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Factoryville Sportsmen's Club will be having a busy month for Sporting Clay's. We shoot every Wednesday starting at 5 PM. and for Sunday's we will be having the Coors Classic on the 9 and 10 which is a Registered shoot. And we go back to regular Sporting on the 17 and 31. We will be having Trap starting at Noon on the 17. Kitchen is always open. Tis Wednesday the 6 we will only be shooting the lower course due to set up on the hill for the Coors Classic. All price's are posted on our web site. www.fscweb.org

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Im new to trap/ sporting clays. I've been doing some reading online about it and have seen registered shoots quite a bit. What does a registered shoot mean? Can anyone shoot in a registered shoot?
 

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For Trap a registered shoot would be with the ATA and for Sporting Clays it is the NSCA. You pay more money to shoot and there are different classes. A registered shoot usually have score keepers and you receive punches to move up in class by winning your division. For example this Saturday's prelim is $66.00for 100 birds. $6.00 goes to the NSCA and PSCA. the rest is split between the Club and the top three shooters in each class. Some shoots have no money back to class unless you do lewis which is a whole nother thing. We hosted the SCTP State shoot back in June , which all 220 kids had to be members of the NSCA. Those that never shot registered birds before got free memberships. The only club I know in northcentral pa that does registered shoots is Thunder Ridge. If you ever out this way check us out or Rock Mountain Clays in Susquehanna county.
 
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