A practice or competition event will consist of shooting two 25 target rounds for a total of 50 targets from the 16-yard station. Up to five athletes (squad) will occupy the stations on a trap field. Station one is assigned the “squad leader”.
The trap field is the area of a shooting range where trap shooting occurs. Each field contains shooting stations (typically concrete walkways with yardage markers) and a trap house.
The trap house is the structure in front of the stations from which the clay targets are launched. Only facility personnel shall enter and maintain the trap house. A cone or flag will be displayed when the trap house requires maintenance and shooters are required to exit their shooting station and make firearms safe until the trap house maintenance is completed and the cone or flag is removed.
Ammunition specifications must meet the use requirements of the shooting range.
Typical ammunition used for trap shooting:
Gauge Shot Shot Size
12 1 oz. or 1-1/8 oz. #7.5 or #8
20 7/8 oz. #8
Five shots are taken at each of the five stations. After the first five shots are completed by the entire squad, each shooter will move to a new station by:
Missouri State High School Clay Target League Website:
Team members include: Dayne Howie, Cadan Billingsly, Damian Christine, Jarrett Baker and Bradley Shockey
Coaches: Buck Comstock and Kathalee Cole
Lutie FFA trapshooting team participated in the Dora FFA trapshoot on Sunday December 5th. Team members include Dayne Howie, Cadan Billingsly, Damian Christine, Jarrett Baker and Bradley Shockey. Coaches Buck Comstock and Kathalee Cole.