Skeet

A standard round of skeet consists of 25 clay targets shot from seven stations arranged in a semicircle. At the ends of the semicircle are the High and Low trap houses from which targets are released (usually following the command “Pull!”) on a fixed trajectory and within defined limits. A set combination of single birds and double birds are shot from each station and scored on the basis of 1 point per target hit. The shotgun position is optional: Either pre-mounted or out of the shoulder when the target released is called.

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“Pull!” The action is fast and furious with skeet. (Photo by Cory V.)

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