On February 17th, Tim S. hosted us at the Prado Olympic Park for a morning of skeet shooting.

Since most of us had never shot skeet (or a shotgun for that matter), Tim explained the rules of the range, along with basic gun safety.

For skeet shooting, they had 5 positions per round, and each person takes turns getting a shot.  Every five shots, you rotate positions.  One round equals 25 shots.

It was definitely a fun bonding activity, and it was good getting some experience with shotguns in a controlled environment (with someone ready to provide constructive correction as needed).

Most of us bought more ammo and range tokens than we could use that day, so there’s a good chance we will be making a return trip!


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