Hellenic Shooting Sports | High Gun Explained
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High Gun Explained

High Gun Explained

High Gun Explained

A number of members have asked about what the clubs high gun is or how it is worked out.

 

The High Gun is calculated over an entire calendar year, as you may have noted there are 2 types of events held on an event weekend either Handicap or High Gun, each shoot that is marked as an High Event goes to your yearly score, your best 400 targets of your best 16 rounds are added up and this is your High Gun Score, the winner of the High Gun is for all intents and purposes the club champion for that year, over the past 8 years the high gun has been won with scores in the 324 to 346 range.

 

You can check your progress and your position in the running of the high gun thought out the year via the members only part of the clubs website

 

The Category winners and Top 10 are announced at Christmas event each year.

 

                                                                                                         There are 4 categories of High Gun Awarded

Open ( all member all grades)

Veterans

Ladies

Juniors

 

This weekend is the first High Gun of the year and so every member is in the running, and all have the potential to be this year’s winner.

 

So get out there are smash those clays.

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