The Dyke Side Trap

Can be shot from 2 positions – one is relatively straight forward and ideal as a training trap. The other is much more tricky and definitely not for beginners!


Down the Line

Our down the line set up – maybe not truly regulation but this is a ‘sporting’ ground.

High Tower Bird

This shows a gun shooting at a high tower bird (42 foot) during a training session with Ben. The tower bird is normally shot as a quartering/high crossing target which most people regard as a quite testing.

Oak Tree Trap

The Oak Tree trap - a reasonably straight forward trap where the target climbs and drifts from left to right, often the second target which novices under instruction from Ben will shoot at.

Long Crosser

The long crosser is launched about 10 feet above the ground and crosses left to right at about 25 yards.

Billy’s Corner

Billy has 3 traps which can be shot in any sequence or combination. A straight forward going away, a left to right crosser at 15 yards and a left to right crosser at 30 yards.

Wills Skeet Pair

The ‘A’ Bird of Wills skeet pair being shot from his training cage – shot from this cage the bird is ideal for beginners. Otherwise this ‘pair’ can be shot either singly, on the report pair or sim pair, either bird first.

The Shooting Ground

This picture shows a general view down the field.

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