Sporting Clays

Welcome to Sporting Clays at the United Sportsman’s Club!

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USC Sporting Clays and 5 Stand Range

For those looking for a special shotgun shooting challenge, the sporting clays range at the United Sportsmen’s Club will certainly provide it! Eight different stations with up to three shooting stands per station and an endless variety of targets and presentations will challenge even the most accomplished shooter. Sporting clays provides great practice for those seeking to improve their hunting skills and it is a nice alternative to the standard trap and skeet ranges. Other amenities include: three board patterning station, ammunition, ear plugs and loaner shell belts.  Club member cost for a round of 50 is $8.00.

New in 2017!  In October of 2016, we completed the construction and installation of a five stand range.  The 5 stand range features multiple wireless clay target machines and covered shooting stands.  This range is perfect for those wanting a fast round of 25 “sporting clays-like” targets without walking the sporting clays trail.  Cost for a round of 25 targets is $5.00.  The 5 stand range is open every Sunday from October through March and every first and last Sunday from April through September.  Times are 11:00 am to 2:00 PM.

 From October through March we are open every Sunday starting at 11:00 am with the last group going out at 2:00 PM, weather provided.

From April through September we are open every Wednesday night starting at 5:30 PM and every first and last Sunday of the month, starting at 11:00 am – with the last group going out at 2:00 PM unless otherwise noted on the schedule.

We will be hosting some fun shoots and fund-raising shoots this year.  Check out the “upcoming events” tab on the website for more information.

 Sporting Clays Range Chairman: Jeff Cockerham, 573/291-4145 (C)

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Iron Man Shoot

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Five Stand Inauguration

How to Shoot Sporting Clays: Rabbit Double Trouble