Between the two 2018 SSSF national championships held last year in Marengo, OH, at the Cardinal Center, there was a mind-boggling 2,692 youth shooters from 26 states that enjoyed eight days of shooting—collectively sending one million rounds downrange in the process.
There are plans for expanding the shotgun ranges at the Cardinal Shooting Center starting next year. New skeet fields are on the docket, and there has been discussion on adding American Trap and Bunker Trap facilities in the future. This is in addition to the 300 brand-new covered precision pistol firing points we reported on last year. If you have ever been there, then you know that there is plenty of room for expansion.
Additionally for the summertime in 2019, the Cardinal Shooting Center will debut a state-of-the-art Shot Curtain System that will provide a common background for all trap shooters—as well as a very efficient platform to reclaim lead shot.
Learn more about the Cardinal Shooting Center: www.TheCardinalCenter.com.
Learn more about the Scholastic Shooting Sports Foundation: www.SSSFOnline.org.
See more articles about the Cardinal Center and SSSF youth shooting programs:
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- Clay Shooting Sees Spike Among High School Students