Equipment needed for Skeet.

A shotgun of any gauge capable of firing 2 rounds without reloading.  A Skeet choke is ideal, but IC or Cylinder will work.  We will loan you a 12 or 20 gauge gun if you do not have one.

Bring #8 or #9 shells. A round of skeet consist of 25 birds, so we suggest several boxes.

Eye and ear protection.

A shell bag.  (we have loaners).

We encourage new shooters and will provide coaching.  Scheduled Skeet times are Saturdays and Sundays at 1:00 PM.  Scheduled Trap times are Tuesdays and Thursdays at 1:00 PM.  The fields can be opened for small groups at other times with pre-arrangement.

All are welcome at the scheduled times.  If you are a new shooter, please allow a few minutes ahead of time for a safety briefing and orientation.

I will be happy to meet new shooters by appointment if you prefer not to join the group for your 1st outing.

E-mail shotgun@ccscar.com to schedule.  There is a charge of $3.00 per round (25 birds) to cover the cost of the birds.

TRAP

SKEET

EQUIPMENT NEEDED FOR TRAP.

A shotgun.  12 gauge is the most common, but others may be used.  A Full Choke is best, but a Modified Choke works.  We will loan you a 12 or 20 gauge gun if you do not have one.

Bring #71/2 or #8 shells.  A round of Trap consist of 25 birds, so we suggest several boxes.

Eye and Ear protection.

A shell bag (we have loaners).

Patterning Board

USE LEAD SHOT ONLY

NO SLUGS.  Slugs will damage the Board.  No shot larger than #2.

Stand no closer than 15 yards.  Beware of ricochet.

We suggest a fresh coat of white spray paint to help see your pattern.

Please read and understand the CCSC Shotgun Range rules before using the Shotgun Range.  Click on the "RULES" tab and scroll down to "Shotgun Rules".