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2016

2016 Grand Pacific Championships

July 24th-30th

Dick Siemens Fred Coulson

Ron Scondo

$45,000 In Added Money And Trophies 1881-1907 $10 Gold Piece to Each Championship Event Winner (Singles, Handicap, Doubles, HOA, HAA) 6 Guns 2,000 Pounds of Shot 1500 targets plus 100 Sub Gauge Targets Hosted By: Evergreen Sportsmen’s Club, 27 Traps, 140 RV Hook-Ups, 300 Acres! 12736 Marksman Road SW, Olympia, WA., 98512-9200

www.shootpita.com


Presidents Welcome……………… The PITA Executive Committee would like to welcome you to the 85th Grand Pacific Trapshooting Championships. There have been a few changes made in the program this year so make sure you look at the shoot schedule in the middle of the program, there will be lots going on and many things for you to participate in. I would like to thank all our event sponsors, advertisers and vendors for helping us to make this tournament possible. I would like to ask all the shooters to please support these people and companies with your business as well as your thanks. If you have yet to try your hand at the sub gauge events take advantage of what is being offered this year. Shells will be available prior to the events, tubes will be available and with only having one sub gauge event per day wait times should be minimal. The heart and soul of every good trapshoot is the help that is offered by the volunteers. The Grand Pacific takes a lot of planning, and work. For most trapshooters this is a labor of love. If you have ever had the urge to get involved, then scratch that itch by telling anyone on the Executive Committee and I assure you they will gladly find something for you to help with. If you can’t volunteer at this time, then please take a minute to thank those that are working. Good Luck to all Shooters Jim Rankhorn, PITA President

WIN a BROWNING CITORI 725 (20 ga) PITA introduced registered Sub-Gauge at the 2015 Grand Pacific. This year’s Sub-Gauge Events #10 (singles) and #13 (doubles) will be held on Wednesday and Thursday. Each entry gives you a chance to win the gun. TROPHIES PROVIDED BY BRILEY, WHITE FLYER & SHOOT TO WIN (details pg 54 & 66). ~1~


“GRAND 7” HANDICAP GIVEAWAY Win a Browning BT99, 10 bags of Northwest SHOT or a $100 CONNIE’S Gift Certificate

No extra cost to WIN! SHOOT ALL 7 HANDICAP EVENTS, including preliminary day, to be eligible for these prizes. Shooters qualifying will have their names entered in a drawing for these prizes. The 1st name drawn will have their choice of the three prizes, 2nd name drawn will have their choice of the remaining two prizes and the 3rd name drawn will get the last item. Winners will be drawn Saturday at 10 a.m. and prizes may be claimed when you complete Ev 17.

REMEMBER – YOU MUST SHOOT ALL 7 HANDICAPS TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR THIS SPECIAL DRAWING.

STRIKE OLD GOLD AT THE GRAND PACIFIC!! The Championship Events Champions, HAA and HOA Champion will receive an 1881-1907 $10 GOLD PIECE!

EVERGREEN SPORTSMEN’S CLUB

12736 Marksman Rd. S.W. Olympia, WA. 98512-9200 360-357-9080 · www.shootesc.com

THE WEST COAST’S LARGEST SHOOTING FACILITY American Trap, Continental Trap, Skeet, 5-Stand, Sporting Clays, Rifle, Pistol, Cowboy Action, RV Parking, Clubhouse with Restaurant HOURS WEDNESDAY– 10 AM TO 4 PM THURSDAY– 4 PM TO 10 PM SATURDAY– 10AM TO 4PM SUNDAY– 10AM TO 4PM

PITA SHOOTS: Feb.13-14, April 23-24, May 28-29, July 2-4, July 13-17 (WA State), July 24-30 (Grand Pacific), Sept 3-4

DIRECTIONS: FROM I-5 TAKE THE LITTLEROCK/MAYTOWN EXIT (#95), GO W TO LITTLEROCK STRAIGHT THRU TOWN, THEN L ON MIMA RD. TO BORDEAUX RD., THEN R TO MARKSMAN RD., THEN R TO END OF ROAD, VEER RIGHT AND YOU ARE HERE! ~2~


President’s Message ~ Evergreen Sportsmen's Club PITA Shooters, The board at Evergreen Sportsmen’s Club is excited to invite and welcome you to the Grand Pacific held at Evergreen Sportsmen’s Club. We are honored to be your hosts for the 2016 Grand. Our favorite part of the Grand is the people. Seeing those of you who are returning and the opportunity to meet those who are new is the best part of being host. Our hope is that you enjoy both the Grand Pacific and your stay with us. Our staff is committed to the success of this shoot and is already working diligently to make sure it runs smoothly. We are proud of our staff, and can honestly say that we don’t think you will find better anywhere else. Their goal before July is to ensure you have the opportunity to excel. The dance team is returning this year to continue their tradition of scoring. They placed well at the state competition this last year, and plan to go to the national competition this next year in February 2017. Working at the Grand is one of their major fundraisers to help them achieve their goals as a team. Scott, Kelly and Stacy will be out on the line, working to make sure everything is running smoothly. Be sure to thank them for their hard work (if they are able to slow down enough to hear you). Laura and Monique will be holding down the front office. If you are wanting practice rounds or ammo, they are the ones to see. Our board members will be available if you have questions. Just a reminder: due to a Washington state law passed in 2014 that requires private buyers and sellers to conduct firearms transactions through a federally licensed firearm dealer (FFL), the Evergreen Sportsmen’s Club cannot allow firearms transactions on its grounds without an FFL present to do a background check. May you all shoot 100 straight. Mark Downing ~3~


GRAND PACIFIC MEETING SCHEDULE: 2ND VICE PRESIDENTS’ MEETING WEDNESDAY, JULY 27, 2016 State/Provincial Association Presidents & Executive Committee 7:30 a.m. – CONFERENCE ROOM

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RULES COMMITTEE MEETING WEDNESDAY, JULY 27, 2016 8:00 a.m. - CONFERENCE ROOM

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GENERAL MEETING OF THE DELEGATES FRIDAY, JULY 29, 2016 - 8:00 a.m. - BIG TENT Election of Directors – News of the Association - Drawings All meetings are open and members are encouraged to attend. 2015-2016 P.I.T.A. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Jim Rankhorn (2017) - President Jim Fultz (2016) - 1st Vice President Billy Myers - Treasurer Ray Thomas (2017) - Director Kate Bonn (2016) - Director L.A. Taylor (2017)- Director Michelle Wade - Secretary TRAP LINE/TARGET SETTING: Billy Myers- Chair SHOOT COORDINATOR: Jim Rankhorn - Chair SHOOT OFFS: L.A. Taylor - Chair TROPHIES: Sue Brewer - Chair NOMINATING: Nadene Pope - Chair VOLUNTEER COORDINATOR: Jim Rankhorn

Billy Myers (2017) - Vice President Nadene Pope - Past President Nadene Pope - Chairman Rules Comm Bob White (2016) - Director Mike Gregersen (2016) - Director Sue Brewer - Assistant Secretary HANDICAP TABLE & GRIEVANCE: Nadene Pope - Chair RV-CAMPING: Sue Brewer GOLF CARTS: Billy Myers SPECIAL EVENTS: Shot/gun shoot offs: Billy Myers Dinner: L.A. Taylor Drawings: Jim Fultz Sub-Gauge: Jim Fultz Fun Shoots: Bob White ~4~


BACK FOR OUR 3RD YEAR AT ESC

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Hello again, Welcome to the Grand Pacific. This event marks our 85th anniversary. Here are some highlights!  Kick-eez is hosting a Buddy Backer on Saturday the 23rd - find your partner and join the fun! Buckles to winning team.  Opening ceremonies have moved to Monday with Event #4 the start of High Over All.  Five from 40 on Wednesday - sign up early.  The Sub-Gauge events are on Wed & Thurs. Each entry gives you a chance to win a gun donated by Browning.  Friday’s famous tri-tip dinner honors our gun clubs - wear your gun club gear!  The Basket Raffle, Silent Auctions, YES Event and Luck of the Draw Shoot Offs are all back for another year.  Use the INDEX inside the back cover to find all the events. We look forward to seeing everyone there. Michelle & Sue

WELCOME SHOOTERS OPENING CEREMONIES New Monday - 9:00 a.m.

day!

We will be honoring you at the opening ceremonies on Monday - 9:00 a.m. Please make every effort to attend. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Gary Bonetti, John Mullins, Dave Kelly, Jim Warn, Rich Bullard, Fred Coulson, Daro Handy, Kent Sakamoto, Spud Storey, Jim Harrison, Greg Yocum*, Travis Roads*, Dave Wade, Glen Jager, Gary Pack* ___________________________________________

Julie Spindler, Olivia M. Taylor, Kate Bonn, Jennifer Anex, Alexa Paxson* Lisa Simpson, Jodie Ann Thomson, Sharon Graham, Patricia Yocum*, Pat Carter* ___________________________________________

Ron Stubbings, Marty DeVries, Jim Fultz, Lonny Brown, Bud Graham, Dex Tourville, Grant Lau, Rich Evans, Darryl Webber, Gary Shaffer ___________________________________________

Chayton Vega, Andreas Borgesen, Colton Vines, Garrett Grubbs*, Gage WadeHuber, Josh Tiegs, Hunter Hayes*, Sean Miller*, Joe Mundy*, Robert Lamkin *first time All Star ~6~


Gun Club Appreciation TRI-TIP DINNER 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm - Friday the 29th WEAR YOUR FAVORITE GUN CLUB GEAR Be the gun club with the most gear shown and win $50 for your club. Tables can be reserved for clubs with 6 or more diners.

Tri-tip, Ranch Beans, Salad, Bread, Beverages & Dessert Tickets: $10 if purchased before Thurs 9 a.m. ($15 after that) BUY EARLY - ONLY 265 CAN BE PREPARED Followed by:  YES Scholarships  Milestone Awards  Special Presentations  Calcutta

THESE LOGOS REPRESENT ONLY A FEW OF THE PITA CLUBS COME SHOW YOURS! ~7~


SAVE TIME! PRE-REGISTER PRE-SQUAD & PRE-PAY SAVES YOU TIME - AVOID THE LINES

Pre-squad at www.presquad.com then use the registration form on our website at www.shootpita.com to pre-pay. Submit the form with your check or credit card number. Remember, you need to stay on the same squad for all events whenever possible. Please read the additional information regarding squadding on page 16. When you arrive at the shoot all you need to do is take your averaged 2016 membership card(s) (PITA/ATA) to the handicap table for classification and you’re finished – no squad line – no pay line…...questions? Thank you ~ Sue Brewer, Secretary

Pre-pay questions contact: info@shootpita.com, 541-258-8766 Pre-squad questions contact: Sandy Humphreys, 530-515-3327 Remember, if you are not present for the 1st event you are pre-squadded for you WILL lose your squad for the remainder of the shoot.

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Reservations 360-943-4000

Ask for the TRAPSHOOTER DISCOUNT! ~8~


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Let the businesses in the area know you support them!  Pick up a handful of the blue ‘Calling Cards’ at the handicap  table and leave them at the stores you shop, places you eat,  where you fuel, rest at night, you get the idea. 

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Choke Work

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Phillip’s Gunsmithing Phillip Crenwelge 314-A West Lennon Dr. #233, Emory, TX 75440

Tel. 210-313-5988 WWW.PHILLIPS-GUNSMITHING.COM Northwest Designs will be at the Grand Pacific Thursday - Friday - Saturday Commemorative Apparel

Authorized Krieghoff Dealer Jerry Broten (604) 841-4236 k80guns@shaw.ca

G&R Sales ~11~

Bob White (604) 826-6841


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    SATURDAY ‐ JULY 23

                                

      AT THE GRAND PACIFIC!!                                                          SPONSORED BY KICK‐EEZ      Sign up begins at 2:00 PM un l 5:00 PM ‐ event starts at 3:00 PM. The last squad must start on trap 1 before 7:00 PM.  

Championship Buckle to each member of the winning team                                 

$20 entry per team ($10 per team member) 

   $12.00 from each entry to be paid out High Gun 3 pays (50/30/20%).  Op ons: Non Mandatory ‐ paid back 100%  $5.00 Long Run ‐ $2.50 from front & $2.50 from the back. Paid 100% es divide.  $10.00 Trap Op on  ‐ Split $5.00 per trap Paid out 60/40% percentage system  $10.00 Jackpot on the total ‐ 1 pay for each 10 entries Paid out High Gun System   Pick your own partner, all teams will stand at the 27‐ yard line.  New shells only on the line, no excep ons, everyone will be checked.  Guns and Loads per page 14 in the 2015‐2016 PITA Rule Book.  

Targets for this event donated by For more informa on call: Mike Gregersen 775‐455‐5252 or Jim Rankhorn 425‐330‐2864   ~12~


SPONSORS OF THE 2016 GRAND PACIFIC 60 BIRD BUDDY BACKER Evergreen Sportsmen’s Club Saturday, July 23 - 2:00-7:00 p.m. ~13~


INFORMATION AND RULES This tournament will be governed by PITA rules. All shooters agree to accept official decisions and abide by PITA rules. The Executive Committee reserves the right to change this program; changes will be posted at the cashier window. All contestants must be current PITA members. The annual PITA membership fee is $20 for renewals, $10 for 1st time members and for 2016 FREE for juniors and sub-juniors, thanks to member donations. TARGETS MAY BE CROSS-REGISTERED WITH ATA. ATA daily fee of $3.00, WSATA target fee of $1.50/100 and a processing fee of $2.00/day will be charged. CASHIER’S HOURS AND PAYMENT OF FEES The cashier’s office will open Saturday, July 23rd from 1:00-7:00 p.m. Hours for the remainder of the shoot will be 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. VISA/MC accepted for entry fees and options only. ALL RETURNED CHECKS ARE SUBJECT TO A $25 CHARGE. Canadian checks accepted if US FUNDS is printed on the check by your bank, handwritten ‘US funds’ checks are no longer accepted at our bank. Canadian currency will not be accepted. CENTRAL HANDICAP COMMITTEE & HANDICAP TABLE STAFFING Chairman – Nadene Pope (Saturday-July 23) Art Fenton, WA (Sunday-Monday) Stubby Hughes, AK (Friday) Ron Johnson, OR (Tuesday) Mike Gregersen, NV (Friday) Billy Myers, CA (Wednesday) Kevin Davis, CO (Saturday-July 30) Leo Pike, BC (Thursday) Kent Harris, ID (Saturday-July 30) (DAY) INDICATES WHEN STATE/PROVINCE IS RESPONSIBLE FOR STAFFING THE TABLE

CLASSIFICATION – HANDICAP TABLE It is the shooter's responsibility to present both PITA and ATA cards. Scores and averages must be current and complete before handicapping can be done. The NEW online printed card is acceptable if all scores are recorded and averaged. AN ERROR AT THE HANDICAP TABLE DOES NOT RELIEVE A SHOOTER OF THE RESPONSIBILITY OF A CORRECT CLASSIFICATION AND YARDAGE ASSIGNMENT. ATA targets may be substituted for PITA targets to meet minimum requirements. Refer to current Rulebook for minimum requirements-pages 22-c, 23-c and 26-f. Contestants must shoot the longer of their PITA/ATA yardage. A shooter earning yardage shall have their card punched from the yardage which they shot. SPECIAL CATEGORIES It is the responsibility of all special category shooters to assure they are so indicated on their entry receipt and the posted scoreboard. Please notify the cashier’s office, prior to event completion, if the appropriate symbols are not shown on the posted bulletin sheet at the scoreboard: LD, CH, VT, SR, EL, JR, SJ. ~14~


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AGE DIVISIONS Category changes occur on your actual birthday, not at the beginning of the target year. (SJ) Sub-Junior: up to the age of 15 (JR) Junior: age 15 to the age of 18 (VT) Veteran: age 65 to the age of 70 (SR) Senior: age 70 to the age of 75 (EL) Elder: age 75 or older In a championship event (#11/14, 16 or 17) shoot off for champion or runnerup the shooter must declare before the shoot off begins which trophy they wish to fall back to if they lose the shoot off (class, yardage group or special category). Only one trophy per event may be won, except for Y-E-S/SCTP awards. Shooters over 17 and attending high school in 2016 must notify the staff at the Y-E-S table to be eligible for Y-E-S scholarships in the junior division.

