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Hey there,

You may want to call Art Shepard. He is running the club these days (ph# (808)572-0689). He probably has the most info on Oliver. As far as I know the Baldwins live in Colorado now & none of them shoot anymore. Doc Kahoe passed away about 9 years ago. The Makaha Indians are shooting there this week so your timing might be great.

Mongo~David

P.S. I have numerous trophies from you dads memorial shoot that we have every year on Thanksgiving weekend, always honored to win at this shoot.
 

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I'll see if I can get a couple of the other Maui guys to read this post. May be they will remember your dad. Elton
 

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Is that the facility that's inside an extinct volcano? If so, I shot sporting clays there with my new bride Holga. Nice club. I remember doing particularly well on the overhead shots thrown from the upper lip of the volcano. The fly by shots were tough for me. A helper pulled on my gun once to show me just how far ahead of the target I had to be. Wow.

A funny story: Holga was on the mini straight away range shooting a 28 ga and made her first shot, then opened the gun, looked at the empty and said, 'Didn't I just shoot that thing?' The guy next to us and his son broke out in laughter. Then she opened the gun and the empty hit her in the face. When she screamed they had to walk away because they were laughing so hard.

She's still my bride.

Great club. I remember the huge fenced in square area in front of the club house that was full of empties. The club manager was a shooter from Europe, so I'm sure he wasn't your dad.
 

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Joe:

That was Papaka/Maui Sporting Clays...

Jay
 
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