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    Default R100 Colombia MO 4-14,15

    Another member asked me what is the big deal about the Rhinehart R100 3d Shoots? So please let us new members know what the Big Deal is.

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    Default Can a club really make any money on one of these R100 shoots?

    Are the R100 shoots profitable for clubs ? Are they worth the effort? What is/are the benefits to any Club from hosting one of these?

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    I have shot the R100 four times now and it's alot of fun they don't really give prizes for wining the shoot but the do give door prizes Rinehart makes some awesome targets that other companies don't make like full size giraffes rinos elephants and others it's divided up into a north American course and an african course 50 targets each day for 2 days


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    the sparta shoot drew around 900 shooters . at around 40 each just for shooting . from what i know its 75pct rinehart 25pct club . plus club gets pop beer burgers .someone making some money .

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    Our Club on the outskirts of Brisbane Australia would love the opertunity to host one of these !!!Don't take this stuff for granted will you guy's??????
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    Quote Originally Posted by LoneHillArcher View Post
    I have shot the R100 four times now and it's alot of fun they don't really give prizes for wining the shoot but the do give door prizes Rinehart makes some awesome targets that other companies don't make like full size giraffes rinos elephants and others it's divided up into a north American course and an african course 50 targets each day for 2 days


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    Door Prizes, what kind of door prizes are they?

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    door prizes include everything from bows to targets to arrows to little stuff. Well worth hanging around until the end of the last day.

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    they usually have one here in the bluegrass state. if i have the time this year then i will have to check it out.
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    They are a ton of fun, if you got kids they are even better.

    It's more of a fun shoot than anything and prizes are door prizes cause there is alot of pencil whippin going on, range finders all sorts of stuff. But it's for fun.

    The couple I've been to were very busy both days and I'm sure the club made out real well.

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    We shot the r100 in wabash in last year and had a blast. It's well worth going to. We are already planning our trip this year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Supermag View Post
    door prizes include everything from bows to targets to arrows to little stuff. Well worth hanging around until the end of the last day.

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    Sounds like some good swag (prizes) is handed out. My son is 16 so he would be Happy with anything we got. As far as that goes so would I. We mainly do the 3d shoots for fun anyway. Thank You for the information.

    Respectfully, Rickey

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