2016 ATA Southwestern Zone Championship
Arkansas Game & Fish Foundation
Shooting Sports Complex
2800 Graham Rd. Jacksonville, Arkansas
Registration begins at 7:30 A.M. Shooting begins at 9:00 A.M. Practice 7:45 A.M.-8:45 A.M.
Presquad is is open 7/5/16 - 7/14/16
Click here to Presquad
Shoot Program for Southwest Zone in Jacksonville, AR
600 shooters in the Championship events qualified the shoot as competition factor of 3 again.
16 states were represented.
Click here to go to ShootScoreBoard.com to see scores and winners.
Click here to see photos from the AR State shoot.
Click here or anywhere on the Program to view the complete AR State shoot program.
Printable 7 page 2016 AR State Shoot Notes, Rules, and Events. (PDF)
Printable 4 page 2016 AR State Shoot Events only. (PDF)
2016 Arkansas AIM Registration
Click here or on the AR AIM logo above for2016 Arkansas AIM State Championship entry form and program.
"20 years to Life"
This new youth Membership will cost $250. It allows youth shooters to purchase an extended membership that will last 20 years from the date of purchase.
See attached release from the ATA.
The ATA announced Friday 1/15/16 they have signed an agreement with the IDNR to hold the 2016 Grand American in Sparta.
at the 2015
Click here or on the picture below to see a list of the Arkansas Trophy winners.
2015 National AIM team Champions
Noah White, JC Tune, Blake Campbell, Tanner Cooper, Daniel Griffin
Singles and HAA Champion
A complete list of the ARKANSAS winners from the
2015 AIM Grand Championships will be posted after the Grand.
(Please send pictures of our Arkansas winners to firstname.lastname@example.org)
View 2015 AR State Shoot Scores at Shooterscoreboard.com.
click here to see scores.
Map to Arkansas Game & Fish Foundation Shooting Sports Complex
Congratulations to all the Arkansas Winners
2014 Grand American
2014 ATA Grand American Results
Trophy List by Name of AR shooters
All Trophies list from Grand with Arkansas shooters highlighted
Photos from the some of the Shoot offs at the 2014 Gran American
Congratulations to all the Arkansas Winners in the
2014 AIM Grand National Youth Championship
Check out all the winner at www.aim4ata.com
Tanner completed his first Grand Slam on Sat 6/21/14 when he ran his first 100 straight in Handicap from the 27 yard line at the Pajaro gun club in Ft Smith, AR.
Tanner is the first person from Arkansas to complete the Grand Slam.
Arkansas State Shoot
2014 Arkansas State Shoot Program
2014 AR State AIM Shoot Program
AIM State Shoot Preregistration Form
2014 AR State Shoot Results
and other interesting data from the State shoot
Provided by Trapshooters.com
2014 AR AIM State Championship Results
NEW GUN CLUB
Arkansas Game and Fish Foundation Shooting Sports ComplexA State-of-the-art public shooting range facility at 2800 Graham Road in Jacksonville opened on January 25,3014. This project is a partnership between the The Arkansas Game and Fish Foundation and the City of Jacksonville.
The multi-use complex will be the largest of its kind in the state, It includes a 14 trap fields, three skeet overlays, three lit fields, tow pavilions, a lake, and a 5,100 square foot clubhouse that includes a classroom.
Link to New KTHV news report on the Arkansas Game & Fish Foundation Shooting Sports complex.
Rick Evans Grandview Prairie CEC Shotgun RangeThe Rick Evans Grandview Prairie CEC Shotgun Range in Columbus, AR is now an ATA certified range.
They have 3 Trap fields, 2 skeet fields, Five stand and Archery.
Check them out on AGFC web site and shoot dates on ShootATA.com
The 2014 All American Teams include five Arkansans
Junior Second Team Austin Scrogin, Corning 789
Junior Second Team Noah White, Rose Bud 497
Sub Junior First Team Garrett Scrogin, Corning 1,213
Sub Junior First Team John Didier, Fort Smith 824
Sub Junior Second Team John Riley Wiens, Lonoke 587
Complete list of the 2014 All American Teams on ShootATA.com
Click here to see a full list of Arkansas All Americans, 1942-Present.
ASTF Mission Statement
The purpose of the Arkansas Trapshooting Federation shall be to encourage and promote the sport of trapshooting, to govern the Federation's annual trapshooting championships and the sport of trapshooting in general within the state of Arkansas, and to promote good fellowship and sportsmanship by all members.