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Porcupine 28-Dec-08 - 08:49 PM ET

Subject: New Years' Day Challenge to all Mass Trap Shooters
From: Porcupine
Date: Sun, Dec 28, 2008 - 08:49 PM ET
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The Holliston Sportsmen's Association (Holliston, Massachusetts) will be holding its annual New Years Day trap shoot at 1:00 PM on January 1st, 2009. What makes this special is that we believe we're the hardest trap range in New England - in fact, NOBODY has shot a 25-straight at the HSA SINCE 1987. No lie. The reasons are many: we're the smallest club you'll probably ever shoot at; we throw 3-hole targets; the trap range faces into the sun into a horrendous background; shooters MUST shoot at ANY non-broken clay that leaves the trap house, ATA-legal or not; if you take too long to shoot, the trees eat a hard left or hard right. Everyone has their favorite excuse for missing our targets! We let other clubs offer the ATA-compliant 'wuss' targets (LOL!). We're tough, we know it, and love it!

Sound easy to you? The challenge here is to be the first shooter since 1987 to shoot a 25-straight at the Holliston Sportsmen's Association! Find the directions to the HSA at the web site above. We will shoot regardless of rain or snow or cold! Trap loads only. Clays are only $4 for non-members. If you have any questions, send me a PM. Thanks and Happy New Year!


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