Members of the 100 Club of Buffalo, ECLEF and Guests Spent a Cold Afternoon at the Country Club of Buffalo for the First Sporting Clay Shoot event on Thursday, April 4th

By February 26, 2020 Uncategorized

The Country Club of Buffalo has one of the areas best sport shooting facilities and a long history of competitive shotgun shooting. Those attending the event were able to experience the facility first hand.  Thank you to the Erie County Law Enforcement Foundation (ECLEF) for being a co-sponsor of this great event! 

The brush walk, a competitive shotgun shooting course similar to field hunting, is unique to the Country Club of Buffalo and is one of few in the country.  Skeet, trap and 5 Stand are also available at the Club and the Crazy Quail is one of only two in the United States and the only one in New York State.  Everyone attending was at a different skill level shooting wise and had fun being competitive.  100 Club members and their guests were treated to cocktails and hors d’oeuvres in the clubhouse after the day’s shooting events.

Congratulations to all of the winners from the day’s events

Crazy Quail

Frank Vitko

5-Stand

Tom Ritchie

Brushwalk

Fred Ricken

Trap

Barry Maloney

Skeet

Chris Randall

Overall Top Gun

Dave Hatcher

We would also like to congratulate the following Flash Bird Winners

Skeet

Don Howard, Mark Dimino

Trap

Barry Maloney, Dan Penberthy

Brush Walk

Rich Qualey, Kathy Chubb

5-Stand

Berry Chubb, Peter Wolfe

Crazy Quail

John Hoskins, Frank Vitlo