SQUADDING A pre-squad form is located on our website, www.shootpita.com. Squadding preference will be given to shooters using this form or you can squad online at www.presquad.com, from June 1st through July 14th. A $5.00/shooter pre-squad fee is payable by either method. Remember, PRE-SQUADDING IS A PRIVILEGE. If you make a reservation for yourself and friends and find one can’t attend or earns yardage, please cancel and correct your reservation. Shooters on squads with fewer than three shooters will be re-squadded to fill squads. Please check presquad.com prior to July 14th and if your squad does not have three shooters you must re-squad or the cashier will do it for you. No variation in assigned squad number allowed. If you are assigned an early squad for the first event you enter, you will be assigned an early squad for all remaining events of the tournament. If you have not registered at the cashier window before the first event for which you pre-squadded, you will lose your position for the remainder of the pre-squadded events. Shooter requested squad changes require a $10.00 change fee. You will be assigned to the same bank of traps as your original squad. If you have questions about this please speak with shoot management. When necessary (i.e. machine malfunction, uneven bank rotations or other problems) squads may be moved to open banks to facilitate event completion.

OPTION MONEY No entry fees or option money will be refunded after the event starts. IRS rules require a social security number before winnings of $600 or more can be distributed (includes all winnings from PITA during the calendar year- Grand Pacific and Multiplex). Please complete a W-9 at the cashier’s office if you reach this amount. Any cash payouts will require completion of a W-9.

EARNED YARDAGE Should earned yardage cause more than the allowable yardage variation within the squad the shooter earning yardage will be assigned to the nearest compatible squad. ~16~


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WIN…..

A Custom Shell Cutter crafted by Gary Bulley donated by Gary Bulley, Centerfire Ranch, MT VISIT GARY AT THE GRAND PACIFIC! Another fantastic prize in the MEGA RAFFLE… GOT YOUR TICKETS YET ??

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‘CUSTOM EMBROIDERY’ Medford, OR custom logos – hats – jackets – t-shirts   ~17~


TRAPS & TARGETS All squads in singles and handicap events will be shot in banks of four traps (in consecutive order). Doubles will be shot in banks of two. When necessary, shoot management may move squads to equalize event completion. The PA system will not be used to announce the 2nd event each day or shoot offs. Watch the ‘On Deck’ board – don’t be late. Orange White Flyer targets will be used for this tournament. TARGET SETTING & VOICE CALLS The target setting committee will set and monitor all targets. Shooters may request elevation changes from the line boss. Other than elevation changes any resetting of targets or voice call adjustments must be done by the target setting committee. NO EXCEPTIONS. Canterbury voice release systems will be used on all traps. MAKE-UP TARGETS No make ups for missing your squad will be allowed. Your squad will wait three (3) minutes then proceed without you. If you miss your squad, report to the squad window to be assigned a new squad on the same bank of traps. The $10 re-squad fee applies. Make ups are allowed for gun repair, report to the cashier’s office. Twelve (12) minutes is allowed for gun repair or replacement. SHOOT OFFS All shoot offs will follow the last registered event of the day. It is the shooter’s responsibility to be aware of shoot offs. If you think you may be in a shoot off check at the Shoot Coordinator’s Table (front of clubhouse). Do not rely on the PA system for notice of shoot off. TROPHIES Trophies will be awarded each day – times posted at trophy table. Please pick up your trophies daily or make arrangements if you are unable to pick them up. Trophies will not be mailed without prior arrangements.

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Joan Fuhrman ~18~


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WIN…..

A $100 Connie’s Components Gift Certificate (Connie’s donated five of these)

Another fantastic prize in the MEGA RAFFLE… GOT YOUR TICKETS YET ? Only 200 will be sold! ~19~


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P.I.T.A. wishes to thank Jeremy Gustafson for his design of the program cover ‌ we hope to see you on the line again! ~20~


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LADIES’ ACTIVITIES DAILY: BINGO GAMES - CASH & PRIZES TUESDAY: BUNCO (details on next page)

“Salad and Sangria Party” The Pampered Chef and YOU!

FRIDAY, JULY 29TH AT 1:00 PM

Come sample the Chicken Caprese Salad that features vibrant produce, complimented with a bright, refreshing beverage - plus the clever cutting tools and entertaining pieces that make it all happen. It’s a fun time to visit with your friends and take a break from all the other activities. Learn something new, fun and easy to make that will impress your family and friends. FREE door prizes.

All orders benefit P.I.T.A.’s ladies events at the Grand Pacific. Can’t attend? Order online at www.pamperchef.biz/kathygoss. Host name: PITA Show Looking for something to do at the event?

VOLUNTEER! There are a number of things you can do to help during the week - here is a sample. Friday: Help with set up Saturday: Keep score at the Buddy Backer Sunday: Drive the Shooter Taxi (golf cart) Monday: Take photos of the event Tuesday: Help with Big Top Bingo & join the fun! Wednesday: Sell dinner tickets Thursday: Help at the Y-E-S silent auction table Friday: Assist with dinner setup and/or serving Saturday: Miscellaneous clean up Call Sue (541)258-8766 or Jim (425) 330-2864 for more information. ~22~


S RDER ALL O ED PLAC TA FIT PI BENE

Attention Ladies!

JOIN US FOR BUNCO!

WHEN: Tuesday, July 26 - 1:00 p.m. WHERE: At the railroad car (behind the clubhouse) COST: Free! BYOC&W - Bring your own Chair and Wine! We’ll provide everything else.

LITTLEROCK SALOON Cocktails - Gambling - Pool Food - Sports tv COME VISIT US IN DOWNTOWN LITTLEROCK!

360-753-9952 6520 128th SW Olympia, WA 98512

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‘GRAND MAGNUMS’   

 

Enter the Grand Magnum option offered on all handicap events,   shoot two 25s in any of the combinations below, win 50%   of the purse plus entries for that event, ties split.    There is no limit to the number of purses you may win.    Shoot 100 straight and win one‐half of all six purses! 

GRAND MAGNUMS (offered on all handicap events - $12.00 entry each event) Purse 1 (traps 1 & 2) - $454.50 Purse 4 (traps 2 & 3) - $885.25 Purse 2 (traps 1 & 3) - $705.75 Purse 5 (traps 2 & 4) - $537.00 Purse 3 (traps 1 & 4) - $1438.25 Purse 6 (traps 3 & 4) - $280.25 The sponsors of these purses are:  PURSE 1 ‐ TRAPS 1 & 2:  Gary & Leone Morlan, John & Maxine Glass, Sue & Libby  Harris, Don & Sharon Zeller, Spotty’s Carwash, Billy & Syd Myers, Coulson Logging  PURSE 2 – TRAPS 1 & 3: ‘On Target’, Kesselring Gun Shop, Marvin & Barbara Sims,   Gary Maguire, Vern Stewart, Roy Tiegs, Caldwell Industries  PURSE 3 – TRAPS 1 & 4: Barrie Brown, Coon Creek Trap & Skeet, Carmon & Art  Fenton, Connie & Fred Zurfluh, Kay & Henry Park, Shelly & Ron Johnson, Elyse & Dick  Stoner  PURSE 4 – TRAPS 2 & 3: Jim Kranz, Rick Rowley, Louise & Dick Siemens,  John & Thelma Pyatt, Bob & Pat Bounds, John Beals, Terry & Patti Hickson  PURSE 5 – TRAPS 2 & 4: Tom & Kay Flood, Daro & Darlene Handy, Marvin Loy,   Sisson’s Shooters Supply, Barrie Brown in memory of Dr. Sid Arbor,   Marvin & Barbara Sims, Dan Marx  PURSE 6 – TRAPS 3 & 4: The Guernsey Family, Vic & Jackie Vaccaro, Chuck Curtis,   Gerald & Barbara Smallwood, Gary & Judy Fogelson    

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2016 PITA ‘ROOKIE OF THE YEAR’ AWARD  Sponsored by The Glaves Family – Dan, Bev & Parker  A belt buckle will be presented to the rookie with the highest combined scores of events #11, #14 and #17. This shooter will be named the “2016 PITA Rookie of the Year” Participant qualifications:  

A “Rookie”, as defined by PITA, is a contestant who has not shot any registered targets in any association prior to the end of their 2015 State/Provincial shoot. The contestant must be the winner of their 2016 State/ Provincial Rookie of the Year competition and a resident of the State or Province they are representing. In the absence of the winner the next highest scoring qualified Rookie contestant may compete.

Congratulations to past Rookie of the Year recipients: 1998-Bill Burgess- Bend, OR 1999-Billy Johnson-Groveland, CA 2000-Jim Hoover-Blackfoot, ID 2001-Cal Stocking-Mt Vernon, WA 2002-Patrick Shannon-Ellensburg, WA 2003-Brian Wong-New Westminster, BC 2004-Derrill Nave-Boise, ID 2005-James Reed-Santa Rosa, CA 2006-Cole Mitchell-Olympia, WA 2007-Michael Johnson-Boring, OR

2015 ROOKIE Sean Miller

2008-Heather Archer-Creswell, OR 2009-Todd Peterson-Selah, WA 2010-Jared Jones-Dixon, CA 2011-Rob Alkire-Santa Rosa, CA 2012-Chayton Vega-Stockton, CA 2013-Dan Lacher-Carnation, WA 2014-Joe Stuart-Medford, OR 2015-Sean Miller-Snohomish, WA 2016 – could it be you??

SIXGUNS TRANSPORT LLC Dan Glaves ▪ Klamath Falls, Oregon ▪ Fairbanks, Alaska

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THANK YOU SHOOTERS! The Portland Gun Club appreciates all of the shooters who have supported the club over the last few years. PGC has committed itself to improving the club. If you haven’t been by, here is what we have done so far  Updated kitchen  Replacing trap houses  Shooting software for registered shoots  New Shooter Clinics  Who knows what can be next

2016 Schedule: PITA - February 6th PITA Doubles Classic – April 15th PITA - April 16th & 17th PITA Morlan Memorial Shoot - Memorial Weekend: May 27th (Doubles Classic), May 28th & 29th PITA Doubles Classic & Banquet – September 24th PITA - September 25th - watch for details! Come see the friendly staff. We look forward to serving you at the oldest gun club west of the Mississippi & the Doubles capital of the Northwest

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concurrent with events #11 & #14 sponsored by Build your team...start now! Assemble the best team for your State or Province. Contact your State/Provincial Secretary to let them know your team members - only three teams are allowed per State/Province so do not delay. Team members must register Thursday morning, July 28th at 9:00 a.m. under the Big Tent. A complimentary team photo will be taken. All members of your team should be present. Bring your cheerleaders!! Teams will be comprised of one shooter from each class, AAA, AA, A, B, C, D. The team with the highest total of combined scores for Events #11 & #14 will be the 2016 winning team. Each member of the winning team receives a range bag designating them as a Grand Pacific Singles Team Champion. A shooter’s class will be as initially handicapped at the 2016 Grand Pacific Tournament. Shooters must be residents of the State/Province for which they are competing with the exception of D class. If a D class shooter from a State/Province is not available a D class shooter from another State or Province can be substituted (floater). If a team cannot be formed because a shooter is not available in a certain class, a shooter of a lower class may be substituted. Example: Class A shooter is not available, a Class B, C, or D shooter may substitute for the missing class, (a Class AA shooter cannot substitute for an A shooter, etc.). Each shooter can be a member of only one team. PREVIOUS TEAM CHAMPIONS: 2015: OREGON 2014: WASHINGTON 2013: WASHINGTON 2012: WASHINGTON 2011: CALIFORNIA 2010: BRIT COLUMBIA 2009: CALIFORNIA 2008: BRIT COLUMBIA 2007: ALASKA 2006: IDAHO 2005: OREGON 2004: WASHINGTON 2003: WASHINGTON

2002: OREGON 2001: OREGON 2000: WASHINGTON 1999: WASHINGTON 1998: WASHINGTON 1997: OREGON 1996: OREGON 1995: OREGON 1994: CALIFORNIA 1993: OREGON 1992: IDAHO 1991: IDAHO 1990: OREGON

1989: CALIFORNIA 1988: CALIFORNIA 1987: WASHINGTON 1986: IDAHO 1985: WASHINGTON 1984: IDAHO 1983: OREGON 1982: WASHINGTON 1981: UNKNOWN 1980: CALIFORNIA 1979: OREGON 1978: CALIFORNIA 1977: CALIFORNIA ~28~

1976: WASHINGTON 1975: CALIFORNIA 1974: CALIFORNIA 1973: NEVADA 1972: CALIFORNIA 1971: CALIFORNIA 1970: NEVADA 1969: N CA 1968: NEVADA 1967: NEVADA


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SUNDAY - JULY 24, 2016

Starting Time: 10:00 a.m.

EVENT 1 – WEST COAST SHOT SINGLES 100 registered 16-yard Targets DAILY FEE (collected on first event entered each day) .... $ 3.00 ENTRY .......................................................................... $32.00 LEWIS PURSE Paid 4 divisions-100% ................................................. $10.00 $500 ADDED MONEY – SPLIT HIGH GUN SYSTEM - $100 TO EACH OF 5 CLASSES ($50-$30-$20) AAA/AA (combined), A, B, C, D WEST COAST SHOT and trophy to winner of each class/category AAA/AA combined, A, B, C, D, Lady, Veteran, Junior, Sub Junior

EVENT 2 – COON CREEK HANDICAP sponsored by the Coon Creek Y-E-S kids and their families. ‘GRAND 7 EVENT’ 100 registered Handicap Targets ENTRY................................................................................................. $32.00 LEWIS PURSE Paid 4 divisions-100% ................................................ $10.00 WEST COAST SHOT OPTION (win 50 pounds of shot) ........................... $5.00 See Miss & Out Shoot Off details for event 6 – page 36

GRAND MAGNUMS Paid 50% (details page 24) .................................. $12.00 $500 ADDED MONEY – SPLIT HIGH GUN SYSTEM - $100 TO EACH OF 5 YARDAGE GROUPS ($50-$30-$20) Buckle to Champion and winner of each yardage/category 19-20½, 21-22½, 23-24½, 25-26½, 27, Lady, Veteran, Junior, Sub Junior

EVENT 3 – WHITE CREEK GUNSTOCK BLANKS DOUBLES 50-pair registered Doubles Targets ENTRY................................................................................................. $32.00 LEWIS PURSE Paid 4 divisions-100% ................................................ $10.00 $500 ADDED MONEY – SPLIT HIGH GUN SYSTEM - $100 TO EACH OF 5 CLASSES ($50-$30-$20) AAA/AA (combined), A, B, C, D Trophies provided by WHITE CREEK GUNSTOCK BLANKS AAA/AA combined, A, B, C, D, Lady, Veteran, Junior, Sub Junior TIES IN EVENTS #1, #2 AND #3 WILL BE DETERMINED BY LONG RUN - NO SHOOT OFFS. CLASS WINNERS/TIES DO NOT MOVE UP A CLASS FOR ANY GRAND PACIFIC EVENTS. EVENTS #1 - #3 ARE NOT INCLUDED IN CHAMPIONSHIP HIGH OVER ALL (EVENTS #4-#17 - not including Sub Gauge). Preliminary HOA Added Money & High Over All trophies (Events 1, 2 & 3) - see page 32 sponsored by CHUCK CURTIS & VIRGINIA BONSER ~30~


2016 PITA shoots:  Jan. 30‐31  March 19 & 20  (series)  Sept 3‐5 (series)  Nov 26‐27 (T4T)  (2017 series)   

GOOD LUCK SHOOTERS AT THE GRAND PACIIFIC

Thank you Chuck & Virginia for your sponsorship of the Sunday High All Around trophies.

