Unless stated otherwise, the following is our policy for inclement weather for outdoor events.  This does not apply to indoor events such as meetings or seminars.  If the Honey Brook forecast predicts a chance of rain greater than or equal to 50% at the beginning or the next hour of the shoot, the shoot will be cancelled.  The decision to cancel will not be made until the morning of the day of the shoot to ensure we have the most accurate forecast. 

 

We host trap shoots open to the public every Thursday (March through November) - weather permitting.  These start at 6:00PM.

We hold monthly work-parties the third Sunday of the month February - November beginning at 9:00 AM.

Scheduled shoots will be posted below at the beginning of each month.

March 

3/20 Work Party and Rimfire Rifle Shoot

A rimfire rifle shoot will be held on the rifle range following the work party.  The shoot will be at 50-yards and 100-yards.  There will be separate classes for semiautos and bolt actions.  The rifle range will be closed during this event.  
 

3/23 6pm Novice Trap Clinic
 

We will be holding a trap shoot for new and inexperienced trap shooters.  Club secretary Nicholas Minichini, who shot trap competitively in college, will be explaining the fundamentals of trap shooting to the new shooters.  We ask that experienced trap shooters wait for our regular Thursday evening shoots.  This event is to give novice shooters the opportunity to learn the fundamentals without having to shoot beside those who are far more experienced.  No experience required.  Please bring a shotgun with a modified or full choke, 7.5 or 8 shot of the appropriate gauge for your shotgun, and cash.  Trap is $5 per round (25 birds).  Please RSVP at least 24 hours in advance.  The pistol, shotgun, and tactical range will be closed during this event.     
 

3/24 6pm Wobble Trap


In place of our normal trap shoots we will be shooting American Wobble Trap.  In wobble trap both the elevation and the windage of the bird changes with each throw.  Shooters can load two shells per bird and take a second shot at the same bird if they miss.  Shooters also change stations after each shot instead of shooting five birds per station at a time.  Be sure your firearms are clear and unloaded before moving to the next station.  Over/unders and semiautos are best suited but pumps and single shots will be allowed.  The pistol, shotgun, and tactical range will be closed during this event.

April

4/13 6pm Novice Trap Clinic

We will be holding a trap shoot for new and inexperienced trap shooters.  Club secretary Nicholas Minichini, who shot trap competitively in college, will be explaining the fundamentals of trap shooting to the new shooters.  We ask that experienced trap shooters wait for our regular Thursday evening shoots.  This event is to give novice shooters the opportunity to learn the fundamentals without having to shoot beside those who are far more experienced.  No experience required.  Please bring a shotgun with a modified or full choke, 7.5 or 8 shot of the appropriate gauge for your shotgun, and cash.  Trap is $5 per round (25 birds).  Coaching is free to club members but there will be a $10 fee to the club for non-members.  Please RSVP at least 24 hours in advance.  The pistol, shotgun, and tactical range will be closed during this event.     
 

4/16 8pm Tactical Range Night Shoot


A night shoot will be conducted on the Tactical Range using weapon lights.  You must have a working mounted weapon light to participate.  Participants will complete a timed run of the course using their weapon light.  Scores will be based on a combination of time and accuracy and divided into classes (rifle, pistol, and shotgun).  You do not have to compete in all or any of the classes and are more than welcome to come out and run the course.  All firearms are allowed except for centerfire rifles with caliber greater than 7.62X39 or .300 BLK and .25 ACP pistols.  This is a great opportunity to test your home defense setup in low light conditions.  
 

4/21 6 P.M. Doubles Trap Shoot


In place of our normally scheduled trap shoot we will be shooting doubles trap.  Doubles Trap works similarly to American Trap but the shooter must fire at a pair of birds launched simultaneously.  To participate, bring an over/under, pump, or semiautomatic shotgun. Over/unders and semiautomatics would be best suited.  A round consists of 25 pairs of birds so you will need 50 shells per round. The cost per round will be $8.  Come on out and give this challenging variation a try.  The pistol, shotgun, and tactical range will be closed during this event. 

May

5/23 6:30pm U.S. Law Shield Seminar: Should I Shoot? Using Deadly Force 

U.S. LAW SHIELD & TRI-TOWN SPORTSMAN'S ASSOCIATION are partnering to bring you the most up to date laws to protect your 2nd Amendment rights.  This is a free event for Club members.   An independent Program Attorney will teach you about The Legally Justified Use of Force so you stay on the right side of the Law.  There are several situations in which a person can be justified in using force or deadly force. Come to this seminar and learn:

​1. The difference between "force" and "deadly force";

2. When someone may use deadly force against another to protect themselves or a third party;
3. Whether displaying a weapon constitutes the use of deadly force;
4. Ignorance of the law is not a legal excuse;
5. The legal system can be very hostile toward gun owners; and
6. Responsible gun owners get thrown into the legal system every single day.

Register below to reserve your seat. Capacity is limited and will fill up quickly!

IF YOU ARE BOTH A CLUB MEMBER & U.S. LAW SHIELD MEMBER, PLEASE REGISTER AS A U.S. LAW SHIELD MEMBER.

https://texaslawshield.secure.force.com/pmtx/evt__QuickEvent?id=a2z6e00000bJ0jw

ALL RANGES WILL BE CLOSED STARTING AT 6PM

5/25 6pm Novice Trap Clinic

We will be holding a trap shoot for new and inexperienced trap shooters.  Club secretary Nicholas Minichini, who shot trap competitively in college, will be explaining the fundamentals of trap shooting to the new shooters.  We ask that experienced trap shooters wait for our regular Thursday evening shoots.  This event is to give novice shooters the opportunity to learn the fundamentals without having to shoot beside those who are far more experienced.  No experience required.  Please bring a shotgun with a modified or full choke, 7.5 or 8 shot of the appropriate gauge for your shotgun, and cash.  Trap is $5 per round (25 birds).  Coaching is free to club members but there will be a $10 fee to the club for non-members.  Please RSVP at least 24 hours in advance.  The pistol, shotgun, and tactical range will be closed during this event.     
 

5/28 8pm Tactical Range Night Shoot


A night shoot will be conducted on the Tactical Range using weapon lights.  You must have a working mounted weapon light to participate.  Participants will complete a timed run of the course using their weapon light.  Scores will be based on a combination of time and accuracy and divided into classes (rifle, pistol, and shotgun).  You do not have to compete in all or any of the classes and are more than welcome to come out and run the course.  All firearms are allowed except for centerfire rifles with caliber greater than 7.62X39 or .300 BLK and .25 ACP pistols.  This is a great opportunity to test your home defense setup in low light conditions.