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Shoot calender update!

Add this shoot to your schedule: Sumner Sportsman’s Association – April 13, 2019

Wenatchee Gun Club will be hosting a PITA shoot June 14-16, 2019.  Friday the 14th is the Washington Doubles League (500 doubles) with a regular shoot following on the weekend.  Be sure to add this to your calendar as it is not listed in the small yellow 2019 pocket schedule.  For more information look at the CALENDAR page.

The October 12-13 SVIR Fall Open shoot has been rescheduled for October 19-20, 2019.  Please change your calendar.


Congratulations to the 2018 PITA All Stars!

PITA wishes to congratulation the members of the 2018 PITA All Star teams.  Teams include eighteen first time All Stars along with a 47 time member (* denotes 1st time member).  More information and photos can be found in the 2018 PITA Averages & History Book – click here to order.

Order your 2018 Yearbook early and save!

Order your 2018 PITA Yearbook before 12/31/18 and SAVE!  After the book is shipped from the printer the cost of postage goes up so save a few bucks and order now.  This 200+ page book contains results from 2018 along with photos and other fun facts.  Click HERE to order.

Toys for Tots shoots begin October 13 &14 – are you going?


The Toys for Tots shoots in California begin October 13-14.

These benefit shoots started in 2001 and shooters have donated 1000’s of toys and money to the program over the past 17 years.

  • October 13-14 – Ukiah Gun Club
  • October 20-21 – Redding Gun Club
  • November 10-11 – Eel River Trap Club
  • November 24-25 – Coon Creek Trap & Skeet
    • Ukiah collected 79 toys and $690 for their local program.
    • Redding collected 95 toys and $880 for their area.
    • Eel River collected 29 toys and $720 for local families.
    • Coon Creek collected $132 and 140 toys – awesome!


Hall of Fame announces 2019 inductee…

The PITA Hall of Fame president, Robert Kennedy, has announced the 2019 Hall of Fame recipient is Bob Caldwell from North Vancouver BC. Bob has been a PITA shooter since 1960 and has provided targets to clubs in Canada plus the western states, as his father did before him, many times to clubs that may have been in dire financial shape. Caldwell Industries have always been one of the strong supporter of trap and skeet shooting since their inception and continues today with smaller clubs up and down the west coast. As a strong supporter of PITA and advertiser, Bob’s commitment to the sport is well know by his many friends. It is with pleasure we welcome Bob to the Hall as one of our most ardent contributors.