Trap

On range, eye & ear protection is required at all times by both participants & observers.

When & Where

T (trap range)

Every Tuesday all year long, unless weather is quite inclement

Registration: Anytime from 1:00 p.m.
Shooting:  Anytime until 7:00 p.m. or later if people are still shooting
Duration: 1 hour to all afternoon, it’s up to you!

Also mid-month Saturdays, 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. – see Description box below

Range Map

What to Bring

Eye protection
Ear protection
Shotgun
Shells per round = 25, you decide how many rounds
Shooting vest

Fee: $4 per round

Juniors shoot free the first round and $2 the second; they must shoot two rounds.  Juniors must also be accompanied by an adult.

Chairman: Ted Wallace

My grandfather taught me how to shoot rifle when I was about 6 years old.  Growing up I began to hunt with him, and along the way, he bought me a double-barrel shotgun.  We enjoyed many hours in the field.

After I married my bride Gale, we began to shoot clay targets off hand traps, and later we advanced to league and registered target shooting.  We have enjoyed many years shooting together and made many, many great friends.  We have enjoyed helping new shooters get started, and my wife’s cooking keeps them coming back.

Trap shooting!!!!  It’s an event young and old can enjoy.  It is always a great feeling to see those clays turn to dust.  Come out and join us every Tuesday anytime from 1:00 – 7:00 p.m.  Looking forward to seeing you!

Description

Money/Shell Shoots

Saturdays below, 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Sept 16 & 30
Oct 21 & 28
Nov 11 & 18
Dec 16 & 23

  • $15.00 (50  16-yard targets)
  • Lewis:  3 Classes/2 Monies (60/40) (tie divides)

2 boxes shells (1 prize per 6 shooters, ties broken by reverse run)
Shoot as many times as you want!

Tuesdays we also shoot for shells – Do You Feel Lucky?!
Cost is $5, 1 box win for every 5 shooters, done by drawing.  It doesn’t matter if you hit none or all, if your number is drawn, you win.

Scoring

It’s very simple: any hit is a hit, a miss is a miss.  A shatter may be more satisfying than a nick, but they count the same.

On Tuesdays, keeping score really depends on whether you want to do it for yourself or not.

On Saturdays, we keep track of scores a little more formally.