I quit shooting trap (ATA and league) in 1990 for various reasons. Never shot at a trap target again until 2009. Shot about ten rounds in a company trap league. Didn't shoot again until this April. Guys from work talked me into shooting in the trap league again. I used my bird gun. It is amazing that after all this time I still tried to float the target above the front sight. Most misses were low. Was posting mostly 20 to 24 scores. Was real windy for the first few weeks with the targets taking off like they had after burners. Started to enjoy the shooting and comradery again. My wife actually said she was happy to see me shoot again so I went and bought a used Remington 1100 trap last week. When the missus says go, don't let the door hit you on the way out. Newer one with MC stock, step rib and screw in chokes (not classic). Picked it up Friday. Wind blew here (Minneapolis) 40 miles an hour Saturday. Took it to the gun club Sunday and patterned it with a few different rounds and chokes. Shot two make up league rounds. Shot a 24 and 25. The one I missed was a hard left from station 2. Shot behind it. Shot three rounds since with a 23 and two 24's. Have to get used to the shotgun. Sounds like as good an excuse as any. Still not comfortable with stance and hold above house. I was messing around with a higher hold when I shot the 23. On slight quartering targets I would pass up through the target instead of track it and shot along side them. Hopefully with some practice things will get better. I am actually thinking about maybe shooting a 100 target ATA singles event for grins and giggles. I know the reflexes aren't what they were but it is fun again.