Laurie Redfern went 22-24-20-22 total 88 to take out the Forbes SSAA sporting clays monthly shoot last weekend in searing 37-degree heat. It was one of the final hit outs before the Cliff Bradley this Sunday.
Shooters from Parkes and Tullibigeal also attended among the 10 shooters taking part. Other results were – Mathew Dent 19-20-10-23 total 72; Anthony Bratton 17-18-16-16 total 67; David Tanks (Parkes) 19-16-16-11 total 62; Ben Smith 16-16-13-13 total 58; Phil Cleal 19-16-14- 8 total 57; Des Shead 12-18-13-12 total 55; Mitchell Clarke (Tullibigeal) 19-16-7-11 total 53; Norm Brook 18-12-11 total 41 and Adrian Hodges 11-13 total 24.
The next shoot for the Forbes SSAA sporting clays will be the Cliff Bradley Memorial Trophy shoot on Sunday 13th March. The Trophy shoot is a 25 target DTL point score followed by a 100-target field shoot starting at 10am at the Bedgerebong Road Range. Wet weather will see a five-stand shoot take place after the Trophy shoot is held.
For all information on clay target shooting contact: Norm Brook 0458 664 541 or Tony Bratton 02 6852 3349.
Any person wishing to obtain a long arm firearm licence can contact Wayne Facey on 0414 524 059 to do a firearm safe shooting assessment course – a requirement for a firearm licence application.
The next SSAA sporting shooters .22 calibre and other rimfire rifles (.22 magnum or.17HMR) will be held this Sunday 20th February starting at 10am. The centre-fire shoot will take place at 2pm on Sunday after the rimfire shoot.
For all information on .22 calibre rimfire shooting contact Wayne Facey.
Members are reminded that Local Range rules apply to all Forbes SSAA ranges and should check the Facebook page for shoot details for dates and times.
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