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Hosted by Remington Gun Club Lonoke, AR

www.ArkansasTrapshooting.org


A.S.T.F. "Platinum" Event Sponsors 2014 Sponsor

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Alliant Powders Shootout

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Remington Handicap

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Cabela’s Challenge

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Bella Vista Sportsmen’s Club Doubles

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Sponsor

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A.S.T.F. "Gold" Trap Field Sponsors 2014 Fort Thompson

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Camden Trap Club

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Graco Corporation

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Holtzclaw Excavating

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Sharp Properties & Development

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State Farm Insurance - James Kiddy

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The Rose Antique Mall

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Tucker’s Furniture

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Tune Concrete

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Tune Concrete

A.S.T.F. "Silver" Sponsors 2014

AR Game & Fish Commission Ben & Rose Forte Best Western Plus of Lonoke Bob Shults Target Shotguns, Inc. Bronson & Anita Castleberry, Nitro & Betty Brooks & Mary Lou Jackson Cabot Guns & Ammo Chambless Family Comfort Suites of Hot Springs Dr. Doyne & Nancy Williams Fairfield & Residence Inn First Collection Services Gamaliel Shooting Supplies Gibson Guns Gray's Shotgun Cache Hays Farms

63 20 16 75 65 31 71 86 29 54 28 66 15 72 30 61

Kansas State Shoot KCTA M.E.C Reloaders Pajaro Gun Club Phillip's Gunsmithing

57 38 39 19 59

Rick Evans Grandview Gun Club Robby & Wendy Pennock Smackover Shooting Team South Ark Electric Spring Hill Shooting Team Soft Touch Sunrise Motorsports The Wilson Family The Brunson Family The Grubbs Family The Hill Family

60 68 26 58 72 35 53 23 84 76 62

Henry Carroll Photography

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The Thielemier Family

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Jacksonville Gun Club James & Molly Vandiver Jaqua's Fine Guns

24 56 74

Tilden Trophies Twin Lakes Gun Club

64 37

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A.S.T.F. "Bronze" Sponsors 2014 Sponsor

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5 Rivers Trap Club Americas Best Value Inn Bella Vista Sportsmen’s Club Blue Rock Sportsmans Club Cabot Insurance Group Camden Fairview Shooting Team Corning Trap Team Decot Sport Glasses Diane & Mike Bolling Fayetteville High school shooting team Gibson Guns Gibson-Ricketts Hall's Machine Inc.

Sponsor

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Harrisburg Trap Club Independence County Shooting Sports McDonald’s of Northwest Arkansas Nick's Bar-B-Q & Catfish Ozark Sportsman Oklahoma State Shoot Pat & Donna Turnage Pete Ferron Shamrock Leathers Skeet's Gun Shop Sportsman's Superstore White Flyer Targets Williams & Harper

Shootoff Assignments Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun

Central VP & Director Northern VP & Director Southern VP & Director Northern VP & Director Central VP & Director

Registration & Cashiering Inside the Mobile Trailer West of the Clubhouse

Trophies Trophies will be displayed in the Clubhouse

Computer/Cashier/Scoreboard Mike & Diane Bolling

Trapline Supervisors Kathy Yeager & Scott Harper

ATA Registration Certificate This certifies that the Remington Gun Club has been authorized to hold this registered shoot. ATA rules will govern this shoot, unless otherwise specified, and the scores will be included in the official record.

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Welcome to the 2014 Arkansas State Shoot from your 2014 ASTF Officers and Delegates

Chuck Sharp President

Renae Chambless Secretary

Dennis Tune Treasurer

Benny Holtzclaw North VP

Robert Pennock Jr. Central VP

Chris Townsend South VP

Craig Seckington North Director

Jerry M. Hill Central Director

Ben Forte South Director

Bronson Castleberry Alt. ATA Delegate

James Kiddy ATA Delegate

Woody Barnes ATA At-Large Dir.

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President’s Message On Behalf of the Arkansas State Trapshoo ng Federa on Board of Directors, we would like to invite you to the 2014 Arkansas State Shoot. The Board has been working long and hard to make this one of the best State Shoots in the country. We have been very blessed to have a board of directors that has so much passion and desire to promote our sport. It takes a team effort all pulling together and focused on a common goal. We are also so very fortunate to have Eddy Kinslow. Once again Eddy has spent countless hours working on this beau ful program. Eddy’s contribu ons does not stop there, it goes much deeper. Eddy has volunteered his me in providing, designing, and maintaining the Arkansas State Trapshoo ng Federa on website. One of these, alone, is not an easy task, much less taking on the challenges of two projects of this magnitude. Both are superbly done and are something that we should all be proud of. We are very thankful to our many sponsors for their contribu ons and dona ons (There is a list in the front of the program book). These dona ons along with the Board of Directors decisions have allowed us to grow our balance sheet while at the same me increase the amount that we are able to return back to the shooters in the form of added money, trophies, and prizes. In 2010 the ASTF gave away $2,500 in added money in our three championship events. This year the added money for those same three championship events has increased to $10,000. I don’t think there is a State Shoot our size in the country that returns as much added money back to the shooters as we do. We are now giving away more trophies than ever before. This year we will be awarding our shooters with over $26,500 in trophies, added money, and prizes. I would like to, also, thank Remington Arms for partnering with us in the use of their facili es. Remington has been very suppor ve of our State Shoot by dona ng and sponsoring Friday’s Remington Handicap. This year’s other event sponsors Alliant Powder, Cabela’s, and the Bella Vista Sportsman Club have supported us with some very handsome dona ons and for that we are very thankful. The con nuing success of the Arkansas Youth Sports Shoo ng Program gives us great support and promise for the future as every year new gun clubs are coming on line. Every year more targets are being thrown which helps increase our shooter base. Arkansas’ AIM Program is thriving as well as each year we have more of our youth shooters shoo ng ATA targets. Our youth shooters are the future of trapshoo ng and we have the best in the na on. Trapshoo ng is alive and well in the great state of Arkansas and it is a great me to be part of it. Come join us at this year’s 2014 Arkansas State Shoot. We would love to see you there. Alan (Chuck) Sharp President ASTF

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2014 Arkansas State Team Junior Team:

Men’s First Team: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Captain – Chuck Sharp Woody Barnes Steve Mathis Benny Holtzclaw John Scrogin

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

95.16 93.89 93.19 93.06 92.88

Men’s Second Team: 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Bronson Castleberry Jim Cooper James Kiddy Chris Townsend Richard Thielemier

92.75 92.19 91.81 91.49 91.24

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

90.18 86.21

Vet: Bob Tredway

97.12 95.15 94.52 94.45 94.31 93.97 93.87 93.22 93.03 92.30 91.65

Sub Junior Team:

Lady: 1. Jessica Self 2. Kaylee Corwin

Captain – Tanner Cooper Haden Zirbel Luke Bussell Jordan Harper Noah White Austin Scrogin J.C. Tune Blake Campbell Daniel Griffin Owen Garrison William Brad Hulen

Captain – John Riley Wiens Garrett Scrogin Logan Hurst John Didier Jaden Youngblood

93.26 93.01 91.98 91.68 88.10

86.87

Sr Vet: Dr. Doyne Williams

Southwest Zone

91.04

July 19-21

2014 High Average Leaders Singles Tanner Cooper Handicap Tanner Cooper Doubles Tanner Cooper

Hosted by

99.13 94.35 97.88

Arkansas Game & Fish Foundation Shooting Sports Complex Jacksonville, AR

2014 Most Targets shot Austin Scrogin

20,500

State Team Requirements Singles Men Lady, Jr., Vet Sr Vet Sub Jr.

