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ATA Club in Sacramento Area

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Nuts, Jul 18, 2011.

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  1. Nuts

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    I will be visiting the Sacramento area soon, what clubs are there to shoot at, recommendations, I would prefer to shoot at a faclitiy which is active in ATA shoots, maybe time my visit to shoot a registered event there.
     
  2. cunninmp

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    Coon Creek in Lincoln, also Auburn Trap Club. Both have registered shoots.

    Mike C.

    Groveland,CA
     
  3. Nuts

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    Are both clubs friendly to shoot at? Which has the largest contingent of registered shooters?
     
  4. 525Shooter

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    Coon Creek is the largest club in the area. Lot's of registered shooters. The PITA state shoot was held at Coon Creek this year. 10 or so traps, 4 skeet, 15 station sporting clays and bunker trap. You can check them out at www.cooncreektrap.com.

    Auburn is a much smaller club. 4 traps and one 5 stand. Very limited hours.

    Both clubs are friendly but you will be able to shoot more rounds at Coon Creek as sometimes Auburn has leagues on Saturday mornings.

    Coon Creek is $5 per round of trap. Auburn is $6 per round.
     
  5. cunninmp

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    Coon Creek just held the ATA Western Zone Shoot.

    Where in Sac will you be staying?
     
  6. BDodd

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    Coon Creek can be a little out of the way north of Sacramento but you can be sure that they will try their best to provide for your wants and needs. While I haven't been there for a number of years, they had/have a multi station Sporting Clays course along with the rest. Auburn is several miles east of Sacramento gotten to by heading toward Reno on I-80. I understand it is very friendly but limited in choices when compared to Coon Creek........breakemall
     
  7. Husky44

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    Coon Creek and Auburn both charge $6.00 a round for non-members..Shoot both clubs and decide which one fits into your schedule. The league in Auburn is done after this Saturday and shootings over by 10:00am. The last six months I prefer to shoot at Auburn even though I’m closer to Coon Creek.
     
  8. Nuts

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    where do you buy reloading supplies in the area? New shells? trap guns?
     
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