Trap & Skeet

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Rates

Rates are $4 for members and $6 for non members.
There are shells for sale at the range at $8 a box. Pal required Limit 2 boxes a person.

Hours of Operation

Open Every Sunday from 10am to around 2pm.
We will run until October 1st

Trap & Skeet fields are open every Sunday from first of May to end of September (weather permitting).
All are welcome to come out and participate, or just watch. This is a Family sport for Fathers, Mothers, Daughters and Sons!
Facilities: 2 Skeet ranges (shared with #1 and #2 Trap)


Trap Ranges

Trap 1 is a Beo Mat Wobble Machine, Capable of Singles, Doubles, or Wobble thrown Clay Birds. Voice activated throwers.
Trap 2 is a Pat Trap Machine, Capable of Singles, or Double thrown Clay Birds. Voice-activated throwers.
Trap 3 is presently under construction.

5 Stations, 16 yards to 27 yards for handicap shooters.
Trap Clay Birds are thrown away from the participant in an Oscillating Fan Pattern.

We have one fully operational 8 Station Skeet Range.
• Stations 1, 2, 6, & 7 are Singles thrown separately from each of High House and Low House. Followed by a pair of Doubles, released at same time to be shot simultaneously.

• Stations 3, 4, 5, and 8 are singles from each of High House and Low House thrown separately.


A round of Trap is 25 rounds of clay targets / birds thrown from a concealed machine in front of the shooter, at 5 stations; 1 – 5. Each participant shoots one round 5 times in there respective order at each position located on a semi circular walkway behind a small trap house. The clay target is thrown out from the trap house flying away from the shooter at unknown varying angles. When 5 shells are shot at each position all shooters rotate to the next station with unloaded gun, walking behind other shooters. This continues at next position until all 5 stations have been completed, for a total of 25 clay birds / targets.
Doubles is 2 clay discs released at the same time 10 per station. Same format as singles except the shooter shoots 50 birds versus 25.
Handicap: the shooter stands anywhere from the 19 to 27 yards behind the trap, in a semi circular walkway behind a small trap house.

Skeet is clay discs / targets thrown in the air at high speed from a variety of angles. Thrown Skeet Clay Birds criss cross the field from High House to Low House. The shooter shoots from 7 positions on a semi-circle with a radius of 21 yards (19m), and an 8th position halfway between stations 1 & 7.
High house at one corner of semi circle and low house at the other end. High house launches 10 feet above ground and soars to 15 feet in height, and the low house launches 3 feet above the ground and also soars to 15 feet high.

A round of clay discs / targets is 25, with one gun malfunction and one defective shell allowed, for total of 27.


Junior Trap & Skeet Program

Offered to all members whose daughter or son is under 18 years of age attending school. Please inquiry at range for further details.


Rules

Whether Trap or Skeet, all guns are to be empty when not in use or moving from Station to Station.

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