Braxton wrote: nimdabew wrote:
omega_man wrote:Although, I think this class is going to be in St. Louis (don't worry, it will still be humid)
Huh? What? I thought this class was going to be near fort lost in the woods or somewhere like that? I read something about middle of no where, forrest, and 800 yards and I started to get giddy. Where/when/how? Details people!
The range that we are going to use is three hours from St. Louis. Where you got SC from I have no fucking clue
Bad nim! No more eating random mushrooms you find in the forest!
OhioMe wrote:So this class might be in one state or another one, or maybe another reality. And it might be a two day re-start, or a building on the previous classes, or a repeat of the last two classes, or counting to potato. It might be in May, or June, but mostly likely in 2012-ish.
Just making sure I got the facts straight.
Oh, and if we're talking a June class remember the frequency of June birthdays, anniversaries, June weddings, school getting out and family vacations. It sucks to try to plan shit in June.
In the beginning of threads like this people spitball all sorts of shit. Some of these ideas are along the lines of "we should make it a bullpup-glock-carbine-conversions only class" are just ridiculous and should (and will) be ignored. Some of these ideas are off-the-wall but potentially awesome, ie "We've got a range five miles from Braxton's family's land that has a shoothouse!". If you don't open up the floor for discussion, you don't get the potential for some awesome class ideas. We're doing some planning behind the scenes to try to make the shoot house range idea turn into a reality
. In the mean time, if you're getting anxious, ignore this thread for roughly the next week or so, I hope to have everything locked in by then. Once it is locked in, I'll edit the original post and we'll go from there...
They do not preach that their God will rouse them a little before the nuts work loose,
They do not teach that His Pity allows them to drop their job when they damn-well choose.
-The Sons of Martha; R. Kipling