Clay Pigeon Shooting Rules
Ground owners have the choice
to run competitions as re-entry or One entry per shooter.
On re-entry shoots better
results/score will supersede your previous score on the
28gram /1oz cartridge maximum
(Orston SG no restrictions)
In the event of a no bird,
the first bird is established
on a 'on report' or 'following' pair, with
nothing being established on a simultaneous
If targets have been unseen,
you have the option to
view the targets as singles or the pair/s.
Referee's decision is final -
If referee in doubt the pair
may be offered to shoot again.
Only guns of minimum barrel
length of 26'' and a
maximum of 12 bore to be used. Rules allow any
smaller gauge shotguns to be used.
No live quarry to be shot or
Safety Rules -
Ground rules apply. Some grounds may insist on
glasses to be worn by spectators and shooters.
Check details with ground for their safety rules.
Any form of cheating will be
dealt with according to
severity, with the result of the shooter facing a ban from
events from 1 year to lifetime.
More rules to follow - as