07/11/2019
Congressional Clays Shoot
Shown here, left to right, during the Congressional Clays Competition are Rep. Billy Long (R-MO), SCI CEO Laird Hamberlin, SCI State Government Relations staffer Cyrus Baird, SCI President-Elect Steve Skold and SCI Committee Co-Chair Nelson Freeman.

Safari Club International was well represented recently at the annual Congressional Clays Competition, held just outside Washington, D.C.

Representing SCI at the Congressional Sportsmen’s Caucus event were SCI President-Elect
Steve Skold,
SCI CEO Laird Hamberlin, SCI Regional Manager of Government Relations - State Cyrus Baird and SCI Communications Committee Co-Chair Nelson Freeman.

The event was held just days after President Trump signed the Target Practice and Marksmanship Training Support Act into law – a bill championed by CSC leaders that is critical for increasing access to the shooting sports.

“This annual event provides an opportunity for Members of Congress, regardless of political party, to join together in a nonpartisan manner,” said Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation (CSF) President Jeff Crane. “Advancing outdoor recreation and conservation are bipartisan issues that everyone can support.”

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