1,500 1,500 1,000 1,000

Handicap 1,500 1,000 500 500

Doubles 1,000 500 500 500

2014 ATA State Refunds (from monies received by the ATA during the 2013 target year)

Dues $846

Fees $1,712 Life $613

Fines $60

ATA Rulebook, Sec on X, Paragraph C, details the basis from which these amounts are derived.

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Notices REGISTRATION & PRE-SQUADDING Registration will begin Tuesday June 10, 2014 at 3:30 pm in the Mobile Trailer West of the Clubhouse. For AIM registration, see page 41. Those wishing to pre-squad for any or all events may do so through PRESQUAD.COM. Pre-squadding will be available for Flight, Field and Post from 5/2/14 through 5/30/14.

RE-SQUADDING Any shooter that wants to re-squad will be charged a $20 re-squadding fee, per occurrence.

PRACTICE TRAPS Fields 5 through 9 will be available for practice at approximately 8:00 am each morning. Field 9 will be available for Handicapped shooters, make up and serve as the practice field.

WEDNESDAY’S TARGETS Wednesday’s State Shoot targets are registered targets and ASTF trophies will be given. Preliminary Class champions on Wednesday, however will not be advanced. Class advances, the HOA and all of the ATA All American Team points will not start until Thursday (Event 5).

100 PER FIELD 100 targets per field. Fields will be rotated after each 100 targets of Event 10, Arkansas Singles Championship, on Saturday. Fields Fields Fields Fields

1& 2& 3& 4&

5 - Field 1 rotates to Field 5 & Field 5 rotates 6 - Field 2 rotates to Field 6 & Field 6 rotates 7 - Field 3 rotates to Field 7 & Field 7 rotates 8 - Field 4 rotates to Field 8 & Field 8 rotates

to Field 1 to Field 2 to Field 3 to Field 4

STARTING TIMES & FIELDS Singles & Handicap (Start time 9:00 am) Field Squad #

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LUNCH & SNACKS Lunch and snacks can be purchased on the grounds during the shoot at Bubba’s Southern Barbeque.

TARGET SETTING All target setting each day and for changeover events will be completed by Bronson Castleberry and Remington Gun Club staff using radar guns. Flight, angles, and height will be in strict compliance with the ATA rule book. Illegal targets or targets that vary appreciably from trap to trap may be reset, but only by Bronson Castleberry or Remington Gun Club staff.

100 & 200 STRAIGHT PINS Shooters breaking 100 or 200 straight targets, without carryover, will be awarded a 100 or 200 straight pin.

ASTF ANNUAL MEETING The ASTF annual meeting will be held at the pavilion west of the Remington clubhouse on Sunday June 15, 2014 at 8:00 a.m. All current members (paid ATA & ASTF dues for 2014), residing in the State of Arkansas, who are present in person and have been active members (e.g., having registered targets) in any two (2) target years, shall be eligible to vote at this business meeting. ATA All American Rings will be presented during the annual meeting. The State Team photo will be taken immediately following the annual meeting.

ZONE MEETINGS Zone Meetings will be held on Saturday June 14, 2014 between the 100’s. All current members (paid ATA & ASTF dues for 2014) , residing in the State of Arkansas, who are present in person and have been active members (e.g., having registered targets) in any two (2) target years, shall be eligible to vote. South Zone will meet under the East pavilion North Zone will meet under the West pavilion (Trap 1) Central Zone will meet under the Main pavilion.

PROBLEMS OR GRIEVANCES Should any problems occur, please contact Shoot Management or any ASTF Official and we will do our best to resolve all problems as quickly as possible.

MOTORIZED VEHICLES The use of motorized transportation vehicles by non-shooters will not be permitted on or near the shooting fields during State Shoot competition and shoot-offs. Bonafide shooters, shoot management, and shoot personnel will be permitted to use motorized transportation vehicles, provided they possess a valid driver’s license and make every effort to minimize the use of these vehicles when possible during any actual shooting competition. The policy does not apply to wheelchairs. Wheelchairs (motorized or not) will always be permitted at all times on the grounds during the state shoot.

SUNDAY MORNING CHURCH SERVICE A non-denominational church service will be offered from 7:00 to 7:45 am Sunday morning June 15 at the permanent pavilion just West of the clubhouse.

ARKANSAS SUB-JUNIORS All Arkansas Sub-Juniors shooters may shoot their state shoot targets for $24 per 100 targets in all events. If they do so, they will be shooting targets only (no options). They will be eligible for event trophies but no added money or purses. AR Sub-Juniors wishing to play options must do so at the full rate of $30 per 100 targets.

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TIES - SHOOT OFFS - CARRYOVERS Event 2 Event 3 Event 4 Event 5 Event 6 Event 7 Event 8 Event 9 Event 10 Event 11 Event 12 Event 13

Wed Wed Wed Thu Thu Thu Fri Fri Sat Sun Sun Sun

Singles Handicap Doubles Singles Handicap Doubles Doubles Handicap Singles Handicap HAA HOA

ties carry over to Event 5 ties shoot off after Event 4 ties carry over to Event 7 ties carry over to Event 10 ties shoot off after Event 7 ties carry over to Event 8 ties shoot off after Event 9 ties shoot off after Event 9 ties shoot off after Event 10 ties shoot off after Event 11 ties shoot off after Event 12 ties shoot off after Event 13

Note: Shooters tied in Handicap events may elect to carry their ties but only if shoot management and all shooters involved agree to carry over.

CLASSIFICATION Shooters are required to have both their 16-yard and Doubles averages for the current year. The Handicap Committee will classify shooters based on known ability and the following: Shooters with the following registered target totals during the current and previous 2 years will be classified by the Handicap Committee as below: Less than 1,000 16 yard targets - Class B or higher Less that 500 Double targets - Class B or higher Assigned yardage applies during this shoot. Shooters with less than 1,000 Handicap targets registered in the current and previous 2 years will be assigned penalty yardage as indicated below: Penalty yardage for adult males is 23 yards. Penalty yardage for Ladies, and Juniors is 21 yards Penalty yardage for Sub-Juniors is 20 yards Senior Veterans will not be required to shoot penalty yardage or class.

The Handicap Committee reserves the right to change the shooter’s classification at any time.

SINGLES

DOUBLES

Class AA

97% and over

Class AA

93% and over

Class A

94% and under 97%

Class A

89% and under 93%

Class B

91% and under 94%

Class B

85% and under 89%

Class C

88% and under 91%

Class C

78% and under 85%

Class D

Under 88%

Class D

Under 78%

Added Sub Jr and Jr Trophies 3rd and 4th place Sub Jr and Jr trophies in Events 5,6,7,8,10,11,12 &13 are Donated Trophies. A Printable version of the 2014 Arkansas State Trapshoot Events only can be found at

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RULES 1. ATA rules will govern this shoot. It is the shooter’s responsibility to know the ATA rules. Double check your Entry Sheet. Be sure your Category, Class, Yardage and all other information is correct and legible 2. Trophies will be awarded beginning at 1:00 pm each day and all day Sunday. Henry Carroll will be available for photos. 3. All options will be OPEN. Options will close when the first squads for the event are called to the line. 4.

