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Standard Trap

Olympic International Shooting Skeet Field

Standard Trap is the most basic of all trap disciplines. Players shoot at targets moving away from you at perdictable angles. The horizontal direction is randomized with a maximum angle of 22 degrees measured from a line from the trap to the middle station. The height at which the targets are thrown is constant. The distance is constant at 50 yards.

Handicap Trap
The shooter stands further back than 16 yards – but no longer than 27 yards. The ATA reviews handicap yardage for shooters every 1,000 targets as part of their handicap system.

How to Play

“The most basic of all the trap disciplines. Standard targets are thrown as singles. The horizontal direction is randomized with a maximum angle of 22 degrees measured from a line from the trap to the middle station. The height at which the targets are thrown is constant. The distance is constant at 50 yards. A squad of five shoot in rotation from five stations arrayed in an arc located 16 yards behind the trap house; 5 targets are thrown at each station, after which the shooters move to the next station on their right. A round is 25 targets with one shot allowed at each target.”

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Wobble Trap

Wobble Trap is a variation of standard trap. The main differences are more extreme target flight paths than those seen in standard trap shooting (the trap oscillates up and down as well as side to side).

Although this version of trap is not sanctioned by the ATA, many shooters consider it to be both more challenging and engaging as well as a more realistic preparation for bird hunting. More experienced shooters will often shoot from the Skeet positions to increase the difficulty.

How to Play

“The most basic of all the trap disciplines. Standard targets are thrown as singles. The horizontal direction is randomized with a maximum angle of 22 degrees measured from a line from the trap to the middle station. The height at which the targets are thrown is constant. The distance is constant at 50 yards. A squad of five in rotation from five stations arrayed in an arc located 16 yards behind the trap house; 5 targets are thrown at each station, after which the shooters move to the next station on their right. A round is 25 targets with one shot allowed at each target.”

NEVER GO PAST THE HOUSES INTO THE FIELD

 

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12301 Dulaney Valley Road
Phoenix, MD 21131

P: 410-252-3851
E:skeetchair@lochravenskeettrap.com

Send Mail to:
P.O. Box 6846
Towson, MD 21285-06848

 

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