Bartelmay G M Guns Inc

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Bartelmay G M Guns Inc
Bartelmay G M Guns Inc is listed in the Guns Accessories & Gunsmiths category in Morton, Illinois. Displayed below is the only current social network for Bartelmay G M Guns Inc which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Bartelmay G M Guns Inc on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 67.

Contact information for Bartelmay G M Guns Inc is:
911 W Jefferson St
Morton, IL 61550
(309) 263-8032

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Bartelmay G M Guns Inc has an overall ZapScore of 67. This means that Bartelmay G M Guns Inc has a higher ZapScore than 67% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Morton, Illinois is 41 and in the Guns Accessories & Gunsmiths category is 35. Learn more about ZapScore

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Gone - California Trapshooting Great, Phil Ross The California trapshooting fraternity and we at Shotgun Sports mourn the loss of a dear friend, Phil Ross. Phil endured several health challenges in recent years. Phil was born July 11, 1943 and passed away on January 8, 2015. His hometown was Fontana, CA but he had resided in Redlands in recent years. He was a renown trap competitor and in his early years teamed with his father, George O. Ross, to win many championships. Phil and his father remain the only father-son pair inducted into the California State Trapshooting Hall of Fame. Phil is survived by his partner in life and love of many years, Jan Moschetti; his son, Phil Ross, Jr. and grandson, Jonathan Ross, He is also survived by Jan’s son and daughter, Robert Moschetti and Lori Moschetti Williams as well as many step-grandchildren and, of course, friends, squadmates and his primary business and shooting partner, Robert Gilbertson. Phil had been a contributing editor to Shotgun Sports for several years and he was a respected trapshooting instructor and coach. Phil will be greatly missed.

We have lost another dear friend and competitor. We are sad to announce the passing of a friend and trap competitor, Aden Kaufman, 70, of Medina, Ohio, passed away on January 6th while under the comfort and care of Hospice of Medina County. Aden was a lifelong avid competitor and trap supporter having made the Ohio All-State Team and also the ATA All-American Team. Aden was inducted into the Ohio State Trapshooting Association’s Hall of Fame in 2012, and that event remained one of the fondest memories of his shooting career. For many years Aden was the owner and operator of the Great Eastern Gun Club in Holmes County, Ohio. Aden was interviewed in the November 2011 edition of Shotgun Sports in which he told interviewer, Connie Miller when she asked what was his philosophy of life, “Shoot as many bullets as you can as quickly as you can because you do not know how long you are going to be around.” He leaves behind his beloved wife of 38 years, Sue, his son Britt and wife Katie, son Kurt and wife Ashley, grandchildren Abby, Aubrey, Ally and Brady, sister Minerva and husband Vernon, brother Dale and wife Vicki and mother-in-law Jacqueline Krabil. The trapshooting fraternity will mourn the loss of our dear friend, Aden Kaufman. Our heart-felt condolences to the Kaufman family.

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Shotgun Sports magazine features 100% shotgunning, editorials emphasizing gun tests and evaluations, trapshooting, sporting clays, skeet, patterning, reloading how-to’s and waterfowl/upland hunting.

Pat Lieske, multi-time NSCA All-American recently garnered his first Nationals Championship title at the 2014 NSCA Nationals in San Antonio, Texas. Pat is a full-time sporting clays coach and instructor and a competitor in the newly formed Professional Sporting Clays Association (PSCA). Learn the techniques Pat teaches by picking up your copy of his highly informative instructional DVD, Pat Lieske’s Systematic Approach to Sporting Clays in the Shootin’ Accessories section of Shotgun Sports magazine or visit us at www.shotgunsportsmagazine.com or call 800-676-8920 to order your copy today!

The PSCA (Professional Sporting Clays Association) airs the first of this season’s broadcasts on NBC Sports Network, Thursday, July 31 at 12:30 p.m. (EST). Nine episodes are scheduled to run until September 28. Sixty professional shooters (52 men, 8 women) are on the hunt to be crowned the top professional sporting clays competitor in the country. Whether you are a seasoned sporting clays veteran or have never seen a sporting clays event in your life, make sure to tune in to watch the nation’s best vie for top honors. Make it an event and invite friends over to watch, too. Let’s make every effort to help our sport grow by getting as many people watching these sure-to-be-exciting matches between the finest shooters in the land. Check your local TV listings to learn what cable station NBC Sports Network is on in your town. For more information, visit the PSCA website.
The purpose of the Professional Sporting Clays Association (PSCA) is to provide a professional tour for top athletes. This tour will give qualified top athletes of the sport greater access to closed competition with other athletes of similar skill.