By Kyle Jillson | April 1 2013 12:31

More from the ACUI American Trap Championships in San Antonio

Purdue University shooter at the ACUI Clay Target Championships in San Antonio, Texas

San Antonio, Texas - The ACUI Clay Target Championship's most popular event is its American Trap Championship, and with good reason. Simple and straight forward, it was the first game many of these shooters started with.

After advancing to skeet and playing games with international rules, going back to American Trap is a familiar experience they've been doing for years.

Clays are thrown in smooth, slow arcs that are easy to track and there is no 0-3 second delay on the release of the target like in international rules.

Shooters from the University of Arizona Trap & Skeet team at the ACUI Clay Target Championships in San Antonio, Texas

Shooters in a round of American Trap even work their way into a smooth cadence, calling for their targets and shooting in a rhythmic flow as a group.

Below are some more photos from yesterday's American Trap Championship at the NSSA-NSCA National Shooting Complex.


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