Milan Lawson, who many of you may remember from the Montpelier Gun Club, passed away last week. CLICK HERE for the obituary & arrangement information.
Photos from the New Hampshire State Shoot have been added to the "PHOTOS" page.
NHTA NEW HAMPSHIRE trapshooting association
Moe Bigras sadly passed away in Vermont on August 30th. For the obituary, CLICK HERE.
Minutes for the 2016 Winter Meeting and the 2017 Summer Meeting have been added to the "MEETING MINUTES" section of the home page.
As many of you know, it was announced at the state shoot that we have re-attained the rights to the "New Hampshire Trapshooting Association" and "NHTA" trade names. Therefore, we're happy to announce that the website has been updated to reflect this.
Thomas Rudinsky - son of longtime NH shooter Louis Rudinsky - has sadly passed away last Thursday. For a link to the obituary, CLICK HERE.
Androscoggin Valley Fish & Game will be hosting a Big 50 on September 26. For upcoming shoots, check out the SHOOTS & RESULTS page.
The results for the New Hampshire State Shoot have been posted to the "SHOOTS & RESULTS" page.
Pelham Fish & Game Club
Results from the Maine State Shoot have been added to the "SHOOTS & RESULTS" page. Congratulation to the following New Hampshire competitors:
Melissa Carpenter - Championship Handicap Open Lady II
Peter Eaton - Pine State Handicap 5th Place, Preliminary Doubles Open Class D, Championship Doubles Non-Resident Class D
Felipe Garcia - Championship Doubles Open Sub-Veteran, Championship Handicap Open Sub-Veteran, High All-Around Open Sub-Veteran
Leo Henriquez - Championship Singles Non-Resident Class AA, Championship Doubles Non-Resident Runner-Up, Championship Handicap Non-Resident 5th Place, High All-Around Non-Resident Runner-Up
Robert Hunt - Championship Handicap Non-Resident 6th Place
Don Lee - Pine State Handicap Runner-Up
Jari Mannisto - Preliminary Handicap Non-Resident Runner-Up, Championship Singles Non-Resident Class B
Eugene Roy - Preliminary Singles Open Veteran, Preliminary Handicap Open Veteran, Championship Singles Open Veteran, Championship Doubles Open Veteran, High All-Around Open Veteran
Frank Sampson - Pine State Doubles Class A, Championship Doubles Non-Resident Class A, Championship Handicap Non-Resident 4th Place
Two side notes: (1) New Hampshire won the High All-Around Open Team Competition, and (2) it was great to see former NHTA President Jeff LaFleur shooting again.