Amherst Sportsman Club turkey shoots

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Amherst Sportsman Club turkey shoots

Postby cpg » Mon Oct 07, 2019 2:24 pm

Shotgun Turkey Shoots. Most shoots $2 entry/round. Food prizes to 1st & 2nd place. Cash shoots and pie charts too. Club opens at 8:30, signup starts at 9:00, first shoot starts at 10:00. Factory barrels & chokes only, minimum constriction of .660" is acceptable. Shotshells are supplied by the club. Contestants fire once at a bullseye target 100 feet away. Closest pellet hole to bullseye wins. Firing line holds 20 shooters per round. Number of rounds depends on attendance. Concessions are available, raffles for food & prizes, and 50/50. Men, women, and children (with adult supervision) are welcome. Every Sunday morning (exceptions for holidays) through 4/5/20 at the Amherst Sportsman Club located at 47980 Cooper Foster Park Rd in Amherst, OH. 440-984-3456.
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Re: Amherst Sportsman Club turkey shoots

Postby Cruiser » Mon Oct 07, 2019 4:11 pm

cpg wrote:Shotgun Turkey Shoots. Most shoots $2 entry/round. Food prizes to 1st & 2nd place. Cash shoots and pie charts too. Club opens at 8:30, signup starts at 9:00, first shoot starts at 10:00. Factory barrels & chokes only, minimum constriction of .660" is acceptable. Shotshells are supplied by the club. Contestants fire once at a bullseye target 100 feet away. Closest pellet hole to bullseye wins. Firing line holds 20 shooters per round. Number of rounds depends on attendance. Concessions are available, raffles for food & prizes, and 50/50. Men, women, and children (with adult supervision) are welcome. Every Sunday morning (exceptions for holidays) through 4/5/20 at the Amherst Sportsman Club located at 47980 Cooper Foster Park Rd in Amherst, OH. 440-984-3456.

A Club near me has an event much like this one. They count the most pellet holes in a 2 inch circle at 50 yds.
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Re: Amherst Sportsman Club turkey shoots

Postby Whirlwind06 » Tue Oct 08, 2019 6:23 am

So would my Mossberg maverick security pump shotgun be acceptable?
20 inch barrel fixed choke.
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Re: Amherst Sportsman Club turkey shoots

Postby cpg » Tue Oct 08, 2019 7:08 am

As long as everything is the same as it left the factory and our .660 check passes through, its good to go.
Only 12 gauge barrels get measured. 16, 20, and 410 will get a visual inspection.
Scopes & dot sights are also acceptable, but most are using iron sights.
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Re: Amherst Sportsman Club turkey shoots

Postby Whirlwind06 » Tue Oct 08, 2019 8:14 am

I added a pistol grip stock but the length of pull should be the same.
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Re: Amherst Sportsman Club turkey shoots

Postby cpg » Tue Oct 08, 2019 8:38 am

Aftermarket stocks are OK. We’re more worried about barrels & chokes!
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