WEST COAST MAGNUM SHOT CALL OR CLICK TODAY! www.westcoastshot.com 213-434-7744 or 909-390-4841

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541-597-2118 P.O. Box 846 Selma, Oregon 97538

Mike Mann Managing Member www.Whitecreekgunstockblanks.org ~31~


PRELIMINARY HIGH OVER ALL Events 1-3 Sponsored by Chuck Curtis & Virginia Bonser TROPHY TO WINNER OF EACH CLASS AAA-AA (combined), A, B, C, D LADY, VETERAN, JUNIOR & SUB-JUNIOR Preliminary HOA shoot offs will follow Event 3

$500 ADDED MONEY

$100 to each of 5 classes AAA/AA (combined), A, B, C, D $60-$40 high gun

CHUCK & VIRGINIA PROUD SPONSORS of PRELIMINARY HIGH OVER ALL

Good Luck ~ Break’em All

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Starting Time: 10:00 a.m.

MONDAY - JULY 25, 2016

EVENT #4 – NORTHWEST SHOT DOUBLES 50 Pair Doubles (100 Targets)

Sponsored by NORTHWEST SHOT This event honors John Mullins of WA, the 2015 Grand Pacific Doubles Champion. John went 4 perfect rounds in a shoot off with Travis Iksic to win the title ~ great shooting!

$500 ADDED MONEY - SPLIT HIGH GUN SYSTEM $100 TO EACH OF 5 CLASSES AA, A, B, C, D $50-$30-$20 EACH CLASS DAILY FEE (collected on first event entered each day) .......................................... $3.00 ENTRY................................................................................................. $32.00 PURSE ................................................................................................ $10.00 Each class shoots for its own money-High Gun System-One pay each 7 entries LEWIS PURSE Paid 5 divisions-100% ................................................... $10.00

CLASS WINNERS AND TIES DO NOT MOVE UP A CLASS FOR EVENT #8

Trophies: WINNER OF EACH CLASS AA-A-B-C-D LADY, VETERAN, SENIOR/ELDER (combined), JUNIOR & SUB-JUNIOR

VISIT US AT THE GRAND PACIFIC

Shooting Vests, Shooting Jackets Glasses, Ear Protection, Pouches, Gun Cleaning Supplies and More!

Ron 530-258-1608

Kayna 530-251-3324

pull@rkshootingsupply.com rkshootingsupply.com ~34~


WORKING TO KEEP SHOOTING AFFORDABLE

 We do mining -- large or small clubs specializing in difficult to mine areas  We buy lead  We convert old lead to new shot  Environmental clean up Shooters are the cornerstone of our business and I am honored to give back to those who support me. Our donations represent the commitment to my belief in the P.I.T.A. and its shooters. Organized clay target shooting will keep our favorite pastime alive and well for our children and our grandchildren to enjoy. Larry Stockman Northwest Shot Manufacturing Phoenix, Oregon 541-535-3404 Made in USA PITA wishes to thank Larry for his generous donation of shot given away annually at the Grand Pacific. ~35~


MONDAY - JULY 25, 2016

Following Event #4

EVENT #5 – TILDEN TROPHIES HANDICAP 100 Handicap Targets

Tilden Trophies, providing shooting trophies for tournaments and leagues, supplied the awards for this event. Honoring 2015 Grand Pacific Handicap Champion Jacob Turner of WA. Jacob shot a lone 97 to win! $500 ADDED MONEY - SPLIT HIGH GUN SYSTEM $100 TO EACH YARDAGE GROUP

$50-$30-$20 EACH GROUP 19-20½, 21-22½, 23-24½, 25-26½, 27

~ ‘GRAND 7’ EVENT ~ DAILY FEE (collected on first event entered each day) ...................... $3.00 ENTRY................................................................................................. $32.00 CASH PURSE Each yardage group shoots for its own money One pay each 7 entries - High Gun.......................................................... $15.00 TRAP OPTIONS-Percentage System $3.00 EACH 25 Divided 60/40% .......................................................... $12.00 $5.00 EACH OF THREE 50s Divided 50/30/20% ................................ $15.00 LEWIS PURSE Paid 5 divisions-100% .................................................. $10.00 WEST COAST SHOT OPTION (win 50 pounds of shot) ........................... $5.00 A number will be drawn from 0 to 9, inclusive. If you play this option and shoot a score ending in the number drawn you will be in a miss & out shoot off for 50#s of West Coast Shot, donated by West Coast Shot. This shoot off will follow the day’s shoot offs.

GRAND MAGNUMS Paid 50% (details page 24) .................................. $12.00 Trophies: CHAMPION, RUNNER UP, WINNER OF EACH YARDAGE GROUP 19-20½, 21-22½, 23-24½, 25-26½, 27 LADY, VETERAN, SENIOR, ELDER, JUNIOR & SUB-JUNIOR

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* FREE art fees * FREE die set-up for logo

WWW.TILDENTROPHIES.COM ~37~


TUESDAY - JULY 26, 2016

Starting Time: 10:00 a.m.

EVENT #6 – SPORTCO SINGLES 100 16-Yard targets

Sponsored by SPORTCO of Fife, WA Honoring the 2015 Grand Pacific Singles Champion, Travis Iksic of WA. Travis was one of five shooting 199/200. His 50/50 in the shoot off won him the title.

$1,250 ADDED MONEY-SPLIT HIGH GUN SYSTEM $250 TO EACH OF 5 CLASSES AAA/AA (combined), A, B, C, D $100-$75-$50-$25 EACH CLASS DAILY FEE (collected on first event entered each day)........................................ $3.00 ENTRY ............................................................................................... $32.00 CASH PURSE ................................................................................... $10.00 Each class shoots for its own money-High Gun System-One pay each 7 entries

LEWIS PURSE Paid 5 divisions-100% ................................................. $10.00 CLASS WINNERS AND TIES DO NOT MOVE UP A CLASS FOR EVENT #11

Trophies: WINNER OF EACH CLASS AAA/AA (combined)-A-B-C-D, LADY, VETERAN, SENIOR/ELDER (combined), JUNIOR & SUB-JUNIOR  

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Remember...We always guarantee our Member Prices are equal to or  be er than Cabela’s, Dick’s, Bass Pro and Sportsmen’s Warehouse   or we save you an addi onal 5% off their price! 

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TUESDAY - JULY 26, 2016

Following Event #6

EVENT #7 – BAYSHORE METALS HANDICAP Sponsored by Bayshore Metals/Kerrie Largent 100 Handicap Targets

$1250 ADDED MONEY - SPLIT HIGH GUN SYSTEM $250 TO EACH YARDAGE GROUP 19-20½, 21-22½, 23-24½, 25-26½, 27

$100-$75-$50-$25 EACH GROUP

~ ‘GRAND 7’ EVENT ~ DAILY FEE (collected on first event entered each day) ...................... $3.00 ENTRY................................................................................................. $32.00 CASH PURSE Each yardage group shoots for its own money One pay each 7 entries - High Gun ......................................................... $15.00 TRAP OPTIONS-Percentage System $3.00 EACH 25 Divided 60/40% ....................................................... $12.00 $5.00 EACH OF THREE 50s Divided 50/30/20% ................................ $15.00 LEWIS PURSE Paid 5 divisions-100% ................................................ $10.00 WEST COAST SHOT OPTION (win 50 pounds of shot) ........................... $5.00 A number will be drawn from 0 to 9, inclusive. If you play this option and shoot a score ending in the number drawn you will be in a miss & out shoot off for 50#s of West Coast Shot, donated by West Coast Shot. This shoot off will follow the day’s shoot offs.

BROWNING BT99 OPTION w/$10 buy back option ...................... $10.00 Browning has generously donated the BT99 for this event. Every contestant entering the Browning option is eligible to win. A number will be drawn between 0 and 9, inclusive. If you are lucky enough to shoot a score ending in the number drawn you will be in a miss and out shoot off following today’s shoot offs. Each contestant will be able to pay $10 at the start of the shoot off for a one time buy back. If you play the option and your score ends in the number drawn you will be asked before the shoot off starts if you want to pay $10 for an automatic buy back. This means if you miss your target you will get one more target for a chance to stay in the shoot off. This buy back is not required but must be paid before the shoot off starts.

GRAND MAGNUMS Paid 50% (details on page 24) ............................. $12.00 Trophies: CHAMPION, RUNNER UP, WINNER OF EACH YARDAGE GROUP 19-20½, 21-22½, 23-24½, 25-26½, 27 LADY, VETERAN, SENIOR/ELDER (combined), JUNIOR & SUB-JUNIOR ~40~


METAL

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KERRIE LARGENT Cell: 530-604-6463 244 NAPOLEON STREET • SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94124

PH: 916-594-7012 • FAX: 916-594-7582 E-MAIL: klargent@industrialco.net www.bayshoremetals.com

WIN...WEST

COAST AND NORTHWEST SHOT

Just some of the items you can win…. VISIT THE HANDICAP TABLE FOR MORE DETAILS….

Ken Rucker’s Bump-Buster(TM) Hydraulic Recoil Reduction System available with or without a pad adjuster in polished aluminum or powder coated colors

Ken Rucker’s Auto-Buster(TM) Recoil Reduction System for Semi-Autos complete with pad adjuster in polished aluminum or powder coated colors

Jack West “Pro-Combo” Stock Set w/Auto-Buster(TM) available for 12 ga. Rem 1100, 1187, and 870 in Flat Black or Carbon Fiber

Visit me at my shop for expert installation of my adjustable combs, adjustable pads, LOP butt plates, and Kickeez recoil pads. Gunfitting appointments available.

www.speedbumpstockworks.com

KEN 903-815-6535

CAROLYN 903-209-5074 ~41~


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WEDNESDAY - JULY 27, 2016

Start Time: 10:00 A.M.

EVENT #8- MEDFORD GUN CLUB DOUBLES sponsored in memory of Marian Pinnell 50 Pair Doubles (100 Targets)

The Medford Gun Club and friends of Marian Pinnell sponsor this event in her memory. Marian was well known in the trapshooting world as a shooter, vendor of shooting accessories, Past President of the Medford Gun Club, OSTA board member, Hall of Fame board member, 2015 Hall of Fame inductee and a great friend to all.

DAILY FEE (collected on first event entered each day) .............................. $3.00 ENTRY ..................................................................................... $32.00 $1500 ADDED MONEY - SPLIT HIGH GUN SYSTEM $300 TO EACH OF 5 CLASSES AA, A, B, C, D 4 pays: $120-$90-$60-$30 EACH CLASS

PURSE ..................................................................................... $10.00 Each class shoots for its own money-High Gun System-One pay each 7 entries

LEWIS PURSE

Paid 5 divisions-100% ............................................................. $10.00

Trophies: CHAMPION, RUNNER UP, WINNER OF EACH CLASS AA-A-B-C-D LADY, VETERAN, SENIOR, ELDER, JUNIOR & SUB-JUNIOR

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ TONIGHT – 7:00 p.m.

Five from 40 Sponsored by cabela’s & rio $10 entry - sign up at the handicap table during registration. The 1st 100 to sign up receive a box of Rio ammunition. Prizes, provided by Cabela’s, will be awarded to 1st, 2nd & 3rd. Squads shoot in the order of registration. If you miss your squad you will be placed at the end of the squad list. You must shoot the ammo provided – 5 shots. Prizes are on display at the handicap table. ~44~


MEDFORD GUN CLUB

1259 East Vilas Road, Central Point, Oregon Club phone: 541-772-7817 Email: medfordgunclub@gmail.com Open Tuesday, Saturday, Sunday 10:00am—2:00pm SHOOT DATES BLANKET SHOOT - March 19-20, 2016 ODC-March 18 OREGON STATE ATA SHOOT—June 3-5, 2016 OREGON STATE PITA SHOOT - June 16-19, 2016 ODC-June 15 LABOR DAY SHOOT – September 3-5, 2016 ODC -September 2 HALLOWEEN SHOOT - October 29-30, 2016 PRE-SQUAD AT WWW.PRESQUAD.COM

 LOW RATES  CROSS REGISTRATION OFFERED

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FIND US ON FACEBOOK

NORTH OKANAGAN TRAP & SKEET CLUB Vernon, BC

2016 PITA Shoots: April 29-May 1 May 4, June 8, August 3 - BC Doubles May 19 - Doubles, May 20-23 - BC Provincial September 1-5 - Labour Day Classic

E-mail: info@shootnotsc.com Website: www.shootnotsc.com

RV parking - washroom/showers  

Gord Fowler 250-309-4673 or gordfowler@gmail.com Lisa Salt 250-503-8165 or lisa@saltfowler.com

Don’t miss the basket raffle – inside the club house.   

75% of ticket sales are returned to the gun clubs providing the raffle items. Tickets $2 each To make some money for your club/youth team contact: P.I.T.A. 541-258-8766 or sue@shootpita.com ~45~


WEDNESDAY - JULY 27, 2016

Following event #8

EVENT #9 - ALL AMERICAN ARMORY HANDICAP 100 Handicap Targets

sponsored by Ryan Costanti, Medford OR and All American Armory, Bow WA

$1500 ADDED MONEY - SPLIT HIGH GUN SYSTEM $300 TO EACH YARDAGE GROUP 19-20½, 21-22½, 23-24½, 25-26½, 27 $120-$90-$60-$30 EACH GROUP DAILY FEE (collected on first event entered each day) ...................... $3.00 ENTRY................................................................................................. $32.00 CASH PURSE Each yardage group shoots for its own money One pay each 7 entries - High Gun ......................................................... $15.00 TRAP OPTIONS - Percentage System $3.00 EACH 25 Divided 60/40% ....................................................... $12.00 $5.00 EACH OF THREE 50s Divided 50/30/20% ................................ $15.00 LEWIS PURSE Paid 5 divisions-100% ................................................ $10.00 GRAND MAGNUMS Paid 50% (details page 24) .................................. $12.00 WEST COAST SHOT OPTION (win 50 pounds of shot) ........................... $5.00 A number will be drawn from 0 to 9, inclusive. If you play this option and shoot a score ending in the number drawn you will be in a miss & out shoot off for 50#s of West Coast Shot, donated by West Coast Shot. This shoot off will follow the day’s shoot offs.

SPECIAL MERCHANDISE OPTION ............................................ $10.00 This option will be split percentage system and will award these prizes:

PRIZES (ON DISPLAY AT THE HANDICAP TABLE) RIFLE FROM ALL AMERICAN ARMORY 100 LBS WESTCOAST SHOT RUGGED GEAR SHOOTING CART 100 LBS NORTHWEST SHOT 2017 GRAND PACIFIC ENTRY-HAA EVENTS

SHOOTING BAG DECOY AMERICASE GUN CASE MYSTERY CASH $$ AMMO

At the end of Wednesday’s handicap the 10 prizes will be drawn at random and assigned to the top ten scores. Any scores tied will carry over to Thursday’s handicap (event #12). All ties will carry over in the following order 1st 25, 2nd 25, 3rd 25 and 4th 25. EXAMPLE: 2 - 99's Will be eligible for only the first prize, drawn at random – carry over. 1 - 98 Wins second prize drawn at random. 3 - 97's Will shoot off for third prize, drawn at random – carry over as described above. This will continue down ten scores. NOTE: IF A SHOOTER LOSES IN THE CARRY-OVER SHOOT OFF FOR THE PRIZE ASSIGNED TO THEIR SCORE, THEY ARE INELIGIBLE FOR ANY OTHER PRIZE IN THIS OPTION.

MORE EVENT #9 OPTIONS/ADDED MONEY CONTINUED ON PAGE 48 ~46~


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WEDNESDAY - JULY 27, 2016

Event #9 - continued……...

Trophies: CHAMPION, RUNNER UP, WINNER OF EACH YARDAGE GROUP 19-20½, 21-22½, 23-24½, 25-26½, 27 LADY, VETERAN, SENIOR, ELDER, JUNIOR & SUB-JUNIOR

SHOOTER APPRECIATION ADDED MONEY Sponsored by Glen Jager, Dave Kelly Trucking, Rich Bullard and Mike Gregersen

An additional $1500 is added to EV #9 $300 to each yardage group 19-20½, 21-22½, 23-24½, 25-26½, 27 yards A number will be drawn from 0 to 9, inclusive. Any score ending in the number drawn will be in a miss & out shoot off following the day’s events, with the last shooter on the line in each group winning $300.

CHECK THE ‘LUCKY NUMBER’ BOARD AT THE SHOOT OFF TABLE TO SEE IF YOU ARE IN ONE OF THE FIVE SHOOT OFFS TO WIN $300!

Downtown littlerock!      

