The Super Shoot is the World Series of Benchrest Shooting. More than 300 participants from the United States, Europe, Asia, and Africa compete in this event that is hosted by the Kelbly Family of Ohio. Participants of the Super Shoot strive for the clean hole. A clean hole is five or ten rifle shots buried in exactly the same spot on the target. Even though participants of the Super Shoot strive for the clean hole, in its 54 years of existence the National Bench Rest Shooters Association has never certified a clean hole. It's a quest, as the benchrest shooters always say. Flags and windgauges allow participants of the Super Shoot to understand the patterns of the wind. When the breeze drops participants will fire their shots.