MVSA Trap & Skeet Shooting

MVSA Trap and Skeet Shooting

Trap & Skeet at Mountain Valley Sportsman's Association

MVSA has two lighted Trap and Skeet ranges operating under rules and guidelines of the Amateur Trapshooting Association (ATA) and the National Skeet Shooting Association (NSSA).


Trap and Skeet fields are open for member & non-member shooting on Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. MVSA holds a registered ATA event monthly and can be scheduled for private events. 


Check the MVSA calendar for specific dates and times.


The match fee is $4.00 per round for members.  For non-members there is a $5.00 registration fee, plus $4.00 per round. MVSA has guns and ammunition available.  For more information contact Rodger Cameron at minidilbert@yahoo.com.

October 2019 Trap Shooting Tournament

An Amateur Trapshooting Association (ATA) sanctioned tournament was held on Saturday October 5th .


The winner of the Singles and Doubles events was Rodger Cameron. Lee Adams won the Handicap event.


Fewer attended this month’s match because of a major tournament in Jacksonville and many other events happening at MVSA.


Everyone had a good time and enjoyed spending their Saturday morning at MVSA.


Group photo of some of the range volunteers and shooters.
Group photo of some of the range volunteers and shooters.
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Other Trap & Skeet News

Left: Nathan uses new radar gun to check target

speeds. The radar gun was purchased using a grant from the ATA gun club fund.

 

National Park College has initiated trap shooting as a school sport.  The team is practicing at MVSA each Tuesday evening. 

Trap & Skeet Shooting at MVSA

August 2019 Trap Shoot Winners

ATA Trapshooting Winners

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We had 21 shooters at this month's ATA (Amateur Trapshooting Association) sanctioned event.


Pictured above, left to right:  Tyson Childress, Jim Hardin, Caiden Byrd


Singles Event 1:

1st Place:  Caiden Byrd with a score of 97/100

2nd Place:  Tyson Childress with 95/100

3rd Place:  Jim Hardin broke 94/100


Handicap Event 2:

1st Place:  Tyson Childress with 95/100

2nd Place:  Dan Purnell also broke 95/100



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Doubles Event 3:

1st Place:  Caiden Byrd with a score of 85/100


Pictured above:  Shotgun venue chairman Rodger Cameron presents the winner, Caiden Byrd, a box of shotshells.