Skeet

Black Wing offers our guests 4 automated Skeet fields to enjoy this great sport! Skeet is a great sport for challenging your clay target shooting skills, as clay targets are thrown into the air at high speed. Skeet fields have seven positions in a semi-circle and an eighth position halfway between stations 1 and 7. While the two target paths remain the same, the shooting angle varies as you move from station to station. Skeet houses, where the targets are launched, are located at Station 1 (high house) and Station 7 (low house). Unlike Trap where all the targets are going up and away from the shooter, Skeet provides challenging crossers plus incoming and outgoing target flight paths much like wing shooting.

 

Skeet
$5 per 25 targets (Member)
$9 per 25 targets (Non-Member)

Shotgun Rental
$15 each

Shell Pouch Rental
$1 each

Eye & Ear Protection Rental
$1 each

 

Range Rules

  1. Long gun shooters under 18 years of age must have the approval of, and be accompanied by, a parent or guardian at all times while on the range.
  2. Always keep your firearm unloaded, your finger off of the trigger, and the gun pointed in a safe direction until ready to shoot.
  3. Never pass a loaded firearm to another person.
  4. Always keep the action of your shotgun OPEN when walking to the field and in between shooting stations. Only move with an unloaded shotgun with the action open.
  5. Eye and ear protection must be worn at all times on the outdoor ranges.
  6. Never shoot on a field when a skeet house door is open.
  7. Do not load your shotgun until it is your turn to shoot. Unload immediately if a Range Officer tells you to do so or if another shooter has a malfunction.
  8. Only load ONE (1) or TWO (2) shells at a time when on the skeet fields, depending on your station.
  9. If unsafe behavior is noticed, please make sure that the Range Officer is notified of such behavior immediately.
  10. Commands issued by any Range Officer must be followed immediately. Range Officers are authorized to remove any shooter whose behavior is detrimental to the safe operations of any of the ranges.