Safari Shoot in Phoenix 3/31/12

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  1. PHOENIX PHIL

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    If any of you will find yourselves in Phoenix the end of this month, there will be another safari shoot at the Phoenix Rod and Gun Club. This is a fun shoot but with scoring. Winner receives the honor of a new Pith helmet. If interested please shoot me a PM and I'll get you the details.
     
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    I will be addressing some real flying targets that weekend in Montana.

    Sounds like fun though.
     
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    How do yo find the Phoenix rod and gun club.

    While i lived there i found many little clubs most were on the west, north and north west side. and most by accident.

    Just got my 375 back from the gun smith and need to see what she does.

    Checking to see if any trap shoots are going on in the area.

     
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    Sorry for the slow response James. PRGC is located basically south of downtown Phoenix kind up against South Mountain. The easiest way to get there from the east side of town is to get on Baseline road at I-10 and go west. Below is a link to their website that gives the address.

    Phoenix Rod and Gun Club, Serving the Valley of the Sun since 1937
     

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