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Stettler Trap Club

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2024 EVENTS

Docherty Memorial Shoot June 22 / 23

Muhlbach Memorial Shoot Stay tuned TBD

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Stettler Trap Club at a Glance

Come join us at the Stettler Trap Club for Trap Shooting fun every Wednesday night at 7:00 pm (weather permitting). Everyone is welcome, experience is not necessary and coaching is available if needed. All you need to bring is your firearm and some ammo. Come try it out or contact us to purchase an annual membership.

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The Range

The range is only minutes from Stettler, located on Township road 390 1 km west of the Stetter Sports Park. It consists of 2 Trap Houses with Patt Trap target throwers and voice calls. Shoots of singles, doubles or handicap. Clays are supplied by the club, pay by the round or purchase a 20 round shooting card.

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Contact Us



KEN REID   403-741-8721

SCOTT ROENSPIES 403-597-4782

ROMAR SHOOTING SPORTS  403-742-3713


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Trap Shooting

Trapshooting has been a sport since the late 18th century when real birds were used; usually the passenger pigeon, which were extremely abundant at the time. Birds were placed under hats or in traps which were then released. Artificial birds were introduced around the time of the American Civil War. Glass balls (Bogardus) and subsequently "clay" targets were introduced in the later 1800s, gaining wide acceptance.

Trapshooting was originally developed, in part, to augment bird hunting and to provide a method of practice for bird hunters. Use of targets was introduced as a replacement for live pigeons. Indeed, one of the names for the targets used in shooting games is clay pigeons. The layout of a modern trapshooting field differs from that of a skeet field and/or a sporting clays course.

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