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Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by shaggist, May 19, 2013.

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  1. shaggist

    shaggist Member

    Oct 18, 2011
    I just had one of the best weeks of my life-I attended the SC State Trapshoot at the Spartanburg Gun Club outside of Pacolet, SC.

    From the moment I arrived on Wednesday morning early, everything was perfect. The grounds looked as if they had just beem mowed ten minutes before my arrival. There wasn't one piece of trash or paper anywhere in sight. Parking for cars and campers was plentiful and no one was crowded to find a spot. Classification, squadding, and fee payment went quickly and smoothly, and shooting began on time each and every day. The scorers were superbly trained and attended to their responsibilities with courtesy and manners. I saw no miscalls in any of the events that I shot. Scores were posted quickly on the board and also on their new scrolling TV screen, set up to be able to be viewed from outside under the extensive shed. Everything about this shoot was what you want a good shoot to be. And now I'm going to tell you why it was so great!

    It was due entirely to the well-coordinated efforts of Ron Budick and the Ladies and Gentleman, and the Young Guns, of the Spartanburg Gun Club. They worked themselves to a frazzle to put on a shoot worthy of being named the 2013 SC State Trapshoot, and succeeded beyond their dreams. Each and everyone of them made each and every one of us feel like special, honored guests, and we were just that. If you were unable to attend, you missed one of the great shoots of my life.

    Many thanks to the members and staff of the Spartanburg Gun Club,

    Jack Young
  2. shotgunpeople

    shotgunpeople Active Member

    Jan 29, 1998

    Spartenburg was always a great place to shoot and visit.

    One thing I do know ~~~ New York misses the hard work that Ron Burdick puts in. Ron is a coordinator, and always looks to have things as good as they can get when a club he is involved in hosts a shoot.

    Nice to hear all of the Spartenburg gang carried on with such a great shoot. Hearing compliments such as yours, makes all their efforts worth while. The whole group of Ladies and Gentlemen, along with The Young Guns should feel proud.

    Sorry we couldn't attend this year.

    Dave in SC & NY
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