Hunters Pointe Sporting Clays

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Sporting Clays Round of 50 targets

$42 Member$52 Non Member

Sporting Clays Round of 100 Targets


Shotgun Rental Per Round

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5-Stand Basics

NSCA 5-STAND Sporting events consist of targets shot in 25 bird increments from five shooting stands with each shooter rotating from station to station. The game offers several different skill lev­els and utilizes six or eight automatic traps to simulate game birds. Targets are released in a predetermined set sequence marked on a menu card in front of each shooting cage. Targets are registered separately under a special set of rules; however, they utilize the NSCA Classification system and all targets are included for total targets shot for the year. NSCA 5-STAND Sporting rules must be followed at all times while conducting this event.

1.Gun must be open and empty while changing stands.
2.Shooters may not leave their station until instructed to do so by the referee or until the last shooter has fired his/her last shot.
3.May only load gun while in shooting stand in ready position.
4.Shooter’s feet must be behind the front opening of the shoot­ing stand except when changing stands. Shooters will be warned, a NO-BIRD will be called, continued disregard will result in losing a target or being disqualified.
5.No chokes may be changed after the round has begun. Fail­ure to comply will result in loss of all targets attempted (in that round) after choke changed.
6.Target sequence menu cards must be posted.


Wobble Trap is a fairly new and exciting shotgun sport.  The trap is located underneath the third, or center and tallest, station. It is stationary, but oscillates on both horizontal and vertical axes. Hence the name “Wobble.”

The shooter calls for the clay to be thrown and it could come from the trap at any angle. After five shots from five stations, the game is over. A perfect score would be 25.


Make-A-Break is an exciting and competitive game where pairs of shooters compete from a stage and shoot 10 pairs of targets from eight machines. Target difficulty is varied and always includes the first target of the pair as an away bird from two traps labeled number one. The second bird of the pair includes the more challenging birds and difficulty increases with labeled trap number increasing with the difficulty level of target. The last four frames of the game allow the shooter to pick their difficulty level and the true nature of the competition is revealed.