WINTER LEAGUE

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F.S.C. Sporting Clay’s Winter League will run from January 7th to March 30th, the 30th is scheduled for the buffet, and awards ceremony.  The cost to enter the league is $25.00 and includes the buffet, a tee shirt, and a chance for prizes! Prizes will be awarded to each top shooter in the senior division (65+), regular division (19-64), and junior division (18 under). A minimum of 300 targets must be shot in order to qualify for prizes. High scores are determined by the average of the highest 3 scores entered throughout the available shooting dates, scores shot on March 30th can be counted.  Scores from 100 or 50 target rounds may be entered, two consecutive 50 target scores are added for a 100 target score to be eligible for averaging .  As always 12 and 20 gauge ammunition is available for sale at the clubhouse.  The kitchen will be open for breakfast, lunch, and hot beverages to warm up. We hope to see you there January 7th opening day, shooting starts at 9 AM, and last squad out will be 2 PM.  New this year, Trap shooting will be available starting at noon for all the Winter League event dates. Rifle range closed to facilitate event, AUX. OPEN

50 BIRD COURSE…$13 MEMBER,  $15 NONMEMBER

100 BIRD COURSE…$25 MEMBER,  $30 NONMEMBER

WINTER LEAGUE

sporting clay text

 

 

 

 

F.S.C. Sporting Clay’s Winter League will run from January 7th to March 30th, the 30th is scheduled for the buffet, and awards ceremony.  The cost to enter the league is $25.00 and includes the buffet, a tee shirt, and a chance for prizes! Prizes will be awarded to each top shooter in the senior division (65+), regular division (19-64), and junior division (18 under). A minimum of 300 targets must be shot in order to qualify for prizes. High scores are determined by the average of the highest 3 scores entered throughout the available shooting dates, scores shot on March 30th can be counted.  Scores from 100 or 50 target rounds may be entered, two consecutive 50 target scores are added for a 100 target score to be eligible for averaging .  As always 12 and 20 gauge ammunition is available for sale at the clubhouse.  The kitchen will be open for breakfast, lunch, and hot beverages to warm up. We hope to see you there January 7th opening day, shooting starts at 9 AM, and last squad out will be 2 PM.  New this year, Trap shooting will be available starting at noon for all the Winter League event dates. Rifle range closed to facilitate event, AUX. OPEN

50 BIRD COURSE…$13 MEMBER,  $15 NONMEMBER

100 BIRD COURSE…$25 MEMBER,  $30 NONMEMBER

WINTER LEAGUE

sporting clay text

 

 

 

 

F.S.C. Sporting Clay’s Winter League will run from January 7th to March 30th, the 30th is scheduled for the buffet, and awards ceremony.  The cost to enter the league is $25.00 and includes the buffet, a tee shirt, and a chance for prizes! Prizes will be awarded to each top shooter in the senior division (65+), regular division (19-64), and junior division (18 under). A minimum of 300 targets must be shot in order to qualify for prizes. High scores are determined by the average of the highest 3 scores entered throughout the available shooting dates, scores shot on March 30th can be counted.  Scores from 100 or 50 target rounds may be entered, two consecutive 50 target scores are added for a 100 target score to be eligible for averaging .  As always 12 and 20 gauge ammunition is available for sale at the clubhouse.  The kitchen will be open for breakfast, lunch, and hot beverages to warm up. We hope to see you there January 7th opening day, shooting starts at 9 AM, and last squad out will be 2 PM.  New this year, Trap shooting will be available starting at noon for all the Winter League event dates. Rifle range closed to facilitate event, AUX. OPEN

50 BIRD COURSE…$13 MEMBER,  $15 NONMEMBER

100 BIRD COURSE…$25 MEMBER,  $30 NONMEMBER

WINTER LEAGUE

sporting clay text

 

 

 

 

F.S.C. Sporting Clay’s Winter League will run from January 7th to March 30th, the 30th is scheduled for the buffet, and awards ceremony.  The cost to enter the league is $25.00 and includes the buffet, a tee shirt, and a chance for prizes! Prizes will be awarded to each top shooter in the senior division (65+), regular division (19-64), and junior division (18 under). A minimum of 300 targets must be shot in order to qualify for prizes. High scores are determined by the average of the highest 3 scores entered throughout the available shooting dates, scores shot on March 30th can be counted.  Scores from 100 or 50 target rounds may be entered, two consecutive 50 target scores are added for a 100 target score to be eligible for averaging .  As always 12 and 20 gauge ammunition is available for sale at the clubhouse.  The kitchen will be open for breakfast, lunch, and hot beverages to warm up. We hope to see you there January 7th opening day, shooting starts at 9 AM, and last squad out will be 2 PM.  New this year, Trap shooting will be available starting at noon for all the Winter League event dates. Rifle range closed to facilitate event, AUX. OPEN

