I know a few of the people who are members, so I was happy to see that they made the cut for some Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks grant money.

Montana FWP released a draft environmental assessment for a Shooting Range Development Grant proposal from the Missoula Trap and Skeet Club. FWP will provide up to $37,500 in funding for projects deemed eligible for Missoula Trap and Skeet Club’s proposed improvements of reconstructing the Olympic Trap facility by rebuilding the bunker, replacing the roof and doors, updating the electrical facilities to meet modern codes and replacing all 15 of the clay pigeons throwing machines.

This is just one of many projects FWP considered before dispersing funds. A number of shooting sports complexes in Montana, including Mineral County's shooting sports range, about 7 miles from Superior, were granted funding as well.

The Missoula Trap and Skeet Range is located on U.S. Highway 10 approximately 9 miles west of Missoula, at 8650 Old Highway 10. MTS is a membership-based club, but if you would like to shoot, you are invited to come out to the range and they will accommodate you. That way you can give it a try first. If you would like to return in the future a membership will be required.

The club hosts leagues for trap, skeet, and sporting clays. Everyone is welcome to participate in the leagues. If you don't have a team to shoot with,  the club will find a team for you. The first year you shoot leagues you will be given a free club membership. You must be a member to shoot leagues after the first year.

Here's where you find out more about Missoula Trap and Skeet Club.

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