Marksmanship Competition Fundraiser To Benefit Walker County Stocking Full Of Love

Wednesday, April 13, 2016

There will be a marksmanship competition to raise funds for the Walker County Stocking Full of Love at Tailespinners Indoor Shooting Range, 19 E. Reeds Road in Lafayette, Ga. on Monday through Friday, April 22 from 5-9 p.m. nightly.

Participants will choose one night to compete in one of three categories:  novice, intermediate, and expert.   Winners from each category, each night will compete for a trophy and a grand prize on Saturday, April 23 at 11 a.m.

All nightly winners must be able to compete on Saturday to be eligible for the grand prize.

Participants must be 14 years of age to compete.

 Pre-registration is encouraged.  Fee includes your ammo.  Registration fee is $30 for 9 mm. or 40 caliber and $35 to shoot a .45 caliber or 357. No scopes or special sights are permitted. No rim fire, center fire only.  Participants must compete with the ammo provided.  There will be no refunds.

To pre-register, call Tailspinners at 706-764-0069.

The event is sponsored by the Walker County Sheriff’s Office, Talespinners, and the Lafayette Walmart.


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