Boo-Stacular Halloween Shoot
Texas Premier Sporting Arms
7311 Hwy 36 South
Oh My! The Boo Shoot Was Great Fun This Year!
It was the perfect type of day for a Halloween Fun Shoot! (Even the weather was scary and threatening!) But that didn’t stop 53 shooters from showing up in a variety of costumes to join in the fun of breaking clays and camaraderie. Contestants arrived early in spite of a slight drizzle of rain to decorate carts and to share coffee and breakfast goodies under the protection of the pavillion.
Jessie from Toy Story along with the Black Swan, a hippie, and a nun (who was seen riding around with a criminal) took to the stands along with a couple of dead birds, a hooded temptress, and a pirate to see who could break the most clays. A mother cat and her kitten were the purr-fect pair of shooters, and even a frog was seen blasting some targets. A green-haired goddess and one of the Village People’s very own joined the group.
It wasn’t long before the Flintstones arrived in true Yaba-daba-do style and took to the course in their Stone-Age car. They must have stopped at Ribs Drive Inn and picked up Bronto Burgers because this cart was full of shooters that could shoot!!! Dawn Fields was the top lady shooter. John Barnes tied Rudy Cordova, but was robbed of the Top Male Shooter in a station tie breaker. Not to mention, their Stone-Age cart pedaled to the front of the pack and won Best Cart.
It truly did not matter if shooters were in costume or not! It was the kind of day when shooters were sad when they arrived at the last station. Our ladies and their guests did exactly what this shoot was designed to do. They spent some time together, had some fun, and of course-broke some clays. The only debatable part of the day was if there was more laughter in the air or more target fragments. It was a morning filled with fun, decked-out clay carts, scary and clever costumes, prizes, and food. Honestly! What could be more fun?
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