Clay Target Shooting GamesClay Target Shooting is made of up various games that can be played by
Our outdoor shotgun range offers various clay target shooting games for beginner to advanced shooters. View the game descriptions to get an understanding of these fun and exciting games. Private or group instruction is available with an emphasis on safety.
Trap shooting is easy to learn, but hard to master. In Trap, clay targets are thrown by a machine located at approximately ground level and covered by a "trap house” at the center of the field.
Wobble TrapA variant of standard trap is Wobble or Wobble Trap. The main difference is a more extreme target flight path than in standard trap shooting. The trap oscillates up and down as well as side to side. Wobble trap is a good warm up for Sporting Clays.
Prince George’s County Trap & Skeet Center is one of 47 gun clubs in the U.S. that offer Olympic Games of International Trap (International Bunker) and International Skeet.
International Trap or Bunker is a single-target Olympic Trap shooting Shotgun event that has a history of over a hundred years old. It is considered more difficult than other trap versions, in that the distance to the targets and the speed with which they are thrown are both greater. Targets are thrown from one of 15 machines.
SkeetSkeet is hard, but easy to master. In Skeet, clay targets are thrown from two fixed and stationary machines located in “high house” (left side) & “low house” (right side) of the field.
A round of skeet consists of 25 targets shot from 8 different stations around a semicircle. The difficulty comes with the ever-changing angles of the target flight path which changes from station to station.
The shooter shoots a series of shot sequences ranging from 2 targets to 4 targets.
The Prince George's Trap & Skeet Center has 13 skeet fields.
Prince George’s County Trap & Skeet Center is one of 47 gun clubs in the U.S. that offer Olympic Games of International Skeet and International Trap (International Bunker).
International Skeet (Olympic Skeet) is a variant of skeet shooting and the specific variant used in the Olympic Games. Two throwing machines at different heights and increased speeds, launch a series of 25 targets in a specific order, some as singles and some as doubles.
Sporting Clays is a shotgun sport that incorporates target presentations that will challenge a beginner or a seasoned shooter.
The Prince George's Trap & Skeet Center has a sporting clays course that consists of 22 stations that wind through the surrounding woods.