We just got a brochure in the mail a couple weeks ago if you go to www.advance-sign.com you will see shooters chairs on the web site. Lots of things. One of our area shooters just built four chairs for us, because we lost ours in a fire. He did an wonderful job on them. He just made the chairs like the ones they have at there club. A school built the ones they use at the Ohio State shoot. Just some info. Mary Jane
Put a piece of acyrillic on the scorer's desk area. Wood gets lumpy, hard to write on, etc. It also absorbs water, so even if it stopped raining an hour ago, the paper soaks through without a clip board.
One swipe of a rag and the acryllic is dry.
Have always wondered why no one does this, the material is cheap enough.
I have to go up and clean out the p-trap on the men's urinal today, and I will take some pics of the chairs we have. They are metal and hence need a good welder but are lightweight and serve the purpose well.
Dave, I have a drawing for a scorekeepers chair however it is in a Autocad format and you will need someone with Autocad on their computer in order to download the drawing. This is the same chair that is used at Nashville for the Tenn state shoot. Bill Hardison Memphis Sport Shooting
Just an Idea contact the Clark County sportsman's club. in Springfield,Ohio.
We have probably 15 steel scorer chairs just going to waste. We only have four trap houses now and they may get rid of the extras cheap. Just taking up room in storage and we will never use them again, sorry to say.
A letter would be the best. Hard to tell who will be there during club hours.
Clark County Sportsman's Club
3450 Ballentine Pk.
Springfield, OH 45502
Or email me a letter to take to the club as to your inquiry about the chair(s). I will see it gets to the proper people. Never hurts to ask. Getting it to where it goes is another story.