Trap shooting is one of the three major forms of competitive clay pigeon shooting. The others are Skeet shooting and sporting clays. It has been a sport since at least 1793 when it used real birds, usually the Passenger Pigeon, which was extremely abundant at the time. Fake birds were introduced around the time of the American Civil War as the Passenger Pigeon was nearing extinction and sufficient numbers were not reliably available. Clay targets were introduced in the 1880s. Read more from Wikipedia here: Trap Shooting
Information and Rules
Prices include $4 for 25 clays and $5 for a box of shot shells (We stock 12 gauge and some 20 gauge)
Our competitions are often based on Annie Oakley but we do play the other styles of trap shooting.