Special Categories Lady I ………. A Female shooter, who has not reached her 55th Birthday Lady II ……… A Female shooter, who has reached her 55th Birthday Sub-Junior ... A shooter who has not reached his/her 15th Birthday Junior ……... A shooter who is 15 but has not reached his/her 18th birthday Junior Gold . A shooter who is 18 but has not reached his/her 23rd birthday Sub Veteran . A shooter who is 55 but not reached his/her 65th birthday Veteran ……. A shooter who is 65 but not reached his/her 70th birthday Sr. Veteran .. A shooter who is 70 years of age and older

Age based categories are established by the age of the shooter on the first day of the target Year (Sept 1st)

5. All Lady I, Lady II, Sub-Junior, Junior, Junior Gold, Sub Vet, Veteran or Senior Vet shooters must declare their special category at the time of classification in this shoot if they wish to compete as a category shooter. No contestant will be allowed to declare or change a special category declaration after firing their first shot. 6. Shooters may declare only one (1) special category (i.e., Lady I, Lady II, Sub-Junior, Junior, Junior Gold, Sub Vet, Veteran or Senior Vet). Note: Chairshooters are exempt from this rule & will follow ATA trophy rules for chairshooters. 7. A shooter may not win more than one ATA or ASTF trophy in the same event. Exceptions to this rule are the special, donated trophies such as the Hall of Fame Award. Shoot Management will follow ATA rules & guidelines in determining trophy winners. 8. Any shooter who is tied for event Champion may shoot-off/carry-over for the Championship trophy. If a shooter fails in the championship shoot off/carry-over, and has declared a special category at the time of classification, the shooter will fall back to the declared special category. 9. Any shooter who has declared a special category at the time of classification, and whose score qualifies for any trophy in his/her declared special category, will compete for the category trophy and not for place, class, or yardage group. 10. Any special category shooter whose score does not qualify for a trophy in his/her category, may compete for place, class, or yardage group trophies. 11. Should you win or tie for high class in any 16-yard or Doubles event, or should you earn yardage in any Handicap event, it shall be your duty to report to the handicap table and have your classification or yardage reviewed. Any shooter whose class or yardage is changed for any reason, shall be considered to have been notified when the new class or yardage is posted on the bulletin board. 12. Any shooter failing to carry out rule 11 above, or who shoots in a class or on a yardage marked higher or lower than that which is marked on their card, will be subject to disqualification and will not be eligible to share in any money division or trophies.

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13. Class winners in the preliminary Singles & Doubles events on Wednesday will not advance a class. Class winners in the Class Singles & Class Doubles events on Thursday will advance a class. 14. The State Handicap Champion automatically will earn at least 1 yard. 15. A squad will not be held more than 3 MINUTES. squadded on a later squad for a $20.00 penalty fee.

Shooters missing their squad will be re-

16. The official score must be kept on a score sheet in plain view of the contestant. Any errors must be corrected before firing the first shot at the succeeding post, or in the case of the last post, before leaving the field. Any scored target marked “0” or any scored target not clearly marked with “/” or “X” or any scored target with both an “X” or “0” shall be scored as “LOST” by shoot management, unless the word “DEAD” is clearly marked beside the questionable score. 17. Shoot-off contestants will be given 3 calls, with 3 minutes of response time after each call. If a shooter does not check in after the three calls & the 9 minutes have elapsed, they will forfeit their shoot-off opportunity. 18. In the event of withdrawal for reasons of convenience or weather, entry fee, purse or option money will not be refunded. 19. No Shooter will be considered entered until entry is paid. 20. Double check your Entry Sheet. Be sure your Category, Class, Yardage and all other information is correct and legible. 21. Each shooter who is entitled to receive money won during any event agrees that if such money is not received by them during the shoot, payment can be mailed to them by the ASTF. 22. All Arkansas residents must have their current ASTF membership card. 23. All shooters must have all scores posted & average calculated on their Average Card before presenting to the classification desk. 24.

The Remington Gun Club is our host club, only Remington shells will be available for sale.

25. Eye and ear protection are mandatory. 26. Shoot Management & ASTF Officials reserve the right at any time to change, alter, or modify this program in any manner deemed necessary. 27. Shoot Management & ASTF Officials reserve the right to refuse any entry & disqualify anyone who interferes with or disturbs the harmony of this shoot in any manner. 28.Trapline supervisors may move squads to alternate fields to insure all events are completed in a timely manner. 29.

All Added Money follows the score regardless of Category (Event 7,8,10,11)

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Added Money from Event 8,10 &11 will be mailed.

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Daily fees are paid once per day.

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HALL OF FAME CONTRIBUTOR AWARD The $20 fee for this award is a 50% tax-deductible donation to the ATA Hall of Fame and helps support our new museum and the many worthy projects undertaken by the Hall of Fame. All donors will qualify for the Hall of Fame Award. Your entry card shows this contribution and is your receipt. The Hall of Fame will retain 50% of the donation, while the remainder will constitute the portion to be awarded (monies to be paid out in 3 Lewis Classes, 60/40 high gun each class in Event 11). The high score in the event will receive a Shamrock Leathers specially crafted oak & leather wall clock suitably engraved. Any ties will be resolved by Shoot Management.

ALLIANT POWDER SHOOTOUT PURSE

Cabela’s CHALLENGE PURSE Alliant Powder has donated $1,000. Shooters choosing to play this $10 purse will be eligible for the lucky number drawing. Two numbers will be drawn, and shooters playing this purse whose score ends in one of these numbers will be eligible for the shootout. Shootout’s will be conducted on 3 separate fields, with Short, Mid and Long yardages shooting separately. Shooter will shoot 2 shots/post: all ties return for 10 more shots until a winner is determined. The Alliant Powder shootout will be divided 3 ways, paying $333.33 each, to the winner of the Short, Mid and Long yardage groups. Cabela’s has donated 12 cases of Remington target

shells.

Shooters choosing to

play this $10 purse will be eligible to win Remington target shells. The Cabela’s Challenge will be divided 3 ways, paying 4 cases of Remington Target Shells, to the winner of the Short, Mid and Long yardage groups.

Bill May Memorial Youth Scholarships When shooters play this Scholarship Purse (Event 9), $5 will go back to the shooter by Lewis Class-2 Classes - 60/40 and $5 will go to fund scholarships. Two scholarships, one male and one female will be awarded to graduating seniors on Sunday June 15th.

RUSSELL MARKS-BO SHAW FOUNDATION Bo Shaw (left), a great shooter from Louisiana, started this foundation in honor of his good friend, Russell Marks (right), one of Arkansas’s finest Southern gentleman shooters. Funds from this Foundation go to new gun clubs in Arkansas in the form of interest-free loans. When shooters play this Foundation Purse (Event 11), $10 will go back to the shooter by Lewis Class-2 Classes - 60/40. Shooters wanting to help new gun clubs in Arkansas are encouraged to play this purse or donate directly to this Foundation - all donations are much appreciated.

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Upcoming Events: May 23-26 June 12-15 July 4-6 July 18-19 July 31 – Aug. 3 Aug. 15-16 Aug. 29 – Sept. 1

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AIM Youth Day Tuesday June 10, 2014 Event 1 Practice opens at 8:00 am / Events starting time 9:00 am

Arkansas AIM State Championship Singles - 100 (16 yard) targets ATA & AIM membership required Pre-Registration required Registration forms available at www.ArkansasTrapshooting.org or by contacting Renae Chambless at 501-676-3255 Submit Registration: 1) Call Renae with all required Information; 2) US Mail: AIM Registration c/o Chambless 61 Vestal Drive Lonoke, AR 72086; or 3) Send an email to rchambless@suddenlink.net Targets, Trophies & Shooter Services …………………………………………………..…….……………….

$30.00

ATA ($3.00) & ASTF ($3.00) Daily Fees ……………………………………………………………...……….

$ 6.00

$1,200 added money – ties divide $50 High Gun ’Individual’ in each of the 4 AIM categories $50 each person - High ’Team’ score in each of the 4 AIM categories

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Additional Trophies by: HOA Belt Buckles Awarded to High Gun in each Category

Eight Box Shell Bag (winner selected in Lucky Number shot off)

Remington Shotgun (winner selected in Lucky Number shot off)

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The Lucky Number Shoot Off will be held a er Event 1. One ATA Life me Membership ($500), one Eight Box Shell Bag (Shamrock) and one Remington Shotgun will be given away in the Lucky Number Shoot Off.


