I was shooting my 870 TB and they were shooting O/U's. One guy admired it and offered to buy it from me on the spot for over what I paid. Another guy is a national competitor and he had an $20,000 Trap gun, Perazzi I think. Cool group, super helpful and welcoming. Got myself a new Saturday haunt I think. Can't wait to go again. Guy said he gave me enough to chew on for one day and I drew myself a lil schematic of the hold spots he was showing me on where to hold my barrel in relation to the trap house at each station. He said next time he'd tell me a lil about foot stance, etc.... I've been wanting to cut my teeth on trap for a while and I got a lil taste and I really enjoyed it. I would have shot 4 more rounds. What surprised me is I was thinking as I was driving to the range, looking at the 100rd packs of shells, boy I'm gonna be sore if I shoot all those. Funny thing is I shot 100rds of 12ga and don't feel sore at all. I appreciate a few of you guys here that steered me in the right direction on a few things about trap, I've had a couple threads I started over the last year asking about it and you guys who replied were right, those guys at the range were super helpful and I think happy to see a new trap shooter. When I pulled up to the gate the guy asked if I was there for trap and I told him I was and he seemed pleased I was there. Good times.