iZone 4 Master Program


    2017 iZone 4 Master - Program in PDF Format - Click HERE

    2017 iZone 4 Handicap Table


iZone 4 Site Specific Programs


    AL - Fort Rucker Skeet Club - Program in PDF Format - Click HERE

    FL - Jacksonville Clay Target Center - Program in PDF Format - Click HERE

    GA - South River Gun Club - Program in PDF Format - Click HERE

    NC - Fort Bragg Clay Target Center - Program in PDF Format - Click HERE

    PR - Guayama, PR - Program in PDF Format - Click HERE

    TN - Eagle Skeet Club - Program in PDF Format - Click HERE

    TN - Memphis Sport Shooting Assn - Program in PDF Format - Click HERE


Shoot Management and Shoot-offs



1) The Championship will have a HOST Club that the entire shoot will be reported under. iShoot for Zone 4 will report the scores and results for the HOST Club to NSSA.

2) Clubs will use the current version of Skeet Manager program (www.skeetsoftware.com). If your club has issues with your install contact Clark Hartness.

3) Clubs will have an administrative login at: http://ishoot.zone4skeet.info/ishoot to upload data, track scores, and shoot-off management.

4) Clubs will have access to a financial form at: http://ishoot.zone4skeet.info/ishoot recapping the amount that should be rendered to iShoot for Zone 4. iShoot for Zone 4 will distribute these funds to NSSA, iShoot for Zone 4, and winners.

5) Clubs will pay any incurred costs out of the club portion of the shoot proceeds and retain any remaining proceeds as profit.

6) Champion, Runner-Up, 3rd, Class and Option Shoot-offs

iShoot for Zone 4 will shoot-off Champion, Runner-Up, 3rd, Class 1st, Class 2nd, and Class 3rd at all shoots to benefit Zone 4 Shooters with the most points available.
Concurrent Champion ties will be shoot-off. Runner-Up, 3rd Class 1-1, and Class 1-2 ties will typically be broken concurrently with class shoot-offs or by long-run.
Any shoot-offs that are missed or not otherwise broken will be broken by long-run.
Shooters who are involved in shoot-offs should report to the shoot-off field at the club with two boxes of shells and some proofs.
Shooters will shoot doubles on 3-4-5, NSSA Rules, until they complete two boxes or until 2 misses.
Clubs will post shoot-off long-runs at: http://ishoot.zone4skeet.info/ishoot/
If ties still exist after the first box the procedure will be repeated until all ties are broken statewide and posted at http://ishoot.zone4skeet.info/ishoot/

7) HOA Handicap and Doubles Handicap Shoot-offs

Shooters who are involved in shoot-offs should report to the shoot-off field at the club with one box of shells and some proofs.
Shooters will shoot doubles on 3-4-5, NSSA Rules, until they complete the box or until they have exhausted all their misses. As an example a B Class shooter has 2 misses so they shoot-off until they have missed 3 times.
Clubs will post shoot-off long-runs at: http://ishoot.zone4skeet.info/ishoot/
If ties still exist after the first box the procedure will be repeated until all ties are broken statewide and posted at http://ishoot.zone4skeet.info/ishoot/
These shoot-offs will determine a single winner.

8) Clubs will provide copies of shoot-off scoresheets either physical or electronic to iShoot for Zone 4 for review in the event of questions by shooters attending the IMS200 shoot.


General Information


Shoot management reserves the right to adjust flight times according to shooter turnout.
When practical shoot management will hold sub-event shootoffs during lunch and other breaks to expedite the shoot.
Maintained by ZoneVI