NSCA San Antonio and the Cardinal Center

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  1. CCfan

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    What is up with all this finger pointing? Facts please!!!! First you hear people from San Antonio are trying to steal a manager from the CC then you hear the CC is trying to hide a deal.

    Merlo is usually on this stuff but silent now. I ask and only get the wink.
     
  2. wpt

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    There was a rumor posted on Face Book, taking into consideration the accuracy of things posted on Face Book it was nothing more than a rumor obviously ... WPT ... (YAC) ...
     
  3. BRAD DYSINGER

    BRAD DYSINGER State HOF Staff Member Member Trapshooting Hall of Fame Member State Hall of Fame Founding Member

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    The idea of the NSCA moving to the Cardinal Center seems to me too be more possible than Luke going to San Antonio. With the SCTP BEING at the CC for another TEN years I've heard that new skeet fields are in the works and needed so the skeeters would be happy and could hold their national shoot OK, (remember adult book just across the interstate too).

    I have no idea how big the National Sporting Clays shoot is but Jack owns damn near every piece of land around the CC so building a few new sporting stations would be no problem either and most of the industry has buildings at the CC for the trap shoots already.

    Personally I'd rather see the skeeters and the Sporting guys around the place than the ATA EC or the grand.

    I don't think Luke is going anywhere, but I'll ask him when the boys and him are up here pheasant hunting with me in a couple of weeks, sometime after the shot show.
     
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    NSCA and NSSA are not going anywhere. Unlike ATA they purchased their own grounds years ago. Most of their large NSCA shoots charge over $1.00 per bird, AND ALWAYS FULL, Plus they can shoot year around. They make lot's of money on corp shoots during the year. Why wouId they want to move
     

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