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Effective Wingshooting Clinic

Sep 26, 2012

With the upcoming waterfowl season, it is always good to knock the dust off and hone your skills prior to opening day. We will be hosting a free workshop to registered participants that will help migratory and upland bird hunters improve their hunting skills with non-toxic shot.

Topics Include:

  • How to select the best ammunition and choke combination for hunting
  • How to improve your shooting skills
  • Information on the latest non-toxic shotgun ammunition
  • How to improve your range & distance estimation skills
  • How to properly pattern your shotgun.

When:

Saturday, October 6th at Duck Creek Conservation Area from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm.

How to register:

Call 573 – 290-5730 to register for this workshop.

Participation is limited so pre-registration is required!

What to bring:

Participants should bring their hunting shotgun & choke tubes if applicable, non-toxic shotgun ammunition they wish to pattern, eye/ear protection, a stool or chair, a sack lunch and drink.

What is provided:

Clay targets, 12 & 20 gauge non-toxic practice ammunition will be provided.

Get signed up and we look forward to seeing you there!

 

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