We have 10 skeet fields, 5 of which are lighted. The club hosts at least 2 large NSSA registered shoots a year and monthly registered target may be shot anytime the club is open Please see the Calendar for event's details. For further information, contact Bud Steil at gsteil61@gmail.com or the club office at (904) 757-4584

 
 
American Skeet:  National Skeet Shooting Association (NSSA) Format

 

Regular Skeet

A round of skeet consists of 25 targets in a set sequence of singles and simultaneous doubles. Squads of five shooters take their turns from eight shooting stations. Each squad member takes two singles and one double on stations 1, 2, 6, and 7. Two singles are taken from stations 3, 4, 5, and 8. The 25th target is taken after the first target is missed or as a final target (low house #8) after 24 kills. Targets are thrown a distance of 60 yards. Variations in the angles of the targets presented the "high" and "low" house result from the shooter moving from station to station. American Skeet is the only discipline that has regular, specific tournament events for sub-bore shotguns: 20, 28, and .410

 

 

Skeet Doubles

Shooters, in squads of five, start on station 1 shooting one pair of doubles each to station 7. Then they reverse, shooting on pair each from stations 7 through 1. On station 4, shooters must shoot the high house target first. On reversing, (shooting 7 through 1), they must shoot the low house target first. In tournaments, the events are on a total of 50 (or 100) targets with the last pair shot on station 1..

 

 

SKEET FIELD LAYOUT

 

 

English Skeet - Clay Pigeon Shooting Association (CPSA)

 

A seven station version of American Skeet, substituting the singles thrown on station 8 with a double on station 4.