It's hard to believe that its been 7 years since the first Quad County Chain Shoot. The 2015-2016 season is underway, and shooters are lining up to take their shot at the BIG Jackpot!
The Quad County Chain Shoot is a traveling Jackpot shoot involving 9 different Clubs. Each Club takes a turn hosting the shoot, and it gives everyone a chance to see some of the great clubs in our area, as well as meet some great people.
Starting each fall in October and running until April, this traveling shoot gives you the chance to shoot against other shooters in a handicap setting. Each event you will shoot 50 targets. 25 singles from the 16 yard line, and 25 single handicap birds some where between the 23 and 25 yard line. Your handicap round is determined by your 16 yard score. You must shoot at 10 events during the season to qualify for the Final Jackpot Shoot that will be in Delevan this season.
Here is how the scoring and Jackpot shoots are run:
$1.00 Adm. Fee ( $0.50 Expenses - $0.50 Final Jackpot)
$2.00 for Traveling Breakable Jackpot ***
$2.00 for Final Jackpot **
***--Eligible on 6th time shooting. Winner for long ydg-50’s receive ¼ of the Breakable
Jackpot, short ydg-48’s (23-25) receive ¼ of breakable jackpot, ties divide, remaining funds roll over to next shoot. A shooter’s eligible score of 50/48 means the shooter will not be eligible for the 48/50 breakable jackpot. The breakable jackpot winner’s score will qualify for daily Lewis.
BREAKABLE JACKPOT CARRIED OVER IS----$1,323.76
Options: $7.00 Lewis Option (Everyone has a chance to win!)
Lewis paid out daily – 4 classes, 60/40 High Gun (3 classes under 30 shooters)
$1.00 Lucky Shooter Number Option-paid out daily-1 winner
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Carl & Gelane Firme
We are using a google calendar for the events this season. If you would like to have it sync with your smart phone or tablet, just click on the contact us button above and we can add you to notifications. You will need a gmail account for it to sync with your personal device.