There is no doubt Steve would be the man to put at the wheel of this gun club ... I hope they give him some freedom to promote the place and do not Micro Manage him ... Biggest problem once Steve takes over is you won't be able to get close to it because of the crowds ... Good Move if its true ... WPT ... (YAC) ...
We were very pleased when we were informed that Steve was being brought on board. His reputation speaks for itself and we look forward to his lending his expertise to our shoot. In fact, we knew our job was going to be much easier.
We not only shot at the old club, we actually bought some Pat Traps and voice calls for our club from Steve when he finally had to close down. Bringing him in is the best move Clark County could make to assure that its beautiful facility will get the use it deserves.
Best news I have heard about TrapShooting in a long time. Knew Steve when he came up and ran the Izack Walton Range at Birchwood, Alaska. Will look forward to coming down and shooting at Steve's again. Dave Thacker
One of the employees I spoke to at the Clark County Gunclub last month spoke of his daughter's having taken lessons from Steve, he knew Steve, didn't think Steve would come back and work for Clark County, etc. etc.
I can project, then, that the new addition of Steve will be met with a very seamless melding of minds at that new club. This sounds great.