Grandmother, Mother, and Daughter shooting clay targets

TRAP

Trapshooting is a game of movement, action and split-second timing. It requires the accuracy and skill to repeatedly aim, fire and break the 4 1/4 inch discs which are hurled through the air.

•  Shooters point at targets traveling away

•  Fire 5 shots from each of 5 stations

•  Targets fly 35-45 mph at a predictable height but at unknown angles

•  Total of 25 shots per round

•  Minimum age is 9, with parent supervision

SKEET

Skeet is a game of angles and mathematical formulas involving time, speed and distance, which can be used to determine the distance ahead of each target to shoot.

•  Clay targets cross from side to side across a semi-circle array of shooting positions

•  Clay targets are thrown from a high house and a low house causing a difference in heights

•  A round of skeet includes both single and double target presentations

•  Shooters move through various shooting positions to complete a round

•  Total of 25 shots per round

•  Minimum age is 9, with parent supervision

SPORTING CLAYS

Often described as “golf for shotguns,” sporting clays offers the closest approximation to an in-the-field hunting experience.

•  Scenic stations with clay targets that fly in all directions

•  One station might send one clay bird straight up and another rolling across the ground

•  The next station might present one clay travelling away and the next headed toward the shooter

•  Targets are thrown in combinations of singles, pairs, and occasionally triples, with generally 6 to 10 clays thrown per station.

•  Minimum age is 9, with parent supervision

HOLIDAY HOURS

CLOSED: Sun, Dec 24th

OPEN two additional days:
  • Wed, Dec 28th, 9am-5pm
  • Thu, Jan 3rd, 9am-5pm
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