Trap Shoot

Trap Shooting - Walker MN

Northstar Shooting Sports Club has two regulation trap shooting ranges. Our ranges are open to both members and nonmembers. 

For those who like to shoot regularly, during the spring months teams are formed to compete against others in the area for 10 weeks during the summer months. 

Summer Leagues

League signup has begun. Team Registration is $60. Season begins Thursday June 10, 2021 (3-7pm). Depending upon amount of teams registered, we may add second day for league.  If you miss the first week you can catch up the second week. After the second week, you can only shoot ahead. 10 rounds up to 10 weeks. You can register your team when you come to the club for a practice round, or give us a call.

If you have questions, or want more information call: Bill O’Neill at 218-547-2611, or the club at 218-888-6701.

 
Trap Shooting Rates
The following rates are for one round (25 targets)
Member......................................................................................................$7.00
Member w/prepaid 10 round shooting card...............................................$6.00
Non-member*............................................................................................$10.00
*(non-member may not purchase or use prepaid cards)
 
Expert and novice shooters are always welcome. We have qualified instructors to help those who are new to the game.
Brief History of Trap Shooting in the USA
The first formal trap shoot took place in Cincinnati, Ohio in 1831, using live birds. With the advent of glass ball targets, and eventually clay disc targets, the sport began to take on the popular form of the game known today as Trap. American Trap uses a single target launcher, or trap, which is located below ground in a trap house. This trap oscillates left to right and back, launching a single clay target, or bird. American trap has a field with 5 shooting positions. Singles Trap features shots taken from each of the shooting positions 16 yards behind the trap house. The shooters position themselves on one of the 5 shooting positions, or stations. Each shooter shoots five shots from his current station, then the squad rotates to the next station. Each shooters shoots five shots from five stations. Handicap Trap is the same game with shooters moving back to varying distances from the trap house. The maximum distance is 27 yards. Doubles Trap is shot from 16 yards, with the distinction being in the way the targets are presented. In Doubles Trap, the targets are thrown two at a time, and the trap does not oscillate. So each of the pairs of targets are uniform in trajectory.

 
Announcements

Membership

2021 Memberships are available

The Next Board Meeting

April 19 @ 7pm (Zoom Meeting)

2021 Events

April 24 -- Permit to Carry Class $80 (10 slots) ALL Ranges Closed to Members and Public
May 1 -- OPENING (weather depending) @ NOON 
May 1 -- Permit to Carry Class $80 (10 slots)
May 8 -- DNR Certified Volunteer Firearm Safety Instructor 8-12pm ALL Ranges Closed to Members and Public until 12pm
May 22-23 Skeet 100 Mini League $20
May 29 -- Pistol Bullseye 10,20,30,40 yards 50/50 $10
(No rests allowed. Off-handed only, one or two handed) 1-2pm 
May 30 -- Rifle Bullseye 100, 200, 300 yards 50/50 $10
(No sleds or bags. Bench rest only)  1-2pm
May 30 -- Archery Bullseye 50/50 $10
(Details coming soon) 1-2pm
June 2021 Events Coming
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