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Old January 8, 2013, 04:22 PM   #2
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Sporting Clays by a HUGE margin. Each place is different; most have a course with 12 or more stations, and each station is different.

Trap and skeet are EXACTLY the same, no matter where you are - Maine to Miami, San Diego to Seattle, and all point in between.

In serious competition, you need perfect scores in trap and skeet just to get to the shootoff; whereas in Sporting, the number of perfect scores can be counted on one hand.

So it comes down to this: do you like BORING repetition where the targets are always the same, OR, do you like an extreme variety where each course utilizes its terrain to set challenging and fun targets?
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