Talbot Rod & Gun Club 3rd Annual “Irish” Skeet Tournament
Sunday March 19th, 2017 Noon-‘til
$10 per shooter; $5 per eater
Corned Beef and Cabbage lunch will be served and included with entry fee. Good times and fellowship are free of charge!
Shooting will begin precisely at 12-ish, please be ready for the shotgun start (couldn’t resist) and will consist of ONE (1) round of “Irish” Skeet*
Camaraderie to follow.
*For the purpose of this event the rules for Irish Skeet (2016) are as follows: All shooters will be allowed only ONE (1) box of 25 shells. NO CHEATING! Starting on SKEET pad 1, loading ONLY ONE SHELL each shooter will take turns engaging TRAP targets. Shooters will have three (3) opportunities to successfully break the target. To move to the next station the shooter will need to either break the target, or have three (3) consecutive misses. Shooting will continue from station 1 to 7 and back until all shells have been expended and there is only one shooter remaining who will be crowned champion.
The group will move from station to station as one large squad
Shooting at broken targets is allowed but will count for score-no proofs shells provided
25 shells only per shooter
No sharing shells
When you are out of shells you are out of the game
If there is a tie, we’ll figure it out – likely by long run
$3 from each entry will go to the prize pot and be awarded based on number of entries: 1-10 shooters: 70/30 11 or more : 50/30/20
Annual Club Championships
The annual club championship will be held at the club on Sunday October 30th beginning promptly at noon-ish. The shoot program will be determined in the following weeks but will likely include a 75 bird day with skeet and sporting targets...and probably an olympic-style doubles event. NO doubt there will also be a club pieces/pole event; check back here or with Skeet Chair, Joe Devens for details. As always we are looking for a few volunteers to help run the shoot, collect scores, plan food, etc. Please let Joe or Paul Bergere know if you are available to assist. Joe would also like to make it known that any complaints will be viewed by him as a proclamation of volunteerism and he will immediately surrender complete control of the shoot to the complainant. Be warned.
Join us for the 2nd Annual "Irish" Skeet Shoot! Food, Friends, Firearm Fun, what more could you ask for? For rules and info please click the button below. If you'd like to shoot (or eat) please RSVP to the left.
Talbot Rod & Gun Club is pleased to sponsor the 2nd Annual Sporting Clays Classic hosted by UM Shore Regional Health. This is a great opportunity to support the Wellness for Women program at the Comprehensive Breast Center at. UM Shore Regional Health. This is a fantastic event that was attended by several TRGC members last year and undoubtedly for years to come. Since the club will be closed for a registered skeet shoot that weekend you have no excuses not to attend; click the picture below to register.
And hey, take some pictures and keep your scores, maybe we'll put them up here for ya!
Congratulations Mike Stasio! 2015 Bay Country Open HOA Winner 395x400
"Hot" was the word of the weekend as Talbot Rod and Gun Club hosted
the 43rd Annual Bay Country Open with temperatures in the 90's and humidity on
the minds-and brows-of the 51 shooters from Maryland, Virginia, Delaware,
Pennsylvania and New Jersey as they vied for top honors. Friday afternoon saw
stiff competition in the doubles event with Adam Linetty of Mt. Carmel, PA
taking top honors dropping only 2 birds on the day. Saturday morning brought
more heat and humidity and little breeze to relieve as shooters squared off.
The radar was on the mind of shooters and shoot organizers alike as remnants of
tropical storm Bill pushed their way across the bay. The weather would hold as
four shooters would break a perfect 100 in the 12 gauge event. Jeff Fleischut,
Ben Galioto, Michael Stasio and Alessandro Vitale would have to shoot-off for
top honors following the afternoon’s 20 gauge event.
Skies darkened briefly but
the weather during the afternoon as competitors partook in the 20 gage event.
Many great scores were posted but it would be Michael Stasio of Wilmington, DE
who would post the sole 100 straight birds and take gun champ. Upon conclusion
of the regular events shoot-offs ensued and it would be Alessandro Vitale or
Glen Arm, MD who would take top honors in the 12 gauge. Shooters staff and
guest were treated to a fine steak dinner on the grounds of the club prepared
by members of the same,
On Sunday morning the
breeze picked up making for two challenging sub-gauge events. In the morning it
would again be Adam Linetty who reigned supreme posting the sole straight round
in the 28 gauge event. The .410 bore event would prove to be an extra challenge
to all shooters; the event being tricky enough with the reduced payload would
be made even more challenging with the dancing targets as evidenced by the lack
on a single hundred straight score. As the third flight went out it was down to
the wire with the potential of a 100 straight and a shoot-off for HOA. One
target however proved elusive for Alessandro Vitale who would shoot a 99
thereby securing the .410 gun champ but giving Mike Stasio the one bird margin
he would need to secure victory.
43rd Annual Bay Country Open
June 19-21, 2015
Please note that the club will closed to regular activity during this registered shoot.
We are absolutely tickled to announce that TRGC's own Alan Whiting is this year's Ginny Badewitz Memorial HOA champion! In a field of nearly 60 shooters Alan took top honors with the sole high score of a near perfect 199x200. This win is extra-special for Alan who's championship also came on the day he broke his first 100 straight! Congratulations Alan! Alessandro Vitale 199x200 Mark Gay 196x200 Michael Barnett 196x200 Mike Stasio 200x200
Congratulations to Bill Teti who won the Bay Country Open with a score of 393 out of 400!
Congratulations to Bill Teti of Landenberg, PA the 2014 Bay Country Open HOA Champion!
Congratulations to gun champs:
Larry Seward – Doubles
Jaime Loyola – 12 Gauge
Mark Gay – 20 Gauge
Andrew Engel – 28 Gauge
Buttons Matthews - .410 Bore
The Winners of the CCA Shoot - Butch Chambers, Tate Chambers, and Paul Bergere being awarded the trophy by our Club President Joe Cap. We would like to thank our sponor - Olive Garden for a wonderful lunch.