At the Range

 This morning, I headed out to Minute Man Sporting Club with some of my friends to practice with the MIT Sporting Clay's club. We played two rounds of Trap. Trap is a game where small clay targets (4" diameter) are lobbed into the air, players attempt to pull up onto the targets with a shotgun loaded with what is effectively bird-shot and 'break' the targets.

My best round was 20/25 targets which I thought was pretty good for being out of practice. Of course, we were also playing at the shortest distance and hitting targets was therefore easier than normal competition.



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