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    Finally read the FAQs
  • Birthday 03/01/1972

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    Baton Rouge, LA
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    Keith Lemoine

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  1. 2018 Louisiana Gator Classic November 9, 10, 11 At Shootout Range in Princeton, La More info to come
  2. The Glock Shooting Sports Foundation will be holding a match on January 13-14, 2018 at the Ascension Parish Sheriff range in Gonzales, Louisiana. Please visit www.eapsclub.org for range location and visit http://gssfonline.com/registration.cfm to register.
  3. ShootersEast Ascension Practical Shooters and the Ascension Sheriff Office is proud to announce the hosting of the Glock Shooting Sport Foundation match the weekend of January 14-15, 2017. You can register for the match on the GSSF web site at http://gssfonline.com/. More information will follow. If you have any questions, please email us at eapsmail@gmail.com
  4. I was going to say something ugly to a guy who didn't think we should have had a week to register but then I looked at where he was from.
  5. Let me know how that "taking your club independent", goes for you....... I can pretty much tell you now that its not going to fly buddy.
  6. Well Chris, Danny and Steve do wear kilts at the match. After what I told Steve and Danny, I don't think Danny will ever wear a kilt again......
  7. Someone call Mississippi Highway Patrol and tell them there is a bunch of Louisiana boys speeding on Interstate 55
  8. Let me answer your question with a question. I live in Louisiana. I am a paid member of 3 clubs that are a part of the Louisiana section. I volunteer as a member of the Board of Directors on one of those clubs. I pay section dues, I come early to set up and tear down matches held in the section, I RO local matches. I participate in range work days, building walls and general maintenance. How fair is it to me that I get left out of my section match in order for someone from Wheeling, WVA to come down and shoot it just because that person was a little faster with the online registration? To kinda expand a little on what Keith said earlier, registration was opened a week early for Louisiana residents. Louisiana residents are given a week head start or until 100 slots are taken. Then registration opens up for everyone. Take into consideration that many Louisiana shooters will also work the match as ROs and these people will not count towards the 200 plus competitor slots, there are not enough members of the Louisiana section to fill this match up. It's not mathimatically possibly. Non section members will have an opportunity to get in. And before anyone says anything about whether or not I would feel the same way if I wasn't a member of the Louisiana section I found myself on the outside looking in this year for the Mississippi Classic. I mailed my entry Monday morning from Baton Rouge and did not get in. I was disappointed I missed a great match but understood that locals should come first. You didn't get in to the Mississippi Classic because of the US Postal Service. We mailed ours the same day but our drop off went straight when yours had to go from Springfield to Baton Rouge to Jackson. You got screwed by the government. So you didn't care about stealing a MS shooters spot at MS Classic? Brian The match did not have registration this way. If they would have then we would have waited and only hoped to get in.
  9. Let me answer your question with a question. I live in Louisiana. I am a paid member of 3 clubs that are a part of the Louisiana section. I volunteer as a member of the Board of Directors on one of those clubs. I pay section dues, I come early to set up and tear down matches held in the section, I RO local matches. I participate in range work days, building walls and general maintenance. How fair is it to me that I get left out of my section match in order for someone from Wheeling, WVA to come down and shoot it just because that person was a little faster with the online registration? To kinda expand a little on what Keith said earlier, registration was opened a week early for Louisiana residents. Louisiana residents are given a week head start or until 100 slots are taken. Then registration opens up for everyone. Take into consideration that many Louisiana shooters will also work the match as ROs and these people will not count towards the 200 plus competitor slots, there are not enough members of the Louisiana section to fill this match up. It's not mathimatically possibly. Non section members will have an opportunity to get in. And before anyone says anything about whether or not I would feel the same way if I wasn't a member of the Louisiana section I found myself on the outside looking in this year for the Mississippi Classic. I mailed my entry Monday morning from Baton Rouge and did not get in. I was disappointed I missed a great match but understood that locals should come first. You didn't get in to the Mississippi Classic because of the US Postal Service. We mailed ours the same day but our drop off went straight when yours had to go from Springfield to Baton Rouge to Jackson. You got screwed by the government.
  10. Ok how is it fair for over 100 section members who pays their dues to not be able to shoot in their section because some guy from WV got in who has never shot down here. Its not fair at all. This has been done at several other matches over the country and will most likely start a new trend. Look at it this way, what about the super shooters who put their time in for IPSC matches so they can get qualified to shoot the IPSC Nationals. What if for all the hard work they put in, they could not get in because a random shooter signed up who doesn't now what IPSC even means. All in all it is what it is and that is how it will be. Unless you are planning on shooting the Gator, leave it alone.
  11. I so badly want to chime in on the peeps who have no idea what it takes to put on this match.. I had one guy say we should do it like Florida Open and run 350 to 450 shooters and it would work because of a matrix. I do sit on the BOD and I was the one who proposed the idea for the two sign up periods. So if you want to hate, then hate me. This is the best option for our shooters. I worked out the number several different way and I will not explain it to you. The system will work. There are about 75 hard working people who work the match. Some work all week and most just work the weekend. Every If you don't like it then go find another match RO shoots the match in two day format. So when all of the great shooters show up on Friday afternoon or Saturday we are ready to give you the best match possible. We have great sponsors who come out and shoot with us on the pre match days. This match will fill up whether you sign up or not. Until you take a week off of work, show up the Monday before the match and spend 10 hours a day building stages then sit back, shut up and just say thank you and move on. Thank you and have a great day and I hope to see you on my stage.
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