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Manual Traps


Manual Traps

Manual Machines offer a great way to introduce people to clay bird shooting, easy repeatable targets get new or “rusty” shooters on track. Its also a great way for friends and family to enjoy a more laid back, less structured day of clay shooting.

We have fifteen manual trap ("hand trap") cages designed to let groups of two or more guests shoot their shotguns at clay pigeons purchased from Alpine Range.

The only cost for using our equipment is the price paid for the boxes of the targets (clay pigeons).

As of January 2023, the cost of a box of 135 clay pigeons is $41.99 plus tax.


In addition to the standard firearm safety rules, the rules for using our equipment are as follows:

Only Alpine purchased targets can be used here.

Only 7 1/2, 8 or 9 shot sizes may be used.

If you are unsure of your ammo, please bring it in to be checked.

NO alcoholic beverages.

If you have been drinking, you will not be allowed to shoot.

If you are impaired due to the use of any medication or other substance, you will not be allowed to shoot.

NO Slugs.

NO steel or buck shot.

NO rifles.

NO use of nor open carry of pistols in the manual trap area, even if you have an LTC/CHL.

Shooters MUST BE INSIDE the shooting cage with the gun pointed downrange before loading the gun.

Do NOT load more than 2 shells in the gun at a time, (for pump/semi-auto shotguns - 1 in the chamber, 1 in the tube magazine).

Shooters MUST shoot from INSIDE of the cage.

Do NOT exit the shooting cage with a loaded shotgun.

Do NOT place loaded guns into the gun racks.

Do NOT place guns on the thrower table.

Do NOT go in front of the trap machines, (throwers).

NO horseplay.

EVERYONE, including spectators, MUST have eye and ear protection.

Range Officers are here to enforce the rules.

If you break any of these rules you will be asked to LEAVE without refund.

If you have questions, please ask them!

We appreciate your business, thank you for shooting with us!

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