Do you know where to aim at these clays? Look at the dots they reveal the location
With the trap teams move to Beaverbrook, we will now need parent volunteers to help with scoring and range safety. It is critical that we have all positions filled for Thursday night competitions so all coaches can stay with the shooters. Also, please bear with us as we figure out how to best implement this system. Your patience is appreciated!
Thank you in advance for all your support!
SCORING - The scoring is straightforward to do, simply watch the clay and if it is broken, chipped or turned to dust put a / thru the box if they miss put an O in the box and call out “miss.” Calling out a miss does two things it informs the shooter of the miss and if the shooters on the line see a break in the bird that the scorekeeper may have missed it can be corrected.
When the kids complete the five shots at each station call out “Switch” and then call out the number of clays they broke in that series of five. At the end of the round add the score for each shooter and sign the scorecard to make it official.
RANGE SAFETY OFFICER (RSO)- This is even easier than scoring! You need to walk around the grounds of the club and make sure the kids are not making bad choices with their firearms or anything else, such as a vehicle. The gun must be removed from the case at the vehicle with the action open or broke open on a break action. This allows the people all around to know the firearm is clear and safe.
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