General Event Rules


Block Shoot Guidelines:
Taken from our "Rules and Regulations."

1)  12 Gauge Shotguns only, no gauging.

2)  No barrels over 36” in length.

3)  Anyone found substituting a shell other than those provided by the club will be disqualified.

4)  Any pellet striking a card must completely penetrate and leave a clear and concise hole to be considered for judging.

5)  In judging cards we will always attempt to determine the most perfect shot.  The shot most centered on the “X” is the winner.

6)  In the event of a tie, the tie breaker “X” in the upper corner will be used, except 50 / 50 round, it is shooters decision.  (To shoot, or not shoot again, to break the tie.)

7)  All decisions of the judge are final.

8)  Eye and ear protection are strongly recommended.

9)  Absolutely no loading of any weapons until barrels are pointed out the windows.

10)  Sign-up sheets are not to be accessible to the judge at any time.

11)  Cards are judged and given to the sign-up table for names and posting


If center “X” is obliterated, our judge will make a determination to settle
an issue of proper scoring, or corrective action, see line seven (7) above


Sporting Clays:

1)  Firearms allowed on course are 12 gage or smaller firing 1250 ft per second with shot no larger than # 7-1/2.

2)  Maximum load no larger than 1-1/8 ounce, lead shot.

3) All guns must be open and unloaded at all times, except while in the shooters station.

4)  Load gun only when in the shooters box.

5)  Unsportsmanlike conduct will not be tolerated.

6)  Please police your empties and any litter in your area.

7)  Trapper will enforce safety rules of club.

Trap Shoot:

1)  Maximum of 12 gauge guns firing 3 drams equivalent or 1250 per second with a maximum of # 7 ½ shot.

2)  Maximum load will be no more than 1-1/8 ounce of lead shot.

3)  All uncased guns must be open and unloaded at all times while being transported.  While guns are being transported, they should be pointed in a safe direction.

4)  Guns must be unloaded before the shooter changes positions on the trap field.

5)  If the trap house Red Flag is displayed, shooters must unload their firearms and stand down.

6)  Spectators may not enter the trap field.  Instructors and / or persons assisting Shooters with disabilities are accepted.

7)  Loud talk should be held to a minimum.

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