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  1. Allen Chubb

    Allen Chubb Active Member

    Jan 29, 1998
    It's not every day that you get to meet an Olympic gold medalist, but Keystone Shooting Park will give you that opportunity during their "Open House" on Thursday, April 25th from 4:00 to 7:00 pm and you're invited. We will host a "Meet & Greet" event with two time Olympic Gold Medalist in Skeet Shooting Vincent Hancock of Team USA. Vincent won the Olympic Gold Medal at both the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, China and at last summer's Olympic games in London. Vincent is ranked #1 in the World by the International Sports Shooting Federation, which is the World governing Body for Olympic style shooting sports. He is also a two time World Champion and most recently won the World Cup Gold Medal in Acapulco, Mexico two weeks ago. Vincent will have his Olympic medals on display and will be signing autographs and will also be available for photos. He will also put on a demonstration of his skills on the Olympic Skeet range at the Keystone Shooting Park facility during the event.

    The Open House and Meet & Greet with Mr. Hancock are being supported by the Beretta USA Corporation, which will have their famed "Demonstration Van" on hand, which will possess 20 shotguns of all models, configurations and gauges for use by the general public. Range safety officers will be on hand and all of these firearms will be available for use on both the Keystone Shooting Park and Martz Game Farm shotgun ranges. In addition, Beretta will also have a few rifles models as well as several of their handguns models available for viewing and handling. All aspects of this event are to encourage family unity and promote safe and responsible gun ownership. Use of the Beretta demonstration guns will be at no charge and Keystone Shooting Park will provide ammunition and targets as well as food and beverages at no cost to all that attend.

    Vincent will be visiting Keystone Shooting Park on both April 25th and 26th, while conducting a clinic with future Olympic hopefuls from around the nation. We’re sure that both young and old kids alike will enjoy the opportunity to meet Vincent and share his company, not to mention the chance to view the beautiful rewards of his hard work for the United States over the last decade. We've scheduled the Meet & Greet event so as to allow both school age children and their parents an opportunity to make time after classes and work to meet an Olympic hero and see the new line of finely crafted firearms that Beretta has to offer. Beretta will have the their new DT-11 shotgun in Trap, Skeet and Sporting Clays configurations as well as the brand new model 692’s that will arrive from Italy in time for the event. Likewise, other sporting models and semi-automatics in several gauges will fill out the line up and be available for use.

    The Beretta Demo Van will be at Keystone on both Saturday and Sunday, April 20 & 21 to support the Beretta USA Cup in Olympic Trap as well as April 25th, 26th, & 27th to support the Hancock Shooting Academy Olympic Skeet Clinic and the Beretta USA Cup in Olympic Skeet. In case of inclement weather we will have tents set up for use by the public. Keystone Shooting Park complex is located at 610 Game Farm Road, Dalmatia, PA. 17017. Please visit our website address listed above for more details of the event as well as view our schedule of events and all that we’re doing at KSP to promote the Olympic shotgun sports in the United States.

    We look forwward to seeing everyone at the range!

    Allen Chubb - President - Chubb International Shooing Sports, Inc.
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