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Not sure if that is possible. Its easy to find the required distance the clay must travel for the different trap disciplines on the CPSA site.

I had a look at UT last weekend and all I can say is that an orange aspirin takes off for the horizon at about 200mph. Impossible!

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3 minutes ago, Wylye said:

Not sure if that is possible. Its easy to find the required distance the clay must travel for the different trap disciplines on the CPSA site.

I had a look at UT last weekend and all I can say is that an orange aspirin takes off for the horizon at about 200mph. Impossible!

I believe sportrap is 61-64mph, but don't know about the others.

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50 minutes ago, Robden said:

Where can I find what the speed of the clays should be, for the different trap disciplines?

TIA.

The CPSA lists all of the criteria within their site.

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11 minutes ago, TIGHTCHOKE said:

The CPSA lists all of the criteria within their site.

That's where I've been looking but can't find anything speed related...........it's probably me to be fair.

 

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Try looking here 

https://www.cpsa.co.uk/search?q=radar#gsc.tab=0&gsc.q=radar&gsc.page=1

 

"A Guide to Target Distance and Target Speed

 

Discipline Discipline Target Distance Approximate Target Speed

 

Olympic Trap                        76m +/- 1m           (83yd +/- 1yd)

Double Trap                          55m +/- 1m           (60yd +/- 1yd)

ABT Trap                                75m +/- 1m           (82yd +/-1yd)                       (56mph +/-1pmh)

DTL                                         45.72m to 50.3m (50yd to 55yd)                      (42mph +/-1mph)

Olympic Skeet                      65m to 67m          (71yd to 73yd)                      (High 53mph Low 54mph +/- 1mph)

National Skeet                      50m to 52m          (54.7yd to 56.9yd)               (High 43mph Low 44mph +/- 1mph)

 

Trap discipline measurements taken from Front of Trap House.

Skeet discipline measurements taken from Exit window of High and Low House

Three shooting grounds have been independently checked by board members, confirming compliance with the correct target distance for the Trap and Skeet disciplines the speed measured related to the guide details.

From 1st April 2012 the Standard practice for grounds is a target as set out in the discipline rules.

The three grounds checked by the board, already use a Speed Gun as a target measurement set up tool.

Bill Jones"

 

 

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2 hours ago, timps said:

Try looking here 

https://www.cpsa.co.uk/search?q=radar#gsc.tab=0&gsc.q=radar&gsc.page=1

 

"A Guide to Target Distance and Target Speed

 

Discipline Discipline Target Distance Approximate Target Speed

 

Olympic Trap                        76m +/- 1m           (83yd +/- 1yd)

Double Trap                          55m +/- 1m           (60yd +/- 1yd)

ABT Trap                                75m +/- 1m           (82yd +/-1yd)                       (56mph +/-1pmh)

DTL                                         45.72m to 50.3m (50yd to 55yd)                      (42mph +/-1mph)

Olympic Skeet                      65m to 67m          (71yd to 73yd)                      (High 53mph Low 54mph +/- 1mph)

National Skeet                      50m to 52m          (54.7yd to 56.9yd)               (High 43mph Low 44mph +/- 1mph)

 

Trap discipline measurements taken from Front of Trap House.

Skeet discipline measurements taken from Exit window of High and Low House

Three shooting grounds have been independently checked by board members, confirming compliance with the correct target distance for the Trap and Skeet disciplines the speed measured related to the guide details.

From 1st April 2012 the Standard practice for grounds is a target as set out in the discipline rules.

The three grounds checked by the board, already use a Speed Gun as a target measurement set up tool.

Bill Jones"

 

 

Thanks timps........again

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