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December 2, 2020
Registered Shoots ● .Two registered shoots on the
schedule for this weekend. The first is the
December Fun Shoot
at the Meadows near Forsyth, GA. The shoot begins on Friday,
December 4, 2020 and continues through Sunday. Friday was just added
to this shoot a few days ago which gives you more time to shoot
during this busy holiday month.
The Meadows is offering 100 targets in the Fun Shoot and 100 targets in
the main event. This shoot also concludes the 2020 Points Race.
● The second shoot this weekend was/is the
Happy Holiday Shoot at Floyd County near Rome, GA. It
was/is on Saturday, December 5, 2020 and consists of 100 targets on the
Blue and Red courses. Unfortunately, there are some last minute
changes that have affected this shoot. I discovered that the shoot
has been canceled on I-Clays but not officially canceled with GSCA
and NSCA. We are trying to contact the club to get a final
answer. In the meantime check on the GSCA web site for the latest
Talk around GSCA
● Big Red Oak had a nice turnout last Saturday with 48
entries on the Quail course and 51 on the Pheasant Course. Gary
Pyron had high score on both courses.
Offering shooters the opportunity to shoot 200 targets in one day has
certainly changed this shooting game. The shooters shoots more
targets and saves on travel expenses, The club makes more money
overall and the state and national organizations see increased
shooter fees. Ammo and gun companies get in on the action, too. I
think more targets offered on a one day shoot benefits everyone!
● Another sad passing,
Greg Ashworth of Advanced Bullets. May he rest in peace.
● The 2020 Southeast Regional will begin next Wednesday, December 9
at the South Florida Shooting Club near Palm City, FL with 71
Georgia entries at this time. There are a total of 540 entries. As
far as I can tell, this is the latest in the year for this event and
we can blame the covid virus for that. It should be an enjoyable
time in south Florida during this time of year..
John F. Letsinger