It's our annual Habitat for Humanity Turkey Shoot and Skeet Shoot. I do the scoring, youngest grandson will be a target runner. He gets to shoot for his work. Have 10 stations for the scatter cards and a tower with thrower for the clays. Set up on a 40 acre field at a Goat and sheep farm. Set it up yesterday, Leroy mowed it and should have bailed it but was to wet. Will have dogs, brats, burgers, chili, drinks at the concession trailer. Also this year have Turkeys, Bacon, and Hams along with 50/50 rounds and gift cards donaited by local businesses. Also sell chances on Pot shot cards for Turkeys @ .50 and $1 for 50/50, most of these were pre-sold and don't have to be present to win. Will try and remember to take Pics and post tonight. Its raining right now but supposed to slack off by 10 AM kickoff time today and be nice tomorrow. Didn't have any problems getting shells this year, 410, 20, 16 and 12ga. If anyone brings a 10 have to furnish their own ammo. No one has ever won with a 10...lol Any gun is OK....even the Goose guns with Artillary barrels, they don't do well either. The county surveyor, Greg and his family, who is an avid scatter gun shooter always carts off a load of gobblers but also drops around $300 for the 4-5 of them. I'll shoot if there is a short relay. Of course someone else has to score the cards then. More than 1 target with the center punched is a shootoff. Have gone as many as 3 rounds of shootoff. We furnish the shells, all have to shoot the same ammo for the Turkey shoot. For the clays they can shoot their own ammo, or use ours for a fee.