5-Person, 2-person and SOLO LEAGUES

Open to the Public, Spectators Welcome

All Leagues

The club opens for trap, skeet & five stand the first week of April but is not open Sundays until after Easter. Any team, 2 man team or solo shooter can start practice or league at that time. All league shoots are handicap not scratch. Teams are put in divisions after their 8th league shoot with a cut off date of mid June to get them in with the total number of league shoots being 18. We have spring and summer solo leagues 10 weeks or shoots each with appropriate cut off dates to complete them. You do not have to be a member to shoot league or solo. The registration fee is $5.00 per person or $25.00 per team. Each league shoot or round is $4.00 for all participants, however a practice round is $6.00 for non members. To sign up come to the club and register in person any day and hours we are open.

Open Hours:

Sunday 12:00 PM – 3:00 PM

Tuesday 6:00 PM – 10:00 PM

Thursday 8:00 AM – Noon

Thursday 6:00 PM – 10:00


League Sign-Up Meeting May 7th, 6:30pm

May 7th will be our League Sign-Up Meeting to pay registration fee, receive targets and answer any questions you may have.

The Early Summer League is 11 weeks, starting May 21st ending August 6th. Matches will be shot only on Monday nights from 4:00 p.m. to sundown. If situations occur that entrants can not shoot, a 2 week extension will be in effect not to exceed 4 weeks. Benchrest Rifles are not permitted in the match.

The Late Summer League will start on August 13th and run 6-8 weeks depending on interest.

The two rifle classifications are Factory and Modified. Factory will be shot at 25 yards. If any rifle is modified beyond Factory limits it must shoot in the Modified class which shoots at 50 yards only.

FACTORY CLASS – Will be shot at 25 yards only. Rifles must have factory barrel and stock as sold by the manufacturer to qualify. Minor trigger upgrades allowed only. Sporter and varmint barrel models included in this class.    

MODIFIED CLASS – Factory stocks, barrels, trigger assemblies replaced with after market components. Typical target rifles allowed will be Anshutz, Kimber, Cooper’s, Savage, Mossberg’s etc. NOTE: If A Factory entrant wishes to shoot in this class it is allowable.

Added this year is the 100 yard shoot.  Either factory or modified rifles are acceptable.  We will be using the 100 yard Hunter Rifle Targets.  Shooting five-shot groups on five bulls for score.

All classes will be shot off the bench, no restrictions on type or power of scope. Sand bags are available at the range. Typical front and rear bag and bi-pods are acceptable. One piece rests are not permitted.

There will be 8 assigned targets for scoring plus 2 practice targets costing $10.00 for each entrant. If you start shooting an assigned target you have to complete the target and submit it for scoring on the same night. The targets used will be I.B.S. 25 bulls eye targets with a generous 10 ring diameter utilizing nearest edge scoring for all yardages. 

Ammunition for all classifications can be from any manufacturer as long as cost does not exceed $10.00 per box RETAIL. When shooting you must display, on the bench top, the ammo box you are shooting from for other entrants to see.

Scoring results will be posted in the range house as well as on our website.

A panel consisting of Scott Baier, Glenn Houge, Dan Vanderboom and Adam Sawall will determine what class a rifle belongs to if the question should arise. This league will be self regulating without a manager present every Monday night.