duckjumper wrote:Hey all,
Now that our season is over, it's time to hit the range for practice. What's best? Trap? Skeet? Or the expensive-but-fun sporting clays?
I shoot in a skeet league, and on weekends in the offseason. I will hit about 40 rounds of trap and squeeze in any chance at sporting clays.
probably shoot about 20K rounds of shells in the off season.
Jim Broadbridge wrote:Pigeons and Paper Pigeons keeps the dog involved and are great targets. If you can hit pigeons you can hit ducks. We find a field where they are feeding , put a few silloets out , add the shot ones in the spread and have a hoot. Great for the dog as well.
Zirkels wrote:20,000 rounds in the off season, good God I don't think I have shot that many rounds in my life. What are the most economical sporting clay ranges that anyone has found. The ones that I have done are $25 and $30.
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