Groundhog Shoots
Committee Chairperson - Joe Claycomb
We have a new AR-15 Class
2018 Shooting Dates
April 21st May 12th
June 9th July 14th
August 11th September 8th
October 13th
Until further notice there will not be any food served at the Saturday Shoots.
Cash payouts at every shoot.
Juniors shoot free and are eligible for prizes.
A class for most every gun, shots ranging from 200, 300, and 400 yards.
First relay at 9 AM sharp.
● $15.00 fee for Saturday Match's, $5 fun shoots every Tuesday. All are welcome.
All Saturday and Tuesday Match's are open to the public
Light Factory Sporter (Class LS) replacing Deer Hunter (Class D) - All rifles must be legal for hunting in Pennsylvania, factory original sporter rifle. Must be identifiable as factory original including the receiver and barrel. No varmint or target style stocks. Bedding may changed, trigger adjusted, recoil pad added. Rifle must have a diameter of 0.680" or less at some point on the barrel. Any caliber Legal for Deer Hunting in Pennsylvania (no 50cal. allowed). Rifles chambered for BR and PPC cartridges are not permitted. Maximum scope magnification permitted is 24X. Variable power scopes capable of more than 24X will be set at 24X and left at that setting throughtout each relay. Increasing scope magnification to check targets is not permitted. Accuracy assets/sleds and barrel tuners/de-resonators are not permitted. Scope levels and bi-pods are permitted.
Heavy Sporter (Class HS-1) - Factory original rifle, must be identifiable as factory original including the stock, receiver, and barrel. Any caliber smaller than 50, bedding may be changed, trigger adjusted, recoil pad added. Remington 40X rifles are not permitted. Rifles chambered for BR and PPC cartridges are not permitted. Accuracy assets/sleds are not permitted. Scope levels and bi-pods are permitted. Any scope is permitted.
Light Custom (Class L) - Any rifle weighing up to 17.00 pounds as fired. Any cartridge smaller than 50 caliber. Any scope is permitted. Winning rifles will be weighed before results are final and prizes are awarded. Rifle can be weighed on the club scale during registration. Weight indicated by the club scale is official. An excess of one ounce (0.06 pounds) will be attributed to scale error. The Range Officer may request that any rifle shooting in this class be weighed at the end of any relay. Muzzle brakes are permitted and must be fired in separate relay(s).
Unlimited Class (Class U) - Any rifle chambered smaller than 50 caliber. Any scope is permitted. Muzzle brakes are permitted and must be fired in separate relay(s). A rifle may be entered in more than one class as long as it meets the requirements for the most restrictive class. A separate entry fee will be required for each class.
Course of Fire - Unlimited sighters permitted within the time limit.
Classes  L and U
1st stage - Six minutes to fire five shots for score at 200.
2nd stage - Six minutes to fire five shots for score at 300.
3rd stage - Nine minutes to fire five shots for score at 400.
Class D - Sporter
1st stage - Six minutes to fire three shots for score at 100 yds.
2nd stage - Six minutes to fire three shots for score at 200 yds.
3rd stage - Nine minutes to fire three shots for score at 300 yds.
Class HS and AR - Heavy Sporter and AR15
1st stage - Six minutes to fire five shots for score at 100 yds.
2nd stage - Six minutes to fire five shots for score at 200 yds.
3rd stage - Nine minutes to fire five shots for score at 300 yds.
Saturday schedule for 2018, relay 1 will commence firing at 9:00 a.m.
Rules - Very important, please read
Scores - Why grown men cry.
Contacts - Who's who and such.
Photos - St. Thomas version of Facebook, but much scarier.
Targets - Reduced size for practice.
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