2021 NSCA Tournament Schedule

January 23rd

Snowmen with Shotguns - 300 Targets

Events Include:

12 Gauge Main Event - 100 Targets

12 Gauge Hoop Event - 100 Targets

20 Gauge Hoop Event - 100 Targets

February 20th

Winter Championship - 300 Targets

Events Include:

12 Gauge Main Event - 100 Targets

12 Gauge Hoop Event - 100 Targets

20 Gauge Hoop Event - 100 Targets

March 20th

Rabbit Madness - 300 Targets

THIS IS NOT A RABBIT ONLY SHOOT! - WE WILL THROW A BUNCH OF RABBIT PRESENTATIONS, TRUE PAIRS, AND AIRBORNE ETC.

Events Include:

12 Gauge Main Event - 100 Targets

12 Gauge Hoop Event - 100 Targets

20 Gauge Hoop Event - 100 Targets

April 17th

Spring Cup - 300 Targets

Events Include:

12 Gauge Main Event - 100 Targets

12 Gauge Hoop Event - 100 Targets

20 Gauge Hoop Event - 100 Targets

May 22nd

The Shawnee Open - 300 Targets

Events Include:

12 Gauge Main Event - 100 Targets

12 Gauge Hoop Event - 100 Targets

20 Gauge Hoop Event - 100 Targets

August 28th

Greg's Annual Birthday Shootout - 300 Targets

Events Include:

12 Gauge Main Event - 100 Targets

12 Gauge Hoop Event - 100 Targets

20 Gauge Hoop Event - 100 Targets

September 18th

A Little More Lead - 300 Targets

Events Include:

12 Gauge Main Event - 100 Targets

12 Gauge Hoop Event - 100 Targets

20 Gauge Hoop Event - 100 Targets

Tournament Pricing

Tournament Entry Fees

All Events $60.00 each

 

Pricing Includes all taxes and NSCA and State Fees

Questions

Common Questions

Do I have to be a member of NSCA to shoot in the tournament?

To register them with the NSCA, yes.  To shoot in the tournament, No.  We have a class for shooters called Hunter class, where you can compete with other non registered shooters, entry fee is the same as NSCA shooters.

How Much is an NSCA Membership?

The current cost is $40.00 per year.  We have free memberships we give out to anyone wanting to try.  All you need to do is come to our club on tournament day and ask for the free membership form.  This will give you the ability to try out NSCA events for no membership fees the 1st year.

What time do tournaments start?

Our tournaments generally open at 9am and close at 5pm.  We do open a little earlier when it is hot outside maybe a little later in cooler weather.  We update NSCA shooters via email the week before the tournament as to the open time.  You can join our email list if you like to know more.

Why does it cost more to shoot tournament targets?

Essentially it is like you and your buddies renting the course privately for the morning.  We must also completely change the targets for these events.  We then have to pay for additional labor to help run the shoot. 

 

NSCA gets a cut, currently $4.00 per 100, and OK sporting clays association gets a cut, $2.00 per 100.

So, we have to create a custom set of targets and pay funds to others outside of what we normally would if you showed up on a practice day.  There is also a risk, we we are never certain of the exact number will show up.  We basically run off our regular business in the hopes to draw a large number of registered shooters, so it has more risk for us, the range operators.

So, to highlight, it is because of Custom Target Sets, Labor Cost,  Fees paid, and Risk compensation for random attendance numbers.

Hoop Courses?

June 12th

Summer Fun Part 1

TBA

June 19th

Summer Fun Part 2

TBA

 

July 17th

Summer Blast - 300 Targets

Events Include:

12 Gauge Main Event - 100 Targets

12 Gauge Hoop Event - 100 Targets

20 Gauge Hoop Event - 100 Targets

October 16th

Fall Days - 300 Targets

Events Include:

12 Gauge Main Event - 100 Targets

12 Gauge Hoop Event - 100 Targets

20 Gauge Hoop Event - 100 Targets

November 20th

November Clay Smash - 300 Targets

Events Include:

12 Gauge Main Event - 100 Targets

12 Gauge Hoop Event - 100 Targets

20 Gauge Hoop Event - 100 Targets

December 11th

Duck Season Relief - 200 Targets

Events Include:

12 Gauge Main Event - 100 Targets

12 Gauge Hoop Event - 100 Targets

 
 

What is a hoop course? 

Hoop courses are used at large events all the time on sub gauge course etc.  They allow one course to be shot multiple times, while still giving the shooter a legitimate event.

How we do it:

Hoops are put out on our course is varying locations on each station.  When the hoop is in a different location it changes the shot it takes to break the target. 

 

Where did the idea come from?

Hoop course is a similar situation to a FITASC peg, where a parcour may have 3 to 5 pegs, to change the presentation of the target, without changing the location of the machine. 

 

Isn't it just the same target?

You may think, oh well it is just the same....  No, we change the target's presentation as drastically as we can with the limits of shotfall and course safety.  We also, may ask you to shoot a report pair on the main, then the hoop course may be 20 yards left and be true.

 

Is the Hoop course easier?  

The hoop course may be easier or harder than the main. 

Do people shoot these courses?

When we first started a few years ago, shooters didn't know what to think of the hoops.  Now a healthy majority of our shooters shoot a hoop course event or multiple hoop events.  Now, as a result of this other clubs have taken notice, and have utilized our idea of the hoop courses at local monthly tournaments.

 
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