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Espresso House Coffee Breakfast on the go Smoothies Espresso Milkshakes ICE $1.50


Rich Bullard, Jr. from Reno, NV & Mike & Lisa Gregersen of Fallon, NV wish everyone Good Luck at the

2016 P.I.T.A. Grand Pacific I join Dave, Mike & Rich in wishing everyone a great time at the 2016 PITA Grand Pacific. Glen Jager & family ~49~


TRAP – SKEET – SPORTING MODELS Call or Email for additional Information and special pricing. Factory Authorized Dealer - NV, OR, WA, ID, UT

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Special Prices! “Call for Price Quotes” Licensed and Insured PHONE: 509-238-6165 – FAX: 509-238-2899 EMAIL: bbss200@outlook.com

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Sales Support - 520.836.9926 shootatcgtc@aol.com Arizona Office - Sales Support

Tech Support: 801.797.9265 geo3scook@yahoo.com

CELL: 801.243.6596

Utah Office - Tech Support      

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WIN…..

  

Browning items (donated by Browning) More fantastic prizes in the  

MEGA RAFFLE… GOT YOUR TICKETS YET ??

Daily Drawings – Your ticket can win multiple times! PRIZES ON DISPLAY AT THE HANDICAP TABLE ~51~


CALENDAR OF EVENTS 1:00 pm 2:00 pm SUNDAY 8:00 am 10:00 am

After Ev#3 Followed by 5:00 pm MONDAY 8:00 am 9:00 am 10:00 am After Ev#5 Followed by

SATURDAY JULY 23, 2016 HANDICAPPING & REGISTRATION OPENS KICK-EEZ BUDDY BACKER sign ups-shoot starts at 3:00 (pg 12) JULY 24, 2016 HANDICAPPING & REGISTRATION OPENS EVENT #1: WEST COAST SHOT Singles (pg 30) EVENT #2: COON CREEK Handicap (pg 30) EVENT #3: WHITE CREEK GUNSTOCK BLANKS Doubles (pg 30) Preliminary HOA Shoot Offs (Events #1-#3 not part of HOA) West Coast Shot Miss/Out Shoot Off Ev#2 CASHIER OFFICE CLOSES JULY 25, 2016 HANDICAPPING & REGISTRATION OPENING CEREMONIES - All Star Recognition (pg 6) EVENT #4: NORTHWEST SHOT Doubles honoring John Mullins (pg 34) EVENT #5: TILDEN TROPHIES Handicap honoring Jacob Turner (pg 36) SHOOT OFFS West Coast Shot Miss/Out Shoot Off Ev#5

TUESDAY 8:00 am 10:00 am

JULY 26, 2016 HANDICAPPING & REGISTRATION EVENT #6: SPORTCO Singles honoring Travis Iksic (pg 38) EVENT #7:BAYSHORE METALS Handicap (pg 40) After Ev#7 SHOOT OFFS Followed by BROWNING BT99 SHOOT OFF (pg 40) Followed by West Coast Shot Miss/Out Shoot Off Ev#7 7:00 pm BIG TOP BINGO - under the Big Tent - all welcome to play WEDNESDAY JULY 27, 2016 7:30 am 2nd VICE PRESIDENTS MEETING – Conference Room (pg 4) 8:00 am RULES COMMITTEE MEETING – Conference Room (pg 4) 8:00 am HANDICAPPING & REGISTRATION 10:00 am EVENT #8: MEDFORD GUN CLUB Doubles (pg 44) in memory of Marian Pinnell EVENT #9: ALL AMERICAN ARMORY Handicap (pg 46) EVENT #10: REGISTERED SUB-GAUGE Singles (28 gauge) (pg 54) sponsored by Browning, Briley, White Flyer & Shoot To Win After Ev#10 SHOOT OFFS Followed by West Coast Shot Miss/Out Shoot Off Ev#9 Followed by SHOOTER APPRECIATION ADDED MONEY SHOOT OFFS(pg 48) 7:00 pm WEDNESDAY ‘5 FROM 40’ FUN SHOOT – ammo provided (pg 44) THURSDAY 8:00 am 9:00 am 9:45 am

JULY 28, 2016 HANDICAPPING & REGISTRATION CHAMPIONSHIP SINGLES TEAM REGISTRATION-Big Tent (pg 28) Champion of Champions meeting-Big Tent (pg 60) ~52~


10:00 am

4:00 pm After Ev#13 Followed by Followed by 7:00 pm FRIDAY 8:00 am 8:00 am 10:00 am Followed by After Ev#15 Followed by 1:00 pm 4:00 pm 5:30 pm 6:30 pm SATURDAY 8:00 am 9:00 am 10:00 am 10:00 am

NOON After Ev#17 Followed by

EVENT #11: 1st half GRAND PACIFIC SINGLES CHAMPIONSHIP Y-E-S SINGLES CHAMPIONSHIPS - SCTP Competition (pg 58, 62) EVENT #12: TRAPSHOOTING USA Handicap (pg 64) EVENT #13: REGISTERED SUB-GAUGE Doubles (28 gauge) (pg 66) sponsored by Browning, Briley, White Flyer & Shoot To Win HALL OF FAME SILENT AUCTION CLOSES (pg 68) SHOOT OFFS West Coast Shot Miss/Out Shoot Off Ev#12 RCBS Reloading Press Miss/Out Shoot Off Ev#11 (pg 62) HALL OF FAME INDUCTION CEREMONY (pg 68) Honoring Ron Scondo, Fred Coulson, Dick Siemens & Marvin Loy JULY 29, 2016 GENERAL MEETING – under the Big Tent (pg 4) HANDICAPPING & REGISTRATION EVENT #14: 2nd half GRAND PACIFIC SINGLES CHAMPIONSHIP sponsored by Rio Ammunition (pg 70) EVENT #15: THE WHITE FLYER Handicap (pg 72) SHOOT OFFS West Coast Shot Miss/Out Shoot Off Ev#15 LADIES – Pampered Chef Show (pg 22) Y-E-S SILENT AUCTION CLOSES (pg 102) DINNER BEGINS (ticket holders can eat up until 7:30 pm) (pg 7) YES SCHOLARSHIPS, MILESTONE AWARDS & SPECIAL EVENT JULY 30, 2016 HANDICAPPING & REGISTRATION LADIES MISS N’ OUT SHOOT OFF (pg 78) ‘GRAND 7’ HANDICAP Drawing (pg 2) EVENT #16: GRAND PACIFIC Doubles Championships (pg 74) sponsored by RCBS EVENT #17: BROWNING GRAND PACIFIC Handicap (pg 76) Championship Sponsored by Browning BROWNING BT99 & BASKET RAFFLE DRAWINGS SHOOT OFFS Browning CITORI Miss-N-Out Shoot Off (pg 76)

TRAVEL SAFELY WE WILL SEE YOU NEXT YEAR!

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WEDNESDAY - JULY 27, 2016

Following event #9

EVENT #10– REGISTERED 28 GAUGE SINGLES 50 - 16 yard targets

              Honoring the 2015 Singles Champion Don Porfily  Sponsored by Browning, Briley, White Flyer & Shoot To Win Gear  DAILY FEE (collected on first event entered each day) ....................................... $3.00 ENTRY - includes a chance to win a Browning Citori 725 - 20 ga .... $15.00 LEWIS PURSE .............................................................................. $10.00 Paid one group each 5 entries/maximum 3 groups - 60/40% high gun

BRILEY TUBE TO CHAMPION, SHOOT TO WIN CLEANING KIT TO RUNNER UP. WHITE FLYER TROPHIES TO EACH CLASS - AAA, AA, A, B, C, D  Loaner Browning 28 gauge guns and Briley tube sets are available. Reserve before the event starts at the Browning-Briley-Shoot To WinWhite Flyer tables in front of the clubhouse.  Factory target loads only - if in doubt ask at the handicap table. 28 gauge ammo will be available for purchase from Ryan Costanti - All American Armory (see their ad on page 47 for details.) For information on hosting a registered SUB-GAUGE PITA event at your club contact PITA at 253-381-1499 28 GAUGE DOUBLES - THURSDAY AFTER EVENT 12 HOA CHAMPION WINS A TUBE SET, HOA RUNNER UP WINS A SHOOT TO WIN CLEANING KIT. WHITE FLYER TROPHIES TO EACH CLASS.

Shoot To Win Gear Made by Hand in the U.S.A. Shotgun Cleaning Rods and Accessories The last shotgun cleaning rod you will ever need to buy

Briley Northwest Sales Representative Available for all of your Briley needs Dave Carter • 503-930-5544 • Dave@ShootToWinGear.com ~54~


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Join us for bingo under the big top!! Everyone welcome Tuesday at 7:00 p.m. Snacks & beverages Fun bingo games & Lots of prizes!!

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360‐252‐3500

1600 Gateway Blvd NE, Lacey WA 98516


Y~E~S SINGLES

Thursday, July 28 & Friday July 29, 2016

Y~E~S SINGLES CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM COMPETITION – Thursday, Event #11: DIVISIONS:  SUB JUNIOR - under 15  JUNIOR - age 15 thru end of high school TEAM AWARDS WILL BE PRESENTED TO THE 1ST & 2ND PLACE TEAMS IN EACH DIVISION  Registration: Teams must be registered by July 1, 2016 via the form available at www.PITAYES.com or with Melanie at trapmom@comcast.net - changes can be made up to this date.  Team competition will be based on Event 11 – the 1st 100 of the Championship Singles event.  One team member may shoot down and as many as want can shoot up meaning there can be one junior on a sub-junior team and any number of sub-juniors on a junior team.  Teams must have five members - no blind score will be used.  Team awards presentation Thursday afternoon.

INDIVIDUAL COMPETITION – Thur/Fri, Events #11 & #14: $6,000 in scholarship awards to the 15 top scoring JUNIOR and SUB JUNIOR contestants of the 200 target Championship Singles (Events 11 and 14). You are still eligible for scholarship money if you are over 17 and graduated from high school in 2016 but you need to identify yourself at the YES table prior to the start of Event 11.

Scholarship amounts awarded high gun as follows in each category: 1st $600, 2nd $500, 3rd $400, 4th $300, 5th $200, 6th-15th $100 each Scholarship certificates presented Friday at dinner. ~ ADDITIONAL SCHOLARSHIPS ~

PHIL SIMPSON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Donated by Todd & Lisa Simpson in memory of Phil Simpson

Ten additional individual scholarships of $100 each will be awarded to the top five JUNIOR and SUB JUNIOR shooters competing in the 200 target Championship Singles event. NOTE: To be eligible for a scholarship the contestant must have registered at least 200 PITA singles in the current year prior to July 28, 2016. ~58~


Y.E.S. is offering a new challenge to youth shooters. In addition to the scholarship’s you can win at the Grand Pacific, and some of the State/Provincial shoots, you can win more if you are an All Star….. If you’re placed on the Junior/Sub Junior teams, you will earn scholarship money as follows:  Team Captains (Junior & Sub-Junior) awarded $500 each.  Remaining 4 first team Juniors awarded $200 each.  Second team Juniors and remaining 4 Sub-Juniors awarded $100 each. PITA ALL STAR TEAM (see PITA Rulebook for any changes) At the end of the target year 11 five person PITA All Star Teams will be calculated. They will consist of, a top five team, two men’s teams, two ladies teams, a veteran team, a senior team, an elder team, two junior teams (under 18 at the beginning of the target year) and a sub-junior team (under 15 at the beginning of the target year). Members of the respective teams are required to have met the following minimum target requirements: Category  16 Yard  Handicap  Doubles  Review additional 1700  1700  1100    TOP TEAM-MEN criteria in the   VT-SR-EL-LD 1200  1200  600  Rulebook.   Juniors-Sub Juniors  1000  1000  500  Selection of the All Star Team is based on the shooter's ability as evidenced by their averages. The average is computed by dividing the sum of your singles average, handicap average and doubles average by three. Targets must include at least 100 singles, 100 handicap and 100 doubles each, shot at 5 different PITA hosted shoot locations. Cross registered targets shot at an ATA sanctioned event and submitted to the PITA will not be counted in the 5 club requirement for All Stars. All members of the respective teams are required to participate in the High All Around (200 Singles, 100 Handicap and 100 Doubles) events at a PITA State/Provincial shoot and the High All Around at the PITA Grand Pacific Championship or a combination of two PITA State/Provincial shoots. The Western Canadian Championships and the Canadian Championships (when held in BC as a PITA shoot) qualify as a Provincial shoot for this purpose. SCHOLARSHIPS ARE MADE POSSIBLE BY YOUR TAX DEDUCTIBLE DONATIONS. PLEASE CONSIDER A DONATION TO OUR SILENT AUCTION. CONTACT SUE FOR MORE INFORMATION: 541-258-8766. ~59~


SPONSORED BY GIG HARBOR SPORTSMAN’S CLUB  Open to the Champion and Lady Champion of the 2016 Singles Championship at State or Provincial tournaments registered with PITA. Should the winner not be in attendance the next highest scoring contestant may compete.  Competition will run concurrent with Event #11 - 1st half of the Championship Singles. Ties will be shot off following Thursday’s events.  Contestants are asked to assemble at under the Big Tent Thursday, 9:45 a.m., for a group photo and banner to be worn during the event.

BUCKLE TO CHAMPION AND CHAMPION LADY

~ Past Champion of Champions ~ Year:  1989  1990  1991  1992  1993  1994  1995  1996  1997  1998  1999  2000  2001  2002  2003  2004  2005  2006  2007  2008  2009  2010  2011  2012  2013  2014  2015 

                                                     

Champion: Ken Jones, WA  Gene Harrison, OR  Les Jones, NV  Bob Thruston, NV  John J Jones, NV  Jack Elkins, NV  Mel Helm, CA  Matt March, ID  Jack Elkins, NV  Charles Woodruff, ID  Daro Handy, OR  Jim Harrison, OR  Mel Helm, CA  Jared Davies, BC  Jared Davies, BC  Rick Kobayashi, OR  Marvin Sims, WA  Gary Shepherd, WA  Stubby Hughes, AK  Tom Gray, WA  Tyler Stein, CA  Dave Kelly, CA  Andrew Blore, AK  Randy Long, OR  Derek Whitten, NV  T.J. Main, WA  Jim Warn, OR 

Lady:   Cheryl Franklin‐Miller, ID  Carol Barnes, CA  Terry Davies, BC  Betty Phipps, WA  Liz Harris, ID  Liz Harris, ID    Betty Phipps, WA  Betty Phipps, WA  Sue Brayman, ID  Kristi Williams, WA  Teresa Kohn, WA  Laura Winkel, WA  Jodeen Jordan, ID  Jodeen Jordan, ID  Sharee Waldron, OR  Jennifer Carter (Smith), OR  Jennifer Carter, OR  Gwen Campbell, WA  Gwen Campbell, WA  Katelyn Bonn, OR  Gwen Campbell, WA  Jennifer Anex, WA  Julie Spindler, OR  Sharon Graham, OR  Nicole Harris, CA  AnnieLaurie Alkire, CA  Jodie Ann Thomson, BC  ~60~


GIG HARBOR SPORTSMEN’S CLUB 9721 Burnham Drive NW Gig Harbor, WA 98332 www.sportsmans-club.org UPCOMING 2016 PITA REGISTERED SHOOT

April 16th September 23rd, 24th & 25th ATA cross registration offered

Gig Harbor Sportsmen’s Club offers  7 Trap Fields  5-Stand and Duck Tower  Rifle & Pistol Range to 100 yards

Call the club for hours of operation (253) 858-9023

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THURSDAY - JULY 28, 2016

Starting Time 10:00 a.m.

EVENT #11- GRAND PACIFIC SINGLES CHAMPIONSHIP 1ST HALF - 100 16 Yard Targets

DAILY FEE (collected on first event entered each day) ...................................... $3.00 ENTRY................................................................................................. $32.00 $1,500 ADDED MONEY - SPLIT HIGH GUN SYSTEM $250 TO EACH OF 6 CLASSES – AAA, AA, A, B, C, D $100-$75-$50-$25 EACH CLASS

HIGH ALL AROUND LEWIS PURSE .................................... $40.00 The Lewis Purse is calculated on the combined scores of events #11, #14, #16 & #17, paid 4 groups – 40/30/20/10 percentage.

