Scores are posted on the results page – please check your scores and let us know any errors prior to Monday, May 17th at 10:00 a.m. PST when results become final.
The Pacific International Trapshooting Association is a 90-year-old association whose purpose is to serve its members and promote the sport of trapshooting. We are looking for an Administrative Assistant, with knowledge of trapshooting, to work with our Executive Secretary. This is a part-time to full-time, work-from-home position performing a variety of tasks.
Please review the attached Job Description, and if you feel this is a position in which you would be interested, complete the application and submit it to:
Posting closes on May 15, 2021.
Application Form – Click Here
Job Description – Click Here
Sue Brewer, PITA Assistant, has decided she will no longer continue as the Multiplex Cashier, effective April 30, 2021.
Beginning with the Summer Multiplex session, Bob McLendon will assume the position of Multiplex Cashier.
Effective May 1, 2021, all Multiplex results and all Multiplex questions must be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org; both Bob and Kay will receive the information sent.
New forms are being developed and will be available for the Summer Multiplex session.
With the upcoming retirement of the PITA’s Assistant Sue Brewer, effective June 1, 2021, all PITA correspondence should be directed to Kay Klundt:
P.O. Box 5276, Twin Falls, ID 83303
The Executive Committee wishes to announce the BRB Voice Release Purchase Program which will provide new BRB Voice Calls to be used at the Grand Pacific. We are offering 24-wired sets and 3-wireless sets. The wired sets will be used on the tournament traps, and the wireless sets will be used only on the practice traps.
Wired-sets are being offered for $990 per set (shipping fee included). Wireless sets are being offered for $1630 (shipping fee included). These prices are based on the manufacturer’s 2020 price per set. If a club were to purchase a set from the manufacturer, based on 2020 manufacturer’s price, a wired-set would be $1175 with shipping, and a wireless-set would be $1875 with shipping.
The BRB Purchase Program offers a great deal with significant savings to clubs purchasing one or more sets.
To place your order or if you have questions, please contact Mike Riggs at email@example.com.
Payment will be required to confirm order.
Multiplex results are posted for April on the RESULTS page and are final. Thank you shooters for your participation – another great turnout by all. This ends the ‘Winter Season’ – Summer Season runs May, June, July & August.
High handicap score for April was 49/50 so if you were one of the 3 shooting a 49 you earned 1/2 yard – congratulations.
Winter Multiplex High Over All winners are:
- HOA – TJ Main: 575/600
- BC – Allan Carlson: 493/600
- CA – Jason Nelson 565/600
- CO – Trevor Vaughn 533/600
- ID – Clay Brown 554/600
- NV – Jason Homer 560/600
- OR – James Adair 518/600
- WA – James Peery 531/600
Multiplex results are posted for March on the RESULTS page and will be final Friday, March 19th at 10:00 PST. Thank you shooters for your participation – another great turnout by all.
High handicap score was 48/50 so if you were one of the 6 shooting a 48 you earned 1/2 yard – congratulations.
Multiplex results are posted for February on the RESULTS page and are final. Thank you shooters for your participation and a huge shout out to all those volunteers running these events – rain, shine and snow!
Newman once again threw the more targets – with 214 entries, followed by Livermore with 105 and Pawnee with 81.
- One lone shooters shot 50/50 in handicap earning 1/2 yard and a nice payday! Congratulations Kyle!!
- 440 shooters participated at 33 clubs.
- 57,100 targets thrown plus 1,650 sub-gauge singles targets.
- Jason Varozza shooting at Lake County was High Over All with 147/150 (S-50, H-47, D-50).
2/5/21: Golf Carts for Washington State Shoot and the Grand Pacific
The option to reserve a golf cart for either or both the Washington State Shoot and the Grand Pacific is available on Campspot (accessible on shootevergreen.com under heading camping reservations). Cart rental is $55.00 per day.
If you have not already made your campsite reservation, you can add the golf cart if you so desire.
If you have made your campsite reservation please call me because I will have to make an administrative adjustment to your reservation. Please contact Joel Ball between the hours of 9am to 7pm at 360-790-0266. Or you can email firstname.lastname@example.org and provide all the details or provide me your contact info and I will contact you.
Thanks, I appreciate your understanding and patience.
Joel Ball, Evergreen Sportsmen’s Association
12/4/20 (updated 12/7/20): The following letter from Evergreen gives details to make your RV reservation.
Camping Reservations at Evergreen Sportsmen’s Club
We heard your frustrations about our “pencil and paper” debacle for managing our camping reservations so we are responding and moving into the 21th century. Evergreen Sportsmen’s Club has engaged with Campspot to develop an online reservation procedure for our camp sites. Continue reading
At the requests from a number of shooters wanting to shoot more doubles, the Executive Committee is happy to announce the PITA Doubles Challenge (PDC) a 500-target doubles marathon; a shooter may shoot up to 500 doubles targets at a club hosting a PDC event. The PDC Finale take place at the Grand Pacific. The kick off date for the PDC is February 1, 2021. Informational material has been sent to all PITA clubs.
The PDC is not mandatory; decision to host a PDC event is a club decision. PDC events may be offered as a stand-alone event or it may be offered in conjunction with a state/province doubles league/marathon. ATA Cross-Registration may be offered as a club option, club and is responsible for submitting forms and payments due. For details on the PDC, click here.
The Executive Committee hopes you will enjoy participating in the PDC events.
The results are posted for January. They are now final. Congratulations to all the winners!
Newman once again set a record in attendance – with 95 shooters participating, followed by Yakima with 23 and Langley with 22.
- Seven shooters shot 49/50 in handicap earning 1/2 yard.
- 429 shooters participated at 31 clubs.
- 57,150 targets thrown plus 2,250 sub-gauge singles targets.
- Jason Nelson & Gerald Matys tied for High Over All with 144/150.