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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

Military Veterans Skeet Shoot

All Military Veterans Shoot FREE of Charge.

  • USA HatFriday November 10, 2017 beginning at 2:00.
  • Ear and Eye Protection Required.
  • Skeet field is handicap accessible.
  • If arriving after 6pm, please call 570-240-2376.
  • Shooting under the lights if necessary.
  • Open to the public, $4 per round of 25 shots.
  • Bring your favorite shotgun and shells.
  • No registration required.
  • Shoot held rain or shine.

Posters donated by TOPP COPY, Scranton, PA.

Trap

Shoots are registered ATA
Cost $3.50 Members | $4.00 non-Members

Trapshooting is one of the three major disciplines of competitive clay pigeon shooting (shotgun at clay targets).  The targets are launched from a single “house” or machine, generally away from the shooter. It differs from skeet shooting where targets are launched from two “houses” in somewhat “sideways” paths that intersect in front of the shooter.  

Trap ShootingTrapshooting is typically shot with a 12 gauge shotgun. Smaller gauge firearms (e.g. 20 gauge) can be used, but no allowance is given. Trapshooting is shot at either single or double target presentations. This refers to the number of clay targets which are launched simultaneously. Trapshooting shotguns can be adjustable. Stocks may have a “Monte Carlo” (fixed, raised “comb”) configuration and/or include a comb height adjustment, a butt plate adjustment for length, angle or both, with typically having longer barrels (30-34 inches), possibly with porting and featuring tighter chokes to compensate for the longer distances at which trapshooting targets are broken. The majority feature interchangeable choke tubes as opposed chokes of a “fixed” constriction.

Trap

Shoots are registered ATA
Cost $3.50 Members | $4.00 non-Members

Trapshooting is one of the three major disciplines of competitive clay pigeon shooting (shotgun at clay targets).  The targets are launched from a single “house” or machine, generally away from the shooter. It differs from skeet shooting where targets are launched from two “houses” in somewhat “sideways” paths that intersect in front of the shooter.  

Trap ShootingTrapshooting is typically shot with a 12 gauge shotgun. Smaller gauge firearms (e.g. 20 gauge) can be used, but no allowance is given. Trapshooting is shot at either single or double target presentations. This refers to the number of clay targets which are launched simultaneously. Trapshooting shotguns can be adjustable. Stocks may have a “Monte Carlo” (fixed, raised “comb”) configuration and/or include a comb height adjustment, a butt plate adjustment for length, angle or both, with typically having longer barrels (30-34 inches), possibly with porting and featuring tighter chokes to compensate for the longer distances at which trapshooting targets are broken. The majority feature interchangeable choke tubes as opposed chokes of a “fixed” constriction.

Trap

Shoots are registered ATA
Cost $3.50 Members | $4.00 non-Members

Trapshooting is one of the three major disciplines of competitive clay pigeon shooting (shotgun at clay targets).  The targets are launched from a single “house” or machine, generally away from the shooter. It differs from skeet shooting where targets are launched from two “houses” in somewhat “sideways” paths that intersect in front of the shooter.  

Trap ShootingTrapshooting is typically shot with a 12 gauge shotgun. Smaller gauge firearms (e.g. 20 gauge) can be used, but no allowance is given. Trapshooting is shot at either single or double target presentations. This refers to the number of clay targets which are launched simultaneously. Trapshooting shotguns can be adjustable. Stocks may have a “Monte Carlo” (fixed, raised “comb”) configuration and/or include a comb height adjustment, a butt plate adjustment for length, angle or both, with typically having longer barrels (30-34 inches), possibly with porting and featuring tighter chokes to compensate for the longer distances at which trapshooting targets are broken. The majority feature interchangeable choke tubes as opposed chokes of a “fixed” constriction.