Kolar Arms and its supporters are proud to announce the 2015 Kolar Youth Challenge. We are excited to support and promote the game of Skeet through our youth shooters and support the Junior World Skeet Championships through this program at the NSSA World Headquarters, July 23-26, 2015. Youth participation is the future and lifeblood of our sport.
ALL AMERICAN QUALIFIER
Base entry fees will be paid for the top ten shooters in all three concurrents based on All American points published by the NSSA as of July 15, 2015. The three concurrents include; Sub-Junior, Junior and Collegiate. Due to the fact that there is no concurrent for Junior Ladies, the top five ladies will also qualify based on a the HOA four gun average (minimum of 400 targets in each gauge) posted by July 15, 2015, in the event that they do not qualify in the top ten of the three concurrents. Shooters can only qualify once.
KOLAR MAX SKEET DRAWING
A drawing for a Kolar Max Skeet with a full set of AAA subgauge tubes has been donated by Elite Shotguns LLC. This generous donation has an MSRP value of $13,395.00. Any shooter participating in at least one event at the 2015 Junior World Skeet Championship will receive one ticket for the drawing. An additional drawing ticket will be awarded to each shooter participating in at least one event at Kolar sponsored shoots including, The Kolar Mid America, The Elite/Kolar Skeet Classic, The Pan American and The Western Open. Verification by either a copy of your paid registration or the shooters average print out from the NSSA web site at registration will be required.
YOUTH CHALLENGE SPONSORS INCLUDE:
Kolar Arms, Paxton Arms, Elite Shotguns, L&B Kolar Sales, Mancinelli’s Auto Repair, Giambrone Shooting Clinics, Scientific Notebook, Studio Design and Millwork, John Waters and Debbi Perry, John and Kristie Haugh, Clay and Kerry Baldwin, Kevin and Brooke Monteleone.