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PITA fund raiser…

Check out our 2019 Fund Raiser (click HERE for details)…made possible by one of our awesome sponsors:  All American Armory

Winter Multiplex is almost over…

The results of the Winter Multiplex are posted on the  Shoot Results page – check them out.

There is one last thing to complete this season – ties for High Over All.  For the 1st time since it started in 2008 there is a 3-way tie for High Over All and CA HOA.  Jimmie Puckett, Jason Nelson (both of Newman) and Mac Robertson (Del Norte) are tied with 699/750 for these titles.  How will this be settled is a question we all asked and to find the answer we went to the PITA Rulebook TIES section.  Flipping a coin didn’t sound easy and using long run was out of the question as one shooter had 50/50 on the 1st event of the season so….On February 23rd at 10:00 a.m. a shoot off will be conducted at their clubs with ultimately there being a HOA Champion, CA Champion and ….you know the rest.

Congratulations to the other High Over All winners – each receives a custom made Multiplex HOA pin:

  • BC – Tom Ginn 677/750
  • CA – to be determined after shoot off between shooters listed above
  • CO – Paul Dible 688/750
  • HI – Earl Higa 673/750
  • ID – Jerry Hewett 656/750
  • NV – Rich Bullard 695/750
  • OR – Scott Julian 695/750
  • WA – TJ Main (WCT)/Jeff Mitchell 679/750

Random draw winners:  Gordon Kelly, Daryl Kindvall, Tina Sisich, Paul Chau, Kelly Cox, Keith Brown and Daniel Joseph.  You will receive a White Flyer gift certificate for merchandise available at the White Flyer Store.  It will arrive by email so watch for it in your In Box later this month.  Thank you White Flyer for sponsoring the Multiplex.

Payout checks have been mailed- please cash yours when you get it – thanks.


PITA needs your help…

Our recent bank reconciliation shows the PITA has a number checks issued to shooters that were neither cashed or deposited.  If you have such a check please cash or deposit it.   If your name appears on this list (click here) please call Kay at 208-312-0314 today.   Thanks for your help with this matter.

Grand Pacific returns to Spokane Gun Club

PITA is excited to announce the 2019 Grand Pacific tournament will he held July 21-27 at Spokane Gun Club, WA.

UPDATE on RV reservations (2/9/19):  If you had a space last year and want it again this year email Sue immediately.  2018 attendees wishing the same space will be given preference but will need to confirm/pay no later than February 28 so if you attended in 2018 email today and you will receive an email with all the details, including payment instruction, watch your inbox.  If you did not have a space in 2018 or wish to change space email your request (sue@shootpita.com) and it will be confirmed as space allows.  The front row (20 amp) area has opening – reserve now.

OXFORD SUITES offering special room rates.   This newly remodeled hotel is once again offering special rates for shooters attending the Grand Pacific.  There are a limited number of room with the special rates so reserve early.  Mention the code PITA when reserving.  Call 509-847-1000 today to reserve your room.

Watch our website for further details including golf cart rental.

Mac Robertson wins HOA at 2019 Crab Buckle Shoot

Over 80 shooters from BC, WA, CA, OR and NV attended the 3 day shoot at Smith River, CA for the famous Crab Buckle Shoot.  Some of the 1st timers attending were Bruce Mitzel (Tulelake, OR), Karen & Gary Hogue (Orovada, NV), Craig Wentworth (Merced, CA), Greg Deedon (Redding, CA), Chet Norcutt (Winnemucca, NV),  Justin Evans (Elko, NV), Joe Stuart (Medford, OR), Glen Jager (Woodland, CA), Weldon Birch (Oakley, CA) and Tye Winegar (Madras, OR).

Bud Hoffman finally secured a crab buckle after trying for 15 years.  Others winning a buckle for the 1st time were Greg Deedon, Keary Taylor, Cole Costanti, Zeb Kitchen and Brad Eatmon.

Weather was typical – sunny Friday, wind and rain Saturday and back to just pouring rain on Sunday. Hats off to Del Norte for a great job and to the trapshooters that toughed it out.

Read the story published in the local paper and see more photos on our results page.