Event Sponsor

R A , s r Roge The Rogers location is Cabela's first retail store in Arkansas. The 100,000 square-foot store is located adjacent to the Pinnacle Hills Promenade mall at the Perry Road interchange with Interstate 540. The store highlights Cabela’s next-generation layout, which includes conservation-themed wildlife displays and trophy animal mounts displayed on a mountain with a built-in aquarium. The store also features a Gun Library, Bargain Cave and Quick Cafe with Fudge Shop.

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Wednesday, June 11, 2014 Practice opens at 8:00 am / Events starting time 9:00 am

Event 2 Preliminary Singles - 100 16 yard targets Targets, Trophies & Shooter Services ……………………………………………………………………...….…...

$30.00

ATA ($3.00) & ASTF ($3.00) daily fees ……………………………………………………………………...………

$ 6.00

$5.00 each 50 (1 - money) …………………………………………………………………………………..……….

$10.00

$10.00 each 100 (60-40) ………………………………………………………………………………….………….

$10.00

Lewis Purse - 2 Classes (60 –40) ……………………………………………………...………………………..…..

$10.00

Trophies-Open Champion

AA

A

B

C

D

Lady Sub-Jr Jr Vet Sr. Vet Sub-Jr Runner-up Jr Runner-up

Cabela’s Challenge Preliminary Handicap - 100 targets Targets, Trophies & Shooter Services ………………………………………………………………………..…….

$30.00

ATA ($3.00) & ASTF ($3.00) daily fees …………………………………………………………………….……….

$ 6.00

$2.50 each 25 (1-money) ………………………………………………………………………………...….………

$10.00

$5.00 each 50 - 1st, middle, last 50 (60-40) .…………………………………………………………………..…..

$15.00

$10.00 each 100 (60-40) ………………………………………………………………………………...…………..

$10.00

Lewis Purse -2 Classes (60 -40) ……………………………………………………………………….……………

$10.00

Yardage Purse (60-40) ………………………………………………………………………………………...……..

$10.00

(4 cases of Remington target shells to each yardage winner)….….

$10.00

Cabela’s Challenge

Trophies-Open Champion

18-21yd

22-24 yd

25-27 yd

Lady Sub-Jr Jr Vet Sr. Vet Sub-Jr Runner-up Jr Runner-up

Event 4 Preliminary Doubles - 100 targets Targets, Trophies & Shooter Services ………………………………………………………..…………………….

$30.00

ATA ($3.00) & ASTF ($3.00) daily fees ……………………………………………………….…………………….

$ 6.00

$5.00 each 25 pair (1 - money) ……………………………………………………………………………………..

$10.00

$10.00 each 100 (60-40) ……………………………………………………………………..……………………..

$10.00

Lewis Purse - 2 Classes (60 –40) ……………………………………………………….....………………………

$10.00

Trophies-Open Champion

AA

A

B

C

D

Lady Sub-Jr Jr Vet Sr. Vet Sub-Jr Runner-up Jr Runner-up

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Thursday, June 12, 2014 Practice opens at 8:00 am / Events starting time 9:00 am

Event 5 Class Singles - 100 16 yard targets Targets, Trophies & Shooter Services ……………………………………………………………….…………...

$30.00

ATA ($3.00) & ASTF ($3.00) daily fees ……………………………………………………………………………

$ 6.00

$5.00 each 50 (1- money) …………………………………………………………………………...…………….

$10.00

$10.00 each 100 (60-40) ………………………………………………………………………….……………….

$10.00

Lewis Purse -2 Classes (60 - 40) …………………………………………………………………….…………..

$10.00

High Over All Lewis - 800 targets, five divisions divided 60/40 each division …………………………...…

$10.00

Trophies-Open Champion

Sub-Jr Runner-up

AA

A

B

C

D

Lady Sub-Jr Jr Vet Sr. Vet Sub-Jr 3rd Sub-Jr 4th Jr Runner-up Jr 3rd

Jr 4th

Event 6 Alliant Powder Shootout Handicap - 100 targets Targets, Trophies & Shooter Services …………………………………………………..…….……………….

$30.00

ATA ($3.00) & ASTF ($3.00) daily fees ……………………………………………………………..………….

$ 6.00

$2.50 each 25 (1-money) …………………………………………………………………………….……….…

$10.00

$5.00 each 50-1st, middle, last 50 (60-40) …………………………………………………………..……...…

$15.00

$10.00 each 100 (60-40) ………………………………………………………………………………………..

$10.00

Lewis Purse-2 Classes (60-40) …………………………………………………………………….………..…

$10.00

Yardage Purse (60-40) …………………………………………………………………………...……………..

$10.00

Alliant Powder Shootout Purse ……………………………………………………………………...…………..

$10.00

Shootout to follow Event 7

Trophies-Open Champion

Sub-Jr Runner-up

18-21 yd

22-24 yd

25-27 yd

Lady Sub-Jr Jr Vet Sr. Vet Sub-Jr 3rd Sub-Jr 4th Jr Runner-up Jr 3rd

Event 7 Bella Vista Sportsmen’s Club Doubles

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e sm ey t r Targets, Trophies & Shooter Services ………………………………………….………………….………….. po Mon pen s S ATA ($3.00) & ASTF ($3.00) daily fees …………………………………………………………….………….. d s sta dde 0 - O h cla $5.00 each 25 pair (1-money) ……………………………………………………………….……………….... i V 0 A c 0 $10.00 each 50 (60-40) ……………………………………………………………………………..………….. ,0 a 2 lla $1 00 e /30/ ide Lewis Purse-2 Classes (60-40) …………………………………………………………………..…………..… Be iv $2 0 Class Doubles - 100 targets

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Trophies-Open

Champion

Sub-Jr Runner-up

AA

A

B

C

D

s Tie

Lady Sub-Jr Jr Vet Sr. Vet Sub-Jr 3rd Sub-Jr 4th Jr Runner-up Jr 3rd

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Jr 4th

$30.00 $ 6.00 $10.00 $10.00 $10.00


Event Sponsor

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Friday, June 13, 2014 Practice opens at 8:00 am / Events starting time 9:00 am

Event 8 Arkansas Doubles Championship - 100 targets $3,000 added money – ties divide

$600 Champ $400 Runner up $400 each to AR Class (50-30-20)

Targets, Trophies & Shooter Services ………………………………………………………………..………...

$30.00

ATA ($3.00) & ASTF ($3.00) daily fees ………………………………………………………….………………

$ 6.00

$5.00 each 25 pair (1- money) ……………………………………………………………….………………....

$10.00

$10.00 each 50 pair (60-40) ………………………………………………………………….………………….

$10.00

Lewis Purse -2 Classes (60-40) ……………………………………………………..………………………….

$10.00

Trophies - Both In-State & Out-of-State Lady I

Champion R/U AA A B C D Lady II Sub-Jr Jr Jr. Gold Sub Vet Vet Sr. Vet Sub-Jr Runner- Jr Runner-up In-State only: Sub-Jr 3rd Sub-Jr 4th Jr 3rd Jr 4th

Open Trophy Chairshooter Champion

Event 9 The Remington Handicap Handicap- 100 targets Sponsored by Remington Arms Co., Inc. Targets, Trophies & Shooter Services …………………………………………………...………………….

$30.00

ATA ($3.00) & ASTF ($3.00) daily fees ……………………………………………………..……………….

$ 6.00

$2.50 each 25 (1-money) …………………………………………………………………….……………….

$10.00

$5.00 each 50 (1-money) 1st, middle, last 50 (60-40) ……………………………………………...…….

