- Mark Haas on AIM Grand Championship
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Welcome to the 2013 Grand American. On opening day Dennis Tune of Fayetteville, AR, won the Trap & Field Handicap with the lone 100 from 25.5! Way to go Dennis. Be sure to get your picture taken by the official … Continue reading
It was the gala of all gala Hall of Fame Banquets on Tuesday evening Aug. 14. Congrats to Ron Alcorzia, Harlan Campbell Jr. and Mike Jordan. The table settings were exquisite. The event was sold out. Reno’s Rich Bullard presented … Continue reading
Okay, read ‘em and cheer. There were 30–count them–30 200 straights in the NRA Singles event today. Congratulations to Fred Nagel, Todd Hanson, Leo Harrison III, Terry Palmer, Dean Neumann, Tim Reed, Ethan McCauley, Steve Johnson, Joe Sudbury Sr., … Continue reading
More shooters are making their way to the Grand American. Peggy Powers, Steve Hamilton and Tina Capatch are in from Pennsylvania. Osker Reynolds of Monrovia, Md., won his very first Grand tophy in Friday’s Budweiser Handicap. He took Junior Gold … Continue reading
August 11, 2012 There’s a break in the weather and temps are nice and cool. More and more shooters arrive on the grounds at the World Shooting & Recreational Complex in Sparta, Illinois. The AIM youth shooting carnival closed out on Tuesday … Continue reading
August 5, 2012 There’s a great turn out of young AIM shooters here at the World Shooting & Recreational Complex (Sparta,Ill.) More than 900 showed up and most are shooting games today. The ATA lined up a four-day carnival of … Continue reading
At the Ohio State Shoot in June Don Petroff blasted 200×200 to win the Singles Championship–a repeat performance of 2008. Craig Denlinger carded 98 from 21.5, shot off one perfect round and captured the Handicap Championship.
Trapshooting is one of the best family sports. But it is also a competitive sport for the elite athlete.