Checks for the Winter Multiplex have been mailed so watch for yours! HELP US OUT….cash/deposit your winnings and any past checks immediately ~ thank you.

CONGRATULATIONS to the High Over All winners – you will receive a custom HOA Multiplex pin in about 6 weeks (custom production time-pending COVID-19 restrictions).

  • HOA – Jason Nelson (Newman)- 422/450
  • BC – David Leung (Langley) – 390/450
  • CA – Kyle Seever (Lake Co) – 421/450
  • CO – Trevor Vaughn (Pawnee) – 413/450
  • HI – Chris Cacatian (Honolulu) – 394/450
  • ID – Roy Williams (Boise) – 411/450
  • NV – Matt Coffin (Spring Creek) – 416/450
  • OR- Krys Schindler (Roseburg) – 411/450
  • WA – TJ Main – 419/450

The RANDOM DRAW winners for the Winter 2020 season are Billy Myers, Brad Eatmon, Clay Brown, Dave Fruth, Fred Hoven, Dale Lebsock and William Driskell.  Please email info@shootpita.com to let us know your choice of prize – either a $25.00 gift card from our sponsor R&K Shooting Supply or a $25 PITA gift certificate to be used for membership or at the next Multiplex event you attend.  Gift certificates must be claimed by May 31, 2020 but do not expire until Dec 31, 2020.

Dear Shooters,

Due to the COVID-19 situation, the BCTA has decided to postpone the 2020 Provincial Championships to the September Labour Day long weekend. The 2020 BCTA Provincial is now scheduled to be held on September 4th – 7th, 2020 at the North Okanagan Trap & Skeet Club (NOTSC) in Vernon, BC. For more details and updates, please visit the BCTA website at www.shootbcta.com.
We thank you for your understanding and we apologize for any inconvenience caused.
Regards,
Marshall Wirawan, Secretary/Treasurer on behalf of the BCTA Board
Each year, the BCTA awards the BCTA All Star pins to the top 5 BC shooters with the highest average and the top BC shooters in Singles, Handicap and Doubles. To be eligible, shooters must have shot 1000 singles, 1000 handicap and 500 doubles targets.  Click HERE to see more BCTA news.

5 High Average:

  • Brian Hazen (.9210)
  • Ron Stubbings (.9141)
  • Darryl Webber (.9099)
  • Brian Fooks (.9071)
  • Mike Noer (.9070)

Top ​Singles:

  • Brian Hazen (.9805)

Top Handicap:

  • Jason Trefanenko (.8840)

Top Doubles:

  • ​Dave Wade (.9384)

LETTER TO MEMBERSHIP:

The PITA Board of Directors met again this past Wednesday night to discuss the impact of COVID-19 on the 2020 Grand Pacific.  As I stated previously, the health and safety of our membership is our No. 1 priority and with that in mind, we have decided not to hold the 2020 Grand Pacific in July.  Over the coming weeks, we will decide whether to reschedule the Grand, cancel it completely, or to produce an abbreviated version of the event.

 The decision of whether to hold state or provincial championships will be left to state and provincial associations and local club managers.  With changes and new restrictions regarding COVID-19 taking place every day, we are going to have to constantly review and adapt.  Again, I advise that you follow the direction of your state/provincial and local government. We will update you as changes take place.  Please follow the PITA website and our Facebook page for more information regarding shoot cancellations and future PITA updates.

 Please direct any questions or comments directly to me at carter.d.j@hotmail.com or 503-931-4211.

Jennifer Carter, PITA President

The PITA YES program has 4 great items in it’s 2020 fund raiser.  We are putting together 4 fantastic coolers full of things-YETI, PELICAN, ENGLUND MARINE PESCARA, RITC with each cooler being a separate drawing.  The drawings will be held at the Grand Pacific or when enough tickets have been sold to meet our annual scholarship goal.  Over $10,000 is awarded in scholarships each year.  Remember, donations to PITA YES are tax deductible and truly appreciated by our young shooters.  To purchase tickets send your check to PITA-YES, 38753 Collins Lane, Lebanon, OR 97355.  Be sure to state how many of each ticket (CA, OR, WA, GRAND) you want and include your email or text number for a digital copy of your tickets.

Thanks for your continued support of the program.

The PITA YES Committee

Posted March 20:  The PITA Board of Directors met on Wednesday night to discuss the impact of COVID-19 on our shooting season and the Grand Pacific in particular. The health and safety of our membership is our No. 1 priority and with that in mind, we have made the following decisions regarding the 2020 Grand Pacific:
  1. Our program will be published online only.  In the event that the Grand Pacific is canceled, we won’t have spent those funds printing a program that became obsolete.
  2. We have set May 1, 2020, as the “drop-dead” date for deciding whether we will hold the Grand Pacific this year.
The decision of whether to hold state or provincial championships will be left to state and provincial associations and local club managers.  With changes and new restrictions regarding COVID-19 taking place every day, we are going to have to constantly review and adapt.  Again, I advise that you follow the direction of your state/provincial and local government. We will update you as changes take place.  Please follow this website and our Facebook page for more information regarding shoot cancellations.
Please direct any questions or comments directly to me at this email address or 503-931-4211.
Jennifer Carter, P.I.T.A. President

 

Posted March 17:  As information continues to become available regarding the increasing spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), we wanted to provide you with additional guidance on P.I.T.A.-sanctioned events.
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With a number of gun clubs currently closed we are extending the period to host the April Multiplex through Saturday, April 25th.  If you will not be shooting as scheduled be sure to let us know.  If you would like to reschedule send your new date/start time to sue@shootpita.com.  This information must be received 48 hours before you plan to shoot per PITA rules (if possible).  Payout checks for the Winter Season (Jan-April) will be mailed the 1st week of May.  It is also time
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Due to the emergency prohibition on non-essential gatherings put in place by King County in response to the corona virus, Seattle Skeet and Trap Club has canceled the P.I.T.A. registered trap shoot scheduled for March 21 & 22.

We are sorry for the short notice but this prohibition was issued just yesterday and out of an abundance of caution SST will comply with it.

Thank you for your understanding and we look forward to seeing you at our June shoot.