CASH PURSE 200 (Events #11 & #14 combined).................................. $15.00 Divided 1 pay each 5 entries – High Gun - Each class shoots for its own money

LEWIS PURSE Paid 5 divisions-100% ................................................ $10.00 RCBS reloading press option .......................................................... $10.00 A number will be drawn from 0-9, inclusive. If you shoot a score ending in the number drawn, you will be in a sliding "miss & out" shoot off for a RCBS reloading press (on display at the handicap table). The shoot off will start at the 18 yard line. Additional rounds, if needed, will move back one yard. The shoot off will immediately follow the day’s regular program shoot offs. Watch the ‘LUCKY NUMBER BOARD’ for draw score.

TROPHIES awarded on total 200 targets – Events #11 & #14, see pg 70.

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Stop by our booth at the Grand Pacific. ~63~


THURSDAY - JULY 28, 2016

Following event #11

EVENT #12-TrapShootingUSA HANDICAP ~ ‘GRAND 7’ EVENT ~

100 Handicap Targets

TrapShootingUSA Magazine is the proud sponsor of this event. Reporter Al Hague will be covering the event. Be sure to pick up a complimentary copy of the magazine at their table.

$1750 ADDED MONEY - SPLIT HIGH GUN SYSTEM $350 TO EACH YARDAGE GROUP 19-20½, 21-22½, 23-24½, 25-26½, 27

$140-$105-$70-$35 EACH GROUP DAILY FEE (collected on first event entered each day) ........................... $3.00 ENTRY ................................................................................... $32.00 CASH PURSE Each yardage group shoots for its own money ................ $15.00 One pay each 7 entries - High Gun TRAP OPTIONS Percentage System $3.00 EACH 25 Divided 60/40% ................................................... $12.00 $5.00 EACH OF THREE 50s Divided 50/30/20% ........................... $15.00 LEWIS PURSE Paid 5 divisions-100% ........................................... $10.00

GRAND MAGNUMS Paid 50%-see details on page 24 ................... $12.00 WEST COAST SHOT OPTION ............................................ $5.00 A number will be drawn from 0 to 9, inclusive. If you play this option and shoot a score ending in the number drawn you will be in a miss & out shoot off for 50#s of West Coast Shot, donated by West Coast Shot. This shoot off will follow the day’s shoot offs. Watch the ‘Lucky Number Board’ for draw #.

Trophies: CHAMPION, RUNNER-UP, WINNER OF EACH YARDAGE GROUP 19-20½, 21-22½, 23-24½, 25-26½, 27 LADY, VETERAN, SENIOR, ELDER, JUNIOR, SUB-JUNIOR & LADY JR/SJ (combined)

Rod Island from CA handcrafted the clocks awarded in this event. The wood for these clocks was generously donated by Mike Mann, White Creek Gunstock Blanks. Thank you ~64~

John Adams 2015 clock winner


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THURSDAY - JULY 28, 2016

Following event #12

EVENT #13– REGISTERED 28 GAUGE DOUBLES 25 pair of doubles

              Honoring the 2015 Doubles Champion Dave Wade  Sponsored by Browning, Briley, White Flyer & Shoot To Win Gear  DAILY FEE (collected on first event entered each day) ....................................... $3.00 ENTRY - includes a chance to win a Browning Citori 725 - 20 ga .... $15.00 LEWIS PURSE .............................................................................. $10.00 Paid one group each 5 entries/maximum 3 groups - 60/40% high gun

BRILEY TUBE TO CHAMPION, SHOOT TO WIN CLEANING KIT TO RUNNER UP. WHITE FLYER TROPHIES TO EACH CLASS - AA, A, B, C, D More registered Sub-Gauge information on page 54 28 GAUGE SINGLES - WEDNESDAY AFTER EVENT 9 HOA CHAMPION WINS A TUBE SET, HOA RUNNER UP WINS A SHOOT TO WIN CLEANING KIT. WHITE FLYER TROPHIES TO EACH CLASS.

For the name of your nearest White Flyer Distributor call: EAST: 800-423-6077 CENTRAL: 800-647-2898 WEST: 800-872-7888 or contact:

Bill Daniels, Western Sales Manager

Office: 702-869-6577 Mobile: 702-769-0875 Fax: 702-869-6344 email: bdaniels@reagentchemical.com ~66~


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PLAN TO ATTEND THE 2016 PITA HALL OF FAME INDUCTION CEREMONY Thursday, July 28th – 7:00 p.m.

CONGRATULATIONS 2016 INDUCTEES Ron Scondo, Dick Siemens & Fred Coulson & 2015 Inductee Marvin Loy Appetizers, Wine & Dessert will be served Tickets available at the Hall of Fame Table - $10 Includes a Commemorative Hall of Fame Wine Glass

HALL OF FAME SILENT AUCTION To donate items for the HOF Auction, please contact any Hall of Fame Committee member:  Robert Kennedy (OR) 541-359-5275  Bud Graham (OR) 541-536-2739  Mike Armstrong (CA) 707-826-7575  Kent Harris (ID) 208-345-0711  Geoff Fern (BC) 250-446-2562  Don Porfily (OR) 541-749-0928  Ron Stubbings (BC) 250-595-7075 Starts Monday, July 25th Bidding will stop at noon Thursday the 28th

 HALL OF FAME DONATIONS ARE TAX DEDUCTIBLE  Submission of inductees must be received no later than November 1st to be considered for induction in 2017 or in the future. Forms are available online at www.pitahof.com, from any committee member or from the address below. Robert Kennedy, 3355 Delta Hwy, Eugene OR 97408

VISIT the HALL OF FAME WEBSITE www.pitahof.com

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FRIDAY - JULY 29, 2016

Starting Time 10:00 a.m.

EVENT #14 GRAND PACIFIC SINGLES CHAMPIONSHIP sponsored by Rio Ammunition 2nd HALF - 100 16 Yard Targets

DAILY FEE (collected on first event entered each day) ...................................... $3.00 ENTRY ....................................................................................... $32.00 $1,500 ADDED MONEY - SPLIT HIGH GUN SYSTEM $250 TO EACH OF 6 CLASSES – AAA, AA, A, B, C, D $100-$75-$50-$25 EACH CLASS LEWIS PURSE Paid 5 Classes-100%............................................... $ 10.00 Trophies: CHAMPION ($10 gold piece), RUNNER UP, WINNER & RUNNER UP EACH CLASS AAA-AA-A-B-C-D, LADY, VETERAN, SENIOR, ELDER, CHAIR, JUNIOR, LADY JUNIOR, SUB-JUNIOR & LADY SUB-JR BOB ALLEN SHOOTING BAG AWARDED TO EACH MEMBER OF THE STATE/PROVINCIAL CHAMPION TEAM PROVIDED BY BOB ALLEN/BOYT HARNESS - SEE PAGE 28 FOR MORE INFO

DON’T MISS THE FUN TONIGHT

Tri-Tip Dinner starting at 5:30 followed by SPECIAL EVENT

ENTER BY 5:00 PM EVENT AT 7:00 PM

Join the fun under the big tent…..

don@customearprotection.com customearprotection.com P.O. Box 10829 ● Oakland, CA 94610 ~70~


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FRIDAY - JULY 29, 2016

Following event #14

~ ‘GRAND 7’ EVENT ~ EVENT #15 – WHITE FLYER HANDICAP - 100 Handicap Targets DAILY FEE (collected on first event entered each day) ...................................... $3.00 ENTRY ....................................................................................... $32.00 $1,750 ADDED - SPLIT HIGH GUN SYSTEM $350 TO EACH YARDAGE GROUP 19-20½, 21-22½, 23-24½, 25-26½, 27 4 pays: $140-$105-$70-$35 EACH GROUP

CASH PURSE Each yardage group shoots for its own money ..................... $15.00 One pay each 7 entries - High Gun TRAP OPTIONS Percentage System $3.00 each 25 Divided 60/40% ........................................................ $12.00 $5.00 each of three 50s Divided 50/30/20% ....................................... $15.00

LEWIS PURSE Paid 5 divisions-100% .............................................. $10.00 GRAND MAGNUMS Paid 50% (details page 24) .............................. $12.00 WEST COAST SHOT OPTION ........................................................... $5.00 A number will be drawn from 0 to 9, inclusive. If you play this option and shoot a score ending in the number drawn you will be in a miss & out shoot off for 50#s of West Coast Shot, donated by West Coast Shot. This shoot off follows the day’s shoot offs.

THE 30 TROPHIES FOR THIS EVENT ARE GENEROUSLY PROVIDED BY WHITE FLYER TARGETS CHAMPION, RUNNER-UP WINNER OF EACH STATE/PROVINCE AK, AZ, BC, CA, CO, HI, ID, NV, OR & WA WINNER OF EACH YARDAGE - 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26 & 27 LADY, VETERAN, SENIOR, ELDER, CHAIR JUNIOR, LADY JUNIOR, SUB-JUNIOR & LADY SUB-JUNIOR Trophies will be awarded in the following order: 1st place State/Province, Yardage & Special Category All ties other than Champion and Runner-Up will be determined by sub event scores and long run. THE CHAMPION’S NAME WILL BE ENGRAVED ON THE WHITE FLYER HANDICAP PERPETUAL TROPHY ~72~


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SATURDAY - JULY 30, 2016

Start Time: 10:00 A.M.

EVENT #16- RCBS GRAND PACIFIC DOUBLES CHAMPIONSHIP 50 Pair Doubles (100 Targets)

RCBS is the proud sponsor of the 2016 PITA Championship Doubles. RCBS offers a complete line of reloading equipment. DAILY FEE (collected on first event entered each day) .............................. $3.00 ENTRY ..................................................................................... $32.00 $2000 ADDED MONEY - SPLIT HIGH GUN SYSTEM $400 TO EACH OF 5 CLASSES AA, A, B, C, D $160-$120-$80-$40 EACH CLASS

PURSE ..................................................................................... $15.00 Each class shoots for its own money-High Gun System-One pay each 7 entries LEWIS PURSE Paid 5 divisions-100% ............................................................. $10.00

Trophies: CHAMPION ($10 gold piece), RUNNER UP, WINNER & RUNNER UP EACH CLASS AA-A-B-C-D LADY, VETERAN, SENIOR, ELDER, CHAIR, JUNIOR, LADY JUNIOR, SUB-JUNIOR & LADY SUB-JUNIOR

Get your MEGA raffle Tickets….. Drawings Start Tuesday Win Multiple Times With Only One Ticket! WIN RCBS items….. on display at the handicap table…

donated by RCBS

2016 WINTER MULTIPLEX October 1 or 2 November 5 or 6 December 3 or 4 January 7 or 8 February 4 or 5 ~74~

50 SINGLES 50 HANDICAP 50 DOUBLES LEWIS TROPHY $$ Is your club registered for this fun event?


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SATURDAY - JULY 30, 2016

Following event # 16

~ ‘GRAND 7’ EVENT ~

EVENT #17

BROWNING GRAND PACIFIC HANDICAP CHAMPIONSHIP 100 Handicap Targets

DAILY FEE (collected on first event entered each day) ...................................... $3.00 ENTRY................................................................................................. $32.00 Browning donated an additional BT99 again this year. Everyone shooting this event will be entered in a random drawing to win. Those who shot the Championship Handicap event at any State/Provincial Shoot will receive additional entries. $3,250 ADDED MONEY - SPLIT HIGH GUN SYSTEM $650 TO EACH YARDAGE GROUP 19-20½, 21-22½, 23-24½, 25-26½, 27 6 pays: $190-$130-$100-$85-$75-$70 EACH GROUP

CASH PURSE Each yardage group shoots for its own money ....................... $15.00 One pay each 7 entries - High Gun TRAP OPTIONS Percentage System $3.00 each 25 Divided 60/40% ............................................................... $12.00 $5.00 each of three 50s Divided 50/30/20% ........................................... $15.00 LEWIS PURSE Paid 5 divisions-100% ................................................ $10.00 GRAND MAGNUMS Paid 50% (details page 24) ...................................... $12.00

BROWNING OPTION ......................................................................... $10.00 Browning has generously donated a Citori 725 shotgun for this option. Every contestant entering the Browning option is eligible to win. A number will be drawn between 0 and 9, inclusive. If your score ends in the # drawn you are in the shoot off Saturday afternoon.

SPECIAL EVENT (starts Friday evening 7:00 p.m. sharp).................................. $10.00 Shooters who wish to enter the “special event” must be entered in Event #17 no later than 5:00 p.m., Friday July 29. See posting at the cashier window for additional information.

Trophies: CHAMPION ($10 gold piece), RUNNER UP, WINNER OF EACH YARDAGE GROUP 19-20½, 21-22½, 23-24½, 25-26½, 27 LADY, VETERAN, SENIOR, ELDER, CHAIR, JUNIOR, LADY JUNIOR, SUB-JUNIOR &LADY SUB-JUNIOR ~76~


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HIGH OVER ALL

sponsored by Americase Events #4-17 – excluding #10 and #13 (1200 targets)

Trophies: CHAMPION ~ (1881-1907 $10 gold piece) AMERICASE to winner of each class AAA-AA-A-B-C-D LADY, VETERAN, SENIOR, ELDER, JUNIOR & SUB-JUNIOR ‘GRAND 7’ HANDICAP GIVEAWAY………….Free Entry Shoot all seven handicap events and you are eligible to win one of three great prizes. See all the details on page 2 of this program.

HIGH ALL AROUND LEWIS…..Entry $40

Enter this option before the start of Event #11 – Thurs morning!

The Lewis Purse is calculated on the combined scores of events #11, #14, #16 & #17, paid 4 groups – 40/30/20/10 percentage.

CALLING ALL NON‐WINNING LADIES!!    

WIN THIS JEWELRY BOX   

          ATTEND THE MISS & OUT SHOOTOFF    SATURDAY JULY 30TH AT 9:00 A.M.                       TRAP R1  Thank you Lee Bailey for crafting   and donating this beautiful item. ~78~


GERALD SMALLWOOD LOGGING, INC. 582 E. Scott Creek Road Tidewater, OR 97390-9643 (541) 528-3852

“GOOD LUCK SHOOTERS”

PELICAN TRACTOR COMPANY PLATT EQUIPMENT CO INC 5629 SOUTH SIXTH STREET - PO BOX 5077 KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON 97601 (541) 882-8809 • (800) 884-8102 ~79~


DAN ORLICH HIGH ALL AROUND CHAMPIONSHIP SPONSORED BY P.I.T.A. HALL OF FAME

Visit the Hall of Fame room at Evergreen Sportsmen’s Club On July 20th, 1969 Dan Orlich won The Grand Pacific High All Around Championship with a perfect score of 400 X 400. This was accomplished at the PITA Grand Pacific Trapshooting Tournament hosted by Harold's Trapshooting Club in Reno, Nevada. Dan is the first shooter in trapshooting history to post a perfect 400 X 400.

Trophies: HAA CHAMPION ~ (1881-1907 $10 gold piece) HIGH ALL AROUND AAA, AA, A, B, C, D LADY, VETERAN, SENIOR, ELDER, CHAIR, JUNIOR AND SUB-JUNIOR CHAMPIONS EVENTS 11, 14, 16 & 17 (400 Targets)

D L Precision Krieghoff Authorized Repair Center

Dan Lammers Shop Mobile 530-275-5970 623-521-9583 dlprecision@netzero.com P.O. Box 491528 Redding, CA 96049 FFL 9-68-02753 Clay Target Competition Service & Release Triggers Adj. Combs, Porting, Recoil Reduction Systems Stock Bending & Leather Covered Pads

TWO IN A FAMILY – (EV 11, 14 & 17 - 300 targets)  Trophies will be awarded to the highest Two-In-A-Family (Husband/Wife not eligible).  Shooters must register at MEMBER SERVICES prior to the start of event 11 to be eligible.

