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Every trapshooter looks forward to shooting his or her best, and, has certain needs-- maybe trivial to the majority-- but very important to that individual. What are shooters priorities today, and what can clubs do to support the majority of shooters needs? A 50 state shooter input would be ideal. Sam
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In no particular order. A well run shoot, working voice releases, properly set targets, prompt classifying and squadding, friendly atmosphere, a place to get out of the sun & heat, problems promptly taken care of, clean restrooms, prompt posting of scores and payoffs, knowledgeable scorers/pullers, water available on the fields, etc, etc. I'm sure there are many I've missed that might be location dependent.

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I just want to be treated like they want my business. I don't see enough of that. I am in Idaho but I have seen the same at clubs in many states. It seems to be better at smaller clubs. I do not know why but it is a fact
 

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The three things I look for in any shooting club is: Clean, tiddy, and friendly. If they have these right, then I can live with the rest. I very seldome get fussy about target set unless they are really low (trap targets).

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It would be good to see the priorities reset somewhat....

Instead of; What can the club do for me, it should be, What can I do for the club.

If more shooter's get involved at their local level, then the clubs would do much better.

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Mixer started this thread of responses with a many true and tested priorities shooters like to see. We, at Glen Rock, can, and do offer many of the afore-mentioned.
This year we will be holding our 115th year Anniversary shoot, and one of the reasons for this post is to get input and possibly see if we have over-looked-or-can just add a few suggestions from our national shooting fraternity. I would like to see many more " do's & don'ts" from anyone wishing to comment. Photos are included from 2010. Sam



 
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