The Williams Lake Sportsmen’s Association Gun Show certainly gave a bang for its buck.
Terry Chupa, president of the WLSA, said 330 people attended the show held Saturday and Sunday at the WLSA clubhouse on Bond Lake Road.
The gun show was the first of its kind in Williams Lake since 1985, Chupa said.
“Al Bush from Chilcotin Guns and Moe Monita, vice-president of the WLSA, were instrumental in making the gun show a huge success,” Chupa said.
He added numerous other volunteers helped make the event possible.
“I’d just like to thank the numerous volunteers and the people who came out to support this event,” Chupa said.
The WLSA is now set to host an upcoming adult shoot May 18 at the WLSA range.
Following that, the WLSA hosts an Inter-Agency Shoot June 9, featuring an accuracy shooting competition between the RCMP, conservation officers, sheriffs and extreme practical shooters.