50 BIRD COURSE…$13 MEMBER,  $15 NONMEMBER

100 BIRD COURSE…$25 MEMBER,  $30 NONMEMBER

WINTER LEAGUE

sporting clay text

 

 

 

 

F.S.C. Sporting Clay’s Winter League will run from January 7th to March 30th, the 30th is scheduled for the buffet, and awards ceremony.  The cost to enter the league is $25.00 and includes the buffet, a tee shirt, and a chance for prizes! Prizes will be awarded to each top shooter in the senior division (65+), regular division (19-64), and junior division (18 under). A minimum of 300 targets must be shot in order to qualify for prizes. High scores are determined by the average of the highest 3 scores entered throughout the available shooting dates, scores shot on March 30th can be counted.  Scores from 100 or 50 target rounds may be entered, two consecutive 50 target scores are added for a 100 target score to be eligible for averaging .  As always 12 and 20 gauge ammunition is available for sale at the clubhouse.  The kitchen will be open for breakfast, lunch, and hot beverages to warm up. We hope to see you there January 7th opening day, shooting starts at 9 AM, and last squad out will be 2 PM.  New this year, Trap shooting will be available starting at noon for all the Winter League event dates. Rifle range closed to facilitate event, AUX. OPEN

50 BIRD COURSE…$13 MEMBER,  $15 NONMEMBER

100 BIRD COURSE…$25 MEMBER,  $30 NONMEMBER

WINTER LEAGUE

sporting clay text

 

 

 

 

F.S.C. Sporting Clay’s Winter League will run from January 7th to March 30th, the 30th is scheduled for the buffet, and awards ceremony.  The cost to enter the league is $25.00 and includes the buffet, a tee shirt, and a chance for prizes! Prizes will be awarded to each top shooter in the senior division (65+), regular division (19-64), and junior division (18 under). A minimum of 300 targets must be shot in order to qualify for prizes. High scores are determined by the average of the highest 3 scores entered throughout the available shooting dates, scores shot on March 30th can be counted.  Scores from 100 or 50 target rounds may be entered, two consecutive 50 target scores are added for a 100 target score to be eligible for averaging .  As always 12 and 20 gauge ammunition is available for sale at the clubhouse.  The kitchen will be open for breakfast, lunch, and hot beverages to warm up. We hope to see you there January 7th opening day, shooting starts at 9 AM, and last squad out will be 2 PM.  New this year, Trap shooting will be available starting at noon for all the Winter League event dates. Rifle range closed to facilitate event, AUX. OPEN

50 BIRD COURSE…$13 MEMBER,  $15 NONMEMBER

100 BIRD COURSE…$25 MEMBER,  $30 NONMEMBER

Meat Shoot

Meat shoots are commonly mistaken as block shoots, ham shoots, turkey shoots, etc. This is, however, a misnomer. They are typically run as fund raising events by small rod and gun clubs, gun owners associations, or Veterans of Foreign Wars chapters. Rules vary depending on location, but the general idea is that using shotguns or other small target shooting weapons, participants shoot at paper targets to try to win prizes (often, hams or turkeys, or select cuts of beef).

ShootersEvents usually include a numbered sign-up sheet on which shooters write their name to indicate for which prize they would like to compete. Different lines on the sheet correspond to different specific prizes (e.g. line #1 may be competing for a ham). Shooters can often buy as many chances to shoot as they would like.

There are target cards numbered from 1 – 20 for each shoot. All targets are paper, all shells are light target loads, and both are provided by the club to keep everything fair. Each set of 20 targets is also numbered to match the number of the corresponding sign up sheet. The targets are hung out one at a time, and each shooter fires one shot at one target, in the numerical order of the sign up sheet. The targets are inspected/measured by a judge with a magnifying glass, who doesn’t see the shooters’ names or the sign-up sheet, just the 20 numbered targets, from one shooter at a time. This helps to keep the results unbiased`ed due to anonymity. The card with a hole closest to the X in the center of the target is the winner. It doesn’t matter how many pellets hit the card; the one closest to center is the one that counts.


Sponsored by

Tony Grasso Team National

Mark Minelli South Side Bowl

Ken Piestrak  Piestrak Gun Shop