Shooters listen to a range safety officer explain the rules of the Annie Oakley contest on Saturday, Nov. 21, 2015 during the Juneau Gun Club's annual Turkey Shoot fundraiser. During the Annie Oakley, a line of shooters is invited to fire shotguns in sequence at clay pigeons. If a shooter misses the pigeon, he is eliminated if the next shooter in line can destroy the flying target. Juneau Shooting Sports is a co-sponsor of the event with the Gun Club.

Shooters listen to a range safety officer explain the rules of the Annie Oakley contest on Saturday, Nov. 21, 2015 during the Juneau Gun Club's annual Turkey Shoot fundraiser. During the Annie Oakley, a line of shooters is invited to fire shotguns in sequence at clay pigeons. If a shooter misses the pigeon, he is eliminated if the next shooter in line can destroy the flying target. Juneau Shooting Sports is a co-sponsor of the event with the Gun Club.

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Eric Verrelli smiles after shooting in the Annie Oakley competition Saturday at the Juneau Gun Club’s Turkey Shoot. Verrelli won the competition, winning a frozen turkey. The Gun Club, Juneau Shooting Sports Foundation, Juneau Archery Club and the Alaska Department of Fish and Game host the shooting competition each year as a fundraiser. Proceeds are divided by the three clubs, and any extra funds go to Helping Hands.

Wayne Wilson looks down the firing line at the next shooters after advancing to the next round in the Annie Oakley competition Saturday, Nov. 21, 2015 at the Juneau Gun Club's Turkey Shoot. Eric Verrelli, at back, won the initial competition, taking home a frozen turkey.

Wayne Wilson looks down the firing line at the next shooters after advancing to the next round in the Annie Oakley competition Saturday, Nov. 21, 2015 at the Juneau Gun Club’s Turkey Shoot. Eric Verrelli, at back, won the initial competition, taking home a frozen turkey.

Eric Verrelli smiles after shooting in the Annie Oakley competition Saturday, Nov. 21, 2015 at the Juneau Gun Club's Turkey Shoot. Verrelli won the competition, winning a frozen turkey. The Gun Club, Juneau Shooting Sports Foundation, Juneau Archery Club and the Alaska Department of Fish and Game host the shooting competition each year as a fundraiser. Proceeds are divided by the three clubs, and any extra funds go to Helping Hands.

Eric Verrelli smiles after shooting in the Annie Oakley competition Saturday, Nov. 21, 2015 at the Juneau Gun Club’s Turkey Shoot. Verrelli won the competition, winning a frozen turkey. The Gun Club, Juneau Shooting Sports Foundation, Juneau Archery Club and the Alaska Department of Fish and Game host the shooting competition each year as a fundraiser. Proceeds are divided by the three clubs, and any extra funds go to Helping Hands.

Logan Miller, 12, bites his fingernails as he awaits the result of his attempt in the card shoot event on Saturday, Nov. 21, 2015. This event, part of the 2015 Turkey Shoot, invites participants to fire shotguns at stationary targets. The person whose shot is closest to the center of an X marked on the card wins a frozen turkey.

Logan Miller, 12, bites his fingernails as he awaits the result of his attempt in the card shoot event on Saturday, Nov. 21, 2015. This event, part of the 2015 Turkey Shoot, invites participants to fire shotguns at stationary targets. The person whose shot is closest to the center of an X marked on the card wins a frozen turkey.

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