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1st Annual NJGF Shoot @ RTSP - October 21st

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I have about 1500 rounds of various calibers loaded up in my bag so I can mooch off all you guys ;)

My buddy is bringing his Model 29 and some old .25 Beretta, maybe his AR. He will be there a little later



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Looks like it'll be myself and my buddy Chaz who's usually at shotgun shootouts. You know, the guy that looks straight out of a Montana fishing guide magazine.

Still unsure of what will be brought between us but I'll add some good variety into the previously posted list. 

This should blind some RO's haha.

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12 minutes ago, RecessedFilter said:

Looks like it'll be myself and my buddy Chaz who's usually at shotgun shootouts. You know, the guy that looks straight out of a Montana fishing guide magazine.

Still unsure of what will be brought between us but I'll add some good variety into the previously posted list. 

This should blind some RO's haha.

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I have the 220 elite now.. oh yeah ..

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21 minutes ago, Zeke said:

@diamondd817 you better show! And you’ll take this cacophony and like it!

I'm in bra. I decided I will be bringing in addition to the 686+, the Glock 34 Gen 4, since I don't see that listed.

What about targets? We bringing are own or buying from RTSP?

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17 minutes ago, diamondd817 said:

I'm in bra. I decided I will be bringing in addition to the 686+, the Glock 34 Gen 4, since I don't see that listed.

What about targets? We bringing are own or buying from RTSP?

I’m bringing some full-size. 

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Assholes are like excuses, everyone has one.......

Wait...  that's not right...

Excuses are like elbows, everyone has them....

Whatever....  I'm not even going to the event, but at least I set the bar low and didn't drop out at the last minute.

 

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4 hours ago, diamondd817 said:

I'm in bra. I decided I will be bringing in addition to the 686+, the Glock 34 Gen 4, since I don't see that listed.

What about targets? We bringing are own or buying from RTSP?

Bro... your bet was in my car

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Wow..... Thank you to everyone who attended....

20 Pre Registered 

13 Walk-In's 

Everyone was great.

Thank you to Rosie and the CNJFO for ALL that food.....

Thank you to the RTSP Staff.....  Dan, Mike, and Marty were awesome.

Thank you to Nick and Ms.Peel for all your help

What a success.....

 

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Learned 10 things tonight. 

1.  I am not the tallest guy around, thanks @GramGun79

2.  @Purple Patrick refuses to put a matching outfit together 

3.  @GRIZis even cooler in person than he is on this forum

4.  @cabalrayz has dope guns.

5.  Nagant revolers suck, but the 41 Magnum is cool.  Thanks Igor

6.  @diamondd817 has probably the dopest name around 

7.  @67gtonut doesn't have a Sig, but wears a Sig hat AND doesn't have a 1967 GTO.

8.  @Mrs.Zeke is cool, her husband?  Not so much 

9.  A 5000 1911 shoots like a 5000 dollar 1911, thanks @AVB-AMG

10.  @Krdshrk has horrible taste in guns and cars, except his M9A3.

11.  RTSP is a great range. 

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4 hours ago, SuRrEaLNJ said:

sorry man, bags packed, guns in the bag, neither me nor the bag are in the car. family decided otherwise

 

4 hours ago, BaconPancakes said:

Baby got sick. Gotta stay home and be SuperDaddy. Sorry guys!!!

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3 hours ago, NJSigfan said:

guys...sorry wife decided to make dinner plans with her parents without checking the calendar.  so i'm now playing the role of mister mom and watching kids.  sorry.  :angry:

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Excellent time!  

Nice meeting everyone, good people, good food, lots of bad ass guns. The “guns to have list just” keeps getting longer :good:

 

Thank you to every one that helped make this event possible. Looking forward to the next one. 

Hey, maybe we could get NJGF T shirts for next time :rofl: 

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Glad everything went smoothly.  Thanks Troy & Nick for doing the heavy lifting.  Proud to support the group.  Hope to shoot with all of you soon.  Take care!

Rosey, VP

CNJFO

http://www.cnjfo.com 

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It was great to see everyone since i ve been out of the forum for a few years as i m now in PA most of the time. Looking forward to the next meetup. Many thanks to RTSP and Troy for putting this together and hosting. 

@Nick....As always you are our Super mod and NJGF Ambassador!!!!

@CNJFO .....Thank you for the food and support. 

@Purple Patrick.....The camo pants were really PURPLE ha ha......Good Luck in your post Henry Rifle life! 

@Ray Ray........See you at Clinton....Yes...Nagant Revolvers are a useless piece of shit as you know first hand now...but the SW 57 41 Mag is cool....Its my favorite gun.

@ABV-AMG.....Sweet Wilson Combat......Shooting it was like listening to the Vienna Philharmonic play on the Blue Danube on New Year`s Eve.

 

To whoever brought the pie...Freehold,NJ shop on the box.......THANK YOU......Pie is a cult food at NJGF since the founding.

 

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