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ysr_racer
11-12-2006, 8:14 PM
Greetings All,

If youíre interested in shooting sporting clays in CA, Iíve got most of the ranges listed on my website.

Hereís the link: http://www.ysr-racer.com

http://www.ysr-racer.com/images/brad.JPG

Black_Talon
11-13-2006, 4:59 PM
Doesn't Burro Canyon have Sporting Clays?

Gnote
11-13-2006, 7:20 PM
Doesn't Burro Canyon have Sporting Clays?

Last time I was there (a year or so ago) then didn't have.

Gnote
11-13-2006, 7:21 PM
Thanks ysr_racer for the listing. There also the Prados Olympic Range (for your SW listing) if you ever get a chance to shoot there.

Greetings All,

If youíre interested in shooting sporting clays in CA, Iíve got most of the ranges listed on my website.

Hereís the link: http://www.ysr-racer.com

http://www.ysr-racer.com/images/brad.JPG

Black_Talon
11-14-2006, 5:49 PM
Last time I was there (a year or so ago) then didn't have.

Well, they have all the machines set up, and there's broken clay pigeons around each one, so I figured it was operational. It's been like that for about two years now, but I only go up early in the morning during the week so I never see it in action.

sargenv
11-14-2006, 9:31 PM
Never shot Thunder Hills up in Willows? :)

I see the sign for it on I5 when I drive that way, haven't shot there in some years.

Vince

Incitatus
11-14-2006, 9:57 PM
Last time I was there (a year or so ago) then didn't have.

Then maybe you didn't asked. My favorite spoting clays range is at Burro Canyon and I shoot there for 3 years now.

http://www.gunco.net/gallery/data/613/medium/100_3424.JPG


http://www.gunco.net/gallery/data/613/PICT0052.JPG

http://www.gunco.net/gallery/data/613/PICT0057.JPG

NeoWeird
11-15-2006, 12:38 AM
Armani Exchange? On a shooter?

Classy...

Gnote
11-15-2006, 7:30 PM
Sorry guys. My bad on Burro. I guess I should have looked harder (asked). Checked out their website and found.
http://www.burrocanyon.com/sportclays.html

Incitatus
11-15-2006, 11:06 PM
Armani Exchange? On a shooter?

Classy...

It was for the first time in their lives both those guys touched a gun.
Now they're hooked.:D

ysr_racer
11-19-2006, 7:23 AM
It looks like Burro Canyon does have sporting clays. However they don't hold registered tournaments. That's mostly what I shoot. Thanks for the tip.

Here's a pic from Moore-N-Morre (at the Angeles Ranges)

http://www.clubleadclays.com/2006/nov/magicgallery/cl_nov_034.jpg

thedrickel
11-21-2006, 12:17 AM
Anybody know anything about this place:

http://www.prgc.net/

Pacific Rod and Gun Club is located at 520 JOHN MUIR DRIVE on the southwest shore of Lake Merced in San Francisco.

:confused:

pacificcoast
11-21-2006, 12:25 AM
ysr how do you get into the tournaments? how much $$ does it cost to enter? what sort of stuff do you win? is it mostly notariaty/recognition? or are there prizes? what level of shooters are you competeting against?

anotherone
11-21-2006, 10:11 AM
Best spot I've ever seen to shoot clays was the Sun Mountain gun club up in Coarsegold, ca. Not only do they have all the various clays such as wobblers, doubles, etc but they also have skeet and a massive 10 station sporting clay course. They also have golf carts to take out to the 10 station course because it's BIG.

ysr_racer
11-21-2006, 5:40 PM
ysr how do you get into the tournaments? how much $$ does it cost to enter? what sort of stuff do you win? is it mostly notariaty/recognition? or are there prizes? what level of shooters are you competeting against?

PC, all of the clubs I have listed on my website hold tournaments. The best thing to do is to call the closest one to you and ask when their next tournament is.

Most clubs hold a monthly tournament. The cost is usually between $50 - $70 depending on the club. You always get lunch and a chance to win a prize, trophy, belt buckle or something.

If you're an NSCA National Sporting Clays Assoc (http://www.mynsca.com/)member, you shoot your NSCA class. If you're not a member, you shoot in Hunter class. The level of competition is everything from a first timer, to the current CA Sate Champion (Tommy John).

As with any type of competition, it's best to go and watch one first. Ask questions, we're a friendly bunch.

Where do you live?