Welcome to the new website for the Auckland Metropolitan Clay Target Club Inc
All visitors are to follow instruction(s) of the Duty Manager, without question, where safety related issues are apparent. Failure to comply with Duty Manager requests will result in that individual(s) being asked to leave the grounds. Any such incident will be reported to the Committee for further investigation.
Sporting Shotguns only – no” tactical shotguns”
No assembled guns are allowed in the clubhouse
All Shotguns are to carried open and unloaded as visitors move about the grounds, with barrels pointed in a safe direction.
All Semi-automatics are to be carried unloaded with the action open, with the barrel pointed in a safe direction. When on the mark no more than two shells can be loaded into a semi-automatic at one time and must be fully unloaded between turns.
No slings are permitted.
Only lead shot, sizes 7 and higher (8 & 9) are permitted.
Only shotguns are permitted to be used in the appropriate locations on the grounds.
No other firearms are to be discharged on the grounds.
It is the AMCTC expectation your equipment will be in good condition, safe to use and reliable.
When not in use it is the owner’s responsibility to secure firearms and ammunition in vehicles.
You may not handle another shotgun without the permission of the owner.
Attire – it is the expectation of the club that clothing is appropriate and will not have offensive wording displayed and footwear must of a type that is fully covered in – no jandals, sandals, etc.
Visitors are strictly forbidden to shoot at any live game on the grounds.
Eye and ear protection is to be worn while shooting, refereeing and scoring.
No visitor may continue to shoot after consuming any quantity of alcohol or be under the impairment of other substances which may include prescribed medicines.
Should anyone need to move forward of the mark or when a trap is being repaired/reloaded, all guns must be unloaded prior to and remain unloaded which may include others from surrounding fields.
Unlicensed shooters are only to shoot under the supervision of licenced shooters.
All users are to ensure that all empty shells are placed in the receptacles provided.
Clay target packaging and empty shell boxed to be placed in bins provided.
Shotguns can only be loaded when you are on “the mark” IE: your turn to shoot
When on the mark barrels must be pointed forward at all times
You must unload before you turn to leave the mark
All shotguns must remain fully unloaded between turns
5 STAND, DTL, BALL TRAP, TRENCH, DOUBLE TRAP, MINIS
Break type shotguns may be loaded but remain open on the mark until it’s your turn to shoot then the shotgun may be closed and fired
Semi-automatics can only be loaded (2 shells) when it’s your turn to shoot and must be fully unloaded immediately after shooting
When moving from mark 5 to mark 1 all shotguns are to be fully unloaded prior to leaving mark 5
These protocols may be amended without notice it is the visitors responsibility to be aware of the ground rules
By entering the grounds you accept these protocols and further you enter at your own risk
Last updated 28.06.19
37 Gun Club Road, PukekoheAuckland 2676E: firstname.lastname@example.orgE: email@example.comP: 092386408 PH Attended 9am - 4pm on Sunday club days
Practice: 1st and 3rd Saturday of each month.
Club days: 1st and 3rd Sunday of each month.
Other practice and competitions as and when required