Skeet shooting was first legalized in response to the booming population of clay pigeons, who infest local gardens and roost in cans of play-doh. Keep the skies clean with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
$39 for skeet shooting for two (a $174 value) $75 for skeet shooting for four (a $348 value) Both outings include the following for each person:
- 50-count targets (a $25 value each)
- A box of ammunition (a $7 value each)
- A gun rental (a $5 value each)
- An annual membership (a $50 value each)
After setting up camp on a wooden platform, groups don earmuffs and take aim at clay disks hurled into the sky from automatic traps. Armed with borrowed guns and plenty of ammunition, shooters take aim and fire. A one-year membership includes discounts on targets for future outings.
Central Alabama Fowl Preserve
As the sun rises over the forested wetlands of Dallas County, a group of camouflaged hunters leads dogs to a blind. From their perch, the shooters wait to spot passels of ducks or pheasants. The gunmen raise their rifles. They aim. Then they fire. Their feathered bounty falls from the sky.
Scenes such as this are business as usual during the autumn months at Central Alabama Fowl Preserve. There, staffers help outfit hunters with the amenities needed for a successful day, including a lodge equipped with bedrooms, a kitchen, and a social area where groups can unwind. On the offseason, the preserve opens a skeet-shooting range to help clients keep their aim sharp.