2015 MONTANA/WYOMING WESTERN STATE CHAMPIONS   

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


Scholastic Clay Target Practice Schedule:    Every Sunday at 2 pm to about 4 pm.

                                                                            Every Tuesday at 5 pm to about 7 pm.

                        Final practice after regional tournament, the end of July. 
 
First season practice is open to all boys and girls interested in learning to shoot clay targets (Trap,              Skeet, Sporting Clays). 
Open to ages 10 - 23,   must be in school.    Practicing twice weekly and more in preparation for                    matches.   Youths between the grades of  7 & 12  (having completed Hunter's Safety) who would be        interested in shooting shotgun with the Bigfork Competitors should contact Carol Comstock  for            more information. 

Parent attendance required. Bring your shotgun, ear and eye protection and three boxes of shells.
 
Safety is first,    coach   Jim Browne  

 
Email  Carol Comstock   if you have any questions.


REGIONAL EVENTS CALENDAR  2018 TBD



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.

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