Hunter Arms Homecoming Weekend in Fulton triggers fun and memories

Larry Moore (left) and Mark Loomis are pictured during Saturday’s Hunter Arms Homecoming Weekend shooting competition at the Pathfinder Fish & Game Club in Fulton. Participants were required to shoot with Hunter Arms/L.C. Smith guns, which were made in Fulton for more than half a century. The weekend also featured Hunter Arms and L.C. Smith displays at the Pratt House Museum, and an awards banquet Saturday night at Tavern on the Lock Restaurant.

FULTON — Those attending the 10th annual Hunter Arms Homecoming Weekend on Friday and Saturday in Fulton were fired up to renew acquaintances, share stories, and shoot the famed L.C. Smith guns once again.

The weekend’s events included shooting contests at the Pathfinder Fish & Game Club, historic Hunter Arms and L.C. Smith displays at the John Wells Pratt House Museum, and an awards banquet Saturday night at Tavern on the Lock Restaurant.