If you're nervous about firing I'll stand at the trap line with you. I also have a friend from law enforcement who will be joining us to help out in making sure everyone is comfortable with operating a firearm as well as spotting safety hazards. Please let us know if you've never operated a shotgun. If you have any questions, please ask.
I'll be bringing 3 12gauge shotguns with recoil pads. Mossberg 500, Maverick 88 and Baikal MP18. <-- Painful.
2:00pm to 5:00pm at the Chabot trap range
Upon arrival, head to the main building and buy trap tickets. They're 9 bits a piece. Each will get you a round of 25 clay pigeons. No more than 2 tickets is recommended. Ammo is expensive there. I'll try providing ammo.
The Trap range is towards the end of the lot near the smaller building. Sign in on the clip board by the window.
5:00pm - 6:00pm-ish dinner at the Paradise Grill
Reservations have been made.
You'll need protection for eyes and ears. They sell ear plugs and cheap eye shields at the main office. Rx glasses and sunglasses also count. I'll bring extra muffs and whatever safety glasses I have just in case.
Firearm Basic Safety:
*Always assume a firearm is loaded
*Keep the muzzle pointed in a safe direction (down range, up or to the ground)
*Never rest your finger on the trigger. Ever. Only touch the trigger when you're set to fire.
Rules on the Trap Range:
*All actions open at all times unless firing. Break actions are ok to close on gun racks.
*Do not load more than 1 cartridge
*Do not load a cartridge until it's your turn
Brony Trap Tour TBA (rifle and pistol also tba)
http://www.coyoteclays.com Morgan Hill
http://prgc.net San Francisco