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Schreiner Sport Shooting Society

Schreiner University’s students have an incredible opportunity to train and compete at the highest levels in clay sport shooting at the Hill Country Shooting Sports Center, just four miles from campus in Kerrville, Texas.  A newly recognized student organization, Schreiner Shooting Sports Society has already fielded teams and sponsored individual shooters at several competitions. The team is coached by Bill Thomas who has a long career as a competitive shooter.

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4TH ANNUAL SCHREINER SHOOTOUT
Saturday, January 21, 2017
National Shooting Complex in San Antonio, TX
100 Bird Sporting Clay Tournament

The Schreiner Shootout is a fundraising event to assist the Schreiner Shooting Sports Team in their efforts to shoot competitively in regional and national collegiate events.

>> See the flyer for complete details and registration

Online Registration
(open November 21 thru January 20, 2017)
 
For more information contact any shooting team member or
Cindy Becker 830-792-7345 (work) or 830-446-6014 (cell)
Email:  SchreinerShootingSports@gmail.com

Sponsored by:  Texas Hill Country Chapter - Safari Club International

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"Shoot Like a Girl"
Watch Drucilla Meier on Texas Country Reporter

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ACUI logo Video from 2008 ACUI Championship
<<click the ACUI logo for more info on the Clay Targets program and championship results



National Shooting Sports Foundation This project is supported by the 2009 Collegiate Shooting Sports Challenge Grant Program, a grant program of the National Shooting Sports Foundation, Inc.
 

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For more information about Schreiner University or the Schreiner Shooting Sports Society,
 contact the Office of Admission and Financial Aid at 800-343-4919.

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