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PITA Question.. .

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by starshot2b, Nov 4, 2007.

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  1. starshot2b

    starshot2b TS Member

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    Yes, no, possibly, can't answer, rather not (we don't have an official home grounds either), no.

    If you'd like to hold PITA shoots, please contact Sue Brewer, she'd be more than happy to assist you in getting PITA shoots setup in Florida!

    ROFL
     
  2. BDodd

    BDodd TS Member

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    Let me try too!

    Seems like fewer but, of course, there are many fewer participants nationwide.

    NO!

    Definitely not but the most common cashier, the PITA Exec. Secy., will bring her own.

    Some have posted some have not.

    The PITA could use a new and improved home grounds; in most years it has rotated from large clubs (Reno, NV to Olympia, WA and several between) able to handle it.

    NO!

    As Sherree suggested, any club can ask to throw PITA targets and they have been thrown predominantly in the western states and provinces but also in Connecticut at one time. The dilemma in spreading out drastically would be convincing shooters to belong to an association that is new to them rather than stick it out with the ATA only. Throwing a surprise PITA shoot where you usually get 50 squads and only attracting 10 would be a serious blow. You would need a lot of shooter support to have a newer association throw birds. Here in the west, we're quite accustomed to having either ATA, PITA, or even both being thrown at popular clubs. The S.F. Bay area, for example, has many clubs and most will throw both at different times. And, believe it or not, the PITA goes way out of their way not to find themselves competing with the ATA or even to give that appearance.

    Enjoyed your humor buddy.....Bob Dodd
     
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