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Annual Red McLachlan 3-D Shoot

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Event# 928-425-5053

Event Details

The event begins Saturday morning until Sunday, 45 3-D Animals, 3 rounds of 15 targets, 1 arrow per target.
- Trophies awarded in all classes.
- Smoker and novelty rounds, $1.00 each, extra rounds, $5.00 each.
- Food available all 3 days, all three meals.
- Lots of primitive camping, parking, and Porta-Pots.
- Red McLachlan history booth.

Annual Red McLachlan 3-D Shoot

Address : Timber Camps, Hwy. 60-77 - 25 miles north of Globe Globe AZ
Phone : 928-425-5053   (Always call and confirm events.)

Admission Fee : Spectators Free, Participants - Adults, 18+, $20; Youth, 9-17, $10; PeeWee, Under 9, Free.

Additional Notes : Take US 60 North from Globe toward ShowLow approximately 25 miles, between mileposts 280 and 281 on west side of Highway.

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