We do one called porch buddies doubles. Pretty easy and fun. Pairs of shooters are drawn from names in a hat. 5 posts are set up right shooter calls for the target ....right shooter takes right target left shooter takes left target. Next post t pairs of shooters switch so that the shooter who was taking the right bird is now taking the left. Pairs are scored like normal doubles. This is alot of fun and the angles can get pretty wide so there is challenges there. We run the money part like a porch shoot.
I use a hand set trap with a mini target sandwiched between two standards. Two shooters, each shoot their angle target --IF they hit their target they shoot AT the mini target--it looks pretty darn small!
If you have a hand-set trap, get someone to make a longer throwing arm and throw "triples."
Set three targets on the arm, one goes wide left, one goes wide right, and one goes up the middle.
Two person teams. Person on the left has to shoot, and break, the left hand target before trying for the middle target.
Likewise the person on the right has to shoot, and break, the right hand target before trying for the middle target.
Both can shoot at the middle target in the event they both break their angle target.
If one of them screws up and shoots at the middle target without breaking their angle target the team gets a zero.
Start on the 24 yard line, shoot three times on each post for a total possible score of 45 (3 times x 3 targets x 5 posts).
Shoot three rounds for a total possible score of 135.
After the first and second round, move teams backward or forward a yard or two based on their scores (41 - 45 move back 2 yards, 37 - 40 move back 1 yard, 33 - 36 stay the same, 29 - 32 move forward 1 yard, 28 or less move forward 2 yards).
A good team can break a total score of about 125 - 130.
Throw doubles. Both shooters load two shells. Shoot your own bird first, then shoot whatever is still flying, either your own again, or your partner's miss. Two points available for each presentation. Shoot one or two pair at each station, and rotate. Team can decide who is on left or right side. We shoot from the 20 yard line, or further back. Usually need to break them all to win the squad. You can shoot multiple squads in the same game, for total purse.
With the version we do in post #2 on this thread we do one shot per shooter that way people with single BL. trap guns can participate. As you move back further getting the hard lefts and rights can be a lot of fun. The person scoring just needs to make sure that the pairs of shooters switch from left bird to right bird each post, that way each shooter has to take different targets.
There is also the challenge of one shooter saying pull for both shooters......it gets interesting at times for the timing of the shots.