Browning, Briley and Remington have generously donated to this event.  The Champion of the Small Gauge event at the 2014 PITA Grand Pacific will have their choice of prizes with other prizes for 2nd and 3rd place.   On Wed, Thurs & Fri (July 23-25)  mornings enter the 50 target small gauge qualification event (enter as many times as you like to improve your score).  The top shooters will shoot off on Saturday, July 26th at 9:00 a.m. for the following prizes – Browning Citori 725-20 ga donated by Browning,  Briley tube set donated by Briley and Remington 20 ga ammo donated by Remington.  Bring your small gauge gun and join the fun.  View all the details on page 36 of the Grand Pacific program (click HERE to view).

The Vintage Event has been moved to Thursday, July 24th,  but everything else will remain the same as last year.  This was a lot of fun for shooters and spectators alike.  OSTA will again be selling those delicious Oregon chili topped spuds.  To view the program page for the Vintage Shotgun Event click here.  The registered event information is posted on the PROGRAMS page.

I have no excuse – don’t know what I did but page 75 (Doubles High Averages for Alaska) and page 184 (WA Most Targets) are all wrong!!

Page 75 – Congratulations to the correct top 5 Alaskans…(click here to print a corrected page for your book)

  • Don LeClair   2,550 targets   Average .9255
  • Jay Davis  1,600 targets   Average .9094
  • Clint Brooks  1,800 targets   Average .9061
  • Wally Smith  1,200 targets  Average .9000
  • Peter Hudson  1,850 targets   Average .8616

Page 184 – WA Most Targets (click here to print a corrected page for your book)

 Shooter:  City:

Yds:

Avg:

Targets:


RUDY   MARTINAK SUMNER

22

.8850

17,800

DOUGLAS   REIMERS ALLYN

25

.8999

14,500

HERB   LEHFELDT LYNDEN

26

.8331

12,150

CHARLES   STACEY AUBURN

24

.8866

11,750

JON   THOMPSON UNIVERSITY   PL

26

.9126

10,500

LEWIS   GRAVLEY ARLINGTON

25

.8796

10,400

NOEL   (HERK) SORSDAL SEDRO-WOOLLEY

24.5

.8855

9,800

DAVID   MCCALLUM BELLINGHAM

27

.9208

9,700

WILLIAM   BOBLETT SNOHOMISH

26.5

.8475

9,625

R   LEE BAILEY FEDERAL   WAY

23

.9063

9,400

JIM   BRADBURY BUCKLEY

22

.8625

8,850

ARTHUR   FENTON GIG   HARBOR

26

.8980

8,400

JOHN   GUSTAFSON EDGEWOOD

26.5

.8350

8,250

RONALD   HULL CAMANO   ISLAND

25

.6069

8,000

GREGORY   MINER TULALIP

25

.9044

7,850

PATRICIA   CARTER VANCOUVER

21

.8105

7,800

MELINDA   SANTILLIE GRANITE   FALLS

20.5

.7557

7,400

JOSEPH   SCHEEF OAK   HARBOR

27

.9125

7,250

LES   BUTLER MT   VERNON

26

.8663

7,100

Not my first mistakes and probably not the last.

Sorry…Sue

  • Bellingham, WA:  The PITA shoot scheduled for April 19 has been moved to Sunday April 20 – mark you calendar.
  • Bremerton, WA: The PITA shoot scheduled for April 4-5 has been moved to May 31-June 1
  • Vancouver, BC: The PITA shoot scheduled for May 3-4 has been moved to May 31-June 1.
  • Juneau, AK: Add a PITA shoot on May 10th
  • Redmond Rod & Gun Club, OR: The PITA shoot scheduled for June 28-29 has been moved to June 7-8
  • Mason Valley, NV: The PITA shoot scheduled for June 21 has been moved to June 14.
  • Portland Gun Club, OR:  The PITA shoot scheduled for August 16-17 has been moved to August 9-10.
  • NOTSC, BC: The PITA shoot scheduled for August 22-24 has been cancelled.
  • Moses Lake, WA: The PITA shoot scheduled for Sept 6-7 has been cancelled.

