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Trap: Five stations with five shots at each station shot from a regulation field.

Skeet: Eight stations with a total of 25 shot from a regulation field.

Sporting clays: A 50 or 100 bird event with targets presented in a manner to simulate field conditions. Stations are typically spread over a large area and the target challenge possibilities are endless.

Whiz-bang: The Whiz-Bang event consist of targets shot in fifty bird increments from five shooting stands with shooters rotating from each stand after a series of five true pairs. The game offers several different skill levels and utilizes six to eight automatic trap machines to simulate game birds.

What to bring to the range

  • Shotgun if you have one (club may have one to use during practice or to loan for events)
  • Shotgun shells -- recommend 1 oz loads -- typically 12 or 20 gauge
  • Eye protection
  • Ear protection
  • Ice chest with water bottles or other drinks
  • Sunscreen
  • Bug Repellent
  • Chairs for mom and dad
  • Money for rounds (check with shotgun coach before practice for cost per round)