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Skeet

Bartlesville Sportsmens Club-Skeet

Stations 1 and 2 - High Single, Low Single, High/Low Double
Stations 3, 4 and 5 - High Single, Low Single
Station 6 and 7 - High Single, Low Single Low/High Double
Station 8 - High Single, Low Single

Bartlesville Sportsmen's Club operates two skeet fields.

Skeet is shot on a field with 2 machines facing each other, 40 yards apart. One is located 10 ft. above ground in a structure referred to as the high house. The other is 3 ft. high in the low house. Targets always fly the same path but the angles are changed as the shooters move around the field and attempt shots from 8 different stations, a maximum of 5 shooters make up a squad, but only 1 shoots at a time. The machines are self loading and electrically released from a control cable. A round of skeet for one person consists of 25 shots. The first shot scored lost in any round shall be repeated immediately and the result scored as the twenty-fifth shot. Should the first twenty-four targets of a round be scored dead, the shooter shall take his or her optional shot, a low house eight only. The object is to score the greatest number of broken targets.





BSC East Skeet Range BSC West Skeet Range





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