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ASSA Bradley Gun Club. We came in second best, however, for our first time shooting competitively and on a strange field it was a close match. There WILL be a next time! Now that you have a basic understanding of what skeet shooting is all about, the SLV Rod & Gun Club would like to offer anyone interested the opportunity to explore skeet shooting. We would like to offer training consisting of 45-90 minutes of classroom gun safety followed by actual range time. Range time would be approximately 2 hours (your total time invested would be one morning). Should you need the use of a shotgun and hearing protection, the club can provide them for the shoot. The only charge to the “student” would be the Hickory Knob range charge and the charge for the shotgun shells. We would like to encourage anyone interested in trying the sport to participate in this training. You do NOT need


to be a Rod & Gun Club member to take advantage of this opportunity.


Should you like to observe a shoot, you are welcome to join us any Tuesday to see how a skeet shoot is conducted. Don’t forget hearing protection. I would like to mention that we have several ladies that participate in skeet shooting as well as pistol and rifle target shooting (the ladies also have a Friday AM pistol shoot at the SLV pistol range). To learn more about the Rod & Gun Club, the skeet shoot training, or any information about club functions please send your questions along with your name, email address and phone number to: kwiles@wctel.net and a board member will contact you within 2 days. For more information on the R&G club visit the SLV website.•


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