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Old July 31, 1999, 08:13 PM   #1
stanmanplan
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I go to the skeet range a few times a year to sharpen up for dove season. At one time there was a chart that gave the lead for each station of of a regulation skeet range. I haven't been able to find one in several years. Does anyone know where I can go on the web to find this info. Thanks in advance.
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Old July 31, 1999, 08:39 PM   #2
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I don't know where you can get a chart, but you can get information from 2 good books on Skeet leads, The Complete Book of Shotgunning Games; Tom Migdalski 1997, & Trap & Skeet Shooting 3rd Ed; Chris Christian. They make the general rule that the lead average:
station 1 @ 6" to 1" then add 1 foot per station i.e., station 2 2ft station 3 3ft station 4, 4ft, then beginning with station 5 subtract 1 foot until 6"-1' at station 7.
I hope that helps.
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