Skeet Clay Pigeons with Shotgun Ammo

GENERAL INFORMATION

Helpful Resources

John Shima Shooting Lessons

E.R.A.D. Quick User Guide

E.R.A.D. Technical Manual

WiPickle Quick User Guide

PAT Trap Manual

COMMON BEST PRACTICES

CLEANING UP

Try to do your best to clean up after yourself. Please remember to throw away your lunch plates, napkins, cans, and bottles. If you’re shooting, throw your hulls in a bucket. If you have a semi-auto with an auto-ejector, spend five minutes to pick up your hulls when you’re done. We have no hired help to do it. If you forget, a club member will do it for you to keep the place looking nice.

GUESTS

If you bring a guest, don’t forget to fill out a chit for all rounds and ammo you and your guest shot. If you bring an inexperienced shooter as a guest, please try to do the “teaching” before noon. It’s understood that occasionally that’s not always possible. Therefore, never allow both fields to be tied up teaching.

For reference: a squad of 5-experienced shooters typically takes 20 minutes to shoot a round. Do not spend more than 30 minutes teaching if other shooters are waiting to shoot.

TIPPING THE PULLER

If you’re a host in absence who hired a caterer, please don’t forget to make arrangements to pay the skeet puller the usual and customary tip of $50 or more dollars. Also, make sure you have somebody who has agreed to clean up the lunch area for you.

Our Suggestion: Have the caterer pay the puller, and you pay the caterer.

FIELD LIGHTS

Under no circumstance, other than a medical emergency, does anybody turn on the field lights until AFTER 6:05 p.m., Mondays through Fridays. If you do, especially during the winter months, our electric bill will double for that month. We’re on a commercial peak demand meter.

Remember, the last person out for the day or night is responsible for closing up the fields and locking the clubhouse!

If you forgot to fill out a paper chit at the Club, you can send a digital chit to us instead.

Submit a Chit