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Tony Schwatzell is currently running Intl' Trap shoots and PTO's at Henry Horton. I have been asked to help set up, coach and run similar matches for Intl' Skeet.

If you have young athletes wanting to learn and shoot this challenging game, let us know. Training will be at no charge, but shooters must pay for targets, shells and entry fees to matches when we hold them. We are working on an Intl' shooting clinic this summer. This will not be free, but will be approved by USA Shooting, the national governing body (NGB) for these sports in America.

I also coach young athletes in ATA trap and NSSA (American) Skeet at Big Springs. Let me know if I may help.

As some of you know, I train Armed Professionals and Citizens. I am also qualified and credentialed to train young athletes in Clay Target Sport Shooting.

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My kid is very  enthusiast for shooting sports. Please enroll him for this. He wants to learn skeet and trap shooting and hit the targets accurately. He is in his 13 and is this the age he can start practicing shooting? Earlier even I don't know regarding trap and skeet shooting. I get it clarifies by reading some shooting sports blogs

Please suggest me with this. Drop your mail id so that i can contact you there. Thanks for any inputs.

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