"Bird" Calls!

Santos, Ann
September 2008
PN;Sep2008, Vol. 62 Issue 9, p45
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The article discusses the Paralyzed Veterans of America National Trapshoot Circuit which gives chance to people with disabilities to participate in recreational and competitive sport in the U.S. In trapshoot game, mechanically thrown clay targets or "birds" are hit with a gun. The PVA can send five-person teams, with three shooters who use wheelchairs for moving, to compete in various shooting events. Winners and coverage of the competition in various states are also presented.


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