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Sponsored Clay Shoot

Sponsored Clay Shoot

Sponsored Clay Shoot

Recently, the Alamo Chapter sponsored a Clay Shoot with the Combat Marine Outdoors Organization at the San Antonio Gun Club. One of the winners of a varmint hunt was Seth Adams, the teenage son of Alan and Laura Adams. One of the things that are important to the Alamo Chapter is Youth Hunter Education, so this was exciting! When Seth was asked if he had a gun for the hunt, he replied, “No sir, I’ll need to borrow one.” The Alamo Chapter decided to provide him with his very own gun…he was speechless. President David Bodker contacted Apache Rifleworks out of Comfort, Texas, and placed an order. The following pictures were taken at the home of Sargent Albert Salas (Commander of the Young Marines Program in San Antonio) on May 3rd, when he was presented with a Savage Axis II, bolt action, scoped rifle by David Bodker and Marine Sargent Combat Veteran Art Garcia. The caliber chosen was the ever-popular 6.5 Creedmoor. Congratulations, Seth Adams!