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Lewistown MT this weekend?

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by NintyT, Jun 29, 2010.

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  1. NintyT

    NintyT Member

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    I'm heading out to Lewistown, MT this week. Is there any shooting going on during the fourth of July weekend, registered or not? thanks in advance. Steve j
     
  2. ric3677

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    I beg to differ gslam. I personally cashier two registered shoots in Lewistown this year and they shoot some during the week. I am not sure about this weekend. Sorry I can't help you more Steve.

    Maybe one of the locals will get the message. Excellant place to shoot.

    Rick in Mt.
     
  3. trapshootinbubba

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    This weekend over the 4th of July you can shoot a 500 target registered shoot in Troy-Deary Idaho its about a 3 hr drive from Missoula and you can get directions from the ATA website Bubba
     
  4. NintyT

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    Thanks for the suggestion Bubba, but I cant get away for that long. I was just hoping to get in some targets while there for a family reunion (wife's kin) Steve
     
  5. trapshootinbubba

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    LOL Steve, Thats a good one, i believe i would be thinking along those same lines ,Besides theres nothing like bustin clays,Bubba
     
  6. omgb

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    Lewistown used to have a great 4th celebration. i lived there from 1981-1984. There were bed races, beer baseball, a rodeo, a circus, all sorts of smal town good times. The New-Argus was the town paper and it covered the entire festival. Those were great times.
     
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