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Guns and Charity

This Bang Bang Event Reveals Houston’s Top Shooters — and Does Plenty of Good

BY // 03.01.17
photography Priscilla Dickson

What: Alley Theatre‘s Sporting Clays Shoot

Where: Greater Houston Gun Club

PC Moment: More than 85 guys and gals with guns loaded up their firearms for an afternoon of competitive sporting clay rounds and flurry events. But before they put in the ear plugs, the 20 teams feasted on a wild game and seafood buffet from the Coronado Club. The competition heated up in a game of Mixology in which the two top scoring shooters took home a pair of orange sapphire and sterling silver earrings and a pair of sterling silver bullet cuff links provided by Deville Fine Jewelry.

Applause, applause for the Jeff Birmingham and Robert McBee team which took first place and for the Mach Industrial Group which scored second. Taking bows as first place individual shooter was David Martin.

Who: Jesse Marion, Dean Gladden, Trey Peacock, Harry Mach, Tom Mach, Butch Mach, Robert Wagnon, Jeffrey Stone, Frank Garza, Tim McGinty, Mike Russell, Tim Bautsch, Chris Pelton, Scott Asmus, Vicki Smith, Doug Mellon, Hoke Peacock III, David Denechaud and Kevin Glass.

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