Fourth Annual

Sporting Clays Classic

at the Summit Bechtel Reserve

Save the Date

Saturday, October 2, 2021

Co-hosted by the Summit Bechtel Reserve and Buckskin Council, BSA

On behalf of the Summit Bechtel Reserve and Buckskin Council, the Boy Scouts of America would like to invite you out for a great day of shooting on October 2nd.  This exciting event includes lunch, extra shooting opportunities, and a tour of one of the largest range in the United States!  Participants will be supplied with a UTV to navigate the course for the day. Shooters should bring their own equipment but if equipment is needed please call 304-340-3663 to reserve a shotgun. We look forward to having you onsite for this exciting event!

SBR Sporting Clays Classic
Quick Info

– $500 per team/$150 per individual
– 15 Station 100 round course
– AM Flight or PM flight available
– 5 stand available for team warm up
– Lunch provided at our incredible Jack Links Pavilion
– UTV transportation provided

What's included?

– All Ammunition and Clay Targets for the day
– Access to 3rd Largest Shooting Facility in USA
– Networking opportunity & Lasting Connections
– 12-Gauge Rentals available (Free of Charge)
– Prizes for Top Teams

Had a great time shooting Sporting Clays! Not too hard, not too easy, just right. The course was run quite professionally.
M. Taylor II
2019 Google Review

Sponsorship Information

Platinum

Platinum Level: $10,000+

5 teams/20 shooters + 4 member 1000 yard shooting experience
Website/Social media listings + Event signage + Logo on branded give away item

Platinum

Gold Level
$5,000

Gold

4 teams /16 shooters

Website/Social Media Listings

Event Signage

Silver Level
$2,500

Silver

3 teams /12 shooters

Website/Social Media Listings

Signage at station

Bronze Level
$650

Bronze

1 team/4 shooters

Signage at shooting station

Registration and Contact Info

For more information about the event and to RSVP,
contact our Lead Development Officer, Ryan King, by email at ryan.king@scouting.org  or by phone at (304) 465-2832