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Dunford earns high overall honors at gun club

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  1. Joe Potosky

    Joe Potosky Well-Known Member

    Jan 29, 1998
    Dunford earns high overall honors at gun club shoot - PA


    The Bradford Gun Club hosted the annual National City Bank shoot over the weekend.

    A total of 62 shooters braved the cold temperatures to participate in this two-day event.

    Claiming the high overall spot was Jerry Dunford of Oberlin, Ohio. Dunford had a 194 X 200 in the singles event, 86 X 100 in the doubles and 87 x 100 in the handicap event for a grand total of 367 x 400. Tied for second place in HOA with a 364 X 400 were David Reese of Geneva, Ohio, and Adam Berrier of Jefferson, Ohio.

    Gary Ehasalu of Enon Valley led all shooters in the singles event with a 195 X 200. Six shooters were knotted with 194 X 100. These shooters were Jamie Short of Jamestown, N.Y., Dunford, Dan Petrovich of Canton, Ohio, Reese, Bill Conner of Groton, N.Y., and Max Morbeto of Philipsburg.

    In Saturday’s doubles competition Chris Bryson of Canfield, Ohio, led all shooters with a 95 X 100. One target back with a 94 was Randolph Reinhardt of Vermilion, Ohio.

    Tricky winds drastically depressed the handicap scores. Conner managed to hit 95 X 100 to claim top honors. In second place was Barry Turner of West Valley, N.Y., with a 91 X 100.

    The Bradford Gun Club will hold its Seventh Annual Spring Ironman Shoot on April 27. This unique event combines four separate clay target venues. Participants will be required to shoot at 50 sporting clays targets, 25 skeet, 25 trap from the 23-yard line and 25 clay targets from the new 5 Stand course. The registration desk will open at 9 a.m. and all entries will close at 1 p.m. The kitchen will be open for breakfast and lunch.

    The BGC is open Wednesdays from 4 to 8 p.m. and Sundays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. for trap, skeet, sporting clays and 5 Stand practice. The public is welcome.

    For more information on the Ironman Shoot, or other events at BGC contact Mike Schuler at 598-2186 or the clubhouse at 368-6245.
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