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PRICE for a round of TRAP

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by BT-100dc, Dec 10, 2012.

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  1. BT-100dc

    BT-100dc Active Member

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    As the price of clays increases, any clubs out there still charging $3.00 or less per round? If you recently charged $3.00 and had to raise the price, what did your club raise it to? If you're planning on raising the price in the next month or so, how much increase per round? Thank you, BT100dc
     
  2. Hammer1

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    Our local club in Idaho has been charging $3.50 per 25 round of practice trap for as long as I can remember.

    Membership is $25.

    We'd probably let shooters from Florida shoot free in the month of January.

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  3. mixer

    mixer Well-Known Member

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    $3.00, are you kidding? Close to $8.50 where I shoot, which is Markham Park here in S.Florida.
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  4. 1oldtimer

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    I won't be shooting in Florida,unless I hit the lottery.
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  5. kgp912kgp

    kgp912kgp Active Member

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    $7.00 here out west... Would LOVE to see $5.00 again!!!
     
  6. Hammer1

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    But I hear that your $8 trap fees in Florida include a drink with a little umbrella in it after every squad.

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  7. mixer

    mixer Well-Known Member

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    Hammer1,

    Nope, no alcohol allowed at the range.

    Eric
     
  8. Border Bandit

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    $3.00 - $3.50 in these parts, South Central PA/Northern MD. The clubs are, not for profit, member owned Fish & Game(s), with, mostly, member supplied labor. It's good news that White Flier has reduced target prices, thus allowing us to hold the price.

    best...mike
     
  9. slayer

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    3.50 is the going rate around here, and you better have your own puller and marker, where it's not voice activated. Bill
     
  10. DON1911

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    I mainly shoot at three diffrent clubs in south Florida, They charge 26$, 27$ ,and 28$ per hundred registered targets plus ATA and FTA fees of course.Computer says thats,6.50, 6.75, and 7.00$ per round. Don1911
     
  11. RayReys

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    Here in SoCal its about 7-8 bucks a round. I would love to see 3.50!
     
  12. Dickgshot

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    $2.50 at Durham Wildlife in North Carolina. Four fields, two lighted which were just completely rebuilt. Pat traps and Canterburys in all of them. Erads for our registered shoots. Two sets of Claydelays for shooters wanting to practice by themselves. Shells $5.50 a box including tax for Rios; $8.00 for Remington STS.

    Same price for skeet and 5-stand.
     
  13. NDgolfer13

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    $4.00 at one of my clubs $4.50 at the other here in Indy.

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  14. claybrdr

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    $2.50 at one club and $3.00 at the other, skeet or trap.
     
  15. Billetproof

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    Was $3 till October, now $3.25.
     
  16. 27-T

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    Florida shooters have been getting robbed for a long time. The prices are high because the clubs can get away with it as the shooters keep paying it. Stop shooting for a little while and the clubs will learn that they can't keep robbing people. White Flyer reduces prices and Florida clubs raise their prices.

    Wait till you get your program for the Dixie Grand held at a Florida club. $33.00 per hundred plus your daily fees. This should encourage a lot of shooters to participate!!!! Regular trap is getting to be as bad as sporting clays and live bird shoots!
     
  17. Ross

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    It makes quite a difference in cost according to how much the membership fees (yearly dues) are. A club I belong to is $3.00 per 25 tgts. for members-- trap--skeet--sporting clays, BUT $750.00 initiation & $210.00 per yr. dues, SO it takes quite a while to recoup that initiation fee, but even disregarding the initiation fee @ $210.00 per yr. dues (that's $60.00 in cash (check) & the option to work 10 hrs.) the 1st 70 rounds you shoot per yr. wind up costing $6.00, after that it stays $3.00. so if you get to go 40 times a yr. and shoot 2 boxes each time this figures out pretty close to $6.00. It is set up as not for profit org. with much volunteer help. Non members $6.00 per 25 tgts. + a $6.00 per day guest fee, (guests must have a member sponsor). Registered shoots everybody pays the same.

    So if you shoot a fair amount it's a good deal. Also the camaraderie is mighty nice, shooters are some of the best people in the world. Ross Puls
     
  18. jbmi

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    $3.75, been that way for years.
     
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    jb you'd think they'd just go to 4 bucks and save alot of fumblin for quarters. Bill
     
  20. paulsom

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    2.20 member trap or skeet 11.00 /100 sporting clays on Long Island NY
     
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