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ITS REDLANDS CA AND TRI COUNTY MARCH 31ST

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  1. E. Beaver

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    Here is the information for out April shoot that will be held on Easter Sunday March 31 at Redlands CA Shooting Park.

    SIGNUPS are between 7:45 and 8:45. We will award prizes for our last months shoot at 9:00 and shooting will start shortly thereafter. All members, new members and guests are welcome. Shoot all or part of 100 singles, 50 Handicap and 50 anytime doubles.

    ENTRY FEES: Singles, 100 targets, 6 classes - $34.00, Jr. $26.00, Guest $30.00
    Handicap, 50 targets, 5 yardage groups, $18.00, Jr. $13.00, Guest $15.00.
    Doubles, 25 pair, 5 classes, $18.00, Jr. $13.00, Guest $15.00. Admin fee $5.00.

    $500.00 HANDICAP CHALLENGE: Club members who are the Handicap Champion of each monthly shoot beginning with our January 6th shoot through our August 4th shoot will qualify for the shoot off. There will be a maximum of 10 competitors. There are no additional fees required to participate and there are no changes to the current handicap jackpots or other awards. The shoot off will be held immediately after the regular shoot on August 26, 2013.

    PRIZES: We have approximately $700.00 worth of prize each month! There are prizes for members for HOA, Singles and Doubles for all classes, AAA, AA, A, B, C, and D. And for Handicap 20, 21-22, 23-24, 25-26 and 27 yards. Also for high Vet, Sr. Vet, Lady, and Junior.

    BILL AND RUTHIE HUNTER AWARDS: there will be a Silver Dollar Money Clip to the high score in AAA Singles and a Silver Dollar Necklace to the lady with the highest score in Singles. Both the money clip and the necklace come with $20.00. Thank you Bill and Ruthie Hunter for your continued support.

    MIKE WIRZ AWARDS: We have Mike Wirz of Wirz Wholesale to thank for a prizes to be announced.

    BUCKLES: there will be a Tri County Trap Club/Redlands Shooting Park Buckle for A Doubles, 22-24 yard HC and the Sr. Vet (70+) class. Your choice, the Buckle or $40.00.

    HANDICAP JACKPOT: Open to members who have completed 6 HC events. Each yardage group has their own jackpot. Two dollars per shoot to enter. A score of 50 gets what is in the pot, 49 gets half. Ties divide. Balances as of March 2013: 27 yards $38.00, 25/26 yards $410.50, 22/24 yards 121.06, 21 yards $63.00 and 20 yards $205.00.

    FIFTY-FIFTY: Tickets are $1.00 each, 6 for $5.00 and 12 for $10.00. Half goes to the winner and half goes to our club.

    LUCKY DOG: All member singles shooters with scores at or above 90 eligible for a drawing worth $50.00.

    LEWIS: Three classes $10.00

    ANNUAL 12-POINT BUCKLE: Earn a point for winning, tying or shooting a score equal to or above the average winning score for last year in all events plus HOA.

    ANNUAL AWARD BUCKLES: There are 30 first place buckles based on the average of your best 9 scores plus a Grand Champion Award.

    MEMBERSHIP: Annual Membership $35.00/Apr-Sep $20.00. Family Membership $50.00/Apr-Sep $25.00. New members will pay a one-time $30.00 initiation fee in addition to the annual membership fee. Guests may shoot 2 times per year without paying the membership fees.

    SHOOT SCHEDULE: Mar 31st, May 5th, Jun 2nd, Aug 4th and Aug 25th.

    Lunch will be available.

    DIRECTIONS: Redlands Shooting Park address is 2125 N. Orange St., Redlands, CA, 92374. (909) 335-8844. As you approach the city of Redlands from either direction on Interstate 10, turn off at the Downtown Redlands off ramp and go straight for one block to Orange St., then head north on Orange for about one mile. The shooting park is on the left.

    To pre-squad or for additional information please go to http://www.tricountyrap.com

    Charlie
     
  2. dave-320c

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    Best Club in the West.

    See you Sunday

    Dave
     
  3. E. Beaver

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    Thanks Dave,

    Charlie
     
  4. skidrowe7

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    Be sure to bring an umbrella. 50% chance of rain.
     
  5. E. Beaver

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    The channel 7 forecast as of Tuesday shows a high of 70 F, clouds and sunshine a shower later in the day. Winds at 9 mph. I'll up date the forecast as we get closer to Sunday as it often changes.

    Charlie
     
  6. Bill Sergent

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    If it rains on Sunday can my friend the chicken stay in the car ?

    Bill Sergent
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  7. E. Beaver

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    Would not want that chicken to be cooped up.

    See you Sunday,

    Charlie
     
  8. E. Beaver

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    Just checked the channel 7 forecasts.

    The showers have moved off to Monday.

    Sunday, sun and clouds, high of 68 F, winds at 9 MPH.

    Charlie
     
  9. dave-320c

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    Bill Sargent

    If it is raining or even cloudy or breezy and/or windy, the new rules are that you must shoot all events with the chicken tied to you barrel(s) with a 1" rope no longer than 5 ". Therefore, it can not stay in your vehicle.

    See you there. :)

    Dave

    PS This rule applies only to 27 yard shooters
     
  10. dave-320c

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    Maybe put the chicken on the rib!

    But for 27 yard shooters younger than 60?

    :)

    dave
     
  11. E. Beaver

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    Up for Tri County Trap Club and Redlands Shooting Park.

    Charlie
     
  12. Bill Sergent

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    Finally .... That nasty cigar smoking chicken gets a new home for a month.
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