Please mark these changes on your calendar.

cover-YB13-webFind this and other interesting trivia in the 2013 Averages & History Book.

Order by January 31 for only $10 – call today.  After that date please include $5 for shipping.

The book is currently being printed and will be mailed directly from the printer for US members by mid-February.  Canada members, your books will be available from Geoff Fern, BCTA Secretary, sometime in February as well.

Please check your scores as recorded by PITA. Report any errors or omissions to the PITA office immediately.  To check your recorded scores click on the SCORES pages and enter your 5 digit PITA number in the MEMBER DETAIL BOX.  The SCORES page can be reached by clicking the word ‘SCORES’ in the black title bar or click the three small bars on the right side of the black bar for a drop down menu, then click SCORES.

PITA congratulations those shooters who attained the distinction of Allstar status.

2013   PITA Allstar Teams
*   denotes 1st time members
MEN’S TEAMS: Total Targets Yrs  on Team Yardage Average
Gary Bonetti 8,500 14 27 .9652
David Kelly 6,400 7 27 .9610
Glen Jager 8,450 4 27 .9501
Richard Bullard Jr 13,050 4 27 .9487
Daro Handy 7,200 42 27 .9447
Fred Coulson 7,000 11 27 .9443
Randy Bratton 9,000 4 27 .9439
Grant Lau 5,850 4 26 .9369
Kent Sakamoto 7,850 3 27 .9335
Robert Alkire * 4,800 1 26 .9321
Tom Gray 6,200 8 27 .9320
Bryan Weeks * 6,600 1 23.5 .9319
Lonny Brown * 5,200 1 27 .9300
Burrell Graham 5,600 10 27 .9291
Rodney Island 8,250 4 27 .9243
LADIES TEAMS: Total Targets Yrs  on Team Yardage Average
Nicole Harris 3,550 2 22.5 .9235
Patricia Sargent * 4,200 1 24 .9222
Lisa Salt 8,050 23 26 .9171
Julie Spindler 3,600 5 23 .9126
Kate Bonn 3,900 3 26.5 .9076
Kerrie Largent 10,200 5 27 .8803
Tawnya Gerold 3,200 4 21 .8790
Rosalie Nicholson 4,800 4 20.5 .8744
Jennifer Anex 4,650 3 25.5 .8742
Lisa Simpson * 4,250 1 21 .8731
VETERAN TEAMS: Total Targets Yrs  on Team Yardage Average
Robert Minetti 5,800 3 27 .9437
Ron Stubbings 6,050 14 27 .9372
Jim Fultz 4,100 4 27 .9325
Leslie Lamerton 8,200 3 26 .9292
Mike Noer * 5,400 1 24 .9209
Dexter Tourville 5,950 7 26.5 .9183
Bernard Reynolds 8,550 3 25.5 .9160
Mike Mann * 9,250 1 22 .9077
Darryl Webber * 5,900 1 27 .9076
Jim Harrison 6,900 3 27 .9070
JUNIOR TEAMS: Total Targets Yrs  on Team Yardage Average
Adam Goleno * 3,800 1 23 .9385
Derek Whitten 9,950 5 27 .9153
Chayton Vega * 7,400 1 27 .9022
Jake Switzer 3,200 5 27 .9000
Colin Wakefield 4,100 4 23.5 .8887
Thomas Miller * 6,000 1 25.5 .8732
Hayden Bollinger * 4,950 1 23 .8661
Olivia Taylor * 6,950 1 19 .8658
Avery Simpson * 4,800 1 19 .8265
Steven Alkire * 4,200 1 20 .8251

RV reservations are now being excepted for the 2014 Grand Pacific.  If you have not reserved your favorite space, remember, they are filled on a first paid basis.  Click here for the Evergreen Sportsmen’s Club RV map and reservation contact information.