$15.00

$10.00 each 100 (60-40) ……………………………………………………………….……………………..

$10.00

Lewis Purse -2 Classes (60-40) …………………………………………………………….………………..

$10.00

Yardage Purse (60-40) …………………………………………………………………………..……………

$10.00

Bill May Memorial Scholarship Lewis - 2 Classes (60-40) ………………………………………………...

$10.00

Trophies Both State & Out-of-State Champs Remington VersaMax Shotgun Both State & Out-of-State Runners-Up Remington VersaMax Shotgun 1 Flat of Remington Shells-Both State & Out-of-State 18-21 yd 22-24 yd 25-27 yd Lady Sub-Jr Jr Vet Sr. Vet Sub-Jr Runner-up Jr Runner-up

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Event Sponsor

Remington Arms Company, Inc. Proudly welcomes shooters to the

2014 Arkansas State Shoot!

For 35 years, we have hosted the Arkansas State Shoot, providing the facilities, clubhouse, traps, personnel, & targets.

This is also our 20th year to sponsor the Remington Handicap.

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Saturday, June 14, 2014 Practice opens at 8:00 am / Events starting time 9:00 am

Event 10 Arkansas Singles Championship Singles - 200 targets $3,500 added money – ties divide $600 Champ $400 Runner up $500 each AR Class (50-30-20) Targets, Trophies & Shooter Services ……………………………………………………….………..….….....

$60.00

ATA ($3.00) & ASTF ($3.00) daily fees ………………………………………………...……………….………

$ 6.00

$5.00 each 50 (1- money) ……………………………………………………………………...………………..

$20.00

$5.00 each 100 (60-40) …………………………………………………………………………..……..……….

$10.00

$10.00 on 200 (60-40) ………………………………………………………………………….………………..

$10.00

Lewis Purse - 2 Classes (60 –40) ……………………………………………………….…………………….

$10.00

Trophies - Both In-State & Out-of-State Lady I

Champion R/U AA A B C D Lady II Sub-Jr Jr Jr Gold Sub Vet Vet Sr. Vet Sub-Jr Runner-up Jr Runner-up In-State only: Sub-Jr 3rd Sub-Jr 4th Jr 3rd Jr 4th

Additional Open Trophy for Event 9 Chairshooter Champion

Additional State Trophies (3 total) for Event 9 AR Novice AR Parent/Child Participants in Novice and Parent/Child, must sign up in the Cashier building before the end of the first 100.

Novice: An Arkansas resident registering their first ATA targets between Sept 1, 2013 and June 15, 2014. AR Parent/Child: Both Parent (including step parent) and child (of any age) must be AR residents.

2014 AIM ANNUAL TEAMS AIM ALL-STATE TEAM (State) Junior Team

AIM ALL-ZONE TEAM (CO, MN, KS, OK, MO, AR, LA)

Junior Team

AIM ALL-STAR TEAM (National) Junior Team

- Derek Brown, Captain

- Chase Watson

- J. C. Tune

- Brent Niedermeier - Brad Hulen

- Alex Chance - Kaylee Corwin

- Daniel Griffin - Phillip Brown

- Christopher Welch

- Glenn Hill

- Ben Whiting

Sub-Junior Team

Sub-Junior Team

Sub-Junior Team

- Clay Hays, Captain - Zach Fredricks

- Ian Debord, Captain - Jesse Williams

- Logan Hurst - Kenzee Matthews

- Ross Townsend - Kyler Fancher - Andrew White

- Austin Dalton - Jacob Price

- Bailey Finley

Pre-Sub Team - Ryan Bowen, Captain - Dylan Woolard

Senior Team

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- Dalton Dilldine


Sunday, June 15, 2014 Practice opens at 8:00 am / Events starting time 9:00 am

Event 11 Arkansas Handicap Championship Handicap - 100 targets $3,500 added money – ties divide $700 2nd

$600 3rd

$1,000 Champ $500 4th

$400 5th

$300 6th

Targets, Trophies & Shooter Services ………………………………………………………………….……...

$30.00

ATA ($3.00) & ASTF ($3.00) daily fees ………………………………………………………………...………

$ 6.00

$2.50 each 25 (1-money) ……………………………………………………………………………...………..

$10.00

$5.00 each 50 - 1st, middle, last 50 (60-40) .…………………………………………………………….…..

$15.00

$10.00 each 100 (60-40) …………………………………………………………………………….………….

$10.00

Lewis Purse -2 Classes (60 –40) ……………………………………………………….……………..……….

$10.00

Yardage Purse (60—40) ……………………………………………………………………………….………..

$10.00

Russell Mark/Bo Shaw Foundation Purse …………………………………………………………….………

$20.00

($10.00 to shooter by Lewis Class-2 classes - 60-40) Hall of Fame Contributor Award ………………………………………………………………………..………

$20.00

($10.00 to shooter by Lewis Class-3 classes - 60-40)

Trophies - Both In-State & Out-of-State Lady I Sub-Jr Runner-up

Champion R/U 3rd 4th 5th 6th Lady II Sub-Jr Jr Jr Gold Sub Vet Vet Jr Runner-up In-State only: Sub-Jr 3rd Sub-Jr 4th

Open Trophy

Sr. Vet Jr 3rd

Jr 4th

Sr. Vet Jr 3rd

Jr 4th

Jr 3rd

Jr 4th

Chairshooter Champion

Event 12 HAA Championship (400 Targets-Events 8, 10, 11)

Trophies - Both In-State & Out-of-State Lady I Sub-Jr Runner-up

Champion R/U AA A B C D Lady II Sub-Jr Jr Jr Gold Sub Vet Vet Jr Runner-up In-State only: Sub-Jr 3rd Sub-Jr 4th

Event 13 HOA Championship (800 Targets-Events 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11)

Trophies - Both State & Open Sub-Jr Runner-up

Champion R/U AA A B C D Lady Sub-Jr Jr Vet Sr. Vet Jr Runner-up In-State only: Sub-Jr 3rd Sub-Jr 4th

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Good Luck and Good Shooting to All participants

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Good Luck & Good Shooting to All of Our Trapshooting Friends!

Pat & Donna Turnage

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Trap Field Sponsor - Field # 9 Trap Field Sponsor - Field # 4

Tune Concrete Proudly supports Arkansas Trapshoo ng and the Fayetteville Bulldog Trapshooters

Good Luck from

Tune Concrete Northwest Arkansas only locally owned concrete company for over 50 years 52


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THANK YOU REMINGTON! AR now has many fine shooting facilities, however, this was not always the case - believe it or not, from 1958 to 1962, we were not able to hold even one State Shoot! In 1979, The Remington Gun Club expanded its original purpose and offered to host our State & SW Zone shoots, giving a real lift to trapshooting in AR. In addition to the workload needed to host major shoots, for the past 35 years, Remington also purchased 51 full-page program book ads, muchneeded funds, especially during a few lean years. Also, starting in 1995, Remington began sponsoring an entire State Shoot event, the Remington Handicap. During the past 19 years, Remington has given away 24 rifles, 38 shotguns, and 317 flats of ammo to winners in the Remington Handicap. Put a price tag on all of that - tremendous benefits to both shooters and the ASTF! Financial reports given to shooters in the past by David Morris & Henry Carroll - detailed accounting spreadsheets - show that from 1980-2011, Remington reimbursed the ASTF a total of $220,075 in State Shoot target fees & $24,649 in other registered shoot fees - very huge financial boosts to trapshooting in Arkansas. Lastly, Remington has expanded & upgraded their facilities several times, for no other reason except to better accommodate our State & Southwest Zone Shoots. Like we started out saying above: THANK YOU REMINGTON!

