Sporting Clays is a clay target discipline using shotguns that simulates the type of shooting one could normally expect in the field while hunting.
The size of the targets, their speed and angles of flight are all variable, making sporting clays the most challenging and enjoyable clay target sport you can participate in. Unlike conventional clay target shooting where targets all follow regular and standard trajectories from course to course, no two sporting clays ground are the same and no two grounds have the same targets.
In Sporting Clays, aspects of the natural terrain at the ground are fully utilised so that competitors are shooting amongst trees, rocks, uphill, downhill and overhead. Many different types of targets are employed in Sporting Clays, including “standard” clays, smaller “midi” targets, “rabbit” targets that roll along the ground and “battue” targets that turn through the air. Targets are thrown as single targets and pairs from different angles and speeds around the competitor. A single round of Sporting Clays consists of 25 targets.
Sporting Clays is a safe and enjoyable sport with a great social atmosphere as competitors shoot together in groups.
Interested Shooters do not need to be licensed and club members can assist beginners with initial instruction in gun safety and help with coaching shooters as they shoot a round of sporting clays.
Cherrabah 200 – 3 days Sporting Classic
There will be twelve stations. Six targets off Stn 1 then four targets of the remaining eleven stations.
Brand new traps purchased especially for this event, so no breakdowns are expected.
Stations are at different locations.
Stations are well thought out and designed to be challenging, but fun.
It usually takes around an hour to complete one round.
This event is held at the end of May
- Day 1. Friday . Event 1. 50 T – Side by Side Championship.
- Event 2. cash divide.
- Day 2. Saturday: Event 1 50T Championship.
- Event 4. 100T Championship.
- Day 3. Sunday: Event 4.
- Winners will be decided by count-back.
Come and Try
The range is open 100 target Competition held on the 4th Sunday of each month all welcome.
We welcome all newcomers weather you are a licensed shooter or someone wishing to participate in this sport for the first time You do not need to hold a gun license to shoot at our range See below for detailed information.
To try sporting clay target shooting you will need to sign a Qld Police declaration form (available at the club), and present a current photo ID to the club range officer if you are unlicensed Please note that bookings are essential for first timers.
The club has a guns available for beginner use. Eye and ear protection is a mandatory requirement, and the club has these items available.
For further details and pricing contact Max Barton or phone 0428 321 138 ensuring that you provide the following information:
Your contact phone number
Date Time you wish book
GROUP / CORPORATE BOOKINGS:
Your contact phone number
Date Time you wish to book
Number of Shooters wishing to attend
Please note that we have limited time slots available so it is advisable for groups to book a couple of weeks in advance We usually prefer to start our group bookings at 10am but we are flexible according to your needs.
What I need to bring with me to the club!
- Any Current Photo ID
- You must be over 11 years or age
- Comfortable casual clothes (No Camouflage, Singlets or Muscle Shirts)
- Closed in shoes (No Thongs or Scuffs)
- Eye Protection (Sunglasses are acceptable)
General Club Rules
- Closed in shoes must be worn.
- No singlets
- Hearing protection is compulsory.
- Eye protection is compulsory.
- Shooters must obey all directions of the range officers and abide by the club rules.
- NO ALCOHOL is allowed to be consumed by shooters until they have finished their shooting, including shoot-offs.