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Multiple trap field layout

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  1. yuccaknob

    yuccaknob TS Member

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    I am trying to find out some info on how far apart trap fields should be. We are adding two, but are limited on space, and have not been able to find any measurements. Help!!!
    Thanks, Don Dunn
     
  2. washandwear

    washandwear Member

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    Hi

    Give this a go:

    http://www.rangeinfo.org/resource_library/resLibDetl.cfm?CAT=Facility%20Management&SubCat=Design
     
  3. Cherokee Kid

    Cherokee Kid TS Member

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    25 yards center to center is just about as close as you would want them. You can angle them towards each other to reduce the width of your shotfall zone.
     
  4. higun

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    Traphouses at 85' on center is the minimum to avoid overlap. More would be better.
     
  5. MTA Tom

    MTA Tom Active Member

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    The Michigan Trapshooting Association fields at Mason are 85' center to center.

    This is OK, but as higun indicates, you don't want them any closer.
     
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