Aaron Orner knew his daughter Maddie had a gift when she was just 12-years old. “She wouldn’t miss a clay with a .410 at 15 to 20 yards,” he told Guns.com. Maddie has grown up since then and is soon to be a Freshman at Texas A&M but shooting with dad remains a past-time she enjoys. Her choice of shotgun has grown from semi-auto and over-under to pump-action with double clays, claiming it’s too easy with the former shotguns these days.
Whether or not classes will be in person this fall, shooting trap will always be a cherished and perfectly socially distanced way to celebrate freedom and family.