Skeet

June 14, 2018

Events and Divisions:

  • .410 Skeet Male Singles
  • .410 Skeet Female Singles
  • .410 Skeet Partners
  • Standard Skeet Male Singles
  • Standard Skeet Female Singles
  • Standard Skeet Partners

Entry Fee

$10 per singles
$20 for Partners– Partners can be registered for onsight if the participants are both registered for singles. If the participants are not registered for singles – participants must register for the partners event prior to the registration deadline

Range Fee – TBD

Register for this event by clicking here.

Contestants entered will be posted here

Event Coordinator

Seth Hancock
813-323-2061

First Responder Sports
407-900-2757
866-233-4263

Participant Information

A reminder that all participants must pick up their pre-paid participation credentials at the venue on the day of the event.  You do not have to go to Lee County Host hotel.  Credentials will be done on site.

Location / Venue

Sarasota Gun Club
13445 Rustic Road, Nokomis, FL 34275
sarasotagunclub

Closest Hotel

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2018 1st Responder Games

Event Description will be here

EVENTS
INDIVIDUAL:
Men
Women

TEAM:
2-Person unisex

AWARDS
Medals to all individuals finishing 1st – 3rd place in Expert, Sharpshooter and Marksman in each division.

OFFICIALS
Sport Coordinator.

Chief Range Officer

Equipment Inspector (May be the CRO, Sport Coordinator or his designee).

Jury (Usually the Chief Range Officer, Sport Coordinator or his designee ).

A Protest Committee consisting of the event coordinator, a neutral third party, and a member of the executive staff shall be assembled on matters regarding protests. The decision rendered by this committee is final

Course of Fire:
100 targets (4 rounds of 25)
The event will be shot on regulation Skeet fields at the above location

Skeet:

General Description—-The shooter shoots from seven positions on a semicircle with a radius of 21 yards (19 m), and an eighth position halfway between stations 1 and 7. There are two houses that hold devices known as “traps” that launch the targets, one at each corner of the semicircle. The traps launch the targets to a point 15 feet above ground and 18 feet outside of station 8. One trap launches targets from 10 feet above the ground (“high” house) and the other launches it from 3 feet above ground (“low” house). At stations 1 and 2 the shooter shoots at single targets launched from the high house and then the low house, then shoots a double where the two targets are launched simultaneously but shooting the high house target first. At stations 3, 4, and 5 the shooter shoots at single targets launched from the high house and then the low house. At stations 6 and 7 the shooter shoots at single targets launched from the high house and then the low house, then shoots a double, shooting the low house target first then the high house target. At station 8 the shooter shoots one high target and one low target. The shooter must re-shoot his first missed target, or if no targets are missed, must shoot his 25th shell at the low house station 8.In the event of a tie there will be a “sudden death” shoot-off from the Station 4 position, shooting doubles (a target thrown from both the high and the low house at the same time)..Guns/Ammunition AllowedAny shotgun 12 gauge or smaller (over/under, automatic, pump, etc) may be used. Ammunition must be a shot size 7 ½ or smaller. No more than two shells may be loaded into the weapon at any time.

 2018 1st Responder Games

Shotgun Events

Robert Hancock
941-628-5449

First Responder Sports Inc. (FRS)
P.O. Box 608792
Orlando, FL 32860
(866) 233-4263
Web: www.firstrespondersports.org
E-Mail: info@firstrespondersports.org