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Metro Denver PF / QF Adopts Rocky Mountain Clay Busters Team

Friday, February 05, 2016
Rocky Mountain Clay Busters are an SCTP (Scholastic Clay Target Program) Competition Shotgun Team practicing out of Quail Run Sports in Kiowa Colorado. RMCB compete primarily in Sporting Clays, but also compete in Skeet, Trap, 5-Stand, and the Olympic disciplines of International Skeet, Double Trap, and Bunker Trap.

RMCB team currently consists of about 30 athletes ranging from ages 10 through 18, and 5 NRA/USAS/CMP Certified Shotgun Coaches. The athletes range from beginner to advanced and everywhere in between. Their goal is to provide an atmosphere where youth can learn, experience, and enjoy clay target sports in a safe team environment. Through SCTP the team competes in the annual Colorado State Championship, and has the opportunity to compete in Regional championships as well as National Championships in both the American and International disciplines. SCTP is the only youth shotgun program that is official partners with the National Governing Bodies (NGB’s) for Skeet and Sporting Clays (NSSA-NSCA), and Trap (ATA). Our athletes all hold dual registrations with these NGB’s and therefore also compete in local and National registered Skeet, Sporting Clay, and Trap events.

Rocky Mountain Clay Buster athletes are shooting for a promising future! Many of the athletes are planning on competing at the College level. Several accomplishments reached by some of the athletes are proving they will achieve their goals: 2 time SCTP Sporting Clay National Champion; NSCA Master Class; Krieghoff, 12 Gauge, & Briley 28 Gauge, 2016 NSCA All-American Team, 2016 Colorado NSCA, All-State Team, 2015 ATA State Handicap Champion - 100/100 score.

For more information about RMCB please contact Jennifer Kirchhoefer,

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The Bipartisan Sportsmen’s Act of 2014

Friday, May 01, 2015
Check out The *Bipartisan Sportsmen’s Act of 2014 being considered by Senate * Yes, you read that correctly...Bipartisan!

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