Some of the impressive exhibitors at the event include Anderson Wheeler, AyA, Arrieta, Beretta USA, Boss & Co., J. Purdey & Sons, Holland & Holland, Breval Clothing, Charles Boswell, Chris Batha, Dubarry of Ireland, Good Shot Design, Griffin & Howe, Krieghoff and many other luxury brands.
Throughout you’ll enjoy fine firearms demonstrations where you can ‘shoot the sporting firearm of your dreams’; daily demonstrations of falconry, dog training and fly fishing; Polaris off-road vehicle demonstrations; and a simulated pheasant drive and Crazy Quail Shooting Games. Admission to the exhibition is free.
The main attraction is a 100-round sporting clays competition on the Hudson Farm course — certainly among the most beautiful in the world.
Sunday will begin with a sumptuous luncheon.
Silent auction items include:
Belvoir Castle Shoot, Grantham, Leicestershire, UK: www.belvoircastle.com
- A Day’s Shooting at Belvoir Castle for eight guns with an overnight stay in Belvoir Castle as the guests of The Duke & Duchess of Rutland for up to 16 people (www.belvoircastle.com).
- Two full days and three nights all inclusive of upland bird hunting for two hunters at the luxurious Kessler Canyon Ranch in De Beque, Colorado (www.kesslercanyon.com). Additional guests may be added.
- New York Giants Select Club Seats for NY Giants vs. Washington Redskins, Sunday December 29th 2013. Two front-row bench seats behind the Giant’s bench plus Coach Club admittance, exclusive access to post-game interviews with players and coaches inside the club plus complimentary dining and preferred parking.
Don’t wait to register for Griffin & Howe’s 8th Annual Showcase & Sporting Clays Invitational. Get started by calling 203-340-9633 or visit their web site at www.griffinhowe.com.
About the Wounded Warriors in Action
The Wounded Warriors in Action (WWIA) is a national 501(c)(3) public charity that devotes all of its energy and resources to supporting Purple Heart recipients. The WWIA supports these phenomenal heroes by providing them with the opportunity to participate in world-class outdoor sporting activities, chiefly hunting and fishing.
The WWIA's mission is to get our Wounded Warriors back in Action. Many great Americans throughout the history of this nation have experienced and truly believe in the tremendous healing power of the Great Outdoors. There is no greater healing potential than connecting with nature and pursuing great achievements both afield and on the water.
The purpose for establishing the WWIA is to provide our Wounded Warriors with outdoor sporting opportunities they would otherwise never have. This is our nation's opportunity to give something back and to express in a meaningful way, our collective gratitude for their service and great sacrifices these heroes have made.
These exhilarating activities provide our Wounded Warriors the opportunities to re-integrate themselves back into our society; re-enforce the communal aspect of life; to increase self-reliance and self-confidence; and enjoy the wonderful aspects of the great outdoors — all in concert with a cadre of expert sportsmen who share the same values and ethos of the Warriors they support.
The WWIA understands and is committed to the healing power experiencing the great outdoors provides.
For more information about the WWIA please visit their web site at http://www.woundedwarriorsinaction.org/.