Teams consisted of up to five shooters, and this year 32-teams competed.
Now this isn't your typical clay shoot.
Organizers compare it to golf with shotguns.
Shooters compete at twelve different stations, each consisting of a different challenge.
Now aside from the initial cost to compete, people also had the opportunity to to bid on items such as guns and lockboxes, as well as a duck hunting trip in louisiana.
The procedes help kids like Kyle Drott from Whitehouse, who finished his cancer treatment three years ago, and now donates his time to give back to Make-A-Wish.