A friend and fellow shooter at our private club is now shooting trap versus skeet , which he was a great shot. I stand behind him to let him know it's his tern to shoot , and on a good day he does pretty good. On Sunday's after shooting I take him for a ice cream and one of our goals is to try every blizzard flavor they have at the local Dairy Queen. When I pick him up every Saturday and Sunday, he is so excited, and you should see the smile on his face. His wife has all his guns locked up and he can no longer drive and for safety he uses my gun with supervision. I'm thinking of purchasing a BT 99 for him to use in hopes it may improve his score and it would be easier than my 870 for him. In all honesty I don't think he has any idea of what his scores are but his lovely wife always asks how he did and thanks me for giving her a little break. It's amazing to see a man with this disease enjoy the shooting environment as much as he does.