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Pros: Nice setup with clubhouse and a view, Bob is a gracious host and excellent instructor as well. I learned how to improve my shooting skills and could see the results imeadiately.
Cons: The only con for me is the location since I'm not close enough to visit on a regular basis.
Recommended? YesWe had a great time with Bob everyone who showed up, wish I could have stayed for the rest of the event and the steak dinner afterword! Hope to have another chance to shoot later in the year and make good on that steak dinner as well...
Pros: secluded... no "neighbors" to disrupt or interfere. Great folks Great scenery Have skeet and trap
Recommended? YesI haven't shot skeet in nearly 24 years. I was nervous at first visit cause of the time away from the game but Bob welcomed and took me in as if I was family. He reaquainted me with the sport of skeet and taught me trap for the first time. He was patient with me and kept me feeling that I was gonna be a world class shooter. Well, that ain't to be for me but I had a great time and had great company and that was what counted. Since I only live about 40 miles away, I plan to make this facility a regular stop on my shooting trips.
The two skeet fields are nicely laid out and the arrangement of the trap house on the main field is perfectly positioned for additional shootinggames beyond standard trap and skeet, and also provides greatpractice for upcoming game bird seasons.
I highly recommend this facility and recommend you meet and enjoy the company of both Bobs.. Bob the owner/instructor/shooting master and Bob the range caretaker and operator.
I thuroughly enjoyed my experience there and I know you will too.
Don Sikes (Ret USAF)
Pros: Very Remote, well kept and professional
Cons: very remote
Recommended? YesI met Bob on another forum and he invited some of us up. It was a great experience in a beautiful part of the world. Most of us were meeting for the first time and were made to feel like family. We will probably try to return this fall. I live six hours away or I would return often.
Pros: Very well maintained and beautiful scenery.
My son and I had the pleasure being invited to attend a meet at Bob's Skeet Trap range earlier this year. We were new to the sport and in dire need of some basic training.
When we arrived at the range we were met at the drive by Bob. He directed us to his clubhouse. The 1st course of action was a safetyvideoand Bob went over all the safety aspects of the game.
We went to his skeet field and Bob taught us the basics of the game as we shot. Then to trap. It was a wonderful experience learning these games from a world class shooter. Bob is a pro.
Within 5 minutes of being at Bob's range you feel like you are at home with good friends and family. I would have paid $500 for the range time and training we received where I live.
The range is in a beautifully scenic location in lower MO. It was a 500 mi drive for us but well worth every mile.
Pros: Never crowded. Clean and professional.
Cons: Far from town, but its suppose to be!
Recommended? YesYoull like this place. The owner is my husband. He's a retired pro and will bend over backwards to help you learn shotgunning. Clean and affordable. He caters to beginners, so you dont have to be skilled to shoot here; But, you will be when you leave!
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