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There are three types of trap games that are shot in the United States
Singles is considered to be the easiest of the three disciplines. In singles, the shooter stands 16 yards behind from the “trap house” and shoots at targets that fly away from the shooter at random angles. Shooters are grouped into squads, usually made up of up to five people. There are five positions on a trap field. During the course of a game, each shooter will shoot at five targets from each station. This gives participants a different view of the target flying through the air. Each position is a constant 16 yards from the center of trap house, each one is spaced three feet apart forming a small arc.