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Trap & Skeet


ATA Trap

Trap shooting arrived here from England in the late 1800s. It is the oldest and perhaps the most shooter-friendly of the clay target sports.

It remains very popular in all sections of the country and has been the iconic shooting sport for both recreational and competitive shooters for well over a century.

All targets are outgoing and are shot at medium-long distances.

The Trap Range is a very good place to learn fundamental shotgunning skills and we use it quite often with new shooters as well as pheasant hunters.

Trap Field

NSSA Skeet

 

Skeet is a very popular sport developed in Massachusetts in the 1920s to provide off-season shooting practice for bird hunters.

Competitive events are also popular and shooters use their 12 gauges, 20s, 28s and even the little .410 to break these close, fast moving clays.

The targets are launched in a set pattern from two skeet houses located at the left and right sides of the Skeet Field.

Skeet is sometimes used as a warm up for Sporting Clays, and because it is a friendly, social game it can be enjoyed with friends and family.

We teach Skeet quite often and can guarantee improvement in your shooting performance.

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