Sporting Clays NC

 A  typical course consists of 10 to 15 stations, with each station  presenting targets from trap machines. Usually 5 to 10 targets are shot  at each station by a squad of up to six shooters for a total outing of  50 to 100 targets per person. Targets are thrown as singles and pairs. A  pair of targets may be thrown as a true pair (or sim pair, i.e., thrown  at the same time), as a following pair (thrown sequentially), or on  report (the second clay launched on the report of the shooter’s gun).[4]  Numerous hunting conditions can be simulated by combining various  speeds and angles with different types of clay targets. Each station is  unique. Throughout a course, the shooters might see targets crossing  from either side, coming inward, going outward, flying straight up,  rolling on the ground, arcing high in the air, or thrown from towers.[3]  The possible target presentations are limited only by safety  considerations, the terrain, and the imagination of the course designer.  The configuration of the stations is often changed to maintain interest  for the shooters and for environmental preservation of the course..  Copied from Wikipaedia  

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Sporting Clays Course NC

Beaver Pond Sporting Club   in   Burlington 



14 Stations

Over a mile course

Each station has 2 sets of 2 throwers

Green set is easy for beginners

Red set is much harder