Guns are what separate the men from the boys, the women from the girls, and the hunter from the deer that just stole his wallet. Practice in an environment free of antlered assailants with today's Groupon to Cedar Creek Sporting Clays in Millville. Choose between the following options:
- For $37, you get a 50-target round of sporting clays (up to a $20 value), shotgun rental (a $20 value), shells (an $18 value), safety glasses and earplugs (a $6 value), and safety instructions (a $10 value; up to a $74 total value).
- For $70, you get a 50-target round of sporting clays for two, including 50 targets apiece (up to a $37 value), two shotgun rentals (a $40 value), two sets of shells (a $36 value), two sets of safety glasses and earplugs (a $12 value), and safety instructions (a $20 value; up to a $145 total value).
At Cedar Creek Sporting Clays, sharpshooters take aim at sporting clays that launch in unpredictable patterns and angles from 16 automated stations. Upon arrival, a member of Cedar Creek's trained staff guides would-be pigeon pickers through the critical precepts of firearm safety and usage before ushering gun-toting groups out to the first station to field any practical questions about the course or local zoning laws. Peer down the barrel to prepare for saucers as they launch in variable sequences at each shooting station, then squeeze the trigger to unload buckshot on the spinning targets as they glide through the air like murderous Frisbees. Two separate types of cages allow clay launches to be calibrated for either the casual shooter or tournament-ready gun slinger as they maneuver stealthily past target zones peppered throughout 75 acres of verdant pinelands.
Cedar Creek Sporting Clays
At Cedar Creek Sporting Clays, sharpshooters take aim at clay pigeons that launch in unpredictable patterns and angles from 16 automated stations. As gunslingers take in the range's 75 acres of verdant pineland, a member of Cedar Creek's trained staff guides them through the critical precepts of firearm safety and usage before ushering gun-toting groups out to the first station to field any practical questions about the course. Deadeyes peer over the rifle's barrel, marking and shattering discs that launch in variable sequences like milk saucers hurled by enraged housecats. Two different cages accommodate the ambitions of casual shooters as well as tournament-ready gunslingers. Visitors hunting for comprehensive muzzle mastery can learn directly from owner and NSCA-certified instructor Joseph P. Scull, Sr., whose individualized lessons target proper stance, eye dominance, and catchphrase timing.
499 Ramah Rd.
Millville, New Jersey 08332