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BigBob, the moral in this is to get info on registered shooting from someone who actively shoots registered trap. Clearly, the good colonel doesn't.

My best friend is a retired colonel, too. I'm betting he doesn't know whether ported guns are legal or not in ATA, either.

I wish your sporting course great success! You came to the right place for answers. :)
 

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All edginess aside there are a few logical things to look at in seeking a answer to this question.
1. The ATA rule book is a good place to start for verification and is easy to get a copy or check online. www.shootata.com
2. Take a look at Browning and see how many Citori--XT--725 model trap shotguns they manufacture for the sole purpose of
shooting competitive trap.
3. There are many that do not like porting or see a use for it ect. but porting is a part of shotgun culture and standard on several
brands so I think it is here to stay.
Good luck with your sporting clay range, I think that if you talk to several of your customers that shoot both Trap and Sporting
you will find that they are welcome at the trap ranges.
 
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