Standard Deviation vs Extreme Spread

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Re: Standard Deviation vs Extreme Spread

Post by desert deuce » Tue Dec 31, 2019 11:32 am

Yes Aviator, long sleeves year round. High UV factor you know?
All those years patrolling the border in short sleeves and endless hours in a life guard chair watching the latest styles in women's swim suits parading around my observation post added up. :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: Standard Deviation vs Extreme Spread

Post by desert deuce » Tue Dec 31, 2019 11:34 am

Oh, and the only recollection of the first thong bikini I saw was that it was lime green, I think.
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Re: Standard Deviation vs Extreme Spread

Post by Woody » Tue Dec 31, 2019 12:24 pm

I think the last time I shot at Ben Avery, all of the locals were parading around in bibs and carharts. :shock: I had just flown in from Indiana and thought the long sleeve shirt I had on was a little too much. :shock: I also remember a 30 mph head wind at the start of the match, :shock: that totally died between the first and second bank of animals. :shock: I was on rams and had run the first five in the wind. After the reset, I too :roll: k a swag and lowered my sights five minutes and ran the next five. 8) That was kinda fun. I think I'm still cleaning the sand and grit out of that rifle.

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