NSCA Super Sport

NSCA Super Sport, Sub Gauge, True Pair

NSCA Super Sport - Longmeadow Clays Club

Longmeadow Clays Club and the NSCA would like to invite you to join us for two days of awesome shooting sports action! Longmeadow Clays Club will be hosting a number of Super Sport, Sub Gauge, and True Pair events. All registered NSCA/CSCA members are welcome and encouraged to participate in this amazing competition. Check below for more details about the shoot, and call 970-483-8368, or email Heath Stencel at heath@longmeadoweventcenter.com to get signed up today!

Saturday, June 16, 2018

  • Registration (PDH – Clays Course Entrance) – Not Lodge) – 8:30am
    • 10am – 150 Super Sport (Squaded – 14 Stations)
    • 12:30pm – Lunch/Reset
    • After Lunch – 5:30pm (European)
      • Stations 1-7 (75 Clay – 28/410)
      • Stations 8-14 (75 Clay – 20/pump)
      • True Pair All Stations (100 Clays)

Sunday, June 17, 2018

  • Registration (At Lodge) – European Beginning 8:30am
    • 9am – 4pm – All Events
    • Stations 1-7 (75 Clay – 28/410)
    • Stations 8-14 (75 Clay – 20/pump)
      • True Pair All Stations (100 Clays)

Costs

  • Super Sport – $90
  • True Pair – $55
  • Sub Gauge – $40/Event
    • All come with lunch

Not an NSCA/CSCA Member?

Not a registered NSCA/CSCA Shooter? Or has it Been longer than 3 years since your last shoot?

TRY THE NSCA LIMITED MEMBERSHIP PROGRAM!!!
 
Learn more at the NSCA Website
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Download the sign-up form below and bring it to the next shoot!

 

NSCA Summer Time 100 + 100

NSCA Summer Time 100 + 100

Looking for a way to get outside now that summer is here?

Come on out to Longmeadow and shoot the NSCA Summer Time 100 + 100 with us!NSCA Summer Time 100 + 100 - Longmeadow Clays Club

Registration begins at 8:30am 
Main event at 10:00am, 2nd 100 at 1:00pm
$60 for the first 100, $40 for 2nd 100 
(Lunch Included)

Call 970-483-8368 to register today!

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NSCA Memorial Day 100 + 100

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Help us Celebrate Memorial Day the right Way!

Longmeadow Clays Club  and the NSCA

present

The Memorial Day 100 + 100 on 

Monday, May 28th, 2018!

Call today to get signed up at 970 483-8368
 
ALL SHOOTERS WELCOME!!! 
Registration begins at 8:30am
Main event at 10:00am, 2nd 100 at 1:00pm
$60 for the first 100, $40 for 2nd 100 
(Lunch Included)
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Overnight accommodations available onsite at 970 483-8368

NECCOGA Trap & Sporting Clays Shoot

NECCOGA Trap & Sporting Clays Shoot

NECCOGA Trap & Sporting Clays Shoot - Event Flyer
The annual Northeast Chapter of the Colorado Oil and Gas Association Trap & Sporting Clays Shoot will be held on Saturday, May 12th, 2018. The shoot will be held at Longmeadow Event Center, 8604 County Road 6, Wiggins, Colorado 80654

This years’ shoot will consist of teams of Four (4) shooters per team. Each person will shoot 100 sporting clays. There will be prizes for first and second place teams. Prizes will also be awarded for overall high score. The cost per team for this years’ tournament will be $400. Shooting will commence at 9:00AM. Check in at 8, with Lunch to follow!

Shooters are required to supply their own ammunition 71/2 or lower 12 gauge or lower and their own eye and ear protection, (Longmeadow has limited ammo if needed.) Included are a Sponsorship/ Registration Form. We encourage you to get them sent in as soon as possible.

Although the tournament is being held and sponsored by the Oil & Gas industry, it will be open to the public. It is the desire of the Northeast Chapter of COGA and the tournament Committee to use this opportunity to further positive relationships with all the people who prosper from the presence of a strong oil & gas industry.

Please do not bring alcohol on the premises.

All proceeds will be used to fund the NECCOGA Scholarship Fund!

Download the Team sign up form below:

NECCOGA Spring Trap Shoot 2018

Learn more about The Northeast Chapter of the Colorado Oil & Gas Association at their website!

