Club SOP

Standard Operational Proceduree

SGC Calendar


We are Planning a "Fun Shoot" once a month. If you have an idea for a shoot, talk to a Clays Committee Member and we will discuss and add it to the monthly schedule.

Sunday Oct 7th  - SGC Skeet Championship - Fun Shoot


The Snowshoe Gun Club held its yearly Club Skeet Shoot.  12 shooters shot 50 regular skeet targets, 24 regular doubles and 26 reverse doubles.  After the smoke cleared, Stu Goldstein and Dave Kerkliviet were the top guns with a score of 86.  Stu won the top honor in the shoot off with Dave as the Runner Up.  Jim Brenten and Kris Phillips were tied for 3rd with a score of 82.  Jim won the shoot off and took 3rd place.  A plaque will be displayed in the clubhouse with their respective names.  We will continue this tradition each year by adding the winners to the plaque.  Chili, hot dogs, and corn bread was provided ensuring nobody shot on an empty stomach. This was the 1st year we had this shoot and plan on making it bigger and better next year.

Sunday Nov 18th  - Annual Turkey Shoot - Fun Shoot

Clays Note: ATA trap shoots  scheduled for 2018. See Scheduled ATA Trap Events.  

The Clays Range will Not be open if temperature is 0 degrees or below at 10:00am.

Please call # 262-9500 for Official Temperature.

The SGC Clays Range is open for Trap and Skeet to the membership and the public every

Sunday,  Noon until 3 pm.

2018 Summer open hours will be begin Wednesdays, April 18th to Oct 17th from 4:00pm – 6:00pm.


Resolution 2017-9

By unanimous vote the Board of Directors of the Snowshoe Gun Club voted to raise the youth shooting fee from $3.00 to $5.00 effective 1 January 2018. There will be only (2) fee's  - Members & Non-Members

Cost is $5 per round for Members and $7 per round for Non-members, bring your own shells.

During these times the Clays Range is open to the public.

Members will be required to open and close the 2nd gate beyond the Training building while the Clay Range is open.

The Rifle and Pistol Ranges ARE NOT open to the Public during these Times!

Clays Range

Trap and Skeet fields are located on the West side of the Training Buildings Parking lot.

There are two established trap fields. Trap field 1 is located on the south end of the trap/skeet fields, and trap field 2 is adjacent to field 1, just to the north. Both fields incorporate voice-activated Pat-Trap trap machines capable of throwing double clays as well as Trap 2 has a wobble function. The trap fields have cement station walkways.

There is currently two established skeet field (skeet field 1), located north of, and adjacent to, trap field 2. The Skeet field are gravel pads with the stations indicated by survey markers. Skeet field 2 is located adjacent to skeet field 1, on the north side. Both fields have new (2016) GP Trap skeet machines provided by the NRA.  No Shot Size larger than #6 is allowed on the SGC Clays Range.

The Clays Range is the responsibility of the SGC Clays Committee as directed by the SGC Directors.

For the safety of the users. No SGC Clay Targets will be thrown without a

SGC Clays Committee Member Present.

Personel clay target throwers my be used at the Clays Range when the range is not in use.

Please check the Reservations or Calendar for available times.

Scheduled NSSA Skeet Events