Clay pigeon shooting

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Clay pigeon shooting can be practiced according to 2 (Olympic) disciplines: TRAP and SKEET. At Nuclea, we practice the TRAP- and JPC-shooting, there’s no SKEET-shooting point available at TIR DER KEMPEN (Noorderwijk Herentals).

 

A trench in front of the shooting stands conceals 15 traps arranged in five groups of three. Shooters take turns to shoot at a target each, before moving in a clockwise direction to the next stand in the line. Targets for each shooter are thrown immediately upon his call and are selected by a shooting scheme (program) that ensures all competitors receive exactly the same target selection, but in an unpredictable randomised order to the extent that there will be one straight, two left and two right targets for each stand from any one of the three traps directly in front of him/her; guessing which one is next is impossible unless the shooter is on his/her last five targets.

 

Olympic trap targets are set to travel 76 metres (+/-1m) at the top of trench level marker peg, unless the terrain is dead flat, at varying elevations and with a maximum horizontal angle of 45 degrees either side of the centre line (being where the target exits the trench). Scoring is on the basis of one point per target killed, regardless of whether this is achieved with the first or with the second barrel unless it is a final where the top six scorers shoot off as a single barrel event, regardless of local club grades if any.

 

A JPC-discipline (sporting clays) is also one of the options. Shooters are posted in a fixed station, and clays are thrown from several points and in all possible directions. Left, right, incoming, high, low, etc. ... it’s all part of the standard JPC package.

 

Shooting practice takes place as follows, every two weeks on Saturdays: 

 

A summer competition from April up to and including September, starting at 1 p.m. 

 

A winter competition from October up to and including March, also at 1 p.m. 

 

Two rounds of 25 clay pigeons are always shot. At the end of the competition, a classification including the 10 best results of the round is drawn up. 

 

We make use of the shooting range of Frans Peeters in Noorderwijk (Herentals) for our shooting practice.

Where?

Nuclea

Boeretang 200
2400 Mol

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Basic fee

Adults
Junior (Between ages 13 and 25)
€ 10,00
€ 5,00
€ 45,00
€ 22,50
€ 45,00
€ 22,50

Section fee

Adults
Junior (Between ages 13 and 25)

Contact

Berghmans Johan

Commissioner

jberghma@sckcen.be

0495480029

Raf Sterckx

Executive of the board

Raphael.Sterckx@telenet.be

Berghmans Johan

Contact

jberghma@sckcen.be

0495480029

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