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Jamie and Emma Willert Memorial Fundraiser Shoot

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We lost two amazing members of the Longmeadow Family this month, Jamie and Emma Willert. They passed away in a tragic car accident on March 15, 2018. We will miss them dearly and, although we mourn the loss of these two beautiful souls, we know that heaven gained two angels which warms our hearts. We held a memorial here at Longmeadow on Thursday, March 22nd with overwhelming support from the local community and over 200 guests in attendance. A huge thanks to all who pitched-in to help! Hunter and Ross are doing well and appreciate all of your thoughts, prayers and support. If you wish to submit a financial contribution to the family, they have set-up both a local account under the name Willert Memorial Fund at High Plains Bank, and a gofundme account which you can access at www.gofundme.com
 
Longmeadow Clays Club will be holding a memorial sporting clays fundraiser for Jamie and Emma Willert on SUNDAY, JUNE 3rd, 2018!!!
 
Registration will still open at 8:30am and the shoot will start at 10am. Lunch, prizes and drawing opportunities will be provided. Come help us support a family in need, hope to see you there!
 
Also, a friendly reminder to new shooters: Ammo is NOT included and shooters will need a minimum of 100 rounds of 7 ½ or 8 shot target loads.
 
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7 Tips for Sporting Clays

7 Tips for Sporting Clays

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When it comes to clays, MEC Shooting Sports really knows what they’re talking about! So, what better way to help our shooters get prepared for the upcoming MEC Rocky Mountain Classic at Longmeadow Clays Club on August 2nd – 5th 2018, than by offering some helpful clay shooting tips! These 7 tips for sporting clays will give shooters some quick and easy advice on how to get the most out of their time on the course. Whether you are a greenhorn, a veteran sharp shooter, or somewhere in between, these tips can help you develop your skills and get the most out of your shooting experience. This advice comes straight from the MEC experts themselves, and if you would like to read the full article on helpful clay shooting tips, head on over to their website!

  1. Safety First

    As with anything involving firearms, safety come first! While on any course or range, appropriate hearing and eye protection must be worn AT ALL TIMES. Your gun should remain unloaded until you are ready to fire, but as most shooters know, all firearms should always be treated as if it were loaded. When out on the course, make sure that you gun is unloaded before crossing difficult terrain like a ditch, creek, or tall vegetation. The muzzle of your gun should always be pointed downward towards the ground until you are ready to fire, and remember, never point a gun at anything your not ready to shoot!

  2. Find the right gun fit

    If you want to have any hope of hitting your targets, you need to make sure that you are using a gun that fits your size and stature. Finding the right gun will drastically help your aim, and will help you actually hit what you are look at. To preform a test to determine if your gun is the right fit for you, begin by setting up a target board at 16 yards. Then, mount and fire several shots by pointing at the target without aiming. After this test, if you find the that highest density point is off center, you are going to want to look into having your gun fitted.

  3. Practice mounts with an unloaded gun

    As the saying goes, practice makes perfect! Even the best shots in the world have spent countless hours practicing and honing their skills. Making 10 practice mounts/swings part of your daily routine will help to drastically improve your shots. Practicing in front of a mirror is a good way to make sure that your are mounting the gun from the same position on your face every time, as you want to avoid mounting it to your shoulder. Try to focus on creating a smooth swing and follow through, and remember to keep your feet narrow while practicing.

  4. Don’t stop moving the barrel until you pull the trigger

    When it comes to shooting clays, making sure that you have a consistent follow through is of the utmost importance. The best way to do this is to keep your barrel moving until you actually pull the trigger. Try to keep your dominant eye on the target and follow with the barrel of the gun.

  5. Analyze misses and adjust

    Everyone has an off day every once in a while, but if you do find yourself going through a missing streak, don’t hesitate to take a break and adjust. Take a few minutes to get readjusted and double check that your posture is correct. After that, you will want to look at your lead and increase or decrease as needed.

  6. Use low recoil targets

    As we mentioned before, practice makes perfect. A great wat to improve your marksmanship is to use low recoil load for target practice, and it will also help save your shoulder for those competition shoots! It becomes much easier to focus on your target when you don’t have to deal with the stock constantly slamming into your shoulder. This will also help you get higher velocity shots, as low recoil rounds contain less shot. On top of all this, low recoil shells are also cheaper, and they will break apart clays the same as a normal round.

  7. Proper stance and form are a must

    As your marksmanship progresses, you will want to get in the habit of pointing your gun instead of aiming. In order to do this correctly, your body must be in the right position. Stand with your front leg slightly bent while keeping your your back leg straight. Bend a little at the waist, and slightly lean forward into your gun. Make sure to hold the butt of the gun tightly against your shoulder between your arm and collarbone, and check that the elbow of your shooting arm is parallel with the ground. Place your cheek firmly against the top of the stock so you’re sight plane is level with the rib of the gun and bead at the end of the barrel.

