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Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks offers ‘Shooting Skills for Women’ event

Participants will get to shoot shotguns, handguns, bows, and more during this one-day clinic.

PRATT­ – You don’t have to own a gun or even know how to properly load one to attend the upcoming Shooting Skills for Women event on May 31. In fact, the less you know, the better. Designed for women who are interested in the shooting sports with little to no experience, this one-day event will provide participants with the opportunity to shoot shotguns; handguns; small caliber, big bore, and black powder rifles; and archery equipment. No experience is required, and all guns and equipment will be provided.

 

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The event is sponsored by the Kansas Bowhunters Association, in conjunction with the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism, Lil’ Toledo Lodge, and the Kansas Wildlife Officers Association. Participants can learn the ins and outs of shooting in a controlled, low-pressure atmosphere with women who share a similar interest.

This annual event will once again be held at Lil’ Toledo Lodge, 10600 170th Rd, Chanute. Participants must be 18 or older to attend and must pre-register. The event will be open to the first 35 women to register and will cost $45.00 to attend. Participants will enjoy lunch and refreshments courtesy of the Kansas Bowhunters Association, as well as a prize drawing.

For more information, or to sign up for this event, contact Stacy Hageman at (620) 672-5911.

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