SKEET SHOOTING

Meemo’s offers a skeet range that is configured for American skeet.

In American Skeet, clay targets are thrown from two fixed and stationary machines located in “High House” (left side) & “Low House” (right side) of the field. A round of skeet consists of 25 targets shot from 8 different stations around a semicircle. The difficulty comes with the ever changing angles of the target’s flight path, which changes from station to station. The shooter shoots a series of shot sequences ranging from 2 to 4 targets.

Summary:

  • A “Round of Skeet” consists of 24 targets, with the first missed target being repeated for a total of 25 shots.
  • Skeet can be shot with any gauge shotgun.
  • There are 8 shooting stations placed in a semi-circular fashion.
  • There are two machine locations called the “High House” and the “Low House”.
  • At Stations 1, 2, 6 & 7, each shooter will shoot (in turn) a High House Single, a Low House Single and then a simultaneous (if desired) pair.
  • Novice shooters can opt to shoot all targets as singles.
  • At Stations 3, 4, 5 & 8 only a High House and a Low House are shot.
  • The gun may be fully or partially mounted, it is the shooter’s choice.