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Welcome NICK’S BAR-B-Q & CATFISH 870-552-3887 Nick's Bar-B-Q & Catfish, is located on Highway 13 North in Carlisle. Nick’s is one of the most original places in the entire area.

Specializing in authentic barbecued pork, beef, chicken and of course ribs. We also serve the finest American farm-raised and grain-feed catfish. Folks come from all around to www.nicksbq.com enjoy Nick’s.

Sportsman’s Superstore Branden Murrell

Sporting Goods Manager 605 North Illinois Street P.O. Box 447 Harrisburg, AR 72432 870-578-2434 Email: gunman@foodgiant.net

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Best Wishes & Good Shooting to all of our Trapshooting Friends!

James & Molly Vandiver 56


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SOUTH ARK ELECTRIC, INC.

Industrial Electrical Contractor Member of IS Networld Safety Services Thermal Imaging Power Monitoring General Power Systems PLC VFD Fiber

-Welcome ShootersChris Townsend Hope, AR 870-777-4535 office 87-703-9004 Cell Chris.townsend@southarkelectric.com

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Forcing Cones

Adjustable Butt Plates

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Resolder Ribs

Choke Work Mention this ad and you will get a 10% discount. Call for shipping instructions.

Trigger Work

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Rick Evans Grandview Prairie Shotgun Range 1685 Hempstead 35N Columbus, Arkansas 71831 (870) 983-2790 cdkidd@agfc.state.ar.us Office hours: Monday-Friday 8:00a.m. - 4:30p.m. Range hours: Monday – Saturday by appointment

Welcome and good Shooting

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Welcome to the 2014 Arkansas State Shoot!

We Hope Everybody Shoots Their Best!

Compliments of the “Hays Boys” - Hays Farms

Kurt Hays Conrad Hays Clay Hays Hays Martin

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Welcome shooters to the Arkansas State Shoot, and a special welcome to our friends from Mississippi and Alabama. Jerry , Kimberly and Bethany Hill

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On behalf of the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission, the Education and Information Division and the Arkansas Youth Shooting Sports Program, We wish each of you a safe and wonderful tournament! For more information about starting a youth trap team in your area please contact:

Chuck Woodson

Arkansas Youth Shooting Sports Coordinator Arkansas Game and Fish Commission

2 Natural Resource Drive Little Rock, AR 72205 1-800-364-4263

501-230-4738 jdwoodson@agfc.state.ar.us

www.agfc.com

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Proud once again to supply trophies and awards for the 2014 Arkansas State Shoot!

Tilden Trophies

Jim Beasley PO Box 643599 Vero Beach, FL 32964 1-800-350-3315

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Thank you for coming to the 2014 Arkansas State Shoot! We continue to do our best to have great facilities, throw the best legal White Flyer targets possible, and offer you the finest in Southern Hospitality! We encourage all shooters to play the Bo ShawRussell Marks Foundation Purse in the main Handicap Championship on Sunday (or make a direct donation to this Foundation). All funds from this Foundation help new gun clubs in Arkansas to help them get started & keep or great sport alive & well!

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Trap Shooters

FCS CAN BRING THEM TO JUSTICE

SMOKE ’EM ALL

Bill and Gwen Dunkum First Collection Services 10925 Otter Creek East Blvd. Mabelvale, AR 72103

1-800-844-2036 66


HARRISBURG TRAP CLUB From the intersection of Hwy 1 & Hwy 14 in Harrisburg, go East on Hwy 14 for 4.2 miles (toward Marked Tree). Take a right/South (gravel road) and go 600 yards. The shooting range is open Tue - Thu - Sat - Sun afternoons.

Contact:

Pat Turnage 6480 Turnage Lane Harrisburg, AR 72432 Home: (870) 578-5252 Cell: (870) 243-2767 67


Welcome and Great Shooting!

Robby & Wendy Pennock 68


Blue Rock Sportsmans Club located on the Arkansas River in North Little Rock, Arkansas

Number of Fields Trap - 5 Skeet - 7 5-Stand - 1 Sporting Clays - 1

www.bluerocksportsmansclub.com

Paul H “Rocky“ Willmuth Shooting Sports Complex 3600 North Saint Louis Batesville, Arkansas 72501 Phone: 870.698.0361

ATA Shoot Dates 02/22/14 03/08/14 03/21/14 05/02/14 05/23/14 06/21/14

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07/12/14 07/25/14 08/22/14 09/12/14 10/10/14 10/24/14


McDonald’s of Northwest Arkansas

Good shooting from

Bill & Walter Mathews Camden Fairview Trap Team

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Cabot Gun and Ammo 3580 Hwy 367 South, Cabot, AR Owner: JD Belden

(501)941-1099 Concealed Carry Specialist Practical to Tactical

Reloading Supplies can be ordered Family Owned and Operated Need a new gun? Stop in to check out all the latest and greatest additions to our handguns, rifles and shot guns. Looking for a gun safe? From a Micro Safe to a Fireproof Vault, we have whatever you need to properly secure your firearms. CHCL Do you need your Concealed Hand Gun Carry License ? We offer group rates and mobile training Indoor Range Come check out our state of the art indoor shooting range

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Fayetteville High School Shooting Team

Welcome to the Arkansas State Shoot


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provided by Trap & Field

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Good Luck Shooters! Burt, Mindy, Garrett, Daniel, Gavin 76


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PLEASE CALL ME FOR : -Prescription Shooting Glasses Decot Hy-Wyd Glasses -Nasco All American Cases -Lonesome Charlie Leatherworks -Custom Molded Earplugs

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History of Arkansas Trapshooting SINGLES

DOUBLES

1914 1915 1916 1917 1918 1919 1920 1921 1922 1923

J.R. Tansil J.R. Tansil J.R. Tansil J.E. Chatfield J.E. Chatfield J.E. Chatfield Not held Fred Shauver J.E. Chatfield Mark Arie

92 99 97 96 97 188

1924

G.W. Kausler

191

1925-27 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943-45 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958-62 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970

197 197 194

Not held C.M. Farrell J.E. Chatfield Tie-C.E. Adams Tie-C.M. Farrell C.M. Farrell

Not held Not held Fred Shauver 192 Dr. Harry Williams H.T. Shippen 193 W.P. Smead B.E. Cooper 194 Julius Petty B.E. Cooper 196 Julius Petty Not held Not held Julius Petty 194 Julius Petty W.P. Smead 191 Mac Stevenson W.P. Smead 193 Art Brolin Mac Stevenson 194 L.A. Hummer E.M. Stevenson 197 E.M. Stevenson Dr. J.E. Stevenson 194 Dr. J.E. Stevenson E.M. Stevenson 196 Julius Petty Mac Stevenson 196 Mac Stevenson Julius Petty 197 W.P. Smead Julius Petty 197 R.L. Andrews, Sr. No state shoot was held during these WWII years Julius Petty 198 Julius Petty Julius Petty 199 R.L. Andrews, Sr. Bill Smead 197 Joe Faver Doyle Baker 194 Julius Petty R.L. Andrews, Sr. 200 Bob Andrews, Jr. Bob Andrews, Jr. 199 Bob Andrews, Jr. Julius Petty 200 R.L. Andrews, Sr. Julius Petty 199 Julius Petty Charles Hulen 199 Charles Hulen George Lorenz 197 C.W. Hulen Lonnie Reed 199 Hudgens Jeter Lonnie Reed 198 R.L. Andrews, Sr. Not held Not held Charles Hulen 198 Bill Smead Louis Hoyt 199 Louis Hoyt Dr. Doyne Williams 199 C.W. Hulen Bob Horn 198 C.H. Young Joe Oswalt 200 Tom Oldridge Tom Oldridge 196 Tom Oldridge Tom Oldridge 199 Tom Oldridge Carroll Crisler 200 C.H. Young

