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Ohio is gaining a new venue for registered Skeet—the Land of Legends Club at the Dillon State Park.  Located just NE of Columbus, they offer two combination Skeet/Trap fields.  Currently only Registered International Skeet and Event 6 Vintage Skeet are scheduled, but American Skeet cannot be far behind.  Kindly visit their website www.LLRPC.com and drop by for a visit.  The club is located at
 
Dillon Sportsman Center
5200 Pleasant Valley Rd
Nashport, OH 43830
Phone: 740.452.3529               740.452.3529      
 
 
 
Here are two of the upcoming Land of Legends Vintage Skeet programs:
 
Ohio Vintage Skeet Championships
for
Side-by-Side Shotguns
 
June 12-13th, 2010
Shooting from 10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
Dillon Shooting Club, Newark
 
PROGRAM FORMAT
50 Vintage Skeet Targets per Event
[Vintage Skeet=Regular Skeet rotation and target speed, but with low gun and delayed release]
 
Event 1          50 targets      .410 Bore Skeet
Event 2          50 targets       28 Gauge Skeet
Event 3          50 targets       20 Gauge Skeet
Event 4          50 targets       All Gauge Skeet
     Event 5                                 HOA [Rank Scoring]
 
Re-entry permitted with a gun change
Shoot any event either day
This is an Open Tournament - no special membership requirements to participate
Cost
$15.00 per event
No charge for Event 5
 
Awards
Gun Champ, Runner-Up, Third
H.O.A-- First thru Third Place
[H.O.A. Rank Scoring System--1 point for 1st, 2 points for 2nd, etc.
Lowest point total wins. {Must enter Events 1-4 to be eligible}]
 
Ties
Only High Gun Shoots off, regular Vintage Skeet Miss and Out by Station
 
Other Ties broken by Longest Run, front or rear
Contact information
 
and
 
 
U.S. Zone 3 Vintage Skeet Championships
for
Side-by-Side Shotguns
 
July 24-25th, 2010
Dillon Shooting Club, Newark
 
PROGRAM FORMAT
50 Vintage Skeet Targets per Event
[Vintage Skeet=Regular Skeet rotation and target speed, but with low gun and delayed release]
Competition begins 10:00 a.m. daily, shoot any event either day
 
Event 1           .410 Bore Skeet
Event 2          28 Gauge Skeet
Event 3          20 Gauge Skeet
Event 4          All Gauge Skeet
Event 5          HOA [Rank Scoring]
 
Re-entry permitted with a gun change
 
This is an Open Tournament - no special membership requirements to participate
 
Cost
$15.00 per event
No charge for Event 5
 
Awards
Gun Champ, Runner-Up, Third
H.O.A-- First thru Third Place
[H.O.A. Rank Scoring System--1 point for 1st, 2 points for 2nd, etc.
Lowest point total wins. {Must enter Events 1-4 to be eligible}]
Only one award per person per event.
 
Ties
Only High Gun Shoots off, regular Vintage Skeet Miss and Out by Station
Other Ties broken by Longest Run, front or rear
 
 
PLUS...
 
 
Saturday, June 5th, 2010
 Black Wing Shooting Center
Or Your Home Club
Ohio
vs.
Michigan
Vintage Skeet competition for
Side by Side or Pump Shotguns
A vintage skeet event, Ohio vs. Michigan Vintage Skeet competitors in a postal.  Shooters compete at their home club/state and scoring will be transmitted via Fax/phone/internet. A traveling Trophy will be engraved with the year and the name of the winning state (Michigan or Ohio), and will reside with the winner for one year. The event will be repeated annually.
 
PROGRAM FORMAT
 
100 Vintage Skeet Targets
[Regular Skeet rotation and target speed, but with low gun and delayed release]
Cost
Award fee $3.00 per gun plus your local target costs
Awards
Championship Team recognized plus additional awards on Lewis Class, 8 per class
Ties
Ties broken by Longest Run, front or rear
 
Contact Information
Mark Douglas -  Hi-Sport@sbcglobal.net
Directions and club info http:// www.blackwingsc.com
 
 
Rules for 2010 Michigan vs. Ohio Vintage Skeet Challenge
-This is a non-registered tournament.  Shoot the event at your own home club or join us at Black Wing June 5th.
-100 Vintage Skeet Targets [low gun and delayed release, otherwise standard NSSA rules apply]  
-Low gun, comb below the armpit until the target emerges
-Target release may be from 0-3 seconds after calling.
-Teams are open to residents of Ohio and Michigan.  Unlimited participation is allowed from each club, but only the top 3 scores from the State will be used for the MI/OH Challenge Cup Event.
 
Equipment
-Only Side by Side or Pump action shotguns are permitted.  Any gauge may be used, but no handicaps are offered for smallbore usage.
Additional Rules
-One warning permitted per round for forgetting to take off an automatic safety.
-One warning per round for gun mount violations.
Additional violations after 1st warnings result in targets declared lost.
 
Cost
-You pay your local club's target fees and submit a $3.00 award fee with your scores to Hal Hare, Ohio Chairman.
 
Awards
-We have a traveling trophy for the winning team.  Individual awards based on Lewis Class,
8 per class.
 
 
Monday, April 12, 2010
Buckeye Vintagers join
the
fun