Down The Line Trap Shotgun – Known in shooter’s parlance as DTL this event entails aparticipant shooting at a moving target that is flying away from the shooter. Launched from a machine 16 metres in front of the shooter’s position, the clay target travels at 35mph and drops after approximately 50 metres of flight.
Advanced shooters may ask for scoring to European DTL rules or ATA trap rules.
Sporting Clays Shotgun – Shoot moving clay targets that may be launched from any one of 17 machines including Rabbit and Teal launchers which simulate the run of a rabbit or the rocketing flight of the teal duck.
Advanced shooters may ask for a flush to be run, an exciting event that mimics driven game birds and real hunting. Alternatively, lessons can be conducted to strict FITASC or CPSA English Sporting rules.
Trap, Double Trap & Skeet - Shoot Moving clay targets and learn an Olympic discipline. This family of events is the principle Olympic event for the world’s shotgun shooters. The disciplines require physical strength, mental fortitude and humility. The targets are blazing fast and thrown as far as 80 metres, global average scores are high. Shooters strive for perfect scores on exceptionally difficult targets. Defined as easy to shoot, but tough to shoot well, expect single digit scores when you first start.