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The shoots listed below are the shoots that Hi-Grade Shooters Supply will be attending and selling.
If you will be attending one or more of these events stop by our booth and say hello. We look forward to seeing you!
Saturday, June 11th, 2016 - Sunday, June 12th, 2016
405 Monastery Road, Elysburg, PA 17824
PA State Shoot
Monday, June 13th, 2016 - Sunday, June 19th, 2016
405 Monastery Road, Elysburg, PA 17824
PA State Sporting Clays State Championship Shoot
Thursday, July 14th, 2016 - Sunday, July 17th, 2016
Stonycreek Shooting Center
510 Kimmel Road, Berlin, PA 15530
Eligibility-All NSCA members must have their 2015 dues paid in full. NSCA membership applications will be accepted at the event. A Hunter class is available for non-NSCA participants.
Rules-All NSCA rules will be in effect for all events in this tournament. In accordance with NSCA rules, shoot management may refuse entry or cause withdrawal of any contestant who, in the eyes of shoot management, annoys, endangers or interferes in any way with the harmony of the shoot, or displays unsportsmanlike conduct. Shooters using abusive language toward any trapper, score keeper, referee or any other staff member will be removed from the competition immediately, with no refund. Shoot management reserves the right to alter or cancel any portion of this program. No one is permitted on the course until their allotted shooting time. All management decisions are FINAL.
Classification-NSCA rules will determine shooter classification. Shooters must have their NSCA cards properly filled out with up to date information. Any shooter not having 300 registered targets before July 15, 2015 will shoot penalty class (one class above their current classification) in all events. Any shooter found competing in a class lower than they rightfully should will be disqualified immediately. Any shooter discovering they have been placed in a higher class than they belong must appeal that placement prior to attempting any targets of the entire tournament, otherwise they will be required to compete in that class for the entire tournament. It is the shooters responsibility to confirm they are in the correct class. Please review your Winscore receipt!
Ammunition-New, factory ammunition must be used in all events. Ammo will be available for purchase at the clubhouse.
Residency-Entrants must reside in PA (as determined by NSCA membership) to be eligible for PSCA state trophies and NSCA state pins.
Options and Trophies-Options will be available for all events. The PSCA will be providing all trophies.
Safety-Eye and Ear protection is mandatory for everyone entering the course. Safety is everyone's responsibility. Insurance regulations require everyone entering the grounds to sign a waiver. Golf carts and ATV's may only be operated by persons with a valid drivers license. The use of horizontal gun racks is STRICTLY forbidden.
Map & Directions
Grand American Trap
Monday, August 1st, 2016 - Friday, August 12th, 2016
World Shooting and Recreational Complex
1 Main Event Lane, Sparta, IL 62286
Visit Hi-Grade Shooters in Building 2 from the 1st through the 12th during the shoot.
The History and Information...
Every August, the shooting community turns its attention to the World Shooting and Recreational Complex in Sparta, IL for the Grand American World Trapshooting Championships. This storied event has evolved into the premier shooting event in the world. Only the modern marathon has more participants in a single day of competition than the Grand American.
Debuting in 1900 at the Interstate Park in Queens, New York, the Grand American was originally a four-day tournament contested in June. For the next 20 plus years the Grand American was staged in cities such as Chicago, St. Louis and Columbus until it made its home in Vandalia, Ohio from 1923 until 2005.
In 2006, the Grand American moved to its new home at the World Shooting and Recreational Complex in Sparta, IL. This state of the art facility features 120 trap fields extending for 3.5 miles making it the worlds largest trap line. To find out more about the WSRC please visit their website.
Since its inception, the Grand American has grown from a mere 20 competitors in 1900 to more than 5,800 participants in 2006. Over the years, the likes of Annie Oakley, Roy Rogers and John Philip Sousa have participated in the Grand American.
In its current format, the Grand American consists of 29 events spanning over a 13 day period. The first 7 days of the tournament are referred to as "Preliminary Days" in which competitors may fine-tune their skills prior to competing in the championship events of "Grand Week."
Not only is the Grand American the largest shooting tournament in the world, but it also offers competitors the opportunity to explore the most advanced products and services in the shooting industry. The WSRC is a spectacular site in itself. With more than 1,000 camping sites, 100+ exhibitors, and thousands of competitors, the Grand is more than a championship. It's a celebration of the sport.
The hub for all this activity is located in the Events Center. This location provides competitors with a sophisticated entry system, which incorporates computerized classification, handicapping, entry processing/cashiering and score reporting. A closed-circuit television network conveys event leaders, event results, squads on deck and messages to better inform individuals during their stay on the grounds.
Electrical hook-ups and shower facilities offer more than 750 recreational vehicle owners the thrill of camping on-site during the 13 day event. Many competitors end the day by joining friends at various campsites to share the day's shooting stories or to enjoy a cookout.
More than 100 exhibitors are on-site to provide products and services ranging from gun sales and services, to shooting accessories and apparel. Each of these companies is conveniently located near the center of the facility; thus offering a mall-like atmosphere to shop for that special item.
Bingo and sightseeing trips are just two of the activities offered to individuals who may not be competing or those who are looking to take a break from the action.
Map & Directions
Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Laurel Region Charity Shoot
Sunday, August 28th, 2016
West Penn Sportsmens Club
5730 Saltsburg Road, Murrysville, PA 15668
We look forward to your participation in the 2016 Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Laurel Region CHARITY SHOOT to be held on Sunday, August 28, 2016 at the West Penn Sportsmens Club in Murrysville, PA.
Presented by Hi-Grade Shooters Supply - Tracey and Roy McMahan
Registration 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
100 Target Program includes 25 Trap Singles, 50 Trap Doubles, and 25 Sporting Clays.
Practice Trap Available. NEW SHOOTERS WELCOME! A separate trap will be available that includes guns, ammo & instruction for $20.00 donation per round.
Gold Corporate Sponsor Package $1000. Includes 5 shooters, lunch, corporate signage & recognition and 5 chances to win a fine gun!
Silver Corporate Sponsor Package $500. Includes 5 shooters, lunch, corporate signage & recognition and 1 chance to win a fine gun!
Cost is $90 per shooter and $25 for a non-shooter (includes lunch).
LOTS OF FUN - Door Prizes & Raffles All Day Long!
Pre-Registration due by August 24, 2016.
Download and Print the Registration Form and Details
Map & Directions
Mon. - Thur. - Fri.
9:00AM to 5:00PM EST
Tue. - Wed.
9:00AM to 7:00PM EST
9:00AM to 1:00PM EST
712 Reynolds Street
Youngwood, PA 15697
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