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Delaware County Field & Stream Green Bird Shoot

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by dberman, Sep 27, 2012.

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  1. dberman

    dberman Member

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    Fun Green Bird shoot Saturday October 6th. start time 10am with sign-up at 9am. Practice trap open entire day and all are welcome. Two prizes per full squad, Green Bird & high gun. Club house and kitchen open for shooters convenience.

    Please join us - we are going to have hams!

    Delaware County Field & Stream Association
    (610) 872-9728
    dcfs.org

    713 Chester Creek Rd, Brookhaven, PA 19015
     
  2. Jerry944t

    Jerry944t Well-Known Member

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    Delaware County Field & Steam Trap is a well kept secret in spite of 4000 members.

    Practice rounds of trap are less that $3.50 a round. You buy a book of 11 tickets for $35!
     
  3. zzt

    zzt Well-Known Member

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    I'll say that I wish there were 10 days in a week, because that is what it would take to let me shoot all the disciplines I want and still get some "useful" work done (not to mention, stay married).

    Come out, shoot, see the club, and wonder why you are not a member of this gem.

    BTW, dynamite center fire pistol action match this Sunday. Always a hoot!
     
  4. dberman

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    Thanks guys for all kind words. Actually, a round of trap is $3.00 and a book of 11 tickets is $30.00. What a bargin. There are 4 fields and one is dedicated for doubles.

    We are open for trap 5 days a week; Tues., Thurs, Friday, and the weekend.

    Thanks, David Berman, Range Officer.
     
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