2021 CLAY SHOOT
Painted Post Field & Stream Club
Sporting clays a little bit of skeet shooting, a little bit of trap shooting with some golf thrown in for good measure. It’s a shotgun shooting game in which clay pigeons are presented to the shooter in ways that mirror the flight pattern of game birds, or occasionally rabbits, in their natural habitats.
Sporting clays is exciting, challenging and LOTS OF FUN, no matter if you’re a beginner, novice or experienced shooter. The shooting grounds are laid out in stations also called stands along a course similar to golf & you shoot between 4 & 6 clays per station.
TEAMS: Can be either all adult, all youth or mixed. If mixed, the team will be counted as an adult team.
Hero Division: To qualify as a participant, you must be one of the following:
- Active or Retired Firefighter
- Medical Personnel - Doctor/Nurse/EMT/Paramedic
- Search & Rescue Team Member
- Law Enforcement/Correction Officer
- 911 Dispatcher
- Active Duty or Retired/Veteran from the United States Military
Top Male and Female Shooter from this division will receive a custom Cutco Lock back pocket knife & the top team in the division will receive a $50.00 gift card to Govx.com, an ecommerce site for first responders and military personnel.
BRING - Your own NYS Compliant Shotgun or Share One along with 50 Shells or 2 Boxes per shooter. 12 & 20 Gauge Shells available on site @ $10.00 per box! Personal Eye/Ear Protection - REQUIRED!
CHECK IN - Starts at 8:00 am - Shooting Starts at 9:00 am with Lunch, then Awards presentations and Door Prizes afterwards.
DOOR PRIZES - 3 for $5 or 7 for $10 or an Arms Length for $20. Also a 50/50 drawing by the PPF&S Club. 2 Station Prizes at the 4-Shot Stations as well as the Grand Prizes! Drawn after the Awards.
AWARDS - Top 3 Teams (Adult & Youth) & Top 3 Male/Female (Individual) Shooters
WOBBLE TRAP - A variation of standard trap shooting and will be held after awards. Cost is just $10 per person!
All Five Rivers Council Shooting Sports Programs are con-ducted by Certified NRA Instructors. If interested & want more information on how to become an instructor, should contact Jim Griffin, Shooting Sports Committee Chair.
SUPPORT YOUR COUNCIL SHOOTING SPORTS PROGRAMS
Proceeds Support Shooting Activities
at These Council Activities!
5 Cub Day Camps - 1 Resident Camp - 2 Family Camps
3 Weeks of Boy Scout Summer Camp & 1 Specialty Camp
2 Venturing Events - Winter Biathlon & Fall Extravaganza
NRA Training Weekends - Sponsored Events by 4 Districts
4 Skeet & Rifle Shooting Days at Camps Gorton & Brule’
A log on is not required for this event. However, if you do not know all the names of your Team members or want to add other shooters to your registration later, it is strongly advised to create a log on account to make editing easier. You will be able to go in and change names, add names, add team name and add shooters up until registration closes.
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