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March 3, 2021
Registered Shoots ● .Just one shoot on the
schedule and it is the
Seminole Cup at Broadfield near Woodbine, GA. The shoot kicks off
today and continues through Sunday, March 7, 2021. This shoot is a
very large shoot with 561 entries in the main event and a total of
642 entrants in the shoot. Registration is still open
There are numerous events and many are full but Broadfield does have
waiting lists. Everything from the main event to sub-gauge FITASC is
available in a beautiful setting at Broadfield. Additional
information can be found
here. Good luck to all the shooters and you are welcome to
use the GSCA
page to keep up with all the results.
Talk around GSCA ● The 2021 Southeast Regional is sure
to be a record setter as there are 634 shooters entered in the main
event and 723 entered in all events. This far surpasses the record of 551 set at the 2014 SE
Regional at the Nashville, TN Gun Club. I'm sure the total was
boosted when the 2021 FITASC Grand Slam was paired with the SE
The SE Regional is scheduled for April 26 through May 2, 2021 and you can
read about it and register
● NSCA has lost another well known and respected member, Hal Dupont. See his obituary
here. May he rest in peace.
● 100 straights in sporting clays is as rare as hen's teeth as
the old saying goes, but 4 shooters, Richard Redmond, David
Beard, Christian Crawford and Gary Pyron managed to do that in the True
Pair event at Cherokee Rose last Saturday. Unbelievable!
Congratulations to these Master class competitors!
● I was moving some files to Google Drive and came across this
May 2012 Newsletter. Shoots were still once a day 100 target events,
the Social Shooting Club was closing down (since resurrected),
Several clubs in the Newsletter have come and gone and the 2012
state shoot was offering a Caesar Guerini shotgun for a drawing of
early bird registrants. GSCA has come a long way since May 2012!
John F. Letsinger