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Shotgun Shootout - Sunday May 21, 2017 @ Clinton WMA

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I'm not sure if I can make this one - most likely not, but roll call for those who can!

Note - need at least 1 person with a Hunting license and 1 thrower!

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Where:
Clinton WMA clay range in Clinton, NJ

Address:
26 New Jersey 173
Hampton, NJ 08827
 
When:
Sunday May 21st

Time:
9am at the Clay range
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Please try and bring everything you can in terms of a gun, ammo, and clays.

A rough check list of what to bring:
- Gun(s)
- Ammo (birdshot #7.5, 8)
- Clays (Walmart's in Clinton, Flemington, Branchburg and Phillipsburg generally stock them)
- Thrower if you have one
- Eyes and ears
- Shell pouch
- Beverages/snacks
- Layer up and bring a warm jacket/gloves/hat depending on weather
- Chair

If you can't bring some things, we will have plenty of stuff there. If you've never shot a shotgun before, I and others will try working with you to be able to dust a clay by the end of the day!
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Gun rules to remember:

Always treat a gun as if it was loaded
Keep your finger off the trigger until you're ready to shoot
Never point the muzzle at anything you're not willing to destroy
Always be aware of your target/line of fire
For this range, keep all guns unloaded until you're on the firing line

Be smart, be safe, and we will have a fun-filled day!
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Please feel free to post up with any questions or suggestions.
 
Attending:
1.  fishnut + a few
2.  Mr/Mrs Zeke + 1
3.  Ray Ray
4.  NJSigFan
5.  Purple Patrick + Mrs PP
6.  oldguysrule649
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New shooter is out.( which is unfortunate for the bachelors attending) My FIL may attend.

Van and him both have fg

 

We should be a Donner Party of 4

I've been to enough of these to know she would have passed on most of the attendees.

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Any guidance on amount of clays/shells to bring in?

 

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As much as you want to shoot.

I'd say a box of clays per and as many shells. It's causal. Shoot some clays, shoot some shit.

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I would like to attend, but having checked my calendar I realized that one of our nephew's high school graduation ceremony is scheduled for May 21st.
So unfortunately I will have to wait for the next outing.

AVB-AMG

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On 4/30/2017 at 11:03 PM, AVB-AMG said:

I would like to attend, but having checked my calendar I realized that one of our nephew's high school graduation ceremony is scheduled for May 21st.
So unfortunately I will have to wait for the next outing.

AVB-AMG

Seriously Avb, you don't have another nephew? Is this one your favorite?

 

 

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6 hours ago, Zeke said:

Seriously Avb, you don't have another nephew? Is this one your favorite?

Zeke:    
I have multiple nephews.....    no favorites.....
Have a good time!

AVB-AMG

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I am tentatively planning to attend. It's been several years since my last one, so really looking forward to it and to meeting those attending.  I will be bringing hunting license, 2 boxes of clays, ammo, and my Mossberg 590. (I do not have a thrower.)

regards. Art

 

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59 minutes ago, Smokin .50 said:

WHOSE BRINGING THE BURGERS????

I FEEL LIKE DOIN' SOME GRILLIN' AND CHILLIN'!

HAVE WEBBER GRILL, WILL TRAVEL!!

Ya, I'll bring a scattergun or two to play with as well :) 

Copied from the NJDEP website --  The following are prohibited: camping, swimming, picnicking, dumping, cutting or damaging vegetation, removing timber or firewood, alcoholic beverages, metal detecting, geocaching and fires

 

The big question is would bringing the barbecue fall under picnicking or fire...

 

 

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2 hours ago, Zeke said:

Not fer nuffin. But I was gonna start working Gramgun over next week for some hoagies or sumtin.

Bring a couple$ see what he makes etc.  But I haven't asked him.

 

oops

I'd definitely buy a sub if some showed up!

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3 hours ago, Zeke said:

Not fer nuffin. But I was gonna start working Gramgun over next week for some hoagies or sumtin.

Bring a couple$ see what he makes etc.  But I haven't asked him.

 

oops

LOL...If i can make it Il bring some subs for ya'll! 

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