Youth Shotgun starts this Sunday, April 22nd at 2pm.

Youth shotgun is open to all youth between the ages of 10-22. If you are over 18 you must be in College. This season practices will be every Sunday through June at 2pm and Tuesdays at5pm. If you can only make 1 practice a week, that's O.K. please come anyways. This is a traveling team and competitions this year are all in June.

June 2- Polson  Big Sky Sporting Clays

June 22-24  Missoula State Shoot   (don't be put off by a 3 day shoot, we will schedule our events to finish in 1 or 2 days)

June 30- Hamilton

We received a generous grant from the NRA. All clays are paid for and most all the ammo should be covered. Through our midway grant, entrance fees will be covered. We also have 5 club guns for kids to borrow.

Come check it out and see if it is for your family. Please bring a gun and 2 boxes of ammo per child. Membership fee for Scholastic Clay Target Program is $20.00

For questions, contact Carol Comstock  249-1633 or e-mail cdcomstock@aol.com



For the 2017 shooting year, the Bigfork Competitors received a grant from the NRA totaling $4313.70. This included Savage shot guns, a pallet of clays, safety equipment, a safe and 30 cases of shells. This allowed the team to keep the costs of shooting down and they were able to add 5 new shooters.

2015 MONTANA/WYOMING WESTERN STATE CHAMPIONS   

Matthew Underhill, Christian Vestal, Henry Bjorge, Seth Probert and Luke Comstock.

BIGFORK GUN CLUB

YOUTH TRAP PROGRAM

THE BIGFORK COMPETITORS












































​​The Bigfork Competitors is a traveling Scholastic Clay Target Program team.












Neither Rain, snow, sleet or ice will keep our youth from learning the fine art of Trap and Skeet. 


2017 TEAM



















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PAST TEAMS AND ACHIEVEMENTS:















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​​In 2014 Four of the young men from the Bigfork Competitors qualified to represent Montana at the National 4-H Invitational Match in Grand Island, NE June 2015.   CONGRATULATIONS!



















​​For information on participation in the Youth Trap shoots or to become an instructor for this program you may also contact   Jim Browne   or   Carol Comstock