Broken Rock Skeet Club

Contact

Ed Kelley, Committee Chairman
Phone 570-322-5582
Email: ekelley53@hotmail.com

Open Shooting Hours

Sunday — 12:30 pm to approx 2:30 pm Wednesday – 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm January through December

(Closed dates listed below and in schedule) Skeet closed during Hi-power matches

Range Closed

Apr 1 – Easter
May 13 – Mother’s Day
May 27 – Memorial Day Weekend
July 4 – Independence Day
June 17 – Father’s Day
Aug 5 – Antique Machinery Show
Sept 2 – Labor Day Weekend
Nov 25 – Thanksgiving Day Weekend
Ded 24 – Christmas Eve
Dec 31 – New Year’s Eve

2018 Winter League

2018 Winter League Scoresheet

2018PrizeWinners

2017 Winter League

2017 Winter League Scores Midway

2017 Winter League Scores SCORES

2017 Winter League Scores RANKS

2017 Prize Winner List with Names

2017 Winter League    

John VanDine -Champion

   

 

2016 Spring Skeet League

Spring League Information

2016 Winter League Skeet

 2016 Winter League Scores

2016 WinterLeagueTeam Scores

2016 Prize Winner List with Names-

 Winter League

2016

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A View of the Club

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Skeet Rules

  • Hearing and eye protection are mandatory for everyone on the range.
  • Carry your shotgun with the action open at all times.
  • Handle and carry shotgun with the muzzle pointed in a safe direction.
  • Load shotgun only when you are at the firing point on your station.
  • Unload your gun if moving from one station to another.
  • Stay on your stand and keep the gun muzzle downrange as you eject and reload.
  • In the event of a delay, unload your shotgun.
  • Only authorized personnel may enter the trap houses.
  • Absolutely no unsupervised children at any time on the premises.

Skeet Procedures and Sequence

  • Regular skeet is shot in a “round” of 25 shots at targets thrown from a high house and a low house, and the shooter rotates from station-to-station around the semicircular field. Since pairs are shot at several stations, a shotgun that loads two shells is required. The procedure for the 8 station skeet field is as follows:
  • Station 1: Shoot a high house single, followed by a low house single. This is followed by a pair of doubles…shooting at the high house target first.
  • Station 2: Same targets and procedure as station 1.
  • Station 3: Shoot only a pair of singles…high house first.
  • Station 4: Same targets and procedure as station 3.
  • Station 5: Shoot only a pair of singles….high house first.
  • Station 6: Shoot a high house single, followed by a low house single. This is followed by a pair of doubles….shooting at low house target first.
  • Station 7: Same targets and procedure as Station 6.
  • Station 8: Shoot only a pair of singles….high house first. After the first missed target, an “option” shot is taken at the target missed. If no targets are missed, the option is taken as an additional low house target on Station 8.

About Us

Broken Rock Skeet Club was established in the late 1940’s.The club has “2” historically unique trap houses made from local sedimentary rocks. Both fields are furnished with lights to accommodate night shooting. All skill level shooters are welcome. Instruction and loaner shotguns are available.

Skeet Winners

2015 Co-Champions

Winter League

2016 Prize Winner List
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2015 Winter League Final Scores

Enjoying the Outdoors

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