Open to adult leaders & Scouts who have earned the Shotgun Shooting merit badge
Friday afternoons from 3:30pm -5:00pm
25 bird, 5-Stand clays shoot
5-Stand shoots are a form of sporting clays offering the shooter a wide variety of shots simulating those found in hunting upland birds, waterfowl, and rabbits.
It is an intermediate shotgun skills game.
Our course utilizes five shooting stations on our shotgun range & six throwers to create a variety of shoot combinations, but eliminates the walking around the clays course.
Shooters shoot 5 birds from each of the 5 stations.
Each of the stations has two traps throwing clay pigeons, to provide an exciting and challenging shot gunning experience.
Both single and double targets are presented.
The shotgun area is located across Boy Scout Camp Road at the camp entrance.
A $15 ticket may be purchased from the office manager in the Headquarters Building prior to noon the day of each shoot.
Shoots will be held for a minimum of 5 shooters & are limited to 20 per shoot.
The Waldrep Sporting Clays course & the 5-Stand are also open to units during the off-season, under the supervision on the Cherokee Rangemasters. Details and dates will be shared during a summer camp leader’s meeting, as well as on the ONSC website.
Cherokee Scout Reservation 3296 Boy Scout Camp Road | Yanceyville, NC 27379 | 336-694-6440 An Old North State Council, Boy Scouts of America facility 1405 Westover Terrace | Greensboro, NC 27408 | 336-378-9166
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