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The OSATA Directors in the Eastern Zone have selected Hermiston Gun Club as the host club for the inaugural Oregon Eastern Zone ATA Championships. The 400 target program will be held on Saturday, April 20 and will feature the 200 target Singles Championship, 100 Magnum-eligible Handicap targets and 100 Doubles. As of this writing, the OSATA Magnums are over $4000.00.
The five highest zone-resident finishers in the Singles Championship who are present at the 2019 State Shoot at Medford will compete against Zone teams from the Northern and Southern Zones for the coveted Zone Team Championship trophies.
There is only ever one first. Don’t miss it!! To see the program click here.





In order to make the successful ATA Big 50 Buckle program available to more shooters in Southwestern Oregon, the Medford Gun Club is expanding the 2019 program to include sixteen scheduled Tuesdays and fourteen scheduled Sundays. The 2019 Big 50 Buckle program starts on Tuesday, April 16 and ends on Sunday, August 4. At season’s end, the shooter with the highest same-day singles/handicap total score will add the coveted Medford Big 50 buckle to his or her collection. To see the 2019 program schedule and rules, click here.





Medford Gun Club has been selected by the OSATA Board of Directors to host three major ATA competitions in target year 2019.
On April 13 and 14 the Oregon ATA Southern Zone Championships will be contested, featuring 200 Singles, 200 Handicap and 100 Doubles targets. The results of the Singles Championship will determine which Oregon Southern Zone residents will represent their Zone in the Zone Team competition at the 2019 State Shoot in early June. For the second year in a row, the trophies at this annual event will cash awards.
For the complete program, click here.
May 31, June 1 and 2 will see shooters from Oregon and surrounding states competing for over 300 resident and non-resident trophies and All-American recognition at the 91st ATA Oregon State Shoot. We will continue to feature silver and gold in the trophy package which is one of the richest per-capita in the country. All-American points will be awarded to the top three places in each of eight special categories and will be available to both resident and non-resident shooters. If you’ve put Oregon’s State Shoot on your bucket list, 2019 would be a great year to cross it off. Medford is served by a major regional airport and has a cornucopia of restaurants and local attractions to please all family members.

For the 2019 State Shoot program, click here.

In late June Medford Gun Club will again host the ATA Western Zone Championships along with a handful of other clubs around the western states. This is a concurrent Zone competition hosted at multiple locations connected by the internet to give as many shooters as possible the opportunity to win Grand American quality trophies and All-American points while keeping the travel and lodging costs to a minimum. The new dates (June 28, 29 and 30) were approved by the ATA State Delegates of the Western Zone to resolve long-standing conflicts with other trapshooting competitions in late July and early August. In 2019 this program will award trophies in all events at the local club level as well as the plethora of trophies awarded by the ATA and the Western Zone. If you’ve not attended an ATA Zone Championship before, this would be the year. Plenty of RV spaces, great parking, tons of motels and restaurants and the best quality targets you’ll see anywhere. For the complete program, click here.