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Midcaps at night under the lights ?

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I know some dislike shooting at night, doesn't seem to affect my game, I often can shoot alone. I was think of some 22 year practice under the lights. thoughts/ experience? thank you
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Sure why not? Wear some glasses with VERY light yellow/green tint to filter out the little bit of glare from the lights behind you. Some people or clubs will throw green targets at night. They really pop. If ya want to take it up one more notch, try handicap doubles at night.
 

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Our long gone local club had lights until the nearby airport bitched about them. I always enjoyed shooting under the lights. Only other time was at also long gone Red Mountain at Scottsdale with white targets. Loved that.
 

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We have game nights every Thursday. Lights with white targets. I really enjoy it. Most of the time we shoot from at least 30 yards from the trap, we also shoot from the side, in front of, on top of and from other places. Always fun.
 

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Wait till you are an old fart like some of us. Developing cataracts make dusk and night shooting a real challenge.
 
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We recently installed hi intensity LED stadium lights at our small one trap range. It brightens up the entire range. You could easily shoot caps at night there. We use all orange AA White Flyer pitch birds. The lights are so bright you can actually see the small pieces of broken birds hitting the ground in the fall zone.
 

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