Five Stand is a type of shotgun sport shooting similar to sporting clays, trap and skeet. There are five stations, or stands and six to eighteen strategically placed clay target throwers(called traps). … The shooter is presented with 5 targets at each station, first a single bird followed by two pairs. Cost to shoot the 5 stand is $9.75 per 25 targets per person plus ammunition.
SPORTING CLAY GENERAL AND RANGE RULES
- Long gun shooters under 18 years of age must have parental approval and be accompanied by a parent or guardian at all times while on the range.
- Be sure that your firearm is safe to operate and know how to operate it safely. Always keep your firearm unloaded, your finger off of the trigger and pointed in a safe direction until ready to shoot. Never hand a loaded firearm to another person.
- Use only the correct ammunition for your firearm. If you have any questions, please consult a Range Officer.
- No inexperienced shooters are allowed on any of the ranges without prior instruction, coaching, and approval of the Range Officer.
- Alcoholic beverages are prohibited on the property.
- Individuals displaying the effects of, or thought to be under the influence of, drugs or alcohol will be prohibited from using any of the ranges.
- Children must not be left unattended.
- If unsafe behavior is noticed, then please make sure that the Range Officer is notified of such action immediately.
- Please read and understand the Range Rules and Regulations before you proceed to any of the ranges. Please ask any of the Range Officers for clarification if you have any questions.
- Always keep the action of your gun OPEN when walking to the range and in between the shooting stations. Only move with an unloaded gun with the action open.
- Eye and ear protection must be worn at all times on the outdoor ranges.
- Never shoot on a field when an orange cone is in the station or when a skeet house door is closed.
- Do not load your gun until it is your turn to shoot. Unload immediately if a Range Officer tells you to do so or if you or another shooter has a malfunction.
- Make certain that you are loading the proper ammunition. No ammunition faster than 1290 fps with 1-1/8 ounces of 7-1/2 shot is permitted. Also, do not mix ammunition in your pockets or shell bag.
- You may load two shells when on the skeet or 5-stand fields, or when shooting trap doubles. Any exceptions must be cleared with the Range Officer prior to shooting.
- Keep the muzzle pointed in the air or downrange at all times. Never sweep the muzzle to the right or left toward other shooters.
- Always place firearms in the gun racks when not shooting. Never lay your gun on the ground or put the muzzle in the grass or dirt.
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