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HANDICAP

44 47 47 47 43

93 91 86 83 88 86 77 88 81 84 89 88 94 98 93 90 89 95 97 95 89 96 96 95 93 93 95 95 90 98 98 95 96 97

None None None None None None Not held B.G. Wellborn A.G. Holmes Unknown

97 93

Tie - R.D. Williams Tie - W.M. Boyette Tie - Fritz Zuendt Not held Julius Petty W.P. Smead A.F. Williams Julius Petty Not held W.E. Hunt Frank Stevenson W.P. Smead W.P. Smead F.V. Stevenson E.M. Stevenson W.P. Smead Julius Petty Joe Faver Lou Hummer

90 90 90

Julius Petty Julius Petty C.W. Hulen J.C. Murphy Bob Andrews, Jr. C.E. Henderson Warren Carpenter Hudgens Jeter R.E. Hawkins Doyle Baker C.W.Hulen C.W. Hulen Not held Mike Hulen Louis Hoyt John B. Head Joe Oswalt Neil Crow, Jr. Henry Hofner Terrance Spencer Randy Jones

93 95 96 98 97 96 97 97 94 96 93 93

92 94 95 94 92 94 92 89 91 94 91 95 96 96

97 97 98 95 98 96 97 97


Singles—Cont. 1971 Mike Pakis 1972 C.H. Young 1973 C.H. Young 1974 C.H. Young 1975 C.H. Young 1976 Randy Jones 1977 Lonnie Blakemore 1978 Lonnie Blakemore 1979 Doyle Gaskin 1980 Billy Crutchfield 1981 Lonnie Blakemore 1982 Billy Crutchfield 1983 Joe Jakonczuk 1984 Lonnie Blakemore 1985 Lonnie Blakemore 1986 Grady Beaver 1987 Dennis Rasmussen 1988 Benny Holtzclaw 1989 Joe Jakonczuk 1990 Kurt Hays 1991 Al Harraway III 1992 Benny Holtzclaw 1993 Dr. Richard Brantley 1994 Jerrold Davis 1995 Jerrold Davis 1996 Nancy Williams 1997 Jerrold Davis 1998 Jerrold Davis 1999 Howell Schroeder 2000 Wayne Weaver 2001 Dennis Rasmussen 2002 Doyle Gaskin 2003 Doyle Gaskin 2004 Doyle Gaskin 2005 Brandon Garcia 2006 James Vandiver 2007 Joe Stacy 2008 Dr. Doyne Williams 2009 Alan “Chuck” Sharp 2010 Alan “Chuck” Sharp 2011 Noah White 2012 Richard Thielemier 2013 Haden Zirgel

199 200 199 198 197 195 194 197 200 197 197 198 198 199 198 200 197 198 199 198 199 198 199 199 200 199 198 196 199 198 200 199 200 199 198 199 200 200 199 200 199 199

200

LADY 1921 1922 1923-27 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933

Doubles—Cont. C.H. Young Tom Oldridge Richard Watson Benny Holtzclaw J. Bert Curtsinger Randy Jones Billy Crutchfield Lonnie Blakemore J. Bert Curtsinger Michael Carnahan Grady Beaver Andrew Condray Dr. Doyne Williams Robert Hughey Dr. Doyne Williams Grady Beaver Grady Beaver Benny Holtzclaw Dr. Doyne WIlliams Steve Mathis Dr. James Canale Grady Beaver Benny Holtzclaw Dr. Doyne WIlliams James Kiddy Joe Jakonczuk Kurt Hays Bronson Castleberry Henry Carroll Craig Brown Aaron Throckmorton Aaron Throckmorton Benny Holtzclaw Larry Boster Benny Holtzclaw Spencer Morris Aaron Throckmorton Alan “Chuck” Sharp Aaron Throckmorton Alan “Chuck” Sharp Wm. Garrett Grubbs Daniel Grubbs Alan “Chuck” Sharp

93 96 96 97 93 99 92 96 93 89 91 96 94 95 95 95 92 95 95 97 99 98 98 96 98 97 98 96 99 99 98 99 98 97 97 98 98 99 98 98 100 97 99

JUNIOR Mrs. F.J. Hixon Mrs. F.J. Hixon Unknown Mrs. F.J. Hixon Unknown Mrs. C.C. Calvert Unknown Not held Unknown

178 170 156 177

Chas. Shoemaker None Unknown Julius Petty A.F. Williams Julius Petty Unknown Not held Unknown

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Handicap—Cont. Doyle Bailey Gary Corpier Allen Sharp Norris Phelan Jimmy Shaddock James Venus C.H. Amaden Jesse Shaddock Joyce Gaskin Kenny Keeton Kenny Keeton Joe Jakonczuk George Pershey Louis Stewart Kurt Hays John A. Wilson George Aleshire Nancy Williams Benny Holtzclaw Gary Phipps Nelson Adams Keith Criner Keith Criner Tony Passafiume Joe Jakonczuk Fred Guthrie Joe Jakonczuk Bob Keating James Smallwood Roye Albritton Ray Harrison Brian Brunson Kent Schroeder Jerrold Davis Tony Passafiume Eric Wright Joe Stacy Bryce Holwick Eric Wright Stacy Barron Roy Cunningham Clay Hays James Pierce

98 96 97 92 95 95 95 97 97 97 98 97 97 95 96 96 94 96 93 96 96 95 97 96 95 95 99 95 95 94 97 96 99 96 95 99 97 96 95 98 96 98 98

HIGH ALL AROUND 176

95 86 91

C.M. Farrell J.E. Chatfield Unknown Dr. Harry Williams W.P. Smead W.P. Smead C.E. Adams Not held Julius Petty

344 337 370 376 365 365 365


Lady—cont. Junior—cont. 1934 Ms. W.M. Sanderfer 154 Tommy Omohundro 1935 Unknown Unknown 1936 Mrs. C.C. Calvert 150 None 1937 Mrs. C.C. Calvert 87 None 1938 Claudia Sanderfer 84 None 1939 Mrs. J.D. Reaves 74 None 1940 Claudia Reaves 78 None 1941 Mrs. F.M. Schull 78 None 1942 Rosanna Schull 81 None 1943-45 No state shoot was held during these WWII years 1946 Mrs. R.L. Andrews 53 Bob Andrews, Jr. 1947 Mrs. R.L. Andrews 55 Bob Andrews, Jr. 1948 Oma Moss 79 Tommy Dupre 1949 Oma Moss 95 Warren Carpenter 1950 Ms. J.S. Henderson 91 Johnny Petty 1951 Not decided Richard Harris 1952 Stella Petty 96 Dick Sturgis 1953 Stella Petty 96 Charles Petty 1954 Stella Petty 95 Charles Petty 1955 Goldia Campbell ?? Charles Petty 1956 Mrs. R.L. Andrews 86 Charles Petty 1957 Mrs. R.L. Andrews 74 C.W. Hulen IV 1958-62 Not held Not held 1963 Joan Devens 78 Marty Brown 1964 Wanda Young 89 Marty Brown 1965 Wanda Young 94 Marty Brown 1966 Wanda Young 92 C.H. Young, Jr. 1967 Mary Jane Webster 94 C.H. Young, Jr. 1968 Faye Purtell 77 C.H. Young, Jr. 1969 Eugenia Berry 54 Unknown 1970 Marina Pakis 83 Benny Holtzclaw 1971 Faye Purtell 174 Mike Pakis 1972 Mae English 185 Jimmy Shaddock 1973 Mae English 194 Randy Hollowell 1974 Mae English 172 Sambo Oswalt 1975 Mae English 166 Sambo Oswalt 1976 Carol Taylor 174 Sambo Oswalt 1977 Mae English 171 Sambo Oswalt 1978 Mae English 168 Bill Doshier 1979 Joyce Gaskin 196 Guy Petty 1980 Joyce Gaskin 191 Andy Waldo IV 1981 Joyce Gaskin 182 David Merwald 1982 Scotty Keller 184 Pat Merwald 1983 Nancy Turner 184 Cody Coberly 1984 Nancy Turner 183 Scott Walker 1985 Nancy Turner Williams 193 John D. WIlson 1986 Nancy Williams 188 John D. WIlson 1987 Nancy Williams 191 John D. WIlson 1988 Nancy Williams 198 Robert Pennock, Jr. 1989 Nancy Williams 193 Craig Carroll 1990 Nancy Williams 192 Wes Mabry 1991 Nancy Williams 194 None 1992 Nancy Williams 195 Keith Criner 1993 Nancy Williams 197 Keith Criner 1994 Nancy Williams 199 Keith Criner