Want to learn more awesome shooting tips? Continue reading the full article HERE, at the MEC Website!

We hope you enjoyed these 7 tips for sporting clays, but do you really want to put them to the test? Sign up for the upcoming MEC Rocky Mountain Classic at Longmeadow Clays Club August 2nd – 5th 2018! This is a NSCA Future Big Blast Event with plenty of option for sub gauge shooters. So come join us for four full days of clays on the beautiful high plains of Colorado!Longmeadow Clays Club - MEC Rocky Mountain Classic Save the Date Flyer - 7 Tips for Sporting Clays

NCMC/EMCHF Double Barrel Blast

NCMC/EMCHF Double Barrel Blast

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Join the NCMC Foundation and East Morgan County Hospital Foundation in supporting Banner Emergency Medical Services for the upcoming Double Barrel Blast Sporting Clays Tournament! Held at the extraordinary Longmeadow Game Resort Clays Club & Event Center in Wiggins, this promises to be an amazing day of sporting clays, food and fundraising for a great cause.

Banner Health EMS Services will benefit from your participation and support through equipment purchase that directly save lives throughout northern and eastern Colorado.

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We are looking for Sponsors!

Station Sponsorship – $700

  • 4 Person Team Entry
  • Signage on one station
  • Opportunity to distribute giveaway
  • Recognition in True North Magazine

Beer Sponsorship – $1200

  • 4 person Team Entry
  • On-Site Signage
  • Opportunity to distribute giveaway
  • Recognition in True North Magazine

Lunch Sponsorship – $1200

  • 4 person Team Entry
  • On-Site Signage
  • Opportunity to distribute giveaway
  • Recognition in True North Magazine

Ammunition Sponsorship – $1200

  • 4 person Team Entry
  • On-Site Signage
  • Opportunity to distribute giveaway
  • Recognition in True North Magazine

For sponsorship opportunities or to register a team or individual shooter,
fill out the information below or contact Kyle Holman at 970-810-2441 or
Kyle.Holman@BannerHealth.com. You can also visit us online at
www.NCMCFoundation.org

Feel free to download the event flyer and sponsorship sign-up form below!

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Colorado’s Toughest 6-2-6

Colorado’s Toughest 6-2-6

at Longmeadow Clays Club

Join us at Longmeadow Clays Club in Wiggins for Colorado’s Toughest 6-2-6 Shoot on Saturday, May 5th 2018! 600 targets, 2 full days, 6 different clubs! Compete with some of the best shooters in the state and feel free to participate at all 6 clubs, or just one or two, the choice is yours!

Register online at www.winscoreonline.com!

Shoot Times:

  • 8:00am
  • 12:00pm
  • 4:00pm

Overnight accommodations available onsite at (970) 483-8368

Colorado's Toughest 6-2-6 Event Flyer - Longmeadow Clays Club

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NAGDA Nationals

NAGDA Nationals

at Longmeadow Game Resort, Event Center, And Clays Club

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The National Gun Dog Association and Longmeadow Game Resort present the NAGDA Nationals! Three full days of fun with man’s best friend on the beautiful high plains of Colorado! Come watch the finalists duke it out for the top stop on Friday, April 6th through Sunday, April 8th! Call (970) 483-8368 or contact us at info@longmeadoweventcenter.com to learn more about this awesome event!

Also, head on over to the NAGDA website to learn more about their amazing organization!

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MEC Rocky Mountain Classic

MEC Rocky Mountain Classic

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CALLING ALL SHOOTERS!!! Longmeadow Clays Club and MEC Shooting Sports presents, The 1st Annual Rocky Mountain Classic! Four full days of shooting sports on the high plains of Colorado! Join us at Longmeadow on August 2nd – 5th 2018 for the Future Big Blast Bonanza & Sub Gauge Godzilla! Register at www.chshootresults.com or www.winscoreonline.com, and call 970-371-4623 or visit our Lodging page to reserve Rooms/RV slots or just to get more info! Early Registration Discounts Available so Don’t Delay, Book Today!!!

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Looking for Sponsors!

If you or your company would like to be a sponsor of the MEC Rocky Mountain Classic at Longmeadow Clays Club, please contact Heath Stencel by phone at 970-371-4623, or by email at heath@longmeadoweventcenter.com by no later than July 9th, 2018! Feel free to download our sponsorship application form below, as well as a more detailed account of the benefits of each sponsor level.

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