West Virginia Clays, Inc.     
                             West Virginia's Newest Skeet and Trap Club                                     
The Club is a member of the National Skeet Shooting Association (NSSA), and conducts shoots registered and sanctioned by the NSSA.

Fund Raiser Shoot
In Support of K-12 Education
     October 12, 2017
4pm

We are having a fund raiser shoot for a local non-profit group to support the K12 education and scholarship fund programs on October 12, 2017 beginning at 4 pm (Please see attachment).

You are invited and it is very important that you RSVP as soon as possible to:

Gary@KVMI.org (304 545-2720) or 

Nancy@KVMI.org (304 890-8511)

so food can be planned accordingly.

We hope you can attend and look forward to seeing you! Thanking you in advance for your support toward the students of Kanawha Valley!









Registered Shoots

The Club anticipates conducting at least two registered NSSA  (National Skeet Shooting Association) shoots each year. These tournaments are sanctioned by the NSSA, and are conducted under NSSA rules.  Targets shot during such competitions are known as “registered” targets.


You don’t need to be an expert shooter to participate.  Shooters are classified under a handicap systems into classes based on their demonstrated ability.  You will thus be competing against shooters comparable in skill.


A typical registered shoot generally consists of a least four events, one in each shotgun guage popular for skeet shooting—the 12 gauge, the 20 gauge, the 28 gauge, and the .410.  An “event” is 100 targets.  A fifth event in doubles is held at some shoots.  You can enter as many or as few events as you want.


A portion of each entry fee goes into a prize fund, and money awards are made to the top shooters in each class.  Often other non-cash prizes are awarded as well.  You can choose to shoot for “targets” only if you want to minimize your entry fee.


Competitive shooting is almost guaranteed to improve your shooting, and is great fun!  Come join us.  Come to watch if you don’t want to shoot.


We send out brochures and emails before each shoot explaining entry fees, shooting times, etc.


We occasionally conduct other informal "fun" club shoots.  Often these fun shoots are combined with a social event, such as a steak cookout or Christmas celebration.  Notice of these events will be posted at the club and email notices will be sent to all those on our email list.







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