Minnesota Trapshooting Association
MTA Hall Of Fame
MINNESOTA TRAPSHOOTING ASSOCIATION
Minnesota Trapshooting Hall of Fame
Dr. W. G. Miskoff
Dr. W. G. Miskoff, known as Doc, has been shooting registered targets since 1960. Doc is a life member of the ATA, three gun clubs in the Hutchinson area and the Owatonna Gun Club. He can be found almost any weekend at a Minnesota registered shoot.
As of August 1991, Doc has accumulated a total of 295,700 targets; 144.300 16-yard targets, 85,650 Handicap targets, and 65,750 Doubles targets. That doesn’t even include the league shooting and pleasure shooting he does as well.
Doc was named to the MTA board of directors in 1966 and he served consecutive years until 1977 when he was appointed as alternate Minnesota ATA delegate. He was
re-elected to that position every year through 1987.
As a MTA director he was involved in formulating and helping to write the Minnesota Zone Trapshooting program. While an alternate ATA delegate he was instrumental in changing the division structure of the ATA Central Zone into four smaller zones.
He has attended the Grand American in Vandalia for 27 consecutive years. During the past 8 years he has attended all the Southern Satellite and Western Satellite Grand’s. His shooting has earned him three Grand American trophies as well as three satellite Grand trophies.
He has been on the MTA State team several times, as well as the Central Zone team and other respected honor shooting teams.