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Check out the February Issue


T&F Rookies chosen - Matt Byrns, Ginny Warren and Dayle Street were chosen TRAP & FIELD Rookies of the Year for 2015.

Grand Signature Sponsor - Bill and LeeAnn Martin show their support for the sport once again, becoming the Grand's first-ever Signature Sponsor.

Quotes of the month - "I don't mean to sound disrespectful of the skill involved in breaking a target, but this is a pretty simple game. The trick is to string that simplicity together many, many times without an error in between." - Pete Tsementzis

Check out the January Issue


How dare they? - Consider the reasons for taking a clinic - or more than one.

The Trap Death-cathlon - Ten bad behaviors to avoid if you want to Own the Zone.

Quotes of the month - "Don't be too proud...or too set in your ways...Recognize when something needs to change." - Jake Levin, Autumn Grand handicap and all-around champion

New Automatic Email Renewals

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Check out the December Issue


What's cooking? - Bob Palmer talks about his receipe for success in Own the Zone.

Quotes of the month - "We need to remember that we all started at our small local clubs. We need to greet new shooters with open arms and make them feel welcome." - Wayne Morris, 2016 ATA President

"I want anyone who walks through our door to feel comfortable. I want everybody to leave here as a friend." - Tom Steffensmeier, owner of Grandpa's GC in West Point, Iowa

Check out the November Issue


The 2016 All-American Teams

"Living Legend" John Hall - Phil Kiner interviews this Trapshooting Hall of Famer and shows the many facets of the legend.

Quote of the month - "I like the friendships I have made with a wide variety of competitors. I enjoy traveling to the clubs I never would have known about if I were not a member of the ATA. And I love the competition!" - Colby Watkins, 14-year-old Grand American Caesar Guerinin Preliminary Handicap Champion

Check out the October Issue


Hall of Fame inductees for 2016

Let's Review - The Grand gets an overview and "Mr. August" is named in the Grand that was: 2015.

Quote of the month - "Instead of being nervous, a calm came over me...I was intensely aware of only what was directly in front of me, and nother else mattered." - Bob Malmstedt, about finishing an 80-bird shootoff without a miss and capturing the Grand American All-Around title.

Check out the September Issue


Hall of Fame inductees for 2016

Happy 50th, Winchester AA®! - Winchester's iconic shotshell made its debut in 1965.

Pop Quiz - Put your knowledge of the ATA Rulebook to the test.

Check out the August Issue


How Sweet it is - Gary Brehm, who has battled lymphoma for more than a decade, smashed 200 in 200 in the program and 173x175 in the Kansas Singles Championship shootoff, ending with the veteran title.

Above and beyond the call of duty - Colorado trapshooter Pete Lemon is featured on a new U.S. Postal Service limited-edition issue, honoring Vietnam-era Medal of Honor recipients.

Quote of the month - "When my athletes first experience this joy of training, I see within them a powerful awakening of the potential for success in all that they do." - Bob Palmer

Check out the July Issue


Fourth of July Bash - Phil Kiner and Will O. Tarmigan do the holiday proud with a feast fit for trapshooters.

In the accelerated class - Bob Palmer starts his countdown to excellence.

The Art of classification - Dave Kaiser and Hapless Harry discuss the rules - and the application of the rules - as they apply to singles and doubles classification.

Check out the June Issue


Setting up the (mental) triggers - Out with the bad, in with the good.

Jim Bradford Jr., Hall of Fame Class of 2015

Quote of the month - "When you start up again after a long (more than a year) layoff, resist the urge to get frustrated. Just keep doing what worked in the past and what is working now, and at some point you will snap back into your old groove and the world will get a lot better again." -Phil Kiner

Check out the May Issue


Right or wrong? - Ron Sutton applies this basic question to the trap game.

Jacque Snellenberger, Hall of Fame Class of 2015

Quote of the month - "I worked every pair and really concentrated. I knew that if I kept that up, and did everything I needed to do, something good would happen." -Chris Vendel, Southern Grand doubles champion with 100

Check out the April Issue


May the Force be with you - Bob Palmer explores the dark side of the zone.

T&F Rookies of the Year - Mark Polojac and Brady Welsh claim the honors for 2014.

Quote of the month - "You need to shoot with people who are better than you are." -Pat Laib

The 2014 Average Book!


The 2014 Average Books have mailed as of March 9, 2015. Be looking for your copy in the next couple of days/weeks.

Check out the March Issue


The bottom line - Ron Sutton discusses "How are you going to improve this year?"

Dinnertime! - The new Kiner's Diner is open for business, serving food for the body and the (trapshooter's) mind.

Green means 'go' - Find your signal into the zone

Check out the February Issue


Trap & Field Rookies of the Year chosen!

Headed to Releaseville?

Quote of the month - "You're not going to know if you still like it or how you're going to do unless you get back on the line. Go for it!" - Tiffany Collinson

Check out the January Issue


Lady takes the all-around - Janessa Beaman dons the crown at Tucson!

Gun Mount Rules - Ted Tightend wins one out of two.

New Years Resolution - Grow the sport! - Dean Spiridon

Check out the December Issue


Starting From Scratch

The mental game

Quote of the month - "Hard work pays off, and if you keep going, you never know when your moment is going to be." - Preston Crandell, Krieghoff Handicap Champion

 




   


 

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