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 Pictures from the Shoot

 

 

Participants getting ready do shoot.

Participants getting ready do shoot.

 

 

 

 

Participant using Assistive Technology to shoot trap.

 

Participant using Assistive Technology to shoot trap.

"Huntmaster” unit that is used for people with disabilities to either hunt, game watch or take wildlife photography.

Another addition to the event came fro North Carolina Wildlife and Resources Commission. They provided a” Huntmaster” unit for display that is used for people with disabilities to either hunt, game watch or take wildlife photography.

      The unit can be dropped in the woods and will raise up to as high as 19 feet. It can be independently operated from inside and would hold 2- 3 people comfortably. It has a 750 pound weight capacity.

The unit can be dropped in the woods and will raise up to as high as 19 feet. It can be independently operated from inside and would hold 2- 3 people comfortably. It has a 750 pound weight capacity.

 

 

Participant shooting while others watch.

Participant shooting while others watch.

 

 

 

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