ORACCA SHOOT OUT – Saturday, June 9, 2018
8:30AM to 12:00PM

 

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What is TRAP? A round of trap starts with lining up on the trap field consisting of five
stations in front of the trap machine. The machine is set to rotate back and forth therefore
throwing many different angles.

The closest a shooter can get to the trap machine is 16 yards and this is called “Singles. The typical trap shoot consists of five shooters lined up in a row on stations 1 through 5.

Shooters load one shotgun shell in the shotgun and each person waits for his turn. At his turn, he yells “pull” which releases the clay pigeon to be shot at. Each person takes five shots at five clays, then moves to the next station. At the end of the round, each person has shot a box of 25 shotgun shells.

Clays are thrown at different angles, ranging from almost 90 degrees to fairly straight.Because shotguns fire shells which hold small pellets, the shot gunner breaks the clays by “sweeping’ across and past the flying bird so send a pattern of pellets streaming into the clay. A direct hit will cause the clay to “puff” away in a cloud of dust. Even if the clay is only chipped, this counts as a hit.

Saturday – June 9, 2018
Canby Rod & Gun Club
25011 S Molalla Forest Rd.
Canby, OR. 97013

8:30-9:00 AM Registration
Food Sponsored by NW Natural
9:00 AM – 10:00 AM

Awards for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Place

TRAP SHOOT
$75.00 per Shooter
Ammo – 25 Shells per shooter
Birds – 25 per shooter
Awards for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Place

PISTOL RANGE
$35.00 per Shooter
Targets, Range Fee, Range
Safety Officer included.
Target shooters supply their own handguns and ammo

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ORACCA Shoot Out

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