Welcome to the Kingston & District Trap, Skeet, and Sporting Clays Club website. Our club has been in operation since 1973. Our Certificate of Incorporation was received on Feb 2, 2016. The aim of our site is to provide information on the shotgun sports in the Kingston region, the promotion of outdoor sports at our club, and primarily, the safe handling of firearms.
Our facility provides an excellent venue for shotgun enthusiasts and hunters to participate in traditional disciplines such as Trap, Skeet, and Sporting Clays. We operate all year around and always welcome visitors and guests of other shotgun sport clubs. We have a vast array of seasoned shooters ranging from novice to advanced as well as a Club Pro for skeet.
We invite you to come by, bring your shotgun and ammunition, and give it a try. Or if you would like to know more about the sport and are interested in giving it a try, please visit us and chat with our members who will accommodate you accordingly. We hope that our web site will serve as a guide to our facility and act as a source of useful information for local shooters or those wishing to know more about the sport. We are a member of the Ontario Skeet Shooting Assoc. (OSSA), the National Skeet Shooting Assoc. (NSSA), and the Ontario Federation of Anglers & Hunters (OFAH).
(A shotgun only range- no rifles or handguns)
** COVID 19 **
With the recent announcement/order from the Ontario PM stating all non-essential services to close, we are closing our shooting range/club effective immediately until further notice. We will continue to monitor the situation closely and hope to re-open as soon as possible. We will advise soonest when that opportunity permits us to do so. Thanks for your understanding and cooperation. We will continue to reply to any questions related to our facility or memberships through the Contact Us tab on the website. Stay home and stay safe! (Executive)
Aerial view of our entire Range
(video credit: Charlie Young: [email protected])
Looking for new members to come visit our facility and help us crush some clay pigeons. These pesky discs escape from their enclosures on demand with velocity and fly across the landscape in a very predictable flight path and need to be destroyed. If they are not stopped in mid-flight, they will accumulate on the ground. The clays can be coaxed from their abode by calling to them by giving the command of “pull.”
We hope you join our collective effort in eliminating these critters and become part of the “Kingston Clay Crushers Team.” 😉