Shoot 50, 100 or more! Beginner, advanced and everyone in between is welcome! We have 13 stations with fun and challenging targets at each station! If do not have a shotgun don't worry! We have everything you need.
Join us every 3rd Saturday for our NSCA shoot. No membership required to the NSCA or The Smokin Gun. We have four events.
Main is 100 sporting clay's
28 gauge sub shoot 50 clay's on the main course
20 ga. sub shoot 50 clay's on the main course
skeet 50 clay's
Lunch Provided to shooters
Register on Score Chaser or in Person
Targets may be thrown from any angle or distance to simulate wingshooting, and six different sizes of clay targets are used to further give the shooter the experience of actual hunting conditions.
Sporting clays is typically shot in squads of two to six people and played over a course of 10 to 15 shooting stations laid around fields or around the natural features of the land. The course designer is not limited in target speed, angle, or distance, so every course is different.
The most common target used in sporting clays is the clay that is used in skeet and trap. But sporting clays also uses specialty targets to introduce the illusion of speed or distance in the eye of the shooter, moving at speeds or in the ways of game birds. All can be thrown as singles or pairs.
Any shotgun that’s in safe working condition, capable of firing two shots, may be used. Any gauge can be used, but the most popular are 12 and 20 gauge.
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