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The Georgia Amateur Trapshooting Association invites you to "Give it a Shot"  by visiting any of our fine clubs.  Trapshooting is fun, competitive and virtually anyone can participate in this great sport. The annual membership fee for the target year is only $20 for adults, $12 for Juniors and Sub Juniors.  For more information on joining the Amateur Trapshooting Association and shooting registered trap, visit any of the clubs listed on the Clubs Page or go directly to the Amateur Trapshooting Association's website.



Bill Parson's Annual Rebel Yell Open Trapshoot 

is coming on October 24-25, 2015!! 

Here is an excerpt from

 Bill's program:


"We will have over $4,000.00 added money for this shoot, thanks to Fred Jensen, care

 of Realty South, Tim Hall CPA, and Grand Reserve Apartments, care of Justin

 Trimback.  Hope you can make it and be sure to thank the sponsors when you see

 them.  We even plan on having a Confederate reenactment group to raise the flag on


Bill Parson Jr.

For a program to the 2015 Rebel Yell Open, click here.  For a list of prize money, click here.

  The 2015 Southern Zone Trapshoot is in the books now!  Click on this link to take you to the ATA Zone Website for all scores and winners!


Both South River Gun Club and Cherokee Gun Club are using now for squadding at their monthly trapshoots!  Please use this service to squad for their shoots, it is free, as neither club is charging anything for this service.  This should eleviate some of the long lines that shooters experience on the morning of the match!





Try our Google Event Calendar for the scheduled trapshoots at our Georgia Clubs!




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