Our TNSCTP team competes in all three shotgun shooting sports disciplines.
- Trap Shooting
- Skeet Shooting
- Sporting Clays
Although each sport is similar in that a clay pigeon is thrown through the air and shot with a shotgun, each has different challenges, rules and require varying skills.
Our SPP team competes in handgun shooting sport similar to Steel Challenge.
Trap and Skeet are shot from fixed stations and the target trajectory is the same on every regulation range. This encourages a style habitually followed at each station.
Sporting Clays has been referred to as ‘golf with a shotgun’ and the typical course is designed to replicate the different shooting experiences encountered in the field for an almost infinite variety of target presentations.
All are a game of skill, using hand-to-eye co-ordination to hit moving targets flying at approximately 75 miles per hour.