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46 98 89 91 81 91 89 91 89 88 84 68 94 88 95 100 98 93 90 199 186 179 178 190 172 185 168 162 158 184 176 189 178 187 192 186 172 180 166 192 195 195

High All Around—cont. Julius Petty W.P. Smead Mac Stevenson E.M. Stevenson Dr. J.E. Stevenson Julius Petty Mac Stevenson W.P. Smead R.L. Andrews,Sr. Julius Petty None R.L. Andrews, Sr. Julius Petty Bob Andrews, Jr. Bob Andrews, Jr. Hudgens Jeter Julius Petty Charles Hulen None Hudgens Jeter R.L. Andrews, Sr. Not held Bill Smead Louis Hoyt Dr. Doyne Williams C.H. Young Tom Oldridge Tom Oldridge Tom Oldridge Tom Oldridge Jerry Marier C.H. Young Tom Oldridge C.H. Young Gilbert Wilkinson Randy Jones Benny Holtzclaw Lonnie Blakemore Bob Andrews, Jr. Michael Carnahan Joe Jakonczuk Joe Jakonczuk Dr. Doyne Williams Joe Jakonczuk Kurt Hays Dr. Doyne Williams Joe Jakonczuk Nancy Williams Dr. Doyne Williams Steve Mathis Dr. James Canale Benny Holtzclaw Benny Holtzclaw Dr. Doyne Williams

352 361 355 364 365 367 374 378 388 384 372 381 382 384 380 388 385 385 373 381 391 380 381 395 376 388 383 378 386 383 385 374 386 367 381 374 372 380 386 383 382 382 383 373 388 384 386 389 386 385 384


Lady—cont. 1995 Nancy Williams 1996 Thomasa Brunson 1997 Barbara McClelland 1998 Nancy Williams 1999 Nancy Williams 2000 Nancy Williams 2001 Nancy Williams 2002 Nancy Williams 2003 Nancy Williams 2004 Nancy Williams 2005 Nancy Williams 2006 Nancy Williams 2007 Nancy Williams 2008 Nancy Williams 2009 Nancy Williams 2010 Nancy Williams 2011 Nancy Williams 2012 Lady I –Jessica Self 2013 Lady I—Jessica Self

196 198 195 191 193 192 195 188 196 186 188 193 194 187 192 191 187 190 191

LADY II 2012 2013

Nancy Williams Nancy Williams

Lee Biggs John Husbands Lee Biggs Davis Biggs C.H. Amaden C.H. Amaden C.H. Amaden Lee Biggs Carroll Pierce Russell Marks Elmer Wentz James Nolan Dodd Robert Alexander James Nolan Dodd Jack Foster Jack Foster Carroll Crisler Jack Flarida Carroll Crisler Carroll Crisler Dr. Doyne Williams Alvin Webber Dr Richard Brantley W.F. Bill May W.F. Bill May Dr. Doyne Williams Dr. Doyne Williams James Ballard Dr. Doyne Williams Richard Watson

195 192 192 196 195 182 194 193 196 194 192 198 197 197 192 199 196 199 199

JUNIOR GOLD 187 188

VETERAN 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

JUNIOR—cont. Joseph Head Conrad Hays Matt Burns Aaron Throckmorton Aaron Throckmorton Michael East Milton Brunson II Brandon Garcia Brandon Garcia Brian Brunson Spencer Morris Spencer Morris Devon Melbourne Hunter Lepard Wm. Garrett Grubbs Jordan Harper Derek Brown Haden Zirbel Noah White Aaron Nyitrai Derek Brown

Billy Doshier Bob Doshier Bob Doshier Kevin Keeton James Walker Scott Walker Scott Walker Jason WInchester John D. Wilson Robert Pennock Tommy Brown Joe Head Jeremy Markin Joe Head Keith Criner Keith Criner Joe Head Conrad Hays None Chad Poindexter Milton Brunson II Milton Brunson II Milton Brunson II Milton Brunson II Milton Brunson II Brandon Garcia Spencer Morris Spencer Morris Devon Melbourne J.C. Brumett

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388 382 393 380 388 387 390 387 386 388 382 388 392 387 386 390 380 389 390

SUB-VETERAN 195 197

SUB-JUNIOR 186 182 183 176 186 190 186 180 188 189 185 91 191 86 91 98 189 98 195 191 197 191 188 192 187 197 194 196 196 197

High All Around—cont. Joe Jakonczuk Kurt Hays Joe Jakonczuk Joe Jakonczuk Wayne Weaver Wayne Weaver Joe Jakonczuk Doyle Gaskin Doyle Gaskin Jerrold Davis Henry Carroll Spencer Morris Jerrold Davis Joe Stacy Alan “Chuck” Sharp Alan “Chuck” Sharp Wm. Garrett Grubbs Tanner Cooper Tanner Cooper Alan "Chuck" Sharp Alan “Chuck” Sharp

195 197

SENIOR VETERAN 170 148 171 149 160 175 169 183 184 179 88 157 93 86 95 90 92 187 71 88 93 88 94 97 100 90 94 92 185

C.H. Amaden Russell Marks C.H. Amaden Russell Marks Russell Marks Elmer Wentz Elmer Wentz Jack Foster Jack Foster Jack Foster Walter Tobin Carroll Crisler Carroll Crisler Irvin Reis Irvin Reis Carroll Crisler Kenneth Wayne Collins Kenneth Wayne Collins W.F. Bill May W.F. Bill May

174 177 93 185 92 94 85 93 97 98 92 100 93 97 99 98 98 99 94 192


VETERAN-cont. 2006 James Ballard 2007 Richard Watson 2008 Richard Watson 2009 Fred Guthrie 2010 Doyle Gaskin 2011 Doyle Gaskin 2012 Doyle Gaskin 2013 David Lawhon

SUB-JUNIOR-cont. J.C. Brumett David Branscum Wm. Garrett Grubbs Jordan Harper Austin Odom Tanner Cooper Austin Scrogin Logan Lee Hurst

196 199 195 185 197 197 198 196

192 194 194 193 195 197 199 197

SENIOR VETERAN-cont. Dr. Doyne Williams Bill Dunkum Bill Dunkum Bill Dunkum Bill Accord Andy Waldo III William Dunkum Dr. Doyne Williams

194 198 197 199 196 191 199 195

Arkansas Trapshooting Hall of Fame 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1991 1993 1994 1995 1996 1998 1999 2000 2003 2005 2006 2007 2008 2011 2012 2013

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William P. “Bill” Smead Tibby Jenkins Engeler

R.L. “Bob” Andrews, Sr

Stella Petty Nancy Williams Tommy Oldridge

Louis Hoyt

Benny Holtzclaw W.F. Bill May Doyle Gaskin Grady Beaver Gerald Pennock

J.B. Head

Kurt Hays

Richard Watson

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