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RGK
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WBH forum member (and member of RIB) contacted me and asked if somebody from WBH could attend their 56th anniversary shoot. I was more than happy to be there. WBH director Greg Prince was also in attendance for the entire day’s event and Director Guy Schultz will attend on Sunday. As soon as I arrived, I was greeted by the smell of roasting pig for the nights feast.

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After setting up our table, I followed Pat to one of their many novelty shoots which was a life sized African Elephant set at 99 yards.

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Here is a closer view of the homemade target.

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Here is a video of Pat attempting a shot. Pat is one heck of a good instinctive shooter. Remember, this is 99 yards down range.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q3UP7pcv2EI


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Not satisfied, Pat did it two more times, back to back.

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RGK
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Some of the other novelty shoots were the moving deer from an elevated platform

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Here is a video of some of the moving target shots.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O4_BFMkX6Wc


This was a 3 station novelty shoot to earn chances at prizes. There was a duck shoot, life saver shoot and a William Tell (Apple) shoot.

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There was an area for kids or adults who had not tried archery to give it a try.

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You could buy RIB gear.

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It was a busy place.

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Aside from the pig, they were also doing a corn roast.

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At about 5:30 it was time to feast.

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While everybody eating, the band was setting up for the nights entertainment.

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It was a great event and everybody had a great time. Thank you to RIB for putting on such a great event for everybody and for inviting WBH directors to set up a booth.

On Sunday WBH Director Guy Schultz will be on hand to man the WBH table.

Put the RIB anniversary shoot on your calendar for next year. You wont be disappointed.

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