HUSBAND AND WIFE – (EV 11, 14 & 17 - 300 targets)

sponsored by Boulder Trap Club

 A trophy will be awarded to the highest Husband and Wife  Shooters must register at MEMBER SERVICES prior to the start of event 11 to be eligible. ~80~


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SPECIAL AWARDS & DONATIONS WHITE FLYER TARGETS In Addition To Sponsoring The Trophies For Event #15 Providing Targets For The Kick-Eez Buddy Backer And Registered Sub-Gauge Events. They Have Generously Provided Shade Cover For Your Comfort And A Perpetual Trophy Engraved With The White Flyer Handicap Champion’s Name. PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA Perpetual Trophy. The Grand Pacific High Over All Champion's Name Will Be Engraved On This Trophy. WEST COAST SHOT MANUFACTURING Has Donated 1,000 Lbs. Of Shot To Be Awarded As Trophies In Event #1, Merchandise Option Of Event #9 Prizes And In Various Events And Drawings Throughout The Week. NORTHWEST SHOT Has Donated 1000 Lbs. Of Shot. 250 Lbs Is Awarded In The GRAND 7 (FREE ENTRY), 250 Lbs. Will Be Prizes For Event 4, 100 Lbs. Is Awarded In The Merchandise Option Of Event #9. The Remaining Will Be Awarded In Various Events And Drawings Throughout The Week. NUMEROUS DONATIONS Have Been Made To The PITA Junior/Sub Junior Program. Thank You For Your Support. Please See The Bulletin Board At The Y~E~S Hall Of Fame Table For More Information. Y~E~S Donations Are Tax Deductible; Just Ask For A Receipt At The Time Of Donating. Please Thank Melanie Foster, Y-E-S Chairperson And Her Committee For Their Endless Hours of Dedication To The Y~E~S Program And Silent Auction. If You Are Interested In Helping With The Program Please Contact Melanie Or Sue. DONATIONS Have Been Made To PITA Fund Raising Projects. Thanks To Browning, Lucky Eagle Casino & Hotel, Soft Touch, Cabela’s, West Coast Shot, Pampered Chef, RCBS, Connie’s, Northwest Shot, Shoot To Win Gear, Down Range Wads, WonGen Café And Shotgun Sports. Please See The List Of Additional Sponsors At the Mega Raffle Display Area. REGISTRATION CERTIFICATE:

This certifies that the Evergreen Sportsmen’s Club is authorized to hold the 2016 Grand Pacific Trapshooting Tournament July 23-30, 2016. PITA rules will govern this tournament and all scores will be included in the official record. All scores may be cross registered with the ATA upon payment of all applicable fees and subject to all rules in the Cross Register Letter of Agreement. /s/ Michelle Wade, PITA Secretary

PROGRAM CHANGES The PITA reserves the right to change this program in whole or in part as may become necessary. Any and all changes will be posted at the cashier window.

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TROPHY DONATIONS

Have Been Made By The Following Members: P.I.T.A. would like to offer a huge round of applause to these members and others that may have contributed after this program printed. Their donations have allowed us to maintain the trophy package and added money for this year’s tournament. Please thank the clubs, shooters and businesses listed in the program – let them know they are appreciated. Additional sponsors will be posted at the trophy case.

Marv & Barbara Sims, WA Dan, Bev & Parker Glaves, AK John & Kristen Webb, OR Bert Manuel, CA Gerald Wigren, WA Harley Lekvold, ID Marvin Loy, OR Lance Howard, CA Rusty Bunn, WA Ron Veatch, ID Bill Timmer, CA Chuck Curtis & Virginia Bonser, OR

Dave Dexheimer, OR Bill Bryant, CA Rod & Beckie Island, CA Lee Bailey, WA Tom Wondrash, WI Robert White, BC Mike Mann, OR Wayne Ottem, WA Carlos Dominguez, OR Chuck Wilson, OR Jim & Susa Rankhorn Kay Ohye & friends of Marian Pinnell

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------VENDORS & INDUSTRY REPRESENTATIVES ~ FREE non-power vendor space. Contact the PITA office to reserve, 541-258-8766 or sue@shootpita.com. If you need power please call as pricing options vary. All vendors contacting the PITA office before June will be listed in our June eNews publication. TROPHY PHOTOS ~ Syd Myers & Beckie Island will be distributing trophies and taking photos this year. Hours are posted at the trophy case. Avoid the last minute lines by claiming your trophies daily. PITA wishes to thank them for their assistance with this task.

Kevin Lewis ~ 402-463-3415 sales@downrangemfg.com

http://downrangemfg.com/ ~83~


Come visit us!

Website: newmanswamprats.com

1204 Hills Ferry Road Newman CA 95360 (209) 862-2838

2016 PITA SHOOT January 23-24, 2016 (Series) November 12-13, 2016 (Series) Email: newmanswamprats@gmail.com

GOOD LUCK SHOOTERS!

Mendocino County’s Premier Shooting Range Since 1945 (NRA Affiliated)   

Trap Shooting, Jr. Trap Program, Hunter Safety Classes,   Cowboy Action Shooting, International Defensive Pistol Association,  Frontloader Shooting, Outdoor Rifle & Pistol Ranges, CCW Classes   

Future PITA Shoots:   February 20/21/2016 & October 15/16 2016 (Toys 4 Tots)  www.ukiahgunclub.com 

Upcoming 2016 Shoots:  Easter Grand - March 26th (ATA)  Firecracker 400 - July 2nd & 3rd (Non Registered)  PITA Series Shoot - August 27th & 28th Club Shoots Every 3rd Saturday - Feb / Nov. 5 Stand, Bunker, Skeet, ZZ Bird & Trap Martinez Gun Club Takes Care Of The Shooters! www.martinezgunclub.net ~84~


Open every Thursday afternoon & Sunday!   

ENJOY A  NATIVE AMERICAN  SALMON BAKE   Lucky Eagle   Casino & Hotel chefs  will be at the   Grand Pacific   Tuesday and Thursday  DON’T MISS IT!

35305 Highway 20 SE  Albany, Oregon  (only 4 miles east of I‐5‐exit 233) 

541‐928‐5003  

Join us for our PITA Shoots  April 8‐10, 2016  July 15‐17, 2016  Friday-Oregon Doubles Classic, Sat-S/H/D, Sun-S/H

Add a new club! Stop here on your way to the Grand Pacific RV parking (no hook-ups)

GOOD LUCK SHOOTERS Come visit us in Arizona for the 2017 season.

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Nanaimo and District Fish and Game Protective Association Invites you to the

“Summer Classic” Join us for the Summer Classic and then travel South Contact: and shoot the Western Canadian, a PITA Major shoot. Jack Gilmour Summer Classic June 25th and 26th 250-758-5302 April 10th VISL and July 10th, The VISL Championship! fishyjack@shaw.ca

Victoria Fish and Game Protective Association 216 acres of shooting bliss! Website: http://www.vfgpa.org 700 Holker Place. VICTORIA BC Our dates for 2016 - March 20, May 29, VISL’S Club Manager: 250-858-8342 - August 12, 13 & 14, 500 Birds For shoot Inquiries Contact: - September 18, 300 Birds ANDRE DESAUTELS Phone: (250) 701-5468 We offer not only trap but Email: trap@vfgpa.org skeet and 5-stand as well!

South Vancouver Island Rangers Contact: Trap Chair, Bill Wishart Tel: 250-478-2160 3498 Luxton Road, Victoria, BC

Home of the “Western Canadian” Our shoot dates: The Western Canadian The Mike Kilgour Memorial

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February 14th VISL April 24th, VISL July 1st, 2nd and 3rd October 22nd and 23rd


Everyone likes to SAVE money $$$ & WIN!

Order your 2016 PITA Averages & History Book at the Grand Pacific (save postage) and be entered in a drawing to win a bag of shot. Details at MEMBER SERVICES inside the clubhouse. Drawing Saturday, July 30th at 1:00 .

VANCOUVER GUN CLUB 7340 SIDAWAY ROAD, RICHMOND, BC V6W 1B8, CANADA (604) 278-0832 info@vancouvergunclub.ca â–Ş www.vancouvergunclub.ca 2016 SCHEDULE: (cross registration offered at all shoots) March 5-6 (PITA) March 26-27 (PITA) April 15 (BC-Dbls) (PITA) April 16-17 (PITA) April 24 (ATA) June 5 (ATA) June 10 (BC-Dbls) (PITA) June 11-12 (PITA) ~87~

July 15-17 (ATA BC Prov) August 4-7 (PITA) Vancouver City Championships August 19 (BC-Dbls) (PITA) August 20-21 (PITA) Sept 9 (BC-Dbls) (PITA) Sept 10-11 (PITA)


Advertise your club or business at the Grand Pacific! Buy a gate sign at the trap of your choice! For details - contact Jim Rankhorn 425-330-2864 Thanks for the support: WSPITA, BCTA, Jim & Susa Rankhorn, Portland Gun Club, SoftTouch and Casa Grande Trap & Skeet

DEL NORTE ROD & GUN CLUB 1½ miles up Rowdy Creek Road, Smith River, CA

Please join us for the following 2016 shoots: JANUARY 8-10 (Crab Buckle)  JUNE 4-5 (series) AUGUST 6-7 (stop on your way home from the Grand Pacific) OCTOBER 8-9 RV PARKING - BREAKFAST – LUNCH - DINNER peaceful redwood setting along Rowdy Creek Visit Hazel Griffith at the Grand Pacific for more information For club information and program contact: Steve Bigham  PO Box 814  Crescent City, CA 95531 (707) 464-6552  Email: bighamsj@aol.com ~88~


2016 SHOOTS ID PITA HANDICAP MARATHON - May 14 ATA STATE SHOOT - May 27-30 PITA STATE SHOOT - June 3-5 SILVER BUCKLE SHOOT - June 18-19 ATA WESTERN ZONE - July 14-17 THE GUN SHOOT - August 11-14 ATA - August 27-28 At the GUN SHOOT 11 Weatherby rifles will be given away on draw scores. Seven Ruger rifles will be awarded in the handicap events Sat. and Sun.

*14 Trap Fields (4 lighted) *12 Automatic Traps *All Voice Release

*Large A/C Clubhouse *Food Served Daily *White Flyer Targets

www.pocatellotrapclub.com Contact: Randy Adams 208-251-2288 Local motels and lodging 877-922-7659 Pocatello Trap Club is located 8 miles West of Pocatello. Take the Airport exit 56, turn toward the airport and follow the signs to the Trap Club Remember: The Wind is your friend!

How many State/Provincial Championship Handicaps did you shoot in 2016? Each one shot gives you a chance to win a BT99 if you shoot Ev #17 at the Grand Pacific ‌. compliments of Browning!! (details page 76)

Come join us for the

7th Annual Colorado

P.I.T.A. State Shoot! June 3-5, 2016

www.pawneesports.com 970-482-7574 Office/Info Line 970-656-3855 Trap/Skeet/Clays Range 970-656-3851 Rifle/Pistol Range ~89~


PITA Shoots: 2/21/16, 5/22/16 & 11/6/16 ATA Shoots: 7/2-3/16, 9/11/16 Hours of Operation Wednesday: 12 N to 9 PM  Sunday: 12 N to 5 PM Amenities • Clubhouse  • 52 RV spaces, power, water  • 14 trap fields, 4 skeet fields  2350 E Kuna Mora Road   Kuna ID, 83634  209-342-0892

www.boisegunclub.com

TWIN FALLS GUN CLUB 230 Federation Road, Twin Falls, Idaho 83301 Open 10 AM Thurs & Sunday until the last shooter leaves! 9 trap fields - 1 skeet field - clubhouse with café - 24 RV spaces 2016 PITA SCHEDULE: April 3: Doubles Marathon April 16-17: SRTA Shoot June 25-26: Canyon Classic September 17: Harvest Shoot June 27-28: Shooter Appreciation Shoot Cross registration with ATA offered

Jeff Scott: 208-308-8341 www.tfgunclub.qwestoffice.net

Club: 208-734-0639

e-mail: tfgunclub@cableone.net

CALDWELL GUN CLUB 21840 POND LANE - CALDWELL, IDAHO

“Where the weather is nice and the people are friendly.” 2016 PITA SHOOT DATES:

   

February 6 May 7 Summer/Winter Multiplex November 5

Lyle Feely: 208-870-3656  Gun Club: 208-459-2616 ~90~


Winnemucca Trap Club P.O. BOX 1413, WINNEMUCCA, NV 89446 3 miles out East 2nd Street

MARK YOUR CALENDER  March 12 - PITA Doubles Marathon  September 10 & 11 - PITA Shoot

Information: Tammy Mariluch 775-623-4976 7 PAT traps with voice releases Todd DeLong 775-623-8677 e-mail: spiderwoman222@hotmail.com

PITA shoots: April 17, May 13-15 (NV State Shoot), Nov 12 & 13 (Basque Shoot)

picture your club here!!

The special gun club advertising rate of $100 will place  your club information in the annual Averages & History  Book and the Grand Pacific Tournament program.    For more information contact the PITA office.  ~91~


Myrtle Point Sportsmen’s Club 95414 Sitkum Lane Myrtle Point, Oregon 541-572-5332 4 traps Open Thursdays from 3 to 9 p.m. And every 3rd Sunday from 10 a.m.-2 p.m.

Upcoming PITA shoots: ▪ May 21-22, 2016 ▪ August 20-21, 2016

HILLSBORO TRAP & SKEET CLUB    

PITA Shoots March 11th - 13th St Patty’s Day Shoot June 10th - 12th Morlan Memorial Shoot July 1th - 4th Firecracker Shoot Sept 9th - 11th Nut Shoot

Club Location 33295 NW Wren Road, Hillsboro, OR 97124 503-648-2972 www.hillsborotrapandskeet.com ~92~


BEND TRAP CLUB Trap ~ Skeet ~ 5-Stand 29753 E. Highway 20 ~ Bend, OR 97701 Plan to attend our 2016 PITA shoots: ~ June 24-26 ~ August 5-7

 10 Trap Fields  2 Skeet Fields  60 RV spaces  5-Stand

For club information call: Gregg Winebarger 541-771-6292

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www.bendtrapclub.com

BKS SPORTSMEN’S CLUB

PO Box 1372, 92411 Abbott Rd., Astoria, OR 97103

2016 PITA SHOOT CALENDAR

FEB 20, MAY 13-14, & AUGUST 5-6 NOV CLASSIC” - call for date; Handicap only

HOLIDAY

SHOOTS:

(THE SUNDAY BEFORE EASTER, THANKSGIVING & CHRISTMAS)

PRACTICE EVERY SUNDAY AT 11:00 AM

Located 21 miles west of Clatskanie, OR on Hwy 30 (near Astoria) (Or ¼ mile east of Knappa Junction); at end of Abbott Rd.

   

INFO: 503-325-4549, 503-298-4909 or 503-458-6878  

COME AND SEE HOW GOOD YOU REALLY ARE!!

