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Expansive shooting opportunities await conference attendees in Texas

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As we set our sights on McAllen, Texas, for the 2014 conference, the members-only Lozano Shooting Range is planning to open their doors to OWAA members for our shooting program during the May 23-25, 2014, event. The facility has ample room for rifle and handgun shooting with a variety of lanes, including one out to 1,000 yards from an elevated platform, and plans for even more expansion. In addition, the range provides shotgun facilities far beyond what OWAA has had available in recent years, with sporting clays, five-stand, trap and skeet. All shooting areas are covered to provide shade. A large covered viewing deck allows attendees to enjoy the event long after they finish their own demos.
An archery course is also in the works, as well as a new air-conditioned clubhouse with game tables and potentially bunkhouse facilities available for guests participating in private hunting trips on the ranch.
With several shooting sports Supporting Groups already on board for a large presence in McAllen, Shooting Day will be a major highlight for this conference. Whether you are an experienced marksman who regularly covers the
shooting sports or a first-time shooter, make your plans to join us in Texas.

Don’t miss these other conference off-site activities!

Demo Day will take place at Town Lake at Fireman’s Park with water access for fishing, canoeing, kayaking and non-motorized boating, open demo space for all other hard goods manufacturers and a large covered pavilion.
A welcome dinner hosted by the McAllen CVB will take place at Quinta Mazatlan, a historical adobe mansion and World Birding Center facility.♦
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