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What do you charge to shoot Annie's and buddy's?

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  1. Bill Roberts

    Bill Roberts Active Member

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    What do you charge to shoot Annie

    Subject: What do you charge to shoot Annie's and buddy's?
    And what is your payback and where is your club? Gathering info
    for the Fall.
    We charge $5. and payback $12.

    Thx Bill
    Washington State
     
  2. deercreek

    deercreek Well-Known Member

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    How can you know that you will pay back 12.00 on an Annie or otherwise known as a Killer also....the payback on those usually depends on the amount of targets shot at and what the Club charges per target thrown in the games. I am not trying to be rude, but this is a tough question to answer. It all depends on targets thrown and how much has been set up to be paid back in the protection or buddy shoots.
     
  3. Bill Roberts

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    That doesn't matter at our club or the ones around us in WA State.
    Payback is set. How many places is the only thing that changes at our
    shoots.

    And that's not rude.

    Thx Bill
     
  4. Selka

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    Albany Gun Club - Albany Or.

    We charge 3.00 per game. Payout is 1 pay per 3 shooters.

    Payout is computed as -
    Pot = 3.00 X Number shooters Minus (Number targets X 0.14)
    divided (number shooters divided by 3 rounded up)


    Best club I can find!!!

    We give one buyback.

    shooters that have not bought-back receive 1.00 extra.
     
  5. Bill Roberts

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    Selka,
    Sounds like a job.

    Thx Bill
     
  6. short shucker

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    Selka,

    That's exactly the way it should be done. Very fair for everyone involved.

    Bill,

    If you can't mutiply the number of targets thrown (keep track on the line-up sheet) X price per target, then subtract that figure from the pot (number of shooters x entry fee). You may want to try and do something else. It takes all of 30 seconds to figure each shoot with a calculator, 45 seconds if you have to do it longhand.

    ss
     
  7. 4EVRYOUNG

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    At my small one house club I charge 2.50 that includes a buy back number of shooters x 2.50 is the pot .15 per target thrown I normally pay one place only.
    Central Nebraska is my location.
     
  8. Macdaddy

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    $3.00 per entry for our Annie Oakleys.

    Pay one person for every 7 who enter that game.

    1-7 is a one person pay

    8-14 is two person pay

    15-21 is three person pay

    22-28 is four person pay

    29-+++++ is five person pay maximum

    We charge $0.25 for every target thrown during the game to the gun club.

    Winners split the remaining money.

    Example:

    18 people enter an annie oakley. (18 X $3.00 = $54.00 in pot)

    During course of the game, lets say that 44 targets are shot.

    (44 X $0.25 = 11.00) in targets paid to the club

    $54.00 pot money minus $11.00 targets = $43.00 split between 3 Winners $14.00 EA

    Any odd change can be paid to club or to the trap kid tip jar.

    This seems to work out wonderfully and reward the winners well.

    We also have a mandatory $1.00 donation from the winners of every game towards

    The trap kid tip jar.

    Also, Don't ring in the entry money into the register for each game.

    Use the cash box as a "holding place for your pot money" until the target count

    is made and then only ring in actual targets shot at ($11.00).

    We shoot 95% of our games at 34 yard line or back farther
     
  9. Dave P

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    One of my clubs has a $5.00 first and $2.00 second in a 5 and 2 10 bird. Sometimes we go in the hole when we have an extended shoot off. But that's factored in. Strictly volunteers and plenty of young people with strong backs.
    $3.25 per person
     
  10. Bill Roberts

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    Thanks guys.
     
  11. Dr.Longshot

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    Buddy shoot pay outs.

    Our club charges $3.00 per ticket $6.00 per team 5 teams pays pays back 4 tickets for 1st place and 2 tickets for 2nd place

    10s shoot off for 1st place 9s shoot off for 2nd place.

    Annies are paid by club getting .25 cents per taget $3.00 per shooter
    balance to 1 winner.


    Gary Bryant
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  12. Rick in Ohio

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    If your in to that kind of shooting it all about having fun with your shooting friends and not the little bit of money you get back from it.
     
  13. Eric Mirosavich

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    Oakleys. $3/man. 1/3 of the money going back to the club for birds regardless of how many targets we shoot.

    Pittsburgh, PA
     
  14. motordoctor

    motordoctor Shoji Tabuchi in Branson

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    albany gun club is one of the nicest places I have every been to. The people are great, the games are tough and the way the club runs the shoot is fantastic. everyone gets a number when you enter the club. No waiting to take names when you shoot or who your buddy is., They take the numbers as you stand on the line. It is fast and easy. Whenever I get to oregon I go with my friend packman and spend the afternoon shooting. Wish I lived closer but is is a long drive for a wednesday afternoon of shooting motordoc
     
  15. cubancigar2000

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    I run a club ( Melba GC) that only shoots games. We charge $4 per man and pay a $9 meat prize or cash for every 5 shooters. If we only have 19 shooters we usually bump it up to 5 payouts as if we had 20. This is pretty standard around southern Idaho
     
  16. TEXASZEPHYR

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    We shoot in north tx.5.00$ entry includes 2 buy backs. house gets 40% shooter gets 60%. last standing 2 sometimes split. quite often as many as 20 on the line at once. We shoot them wide and as fast as they will go without breaking the target off yhe arm. usually get a chance for 5 shots per target. You wanna win, don't miss your call bird.

    Bob
     
  17. Dr.Longshot

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    I likie that kind of shoot TEXASZEPHYR wish they would do them around here.

    GB
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  18. yakimaman

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    Gary, PM me will ya and explain this to me (the Texas one)

    Rich
     
  19. TC1100SMOKE

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    Bill,
    What your club is charging and paying back seems reasonable.
     
  20. berta686

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    in ky 3.00 per game 60-40 pay back 60 to the shooter 40 -to the club
     
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