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Info on a trap shooter

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by welderman, Sep 10, 2009.

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  1. welderman

    welderman TS Member

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    I am looking for any information on a trap shooter from the Lansing, Mi area by the name of Sam McKinley He appears to have been active during the 1930s. Factory letters from the Hunter Arms Company indicate he purchased several L.C.Smith shotguns from them and I am attempting to learn more about him. Any information or leads will be appreciated. Thanks in advance for your help. Tom S. (welderman)
     
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    Check with Kenny Ray Estes via the ATA Hall of Fame.

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    You might also want to contact Trap & Field. I've included Terry Heeg's email address above.
     
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