Come visit the scenic Klamath Basin and enjoy the friendly hospitality of the

Klamath Gun Club  

PITA SHOOTS:  April 29-May 1, 2016 (magnum)  August 12-14, 2016 (magnum)

For Programs & Information Contact: Ron Johnson  (541) 882-8809 Club Phone (541) 883-1872 Klamath Gun Club  PO Box 1011  Klamath Falls, OR 97601 ~93~ 


GRANITE FALLS SPORTSMEN’S CLUB 20319 Gun Club Rd, Granite Falls, 98252 Phone: (360) 691-5162

 Trap (singles, doubles, handicap & continental)  All traps are wheelchair accessible  Club House w/ Kitchen (events only)  Registered & Fun Shoots  Open to the public

www.gfsclub.com

P.I.T.A. SHOOTS May 7-8, 2016 - Buckle Shoot June 11, 2016 Check our website for… Handicap Series Ironman–Sept. 18, 2016 Turkey Shoots-Sunday before Easter and Thanksgiving

Public Trapshooting Hours: Tuesday: 12 pm-3 pm Wednesday: 6 pm-10 pm Saturday: 11 am-3 pm Sunday (2nd & 4th): 11 am-3 pm

UPCOMING PITA SHOOTS: June 4-5, 2016 (magnum) August 19-21, 2016 (magnum) Club located at: 34862 Black Diamond-Enumclaw Rd. Club: 360-886-8047 info@blackdiamondgunclub.org Club website: www.blackdiamondgunclub.org Contact: Jim 425-864-3037 Jim.b@superiorsteel.com

SEATTLE SKEET & TRAP THE NORTHWEST’S GROWING CLAY TARGET FACILITY! “SPRING OF 2014, NEW PAT TRAPS & PRO-MATIC SKEET MACHINES INSTALLED”

KING COUNTY SHOOTING SPORTS PARK 26520 292ND AVE SE, RAVENSDALE, WA 98051 (425) 413-1421  WWW.SSTCLUB.COM

PITA SHOOTS: MARCH 19 & 20, SEPT 10 & 11 MAGNUMS AT BOTH EVENTS

PROGRAMS/INFORMATION: MIKE MUSGA (253) 569-6828 ~94~


Sumner Sportsmen’s Association 15711 96th St East • Puyallup, WA • 98372 PO Box 988 • Sumner, WA 98390 253-848-9519 • sumnertrap@hotmail.com www.sumnertrap.org

Trap & 5-Stand Special shoots, PITA and Sporting Clays

COME TO OUR PITA SHOOT August 27 & 28, 2016 ~ magnums For program/shoot information contact Rodger 253-732-3091

KENMORE SHOOTING RANGE 1031 228TH SW • Bothell, WA • 98021 OWNED AND OPERATED BY THE WILDLIFE COMMITTEE OF WASHINGTON

We invite you to our PITA shoots April 10 & May 14 Shoot information – contact Nathan Ware (425) 766-1419 OPEN TO THE PUBLIC – NEW MEMBERS ARE WELCOME! RANGE OFFICE (425) 481-8686 / SHOTGUN (425) 481-8685 VISIT OUR WEBSITE: KenmoreRange.com or wcwinc.org

67th ANNUAL BIG YAK BLANKET SHOOT September 17-18, 2016 Magnums both days ~ 500 Registered Targets Saturday: BBQ Potluck ~ Poker Sunday: Blanket Shoot

SPRING PITA SHOOT: March 26, 2016 (magnums) Sponsored by: Yakima Valley Sportsman’s Association 441 East Pomona Road Shoot program/information: Call Paul 509-945-0604 WWW.YVSA.net Mail: PO Box 1542, Yakima, WA 98907 ~95~


OLD SKAGIT GUN CLUB 14933 Josh Wilson Road, Burlington, WA ▪ (360) 757-4326 PITA Registered Shoots: December ▪ March ▪ June ▪ July (Doubles) ▪ September ▪ October (Doubles) (See PITA website for dates, multiplex, and programs) Buddy Backer: September: Two 60-bird Backer events (Same weekend as September PITA) FUN SHOOTS HELD THROUGHOUT THE YEAR! Winter Series: Two 50-bird Handicaps 1st Saturday Oct., Nov., Dec., Jan., Feb., March Practice Tuesday & Thursday 5:30 p.m. Saturday 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Call or email for more information on any of our activities! Email: oldskagit@yahoo.com

BREMERTON TRAP & SKEET 4956 State Highway #3 SW  Bremerton, WA 98312 We would like to invite everyone to join us for the Gold Mountain Open! Good luck to all the shooters and clubs in the upcoming target year!

Trap Chairman: John Mullins Phone: 360-620-5915 Email: jtexpres@hotmail.com

Shoot Dates: May 21 - May 22 (Magnums) Winter Multiplex

SPOKANE GUN CLUB 19615 E Sprague Ave  Greenacres, WA 99016

Hosting the PITA Harvest Grand September 30-October 2, 2016 Club phone: (509) 926-6505 Email: information@spokanegunclub.org www.spokanegunclub.org Open: Wednesday, Saturday, Sunday & more Visit our Website for Details ~96~


GRAND PACIFIC CHAMPIONS SINGLES PAST CHAMPIONS 1931 Frank M. Troeh, Portland, OR....................... 197x200 1932 E. W. Renfro, Dell, MT .................................. 198x200 1933-36 .............................................................. No Record 1937 E. Carsten, Sr., Camino, CA ......................... 199x200 1938 Ernest Carsten, Jr., Camino, CA................... 200x200 1939 Frank Troeh, Portland, OR............................ 198x200 1940 Dean Hurd, Salt Lake City, UT ...................... 199x200 1941 Rance Niles, Portland, OR ............................ 197x200 1942 Stanley Brock, Seattle, WA ........................... 197x200 1943-48 .............................................................. No Record 1949 Phil Miller, Kansas City, MO.......................... 200x200 1950 Everett Armstrong, Eugene, OR ................... 199x200 1951 H. Ferguson, Fontana, CA ............................ 199x200 1952 Phil Miller, Reno, NV ..................................... 200x200 1953 Ollie Fine, La Grange, CA ............................. 200x200 1954 Arnold Riegger, Seattle, WA ......................... 199x200 1955 John Simpson, Portland, OR ........................ 200x200 1956 Dan Orlich, Reno, NV ................................... 200x200 1957 Dan Orlich, Reno, NV ................................... 200x200 1958 Dan Orlich, Reno, NV ................................... 200x200 1959 Arnold Riegger, Castle Rock, WA ................. 200x200 1960 Chuck Jenson, Challis, ID ............................. 200x200 1961 Dan Orlich, Reno, NV ................................... 200x200 1962 Dan Orlich, Reno, NV ................................... 199x200 1963 Phil Ross, Fontana, CA................................. 200x200 1964 Dan Orlich, Reno, NV ................................... 200x200 1965 Dan Orlich, Reno, NV ................................... 200x200 1966 Ken Ekstrom, S. San Francisco, CA ............. 200x200 1967 Joe Devers, Reno, NV .................................. 200x200 1968 Dan Orlich, Reno, NV ................................... 200x200 1969 Dan Orlich, Reno, NV ..................................200x200 1970 Robert Karrer, Terrace, BC, CAN ................. 200x200 1971 Dave Bonillas, San Jose, CA ........................ 200x200 1972 Dan Bonillas, Los Banos, CA ........................ 200x200 1973 Dan Orlich, Reno, NV ................................... 200x200 1974 Richard Goodwill, Reno, NV ......................... 199x200 1975 Dan Bonillas, Los Banos, CA ........................ 200x200 1976 Wyeth Everhart, Reno, NV............................ 200x200 1977 Dave Bonillas, San Jose, CA ........................ 200x200 1978 Stan Nelson, Castos, AB, CAN ..................... 200x200 1979 Randy Schiltz, Camas, WA ........................... 200x200 1980 Phil Ross, Fontana, CA................................. 200x200 1981 Kevin Raggio, Angels Camp, CA .................. 200x200 1982 Ossie Scariot, Placerville, CA ....................... 200x200 1983 Billy Mark Cole, McMinnville, OR .................. 200x200 1984 Mitch Reeder, Penticton, BC, CAN ............... 200x200 1985 Gary Bonetti, Sacramento, CA ...................... 199x200 1986 Wilf Bing, Delta, BC, CAN ............................. 200x200 1987 Daro Handy, Sutherlin, OR ........................... 200x200 1988 Alan Ferreira, Modesto, CA .......................... 200x200 1989 Eugene Harrison, Madras, OR ...................... 200x200 1990 Jay Davis, Juneau, AK .................................. 200x200 1991 Stuart Welton, Meridian, ID ........................... 200x200 1992 Roy Tiegs, Puyallup, WA .............................. 200x200 1993 Richard Arruda, Elk Grove, CA ..................... 200x200 1994 Marvin Loy, Eugene, OR ............................... 200x200 1995 Dennis Lowenthal, Tigard, OR ...................... 200x200 1996 Daro Handy, Sutherlin, OR ........................... 200x200 1997 Clyde Corbin, Kent, WA ................................ 200x200 1998 Bud Phipps, Yakima, WA .............................. 200x200 1999 Gerald Smallwood, Tidewater, OR ............... 200x200 2000 Darvel (Chuck) Price, Rutherford, CA ........... 200x200 2001 Carl Cothren, Chehalis, WA .......................... 200x200 2002 Marvin Sims, Lynnwood, WA ........................ 200x200 2003 Art Fenton, Gig Harbor, WA .......................... 200x200 2004 Jim Wyllie, Hayward, CA............................... 200x200 2005 Kay Ohye, N Brunswick, NJ .......................... 200x200 2006 Billy Slane, Auburn, CA ................................. 200x200 2007 Mike Wirta, Portola, CA................................. 200x200 2008 Michael Hyatt, Marysville, WA ..................... 200x200 2009 Gary Hammons, Everett, WA........................ 200x200 2010 Jerry Parr, Las Vegas, NV ............................. 200x200

2011 Gary Bonetti, Sacramento, CA ........................ 200x200 2012 Bob McLendon, Spokane Valley, WA ............. 200x200 2013 Randy Bratton, Sebastopol, CA ...................... 199x200 2014 Kyle Seever, Redwood Valley, CA .................. 200x200 2015 Travis Iksic, Irby, WA ...................................... 199x200

SINGLES VETERAN PAST CHAMPIONS 1932 C.E. Groat, Long Beach, CA ...........................178X200 1933 to 1949 ......................................................... No Record 1950 Charles Craig, Aberdeen, WA.........................196X200 1951 to 1952 ......................................................... No Record 1953 R.R. Jones, Crescent City, CA. ....................... 197x200 1954 G.E. Henton, Portland, OR ............................... 91x100 1955 R.E. Lewis Bakersfield, CA ............................... 97x100 1956 L.A. Shepard, Ophir, OR. ................................ 198x200 1957 J.S. Cottrell, Roseville, CA. ............................. 193x200 1958 H. Barr Carlisle, SL City, UT ........................... 194x200 1959 R.E. Lewis, Bakersfield, CA. ........................... 200x200 1960 H. Barr Carlisle, SL City, UT ........................... 196x200 1961 H. Barr Carlisle, SL City, UT ........................... 198x200 1962 George Knoff, Truckee, CA............................. 199x200 1963 Fred Dambacher Walnut Grove, CA. .............. 197x200 1964 Fred Dambacher, Walnut Grove, CA. ............. 197x200 1965 Ollie Fine, La Grange, CA. .............................. 199x200 1966 Fred Dambacher, Walnut Grove, CA. ............. 193x200 1967 Fred Dambacher, Walnut Grove, CA.. ............ 197x200 1968 Fred Dambacher, Walnut Grove, CA. ............. 193x200 1969 A.E. Bittner, Long Beach, CA.......................... 190x200 1970 Ed Winstanley, Springfield, OR....................... 194x200 1971 Walter Jonson, Inglewood, CA........................ 197x200 1972 L.F. Quint, Redding, CA. ................................. 198x200 1973 Guy Clark, Sacramento, CA ............................ 194x200 1974 H.M. Bemrod, Newcastle, CA ......................... 187x200 1975 Jim Doan, Sacramento, CA. ........................... 193x200 1976 Eddie Johnson, Redding, CA.. ........................ 197x200 1977 W. VanRockel, Grass Valley, CA.. .................. 194x200 1978 Glenn Pickett, Idaho Falls, ID ......................... 199x200 1979 Pete Gonzales, Escalon, CA........................... 195x200 1980 Paul Maylor, Oak Harbor, WA......................... 194x200 1981 Ben Grube, Lynnwood, WA.. .......................... 196x200 1982 Bill Gevedon, San Diego, CA. ......................... 196x200 1983 Ben Zvolenek, Mesa, AZ ................................. 198x200 1984 Vic Vaccaro, Oak Harbor, WA ........................ 195x200 1985 Jim Easterwood, Sacramento, CA. ................. 197x200 1986 Vic Vaccaro, Oak Harbor, WA. ....................... 195x200 1987 Ben Zvolenek, Sun City West, AZ................... 195x200 1988 Harold Espinosa, Shingletown, CA ................. 198x200 1989 George Clovis, Olympia, WA. ......................... 196x200 1990 Randy Albertsen, Ripon, CA ........................... 199x200 1991 John Sutton, Lakeport, CA. ............................. 199x200 1992 Ed Hladek, Merced, CA. ................................. 199x200 1993 Elio Grassini, Reno, NV .................................. 197x200 1994 Tom Davis, Ladysmith, BC CAN ..................... 200x200 1995 Jack Leonard, Carlton, OR ............................. 199x200 1996 Loren Woodside, Lexington, OR ..................... 198x200 1997 Les Prince, Sequim, WA ................................. 197x200 1998 Roy Tiegs, Puyallup, WA ................................ 198x200 1999 Del Jeske, Sunriver, OR ................................ 199x200 2000 Temple Young, Sun Lakes, AZ ....................... 199x200 2001 Gerald Smallwood, Tidewater, OR ................. 198x200 2002 Gary Morlan, Newberg, OR............................. 199x200 2003 George Reese, Linden, CA ............................. 198x200 2004 Jack Gilmour, Nanaimo, BC............................ 199x200 2005 Marvin Sims, Lynnwood, WA .......................... 199x200 2006 Darrel Lehman, Vancouver, WA ..................... 198x200 2007 Dale Hayton, Cobble Hill, BC .......................... 199x200 2008 Gary Fogelson, Eugene, OR ........................... 198x200 2009 Gary Fogelson, Eugene, OR ........................... 199x200 2010 Floyd Dean, Sausalito, CA .............................. 198x200 2011 Bill Whalen, Spokane, WA .............................. 198x200 2012 Lee Bailey, Federal Way, WA ......................... 199x200 2013 Mike Rinard, Lewiston, ID ............................... 198x200 2014 Richard Evans, Coulee City, WA .................... 199x200 2015 David Poseley, Grand View, ID ....................... 198x200

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SINGLES SENIOR PAST CHAMPIONS 1938 to 1952 ................................................... No Record 1953 Jack Gealts, Ogden, UT............................ 195x200 1954 E.G. Hengleman, Medford, OR ................... 93x100 1955 F.S. Bair, Eureka, CA.................................. 97x100 1956 to 1968 ................................................... No Record 1969 W.J. Stone, Sacramento, CA .................... 197x200 1970 Walter P. Johnson, Inglewood, CA. .......... 198x200 1971 Les Ingham, Los Angeles, CA .................. 192x200 1972 W.J. Stone, Sacramento, CA .................... 198x200 1973 Howard Kaster, Las Vegas, NV ................ 191x200 1974 Guy L. Clark, Sacramento, CA .................. 192x200 1975 W.J. Stone, Sacramento, CA .................... 195x200 1976 Guy L. Clark, Sacramento, CA. ................. 195x200 1977 Guy L. Clark, Sacramento, CA .................. 195x200 1978 William Black, Delta, BC ........................... 195x200 1979 A. Stewart Bird .......................................... 195x200 1980 Frank Rottman, Lancaster, CA ................. 195x200 1981 Frank Rottman, Lancaster, CA ................. 199x200 1982 Ted Asbahr, Portland, OR......................... 197x200 1983 Alan Wiel, San Francisco, CA ................... 197x200 1984 Eddie Fumasi, Williams, CA...................... 195x200 1985 Chaster Goodman, Riddle, OR ................. 197x200 1986 Paul Maylor, Oak Harbor, WA................... 196x200 1987 Paul Maylor, Oak Harbor, WA................... 195x200 1988 Oren Diamond, Twin Falls, ID ................... 198x200 1989 Ben Zvolenek, Sun City West, AZ............. 197x200 1990 W.A. McKay, Campbell River, BC............. 197x200 1991 Dell Ward, Riddle, OR............................... 197x200 1992 Eddie Fumasi, Williams, CA...................... 194x200 1993 Richard Johnson, Mt Vernon, WA............. 194x200 1994 William Schultz, Soldotna, AK................... 197x200 1995 Warren Clark, Grants Pass, OR................ 197x200 1996 Paul Wurster, Sacramento, CA. ................ 199x200 1997 Enos Handy, Sutherlin, OR ....................... 199x200 1998 Warren Clark, Grants Pass, OR................ 198x200 1999 Jack Baker Sr., Troutdale, OR .................. 196x200 2000 Bob Bounds, Eugene, OR......................... 198x200 2001 Herb Lehfeldt, Lynden, WA ....................... 198x200 2002 Charles Randle, Moscow, ID .................... 198x200 2003 Corky Brewer, Brookings, OR ................... 198x200 2004 Gerald Smallwood, Tidewater, OR ........... 198x200 2005 Gerald Smallwood, Tidewater, OR ........... 199x200 2006 Jim Kelly, Hereford, AZ ............................. 199x200 2007 Gerald Smallwood, Tidewater, OR ........... 198x200 2008 Gerald Smallwood, Tidewater, OR ........... 199x200 2009 Bob Erickson, Marysville, WA ................... 198x200 2010 Roy Watanabe, Newcastle, WA ................ 198x200 2011 Marvin Sims, Lynnwood, WA .................... 198x200 2012 Gary Shaffer, Redding, CA ....................... 197x200 2013 Daro Handy, Sutherlin, OR ....................... 198x200 2014 Bernie Reynolds, Duncan, BC .................. 197x200 2015 Daro Handy, Sutherlin, OR ....................... 198x200

