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The Martinez Trap Team is a competitive California Youth Shooting Sports Association (CYSSA) program for boys and girls who are in 12th grade or younger. This program is a youth development program that provides its participants with a positive, life-enhancing opportunity to participate in a supervised shotgun shooting sports program, taught by certified coaches. We emphasize safety, skill development, good sportsmanship – and fun!

Throughout the year, a series of “fun shoots” are held at various clubs. Typically, several hundred competitors attend and shoot in five categories based on age and experience. The format is 100 targets, 50 in the morning and 50 in the afternoon. In June, there is a 200-target multi-day shoot for the State Championships.

In addition to the CYSSA “fun shoots”, it’s expected that Team Members will also have fun and gain competition experience participating in the monthly Club Shoots at the Martinez Gun Club, unless there’s a conflicting CYSSA shoot that day.

We meet, generally on Saturdays, from January through November. Practice starts at 8:45 and lasts until 11:00. There is a more detailed shooting calendar in the Martinez Gun Club Clubhouse. Loaner shotguns are available, ammunition is for sale in the Clubhouse, or you can bring your own.

Clubhouse: 925-372-9599
Greg Fahmie, Mgr: 510-220-0039

Come join us! Contact:

Clark Smith, Coach, 510-703-1313

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The De La Salle Trap Club practices at the Martinez Gun Club every Saturday at 10:00am and every Wednesday afternoon at 4:00pm and participates in the Club Shoots!

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The Berean Christian High practices at the Martinez Gun Club every Saturday!

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4-H offers shooting sports programs to teach youth development. Our programs help young people develop self-confidence, personal discipline, responsibility, teamwork, self-esteem and sportsmanship; in addition to providing a positive experience for youth and promoting the safe and ethical use of firearms, education to reduce gun accidents, and helping continue the rich American traditions of hunting and shooting. The discipline and self-control required for responsible firearms use carries over into many other aspects of life.

So, if you are between the ages of 9 & 18 and are interested in the 4-H Shotgun Project, contact the Project Leader listed below!

Derek Knapp, email:,
cell phone 925/997-1967

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