nekedhunter, all those clubs are terrific places to shoot! From trap, five stand, skeet, bunker and several sporting clays courses to be enjoyed at Tucson. Trap at Casa Grande and trap, skeet, bunker and sporties at Ben Avery should fill the bill quite nice for burning powder!
Tucson has some of the finest Trap fields in the Country, a sporting Clays area that is so big Most people use vehicles to get around it, lots of Skeet overlays and Bunker to boot. There is akso a NEW Clay Target facility at or near the Fairgrounds in Tucson supposed to be a nice Facility as well although I have never seen it Shooters have said it was nice and inexpensive to visit.
Casa Grande is half way between Tucson and Phoenix and has Trap with a few Skeet overlays.
Ben Avery just North of Phoenix is 1650 acres of ANY type of Shooting You could want to do. It has Trap Fields with some Skeet overlays, Olympic Bunker Trap, 4 Sporting Clays fields, Archery Range with 3d, Target, and Walking courses, and a Main Range for Rifle, Pistol and Air Gun Shooting.
RV parking is available at all 3 of these ranges but You should start calling now to reserve a spot as they are usually full from November through the end of March.
Come to Arizona to Shoot but be sure to visit our Many other points of interest there are to many to even list. I have lived in Arizona My whole 52 years of life and still haven't seen it all.
It appears so. They have put up the berm and have been discussing it with shooters for quite some time. I do not know all the details but have seen the progress with the berm and have heard the plans but no Field CONSTRUCTION as of yet.
By the way, Harlan Campbell Jr. will be conducting Trap shooting Clinics at Ben Avery on February 13/14 and 15/16 if You happen to be there at that time and would like to register.
Being from Idaho where I shot two rounds of trap yesterday and it was 7 below zero last night...
I have shot at all three -- Ben Avery, Casa Grande, and Tucson -- in the January and February time frame.
All three are different and provide different shooting experiences due to how they are run and due to the range layout and background beyond the targets.
I enjoy all three and will be going to all three again in the next three months.
I will be going to the new Las Vegas trap range for the first time this weekend for their two-day registered shoot. Las Vegas is promising shirt-sleeve temperatures and no wind. They also promise that I will make more money on the trap range than my family will make in the casinos.