Club Type: Public
Location: 690 Richey Lane West Point, KY 40177
Phone: (502) 922-4457
ClayTargetsOnline is not part of any club listed on the site. Nothing that you write here can be passed on to the club via email. If you have a message for the club, please call them on the phone.
You must fill out all the information. No reviews will be posted until reviewed by the webmaster. Your relationship to the facility will be posted. It is fine for someone affiliated to post a review of their own facility, but everyone needs to know if it is the owner or manager posting the review.
Critical but well reasoned and honest reviews will be posted in addition to positive reviews.
No rants or tirades will be posted. It is fine to post a critical review, but no negative reviews will be posted without your First and Last name and a valid email so I can check it out if necessary. If you can't identify yourself then I cannot post your review. Better yet, if you have a problem with the club, please give them a chance to solve it before posting a negative review here.
Anonymous reviews will not be posted. Sign your real name. Your email address must be valid. This site is not intended to be an open forum. I will post, or not post any review submitted as I see fit.
Your email address will not be posted with the review. I will use your email address to contact you only if I need to edit your review in any significant way before posting it, or to confirm your identity.
Number of visits: 2-5 Visits
This is a good shooting club, but more for rifles and pistols. They host the biggest machine gun shoot in the US, after all. I’ve gone down there to practice with my 30-30 but the clay throwers are just tucked off to the side and kind of pointless considering how many good clays clubs are a short drive away.
Number of visits: More than 10
Not the best place to shoot clays. They have two spring type throwers on their 300 yard line, but you have to contend with all types of semi-auto, full-auto and everything in between right next to you. Additionally, you have to stand 20 feet in front of the main firing line, and off to the left which doesn’t make one feel very comfortable.