Varney’s Clay Sports


Facilities
Skeet: yes | Trap: no | 5 Stand: no | Sporting: yes | FITASC: no | Other: yes | Birds: no
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Directions:
From Interstate 295: Take Exit 43 (formerly exit 26)Richmond Go West on Rt. 197 1.3 miles to Rt. 201. Turn right on Rt 201, travel 1 mile. Turn right on Langdon Road, travel 1 mile. Varney's shooting facility entrance is on the right at the crest of the hill.


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Club Type: Public
Contact: Brad Varney
Location: 520 Langdon Road  Richmond, ME 04357
Phone: 207-737-4993
Website: http://www.varneysclaysports.com/
Club Hours:
We are open the second Sunday of every month to the general public, and Thursday evenings April through September. Everything else is by appointment. We are open 12 months out of the year. Call for appointment.

 

6 Reviews

  1. Relationship to facility: Visitor
    Number of visits: Once

    My son, grandson and I enjoyed a great afternoon shooting clays at Varney’s while Brad filled the air with clay and stories of his numerous hunting adventures. Brad and his wife showed great hospitality while sharing their sport and creating good memories for us.

  2. Relationship to facility: Member
    Number of visits: More than 10

    It is always a red-letter day when I can visit Brad, Allyce,the lovely dogs Rocky and Moony.All great friends, all made with a perfection for what they are,.Unforgettable days on cool breezy sunny days, guns cracking,gunsmoke rising in my face. Thank you for such lovely memories.

  3. Relationship to facility: Visitor
    Number of visits: 2-5 Visits

    We had a great time. The Varney’s are wonderful folks !! We can not wait to visit and have fun next month !!

  4. Relationship to facility: Visitor
    Number of visits: More than 10

    Love this place! Brad, Alyss, and ever-present doggy ambassador Rocky really go out of their way to give everyone a great and memorable experience. Varney’s has a modern skeet field (only one in Maine as far as I know) set up, in addition to regular skeet, and a wooded sporting clays course with a tower shot, multiple rabbit stations, midi and mini targets, and a specially-designed “gravity bunny” (you have to go there to see/shoot it, I can’t really explain it here!). The sporting clay course normally runs once a month on the second Sunday, although there are a variety of competitions in both clays and skeet that are held throughout the year.

    Varney’s is just a great place to spend a few weekend hours. Everyone there is incredibly friendly, and whether it’s shooting a few rounds of skeet, going out on the clays course, or sitting around the wood stove with coffee and cookies after a mid-January skeet excursion in single digit temps, you’ll want to come back here.

  5. Relationship to facility: Visitor
    Number of visits: 2-5 Visits

    I have taken a lesson from Brad, and plan to take more as time permits. That single lesson has improved my clay shooting by several birds! I have shot sporting clays several time last summer and fall, by myself and with my 15-year old son, and we have always had fun. the trappers and other guests are always friendly, and I plan to do more shooting there this coming spring (if it ever stops snow up here in Maine!)

  6. Relationship to facility: Owner
    Number of visits: More than 10

    I am semi-retired, but my priority now is shooting lessons. I have been doing this for over forty years. I give a 100% money back guarantee if customers are not satisfied. Most of my students are hunters but, I do work with competitive shooters on improving their game. I believe I can help anybody become a better wing shooter. They have nothing to lose and everything to gain. I ask them to call me for more information. If they have a dog, and he could talk, he would say to take a lesson with Brad.


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