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Skeet

skeet shooting involves aiming at small clay targets that are launched through the air to simulate bird hunting. They're typically orange and typically about 4–5 inches (10.2–12.7 cm) in diameter. They're fired individually and simultaneously from two different points at each side of an arc of stations, where you'll rotate, firing between 2 and 4 shots at each target. A round of skeet involves 25 shots. 

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Pistol Bays

5 public Pistol Bays-we have targets or you can bring your own.

18 competition pistol bays


Sporting Clays

 

Targets may be thrown from literally any angle or distance to simulate wingshooting, and six different sizes of clay targets are used to further give the shooter the experience of actual hunting conditions.

Sporting clays is typically shot in squads of two to six people and played over a course of 10 to 15 shooting stations laid around fields or around the natural features of the land. The course designer is not limited in target speed, angle, or distance, so every course is different.

The most common target used in sporting clays is the clay that is used in skeet and trap. But sporting clays also uses specialty targets to introduce the illusion of speed or distance in the eye of the shooter, moving at speeds or in the ways of game birds. All can be thrown as singles or pairs.

Any shotgun that’s in safe working condition, capable of firing two shots, may be used. Any gauge can be used, but the most popular are 12 and 20 gauge.

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Trap

Trap is broken down into three categories: singles, doubles, handicap. The targets are thrown by a machine located at approximately ground level and covered by a "trap house." For singles and doubles, there are five "stations", each 16 yards (15.6 m) behind the trap house. In singles, each competitor shoots at five targets from each station. The trap machine oscillates left to right within a 54 degree arc (up to 27 degrees right and left of center), and at least a 34 degree arc (up to 17 degrees right and left of center)., and the competitor does not know where in that arc the target will emerge. In doubles, the machine does not oscillate, but throws two targets simultaneously with each competitor shooting at five (5) pairs (10 targets) from each station. In the handicap events, the machine operates the same as in singles, but the shooters stand farther away from the trap house. 

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Concealed Carry Classes

NRA Certified 

Safety Classes

Defensive Pistol and Shotgun


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Mesquite Mayhem Shooters Society

18 Competitive pistol bays 

 


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The Smokin Gun

Peppermill Palms Boulevard, Littlefield, Arizona 86432, United States

Office: 928.347.4133
Connie: 970.260.9048
Karrie: 970.778.0717
Jason: 970.623.6503

Hours

Mon

9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Tue

9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Wed

8:30 am – 3:30 pm

Thu

8:30 am – 3:30 pm

Fri

8:30 am – 3:30 pm

Sat

8:30 am – 3:30 pm

Sun

8:30 am – 3:30 pm