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08-31-2008, 11:21 PM
I was wondering about Triple B Clays. (S. El Monte)
What have been peoples experiences?
What do you like?
What do you not like?
Special Rules I should know?
Post #17 & 18 make reference to Triple B Clays.
09-01-2008, 6:39 PM
It's a good place. What do you want to shoot there?
I shoot there once or twice a month (sporting clays). They have trap & skeet too, as well as a training field.
Leave your tactical gun at home.
09-01-2008, 6:42 PM
Sporting Clays in the Los Angeles area:
Say what you want about So. Cal. We’ve got restrictive gun laws, we’ve got earthquakes, we’ve got wildfires, we’ve even got “The Terminator” for our governor, but we do have 4 Sporting Clays ranges in the Los Angeles area.
Each of them holds their monthly shoot on a different weekend. Each of them has something different to offer, and all are fun to shoot.
Triple B Clays is located in El Monte off of the 60 near the 605. It’s a 24 station flat course, in a heavily treed setting. They have 12 hunter stations, and 12 tournament stations, all have “A” & “B” shooting position. Their monthly shoot is on the first Sunday of the month. http://www.triplebclays.com
Raahauge’s is located in Corona off of the 91 between the 71 and the 15. It’s a semi-flat course set in the Prado flood plane. They keep adding new stations and new machines all the time. Their monthly shoot is on the second Sunday of the month. http://www.raahauges.com/
Moore-N-Moore is located in San Fernando off of the 210 near the 118. It’s a great course with hills and valleys in the San Gabriel Mtn foothills. They have 12 stations, 10 of them have “A” & “B” shooting positions. They really are “The friendliest range in southern California”. They hold their monthly shoot on the third Saturday of the month. http://www.moorenmoore.com
Oak Tree is located in Newhall off of the 5 near the 14. They have some of the most spectacular views on a sporting clays course anywhere. http://www.oaktreegunclub.com/ (Call before going)
Prado Olympic is located in Chino off of the 71 near the 91. They offer trap, skeet & 5-stand. http://www.shootprado.com/
All of these places offer public shooting so don’t wait until they hold their monthly shoots. Contact the clubs directly for more information.
If you live in Los Angeles and you can’t find a place to shoot, you’re not looking hard enough.
Here’s a link to my website. I’ve got pictures & reviews of the clubs:
09-01-2008, 7:47 PM
I am a noob, so I am not sure yet. I just tried trap, and I'd like to try clays. But I still need to get a shot gun, All competitions are 2 clays at a time right?
09-01-2008, 7:50 PM
No, trap is singles. You can shoot skeet singles, and you can shoot sporting clays as report pairs.
Show up next sunday, we're having a monthly sporting clays tournament.
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