2nd Annual Trap and Skeet Shoot a Success

MHI Annual Skeet Shoot

2nd Annual Hart King / Lutz, Bobo and Telfair Trap and Skeet Shoot

It was beautiful weather and blue skies at the Clark County Shooting Complex on Monday morning as attendees of the MHI National Congress and Expo participated in the 2nd Annual Hart King / Lutz, Bobo & Telfair Trap and Skeet Shoot.

The MHI National Congress & Expo for Manufactured and Modular Housing is being held on April 24-26 at the Paris Hotel in Las Vegas. In fact, there were two pre-event networking opportunities available on Monday April 23. Participants could take part in the 14th Annual Golf Open or the 2nd Annual Hart King / Lutz, Bobo & Telfair Trap and Skeet Shoot.

A Great Day and a Great Event

The morning kicked off with a safety briefing and breakfast at the John Mull’s Road Kill Grill, located on site. In addition, everything that participants needed for the day was provided, round transportation, Range Safety Officer, Range Supervisor, 50 clays per person (two rounds), shotgun rentals, ammunition, ear plugs, safety glasses, shotgun fields and cleaning fees. Actually, the only thing you needed to bring was a little sunscreen and a willingness to have fun and get to know folks in the industry!

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After the instruction, then it was off for Trap Shooting. Participants ranged from the very experienced to those who had never shot a gun. However, expert firearms instruction on the field from the Range Safety Officer made sure that everyone had a great time. Indeed, there were lots of cheers and rooting each other on as well as plenty of time to network.

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skeet and clay shoot

After rounds of Trap shooting to warm up, it was off to the Sporting Clays. Teams were given Round Transportation and were able to have a little fun competition on the field. The course was fun and challenging for everyone and the beautiful Nevada weather made being outside wonderful.

This special networking event held at Nevada’s 5-Star outdoor shooting facility was for charity. It benefited the manufactured housing industry’s political advocacy to advance factory-built housing. Everyone involved agreed that it was a great day and a great event supporting a truly worthwhile cause.
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