Wanted to share a couple of pictures from this weekend where Josey participated in the Mulligan 400 at her home club, Moore n’ Moore. Josey won Lady and Sub Jr. CONGRATULATIONS FROM FIOCCHI!
She also did really well at the Western Regionals in Tucson where she shot her highest score to date, a 96. It was good enough to get her in the #2 position on the leader board on Saturday for the event. She is really growing in the sport and appreciates her sponsorship from Fiocchi.
One of the photos attached is Josey holding up an award she received from the NSCA Championship Tour for A Class – 4th Place Overall for 2015. Josey also ranked 7th in Ladies in the Krieghoff All American Team for 2016 and 3rd in Ladies for the 12-Guage All American Team 2016.
Overall, Josey had a great year and continues to excel in the sport.
Sometimes opening letters is a thing of beuty!
The Fiocchi Team
The study is the result of an extensive research carried out on a wide range of animals in occasion of the drafting of the Lead REACH dossier submitted to ECHA in 2010. The data were subsequently submitted to an in-depth analysis and integrated by experts of the Arcadis, a US company specialised in the field, in relation to three of the most significant species of terrestrial birds present in Europe.
The population models used for conducting the study are aimed to consider the “reasonable worst-case scenarios”, and the effects of ingestion of lead shots by birds has been studied at the population as well as the individual scale.
The text published is the result of a long and in-depth debate between the Arcadis experts and the reviewers of the Scientific Committee of the magazine.
The synthesis of the study can be summarized as follow:
Lead shots can cause poisoning of individual birds,
but it has no significant impact on the population level
Accidents, trauma, starvation, disease and bait poison are emerging as the most significant causes impacting the birds life trend. In particular, the ingestion of poisoned bait appears particularly relevant among the mortality causes and in addition induces sub-lethal reproductive impairment.
Link to the study
The complete study can be found online by clicking here.
Hello Fiocchi Friends!
While the Fiocchi team is busy and happy at the 2016 shot show, we at the Fiocchi Web Team, thought to put our new 2016 Catalog on-line
hoping to make all of you happy! You can view & download it HERE !!!
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This year is Fiocchi's 140th Anniversary! Thank you for choosing us!
Soon! Visit our Booth #15942 at the 2016 shotshow !!!
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Well we had another very successful Fiocchi Grand Prix at Keystone Shooting Park! Here are photos of the awards ceremony. The weather and conditions were absolutely perfect and Collin Wiefeldt of the Olympic Training Center set a new range record (196 x 200). A news article will appear later this fall in Trapshooting USA magazine regarding the results of the Fiocchi Grand Prix. Team Keystone went to the Grand Prix of France last month in Cernay and the athletes dominated the competition and they came away with (4) medals:
Junior Gold Medalist = Lance Thompson (Youngest in 32 year history of event at 13 Years and 3 months old)
Junior Bronze Medalist = Ashton Werner
Ladies Bronze Medalist = Ann Jardin
Junior Ladies Gold Medalist = Heidi Bechtold
9th Place – Men’s Open = Alexander Dupre (9th out of 129)
There is a copy of a little article that appeared in a French newspaper about Lance’s accomplishment.
Congratulations to all! And thank you Allen B. Chubb, Jr!
2015 Fiocchi Grand Prix Champion Timothy Herbstsommer
2015 Fiocchi Grand Prix Medalists (L to R) = Samuel Leiendecker USA (Silver), Timothy Herbstsommer USA (Gold), Ann Jardin USA (Bronze)
2015 Fiocchi Grand Prix Junior Medalist (L to R) = Ashton Werner USA (Silver), Mitchell Kleinfelter USA (Gold), Chase Gallagher USA (Bronze)
Little article that appeared in a French newspaper about Lance’s accomplishment
You can even enjoy a nice video of all here: http://youtu.be/pVrswmokJTo
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