Join event chairman and Eagle Scout Brent Kerr, President of Kerr Contractors, for the 19th Annual Sporting Clays Shootout benefiting local outdoor programs of the Boy Scouts of America.
Often called golf with guns, sporting clays is a fast-growing pastime among outdoor sports shooters. The course features 25 shooting stations set up to throw 100 “birds” (clays) which simulate flying or running game targets. Teams of five adults compete in the shootout, which is open to all skill levels.
Frequently Asked Questions
Where is the Sporting Clays Shootout held?
The Scout Shoot is held at Salem Trap & Skeet / Mid-Valley Clays and Shooting School, 6181 Concomly Rd. in Gervais.
What are the Safety Requirements?
- Covid precautions including masking, social distancing and increased sanitation will be in place during the event.
- Eye and ear protection required at all times on the course.
- Alcohol consumption not allowed on the course.
- This is an “adults only” event. Teens may shoot if accompanied by an adult partner. For the enjoyment of all participants please leave younger children at home.
What is the Event Schedule?
THURSDAY, MAY 20, 2021 SPONSORS’ BIG SHOT BBQ DINNER & AUCTION
- 3:00 pm Shooting opens— Bring ammo
- 5:00 pm Group flurry competition— Bring ammo
- 6:00 pm BBQ steak dinner with all the fixings
- 7:00 pm Auction
FRIDAY, MAY 21, 2021 KERR CONTRACTORS SPORTING CLAYS SHOOTOUT
- 7:00 am Check in opens
- 7:00-8:00 am Continental breakfast
- 7:30 am Required course safety orientation
- 8:00-11:30 am Morning Shoot
- 11:30-12:30 BBQ lunch
- 11:00 am Check in opens
- 11:30-12:30 BBQ lunch
- 12:30 pm Required course safety orientation
- 1:00-4:30 pm Afternoon Shoot
- 4:30 pm Closing happy hour reception
How many people are on a team?
Five people make up your team. Both men and women are welcome. In a pinch you can have a team member shoot more than one time if your team is short a person.
Can teens participate in the Scout Shoot? What about younger children?
Experienced teens may participate on a team but must be accompanied by their parent who is also registered to participate.
This is an “adults only” event. For the enjoyment of all participants please leave younger children at home.
What equipment do we need?
Bring your shotgun plus ear and eye protection.
What kind of equipment rentals are available at Mid-Valley Clays and Shooting School?
Visit their website for information. Or phone them at 503.792.3431 to reserve your rental for the event. Supplies are limited. Reserve early!
What about shotgun shells?
12 gauge shotgun shells are staged at shooting stations.
NOTICE: Shells other than 12 gauge will not be available at this year’s shootout due to ongoing shortages caused by the pandemic.
Please don’t bring your own shells as the range requires everyone to follow their specific guidelines for what ammo may be used at their facility.
Where can we get FUN tickets?
FUN tickets valid for mulligans / raffle / flurry are available near the check in table before the shoot starts and watch for ticket sellers coming around out on the course. Your ticket purchase supports the council’s outdoor programs for local boys and girls, including shooting sports education.
The same tickets are good for mulligans, raffle and flurry. No complicated pricing. Tickets are $10 each. For the best value buy 10 @ $100 and get TWO FREE tickets!
Be sure to put your name on your tickets before using so you can be a winner. More drawings means more chances to win!
Mulligan: 1 ticket = 1 re-shoot Drop your ticket in a mulligan container at the station. There will be a special prize drawing from all the mulligan tickets for each session.
Raffle: 1 ticket = 1 raffle entry Don’t need to be present to win. Drawing takes place during closing happy hour. Drop your tickets in the main raffle drawing container on display in the tent.
Flurry: 1 ticket per person Two people shoot at a time and there are two flurry stations– one with targets coming towards you and one with targets going away. There will also be a special drawing from all the tickets from each flurry.