Shooters Cup      

The WOW – WE CARE CHARITY Shooters Cup Fundraiser is a sporting clay competition to test participants’ shotgun proficiency. It is a unique event complete with team and individual activities, The Fly Must Die competition, lunch, and awards. In addition, we also offer a beginner activity, which includes basic instruction on gun safety, along with non-competitive shooting to practice skills.

All proceeds will benefit Rise Together – a grassroots organization dedicated to empowering youth to stand up and speak out on issues such as suicide, bullying, and substance abuse.

Fifth Annual Shooters Cup

Friday, May 4, 2018 – 10am – 3pm

Triple J Wing and Clay
2687 Man Cal Road,
Brillion, WI 54110

Registration Fee: $25 – Fee includes your choice of 12-gauge or 20-gauge shot gun shells, eye protection, hearing protection, lunch, and two drink tickets.

Participants are responsible for bringing their own shotgun* or renting one from Triple J Wing and Clay for $15 (supply is limited).

*Recommended: side-by-side, over-under, or semi-automatic.

Second Annual Fly Must Die 

   

 

Friday, May 4, 2018 – 2pm

During the Shooters Cup, WOW-WE CARE CHARITY will be hosting the Second Annual Fly Must Die competition to raise additional funds for Rise Together.

Howard Kamerer, President and CEO of WOW Logistics, will compete against Eugene Mancl, Vice President of Ron’s Refrigeration, in a shooting accuracy course using sniper rifles. The final shot will require them to hit a fly from 100 yards away.

If you make a donation in favor of either Howard or Eugene, the loser of the competition will have to match* the amount in their donation bucket.

*Matched amounts are limited.

Howard’s Shooting Profile

How long have you been shooting? 42 years

What type of gun will you use? A Ruger Precision Rifle 6.5 Creedmoor with a Nightforce NXS 5.5-22x50 Riflescope. I don’t need a fancy dancy rifle like Eugene does.

Shooting strengths? I’m a straight shooter.

Shooting weaknesses? I have extremely poor eyesight and shaky hands.

Most difficult shot you’ve ever made? I shot an in-flight blackbird with a .22 LR with iron sights. When the bird hit the ground, my dad gave me $5. I also shot a buck running at full speed in a field at 450 yards.

Eugene’s Shooting Profile

How long have you been shooting? About 40 years

What type of gun will you use? I’ll use the same model rifle as Howard with a little cheaper scope (NO FANCY DANCY)…I’ll bring one of the big guns and let Howard put on a show with it after we’re done killing flies.

Shooting strengths? I’m a right-handed shooter and I’m a little wall-eyed. I can see them coming and going, but the stuff in the middle has always been challenging.

Shooting weaknesses? Not as young as I once was. The guns are getting heavier.

Most difficult shot you’ve ever made? When I was younger, I shot an icicle off the roof of our house on Christmas day with my new Red Rider BB gun. I once shot a 3 shot 9” group at 1760 yards (1 mile).

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