The BookCliff Muzzleloaders Club which includes members from Carbon and Emery counties as well as around the state enjoy the last of the good weather at the annual meat shoot. The club meets twice each month at the Pinnacle Peak range and welcomes all blackpowder gun shooters to join in the fun.
Von Johnston takes a look through his spotting scope at his target.
Shooters had to be right on this day as the top scores on each target were nearly perfect.
The shooters go up to the belt line to take a look at their targets.
Christine Chidester, Laura Fillmore and Cathy Gunter fix lunch for the shooters.
The BookCliff Muzzleloaders Club is one of the oldest continuously shooting blackpowder clubs in the state of Utah.
Participants gathered from across the state to participate in the annual meat shoot where the best target scores won a turkey and steaks.
Lunch was prepared by the Huntington ladies who are also shooters.
The club will have a club shoot on Jan. 24 at 10 a.m. at the Bookcliff range. Anyone with a blackpowder gun is welcome to come and participate.
Ken Gunter is the new president of the club with Wayne Fillmore as the range master. The club meets twice monthly with a Spring Shoot planned for May 2.