SINGLES ELDER CHAMPIONS 2002 Herb Lehfeldt, Lynden, WA ....................... 195x200 2003 Francis Sampson, Baker City, OR ............ 198x200 2004 Bob Bounds, Eugene, OR......................... 194x200 2005 Francis Sampson, Baker City, OR ............ 198x200 2006 Darel Branscom, Wenatchee, WA ............ 196x200 2007 Bob Bounds, Eugene, OR......................... 195x200 2008 Jerry Angiuli, Sequim, WA ........................ 198x200 2009 Gerald Smallwood, Tidewater, OR ........... 197x200 2010 Gerald Smallwood, Tidewater, OR ........... 194x200 2011 Bob Bounds, Eugene, OR......................... 196x200 2012 Marvin Sims, Lynnwood, WA .................... 199x200 2013 Marvin Sims, Lynnwood, WA .................... 196x200 2014 Marvin Sims, Lynnwood, WA .................... 196x200 2015 Tommy Kushima, Ewa Beach, HI ............. 196x200

SINGLES SUB-JR PAST CHAMPIONS 1937 Gene Robertson, Los Angeles, CA. ............ 97x100 1938 Gene Robertson, Los Angeles, CA ............. 97x100 1939, 1941-1949, 1952-53.............................. No Record 1940 C. Vining Jr, Sacramento, CA ..................... 94x100 1950 M. Lockwood, Wapato, WA ......... ...............89x100

1951 Rodney Hague, Sutherlin, OR ....................... 95x100 1954 Ken Jones, Condon, OR ................................ 83x100 1955 Larry Horn, Grants Pass, OR ......................... 96x100 1956 Gary Simonson, Bellingham, WA................. 172x200 1957 Danny Faull, Santa Rosa, CA. ..................... 191x200 1958 Louis Hunt, Medford, OR ............................. 189x200 1959 Kenneth Bicart, Madras, OR ........................ 191x200 1960 Jimmy Hunter, Reno, NV ............................. 190x200 1961 Thomas Bielar, Sparks, NV.......................... 184x200 1962 James Columbo, Omaha, NE ...................... 194x200 1963 Richard DelPorto Santa Marcia, CA ............ 187x200 1964 Roy Johnston, W Covina, CA ...................... 195x200 1965 Larry Washburn, Goldhill, OR ...................... 194x200 1966 Kurt Stodtmeiser, Reno, NV......................... 193x200 1967 Allen Barnes, Richmond, CA. ...................... 193x200 1968 Charles Sheehan, Reno, NV........................ 186x200 1969 Bob Davis, Canby, OR ................................. 188x200 1970 Bob Davis, Canby, OR ................................. 193x200 1971 Don McLennon, Lake Tahoe, CA ................. 176x200 1972 Ken Varni, San Francisco, CA ..................... 189x200 1973 Brent Heintz, Fremont, CA. .......................... 190x200 1974 Billy Mark Cole, Monmouth, OR ................... 189x200 1975 Brent Sproull, Prince George, BC ................ 191x200 1976 Wade Stanfill, Fair Oaks, CA ....................... 190x200 1977 Wade Stanfill, Fair Oaks, CA ....................... 195x200 1978 Dave Thornton, Camas, WA ........................ 194x200 1979 Bob Heichel, Stanwood, WA ........................ 189x200 1980 Tim Morrison, Concord, CA. ........................ 178x200 1981 Tim Morrison, Concord, CA. ........................ 194x200 1982 Lance Panush, Salt Lake City, UT ............... 186x200 1983 Lance Panush, Salt Lake City, UT ............... 187x200 1984 Joe Ramos Jr, Austin, NV ............................ 193x200 1985 Ron Reinmiller, Bend, OR ............................ 177x200 1986 Mike Bannon, Custer, WA............................ 171x200 1987 Mike Bannon, Custer, WA............................ 192x200 1988 Jason Nelson, Fremont, CA ......................... 195x200 1989 Matt Ruchong, Eureka, CA .......................... 190x200 1990 Jason Goodale, Eureka, CA. ....................... 196x200 1991 Clayton Miller, Kelowna, BC......................... 195x200 1992 Curtis Keeney, Reno, NV. ............................ 185x200 1993 Robert Arruda, Elk Grove, CA. ..................... 179x200 1994 Nevada Smith, Rescue, CA ......................... 187x200 1995 Lacy Holtz, Springfield, OR .......................... 189x200 1996 Jon Huston, Camas, WA.............................. 184x200 1997 David Gregory, LaPine, OR ......................... 192x200 1998 Jeremy Gustafson, Sumner, WA ................. 181x200 1999 Jeremy Gustafson, Sumner, WA ................. 193x200 2000 Jeremy Gustafson, Sumner, WA ................. 196x200 2001 Ryan Burgard, Auburn, CA .......................... 186x200 2002 Dustin Davies, Vernon, BC .......................... 191x200 2003 Cody Davies, Vernon, BC ............................ 195x200 2004 Tyler Ford, Twin Falls, ID ............................. 192x200 2005 Alex Huntsman, Klamath Falls, OR ............. 195x200 2006 Brandon Keller, Enumclaw, WA ................... 196x200 2007 Jake Munguia, Ellensburg, WA .................... 196x200 2008 Brandon Dale, Eagle Point, OR .................. 198x200 2009 Jake Munguia, Ellensburg, WA .................... 194x200 2010 Jack Mojica, Roseville, CA ........................... 194x200 2011 Jake Lutz, Kelowna, BC ............................... 195x200 2012 Chayton Vega, Stockton, CA ....................... 196x200 2013 Colton Vines, Sonora, CA ............................ 194x200 2014 Michael Sargent, Lincoln, CA ....................... 196x200 2015 Jake Pafford, Los Banos, CA ....................... 195x200

SINGLES JUNIOR PAST CHAMPIONS 1932 H. Rosenbrock, Gardnerville, NV ................. 181x200 1933-36, 1939, 1943-48.................................... No Record 1937 Roy Forrester, Jr, Dillon, MT ........................ 182x200 1938 Harvey Carlisle, Salt Lake City, UT .............. 191x200 1940 Gene Robertson, Los Angeles, CA ................ 99x100 1941 Bill Basler, Sacramento, CA........................... 93x100 1942 Dick Coleman, Oregon City, OR .................. 183x200 1949 Lee Felton, La Conner, WA ........................... 96x100 1950 John Keener, Bothell, WA .............................. 98x100 1951 R. Nosier, Fresno, CA .................................... 99x100 1952 Don Ohnstad Jr., Elko, NV ............................. 90x100

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SINGLES JUNIOR CHAMPIONS (cont.) 1953 J.O’Donnell Jr., Bellevue, ID .................. 98x100 1954 Mike Simpson, Portland, OR ................. 73x100 1955 Baxter Moore Jr., Tillamook, OR............ 98x100 1956 David Smith, Reno, NV ........................ 175x200 1957 Gary Faull, Santa Rosa, CA ................ 196x200 1958 Danny Faull, Santa Rosa, CA .............. 196x200 1959 Wally Stone, Sacramento, CA ............. 195x200 1960 Sanford Speck, Salt Lake City, UT ...... 198x200 1961 Sanford Speck, Salt Lake City, UT ...... 197x200 1962 Tom Muscio, Santa Maria, CA ............. 196x200 1963 Tom Muscio, Santa Maria, CA ............. 195x200 1964 Tom Muscio, Santa Maria, CA ............. 198x200 1965 Mike Drake, Gora Hill, OR ................... 189x200 1966 Jim Poindexter, Bradbury, CA.............. 198x200 1967 Randy Kerr, Klamath Falls, OR............ 196x200 1968 Rick Bate, Victoria, BC ........................ 197x200 1969 Kim Smith, Bremerton, WA .................. 198x200 1970 Jim King, Black Diamond, WA ............. 199x200 1971 Butch Welcher, Tacoma, WA............... 192x200 1972 Steve Powers, Burlington, WA ............. 196x200 1973 David Null, Red Bluff, CA ..................... 197x200 1974 Randy Schiltz, Vancouver, WA ............ 196x200 1975 Billy Mark Cole, Monmouth, OR........... 198x200 1976 Billy Mark Cole, Monmouth, OR........... 197x200 1977 Billy Mark Cole, Monmouth, OR........... 198x200 1978 Ross Roesner, Palo Cedro, CA ........... 193x200 1979 Stuart Welton, Meridian, ID.................. 196x200 1980 Kevin Raggio, Angels Camp, CA ......... 197x200 1981 David Thornton, Camas, WA ............... 197x200 1982 Tim Morrison, Concord, CA ................. 195x200 1983 Jay Davis, Everett, WA ........................ 196x200 1984 Lee Hatcher, Chiloquin, OR ................. 195x200 1985 Jerry Proctor Jr., Enumclaw, WA ......... 198x200 1986 Greg Sorensen Jr., Hillsboro, OR ........ 196x200 1987 Jeff Sellers, West Bountiful, UT ........... 193x200 1988 Rod Fuchs, Milton-Freewater, OR ....... 197x200 1989 John Opio, Sparks, NV ........................ 192x200 1990 Gary King, Madras, OR ....................... 194x200 1991 Gary King, Madras, OR ....................... 199x200 1992 Micah Perkins, Eagle Point, OR........... 197x200 1993 Jason Domecq, Emmett, ID ................. 198x200 1994 Curtis Keeney, Reno, NV ..................... 195x200 1995 Robert Arruda, Elk Grove, CA.............. 196x200 1996 Ryan Hadden, Pendleton, OR ............. 196x200 1997 Bryan Marshall, Troutdale, OR ............ 198x200 1998 Steven Dolson, Knutsford, BC ............. 196x200 1999 David Smith, S Cle Elum, WA .............. 197x200 2000 Peter Manzone, Cave Junction, OR .... 196x200 2001 Jeff Sevon, Enumclaw, WA ................ 197x200 2002 Carson Alacano, Redmond, OR .......... 198x200 2003 Matthew Hoffman, Wilseyville, CA ....... 198x200 2004 Jacob Turner, Los Alamos, NM ........... 196x200 2005 Tucker Johnson, Keno, OR ................. 198x200 2006 Ryan Wade, Ukiah, CA ........................ 198x200 2007 Cole Mitchell, Olympia, WA ................. 196x200 2008 Zach Nannini, San Jose, CA ................ 197x200 2009 Kyle Beals, Powell Butte, OR............... 196x200 2010 Bryce James, Sparks, NV .................... 199x200 2011 Jack Mojica, Roseville, CA .................. 197x200 2012 Jack Mojica, Roseville, CA .................. 196x200 2013 Jacob Womble, Stockton, CA .............. 198x200 2014 Jacob Womble, Stockton, CA .............. 197x200 2015 Andreas Borgesen, Novato, CA ........... 197x200

SINGLES LADY PAST CHAMPIONS 1931 Mrs. C.E. Groat.................................... 190x200 1932 Mrs. Ed Garrett, Oakland, CA .............. 176x200 1933-36, 1943-48 ..................................... No Record 1937 Dorothy Morrison, San Diego, CA ........ 195x200

1938 Mrs. J.G. Doble, Yreka, CA.................. 180x200 1939 Mary Knight, Los Angeles, CA ............. 181x200 1940 S.J. Nusom, Quincy, OR ........................ 97x100 1941 S.J. Nusom, Quincy, OR ...................... 194x200 1942 S.J. Nusom, Quincy, OR ...................... 191x200 1949 Ruth Ray, Eugene, OR ........................ 197x200 1950 Ruth Ray, Eugene, OR ........................ 193x200 1951 Corrine Farrell, Ellensburg, WA ........... 195x200 1952 Lela Hall Frank, Los Angeles, CA ........ 192x200 1953 Helen Odell, La Grange, CA ................ 197x200 1954 Joyce Vanairsdale, Newport, WA .......... 97x100 1955 Lele McMullin, Roseburg, OR .............. 184x200 1956 Lucille Collard, Reno, NV ..................... 190x200 1957 Ann Fundis, Lovelock, NV.................... 188x200 1958 Lucille Collard, Reno, NV ..................... 197x200 1959 Helen Odell, La Grange, CA ................ 196x200 1960 Betty Fumasi, Lompoc, CA .................. 195x200 1961 Hortense Wood, Salt Lake City, UT ..... 196x200 1962 Betty Fumasi, Lompoc, CA .................. 189x200 1963 Isabel Crain, Carson City, NV .............. 193x200 1964 Nadine Ljutic, Yakima, WA .................. 194x200 1965 Helen Odell, La Grange, CA ................ 194x200 1966 Hortense Wood, Salt Lake City, UT ..... 191x200 1967 Hortense Wood, Salt Lake City, UT ..... 198x200 1968 Gladys White, Anchorage, AK ............. 187x200 1969 Nadine Ljutic, Yakima, WA .................. 195x200 1970 Nadine Ljutic, Yakima, WA .................. 197x200 1971 Marilyn Landolt, Reno, NV ................... 187x200 1972 Susie Franzi, Hillsborough, CA ............ 192x200 1973 Louise Siemens, Reno, NV .................. 191x200 1974 Hortense Wood, Salt Lake City, UT ..... 192x200 1975 Beverly Woolley, Sun Valley, CA ......... 196x200 1976 Barbara Yochem, Glendora, CA .......... 196x200 1977 Pam Shelby, San Diego, CA ................ 197x200 1978 Vickie Steele, Pitt Meadows, BC .......... 195x200 1979 Rosemary Reese, Everett, WA ............ 193x200 1980 Karen Talley, San Jose, CA ................. 194x200 1981 Harriet Swangler, Ellensburg, WA ....... 199x200 1982 Betty Phipps, Yakima, WA ................... 199x200 1983 Claudia Sonnen, Tualatin, OR ............. 192x200 1984 Betty Phipps, Yakima, WA ................... 198x200 1985 Carolyn Barnett, Maupin, OR ............... 196x200 1986 Betty Phipps, Yakima, WA ................... 196x200 1987 Betty Phipps, Yakima, WA ................... 194x200 1988 Betty Phipps, Yakima, WA ................... 199x200 1989 Rosemary Reese, Bellingham, WA ...... 190x200 1990 Carol Barnes, Moraga, CA ................... 197x200 1991 Jackie Bush, Portland, OR ................... 195x200 1992 Betty Phipps, Yakima, WA ................... 199x200 1993 Louise Siemens, Chiloquin, OR ........... 196x200 1994 Kathy Miner, Reno, NV ........................ 198x200 1995 Betty Phipps, Yakima, WA ................... 199x200 1996 Betty Phipps, Yakima, WA ................... 198x200 1997 Betty Phipps, Yakima, WA ................... 197x200 1998 Laura Winkel, Kennewick, WA ............. 200x200 1999 Kristie Swangler, Ellensburg, WA ........ 198x200 2000 Betty Phipps, Yakima, WA ................... 195x200 2001 Patricia Corson, Revelstoke, BC .......... 194x200 2002 Colleen Summers, Coburg, OR ........... 195x200 2003 Jennifer Smith, Stayton, OR ................ 197x200 2004 Lois DelCurto, Baker City, OR ............. 194x200 2005 Tawnya Beals, Powell Butte, OR ......... 197x200 2006 Liz Harris, Boise, ID ............................. 198x200 2007 Gwen Campbell, Lynnwood, WA ......... 196x200 2008 Heather Archer, Creswell, OR ............. 197x200 2009 Kerrie Largent, Redding, CA ................ 195x200 2010 Rosalie Nicholson, Richland, WA ........ 193x200 2011 Julie Spindler, Bend, OR ..................... 195x200

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