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Shooters rendezvous for weekend of "smooth shot'

COLFAX-Palouse Hills Muzzleloaders camped outside the city for a weekend of history, shooting and other activities.

Events kicked off Friday, June 24, at the rendezvous near Green Hollow Road, down a dirt road - Manning Road.

Campers filled the field. There were a few teepee tents that had been built.

There was an estate sale of period pieces on a blanket, and several other blankets with goods for sale.

Tony Roberts and his wife, Judy, own a trailer-based business, Mountain Top Trading Co.

There were shooters from all over the country, including Don Paul, who lives south of Helena Calif.

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