'The Lakeville North Trap Team was established in 2013, and is managed and implemented by a group of volunteers known as the Core Team. None of the Core Team positions are paid positions. We simply feel that if our children can arrange their weekends to participate in such a great sporting event, we can each arrange our busy schedules to support them. Please know that we do our best to respond to all of your inquiries in a timely manner, but by no means will it always be perfect. If you feel things could be done differently, please let us know. We invite YOU to step up to the plate and help improve the experience for everyone involved!'
Mandatory TEAM/Safety Meeting
Shotshells are to be purchased by the athlete. Plan on 3 cases (30 boxes) of shells for the season. More if you plan on practing on your own during the season. Here are the specifications you need to stick to when purchasing your shells:
•12 Gauge Shotshell: <1200 FPS, 1oz., 8 shot, Light Loads
•20 Gauge Shotshell: <1200 FPS, 7/8oz., 7 1/2 shot, Light Load
don't know your dnr firearm safety number or lost your certificate?
If you've already been through a MN DNR Hunter Safety Course, and can't find your certificate to give us your Firearm Safety Certificate ID Number, You can contact the Minnesota DNR at 651-296-6157 or 1-888-MINN-DNR, or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If calling in, wait until the automated voice prompts are over and stay on the line. They can give you the Firearm Safety Certificate ID Number over the phone, and you can get a replacement card coming to replace your lost one. As soon as you know your certificate number, please email it to your Team Manager, Rick Crippen - email@example.com.
TWITTER FEED IS UP!
You asked for it, and now you have it! LNHS Trap now has a Twitter feed! Follow us and Tweet today! Click the Twitter "bird" icon at the top of this page by the Search box. Click the following link and check it out!
A new page has been added to the website and can be accessed by clicking on the "TRAINING" tab above. There, you will find a slew of videos dedicated to improving your trap shooting capabilities. Videos are great to watch to help enforce common techniques while at the range. However, nothing enforces good shooting skills more than practicing at the range, so watch a video, and then get out there!
CORE TEAM WEBMAIL