FREE CHILI 3D SHOOT MARCH 18

Discussion in 'Archery Equipment' started by MoBowman, Mar 16, 2006.

  1. MoBowman

    MoBowman New Member

    Dec 16, 2002
    Lee's Summit
    March 18th Free Chili shoot in Sibley, MO. Includes buffalo, wild boar and deer chili. It costs to shoot, but the chili is all free - All you can eat (until we run out)! Come on out for some fun shots and free camo/green door prizes in the spirit of the Green for St. Patrick's Day!

    8-11 a.m. trickle start / cards in by 3p.m.

    Bring some people who haven't shot before too. We have quite a bit of equipment from 2 years on up. See you all there!!

    Directions: For anyone coming from south of I-70 or East of Blue Springs, the fastest way is to exit at 7 Hwy N in Blue Springs and follow it for 8.8 miles. (There is a roundabout in front of Lake City Ammunition Plant, but keep on 7 Hwy North. 7 hwy will become Twyman Rd. Keep following Twyman until you come to stop sign at Blue Mills Rd.) Turn Right on Blue Mills and go 1.8 miles. Turn Left on Koger (across from Six Mile Baptist Church) and go 1.2 miles (or second left), which is Hostetter. Turn left, follow to dead end and take a right at the dead end. Follow signs from there.





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  2. MoBowman

    MoBowman New Member

    Dec 16, 2002
    Lee's Summit
    Here's a note from the folks that run this shoot, on what is to be expected. This range is set up by a non profit organization that promotes youth archery.



    We have 24 targets, but we hope to have another 6 soon. We have the course set up with 20 targets, shooting from two different locations at each one. We have Rinehart targets. You won't shoot the same style of animal twice. We have two turkeys, but each are in different motions (one strutting one walking). We have two boars (one rising and one standing). We have several different animals that you don't always see on a 3D course as well. We have a stegosaurus and a velociraptor. We have a baboon and a raccoon. We have a leopard, a bobcat and a cougar, antelope, dall sheep, stone sheep, catalina goat, skunk, coyote, black bear, javelina, rubbing buck, feeding doe, fallow deer, a second antelope that is used for the long shoot and a small cinnamon bear used for a 3day/2night vacation giveaway at each shoot. The velociraptor will be running on a cable toward you, the baboon will be riding a sled contraption left and right of you and the racoon will be digging through trash on a trashcan, otherwise, all targets are on the ground like what is typical.

    Come on out and try the course (and the chili)... and bring some friends too... We would love to have your opinions



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  3. gmbellew

    gmbellew Member

    517
    Jan 10, 2005
    KCMO
    i think i may be attending this shoot. i went to one there last year, and it was a good one. i am slightly concerned about the weather, though...:wink4:
     
  4. MoBowman

    MoBowman New Member

    Dec 16, 2002
    Lee's Summit
    Awww, don't let the chance of a little rain bother ya, but keep a look out for the bald guy with the blazing arrows:cool:, Hope to see ya there.



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  5. gmbellew

    gmbellew Member

    517
    Jan 10, 2005
    KCMO
    the plan as of now is to attend. we plan on arriving right about 8am, if the weather is holding out. i will be the one searching for arrows behind the target using my safari protec to beat on trees in frustration. :wink4:
     
  6. thh058

    thh058 Active Member

    May 12, 2005
    Jefferson County
    i went to one there last year. it was a great shoot. won't be able to attend this one...probably won't be able to attend one until the semester is out when i have time to practice more...:whinging:
     
  7. MoBowman

    MoBowman New Member

    Dec 16, 2002
    Lee's Summit
    Keep in mind that in May they hold the 2nd Leg of the Deermans Triple Classic. Gives ya plenty of time to practice, and if ya miss a target it's better than getting wound. :wave:



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  8. gmbellew

    gmbellew Member

    517
    Jan 10, 2005
    KCMO
    it was nice to meet you mobowman. sorry we didn't get to chat more, but i had a sick little lady at home i had to get back to. how did you shoot? i will try and make some more of their shoots, so i am sure i will see you around.

    what about these "deerman" shoots they have. there is one next weekend. any details?

    glen.
     
  9. To answer your question about the deermans next weekend, it is in Carrollton, range is easy enough to find. People in the town don't seem to like outsiders, and the shoot they had earlier this year was pretty good. To get to the range you take the second Carrollton exit off of 65, turn left at the top of the ramp, go through the town square, shoot is on the left side of the road about 1/4 mile past the square.

    They have thirty targets, a few bears, turkeys, two hunting blind shots, wolves, a big armadillo that looks more like a giant rat. It was a good shoot. Lots of up and down on the hills, good work out.

    They scoring system for deermans is a bit different. You get 15 for the center ring, 12 for the one outside of it, and 10 for the rest. Minus 5 if you hit anywhere outside of the vitals. So it's better if you just miss.

    They have three divisions and several classes in each division. Most people shoot the hunter division.

    You can check their website for more details. www.deermanstheworld.homestead.com


    Hope to see you there.

    BTH
     
  10. MoBowman

    MoBowman New Member

    Dec 16, 2002
    Lee's Summit
    GmBellew, Good to meet you also, sorry to here about the wifey feeling bad. The shoot was pretty good, started out abit slow but they finally got a pretty decent group of floks there to shoot. Pretty good outing myself, finished 2nd in the Bowhunter class and Bodoodle took 4th.

    The Deermans always put on a good shoot, like BTH mentioned the scoring is a little different, and they won't have any of those moving targets:D. It would be well worth the trip.

    One thing though, (BTH has he dates off abit) Saturday and Sunday the 24th and 25th is a Deermans Qualifer at Sibley (Independence) and on April 1st and 2nd is the 1St Leg of the Deermans Triple Classic in Carrolton Mo. Were planning on making that shoot but on the 24th we'll be in Osceola for a shoot. Personally I really like the concept of the Deerman Shoots. If ya get a chance get out and shoot one.



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  11. MoBowman you got me on the dates, I was just wishing it was only a week away.

    Two weeks until Deermans in Carrollton. :banghead:

    BTW I see you beat Bodoodle again. I guess it will be on then at Randys.


    BTH:banghead:

    CU There!
     
  12. MoBowman

    MoBowman New Member

    Dec 16, 2002
    Lee's Summit
    It will definatly be on.......actually Bob beat himself, he should have won that shoot..................but don't tell him that:hysterical::hysterical:

    So I take it that you have the day off and will be at In The Sticks this weekend? Now if we can get DSG to show up we'll have a pretty good group of MWT folks there.:dancin:



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  13. bodoodle

    bodoodle New Member

    441
    Mar 25, 2004
    kansas city
    I was just lettin Mike get a head start on the year. Time to get serious now. :eek:See ya this weekend bud.