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Clays for the Community Event

Date: November 2, 2018

Cost: Team of Five $75, Individual $175


Includes: 60 Rounds of Sporting Clays, Ammunition, Ear/Eye Protection, Safety Instructor and One Golf Cart per Team, Loaner Firearms, Dinner will be provided, Professional Course by Promatic.

Winner of the auction can choose from a side of beef approximate retail value $1000.00 (winner must pay processing fee) or a Henry Lever Action Shotgun 410 retail value $947.00. Raffle tickets are $20.00. Tickets can be purchased at PCCF or from a PCCF Board Member.

Location: Shannon Farms, 15480 London Rd, Orient, OH

Registration: 1:00 pm

Safety Briefing: 2:00 pm

Event: 2:15-4:00 pm

Dinner: 4:00-5:30 pm


Clays for the Community FAQs

What is Sporting Clays? Sporting Clays is among the most popular of the shooting disciplines and is internationally recognized as a competitive sporting event. Sporting Clays are often compared to golf with a shotgun. Clay target shooting is a fun and safe shotgun sport for the entire family. Mechanical traps are used to throw clay disc targets in varying directions allowing a shooter with a shotgun the opportunity of a sporting challenge anytime of the year. Sporting clays is typically shot in groups of two to six people and played over a course of 10 to 15 shooting stations laid around fields or around the natural features of the land. The course designer is not limited in target speed, angle, or distance, so every course is different. Sporting Clays is a clay target game designed to replicate every conceivable shot encountered in field shooting. Any shotgun that’s in safe working condition, capable of firing two shots, may be used. The most popular gauges are 12 and 20.

The Clays for the Community course consists of 60 clay targets at 15 stations with four shots per station. Our event offers loaner sporting clay shotguns as needed.

I have no experience with guns. Can I still participate and will I have fun? This event is designed for anyone to participate regardless of their skill level. Safety instructors are provided to give introductory lessons. Demonstrate safe and responsible gun handling. Safety instructors are also present to answer any shooting questions you may have to help ensure that you have a fun, safe, and enjoyable experience.

Do I need to have shooting equipment including a gun? No. All equipment including eye/ear protection is being provided. Loaner shotguns will be available for those that need one. Ammunition for all attendees will be provided.

How much walking is involved? One golf cart is provided per team for those who would rather ride than walk and to carry ammunition and firearms. The course is walkable as well for those wishing to do so.

Is this a competition? No. This is a fun-shoot designed to raise funds for the Pickaway County Community Foundation.