Participating in Sporting Clays for Character
Crazy Quail will be at the Choctaw Area Council’s Sporting Clays for Character Event on August 23 and 24, 2013, in Meridian, Mississippi. Crazy Quail will assist in fundraising to support the Choctaw Council’s mission of Scouting. Shooters will be able to experience the fun of shooting Crazy Quail and help to raise money for the Boy Scouts. The event kicks off on Friday at the Binachi Shooting Center with a warm up shoot; the main event will be Saturday with two flights of Sporting Clays and an evening reception at Northwood Country Club. You will find the Crazy Quail adjacent to the 5–Stand area with a convenient parking lot just across the road.
“It might be hot, and it might be wet, but we are excited to help the Boy Scouts with their fundraising efforts” said Barry Bourdage, President of Crazy Quail. Bourdage’s Crazy Quail is new version of a traditional shot gun game by the same name. It debuted in January of 2013 to rave reviews and has continued to be lauded for its fun and innovation. Crazy Quail could be considered as a type of revolt against the orthodoxy of trap or skeet. It offers unique presentations and unpredictability provided by the 360 degree rotating base adding to the enjoyment of the upland bird wing shooter or the rookie shooter alike.
For more information on Choctaw Area Council’s Sporting Clays for Character visit their website www.cacbsa.org or www.binachishootingsports.com or contact Ken Kercheval at 601-693.-6757 or Ken.Kercheval@scouting.org.
Logo courtesy Crazy Quail