Find a qualified measurer near you... MSMBBC Measurer List, by County
How to become a Missouri Show-Me Big Bucks Club measurer...
We are always open to Missourians interested in becoming MSMBBC measurers. If you are interested in becoming a measurer, here are some guidelines for you to consider...
- Measuring is a volunteer, public service. Measurers do not get paid for these services
- Measurers are strongly encouraged to play an active role in the club, and are asked to work (measure) at various measuring events in your region and / or around the State
- Measurers are responsible for keeping abreast of current Boone & Crockett club measuring rules, and for following ethical practices outlined by MSMBBC
MSMBBC currently offers two methods for qualifying as an official measurer for the club:
Contact an official Boone & Crockett or Pope & Young Club measurer regarding assisting with his/her efforts (see MSMBBC Measurer’s List on this site). You will work with, and assist the official measurer in measuring trophies at various measuring events and/or in his/her local. This process will continue until such time as the official measurer is confident that you are a competent measurer, and are qualified to measure for the club. At that time, he/she will submit a letter of recommendation to the MSMBBC Coordinating Officer, and you will subsequently be issued a measurer's ID and information packet.
As regional and/or county demands indicate a need for measurers, we will advertise and offer regional training sessions to qualify new measurers. Please monitor this website for upcoming training sessions near you!