On Tuesday afternoons and evenings starting at 4:00 PM Oxford Gun Club offers Five Stand shooting.  Weather permitting there are two activities held on the skeet fields and adjoining shooting areas.  These fields are lighted for evening shooting.  The first is classic five stand as described below that normally utilizes six to eight throwers.  The second is five station sporting with two traps at each station.  Both shoot 25 target rounds and feature wireless release systems. Members/Juniors $7 Non-members $9

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Five Stand is a type of shotgun sport shooting similar to sporting claystrap and skeet. There are five stations, or stands and six to eighteen strategically placed clay target throwers(called traps). Shooters shoot in turn at various combinations of clay birds. Each station will have a menu card that lets the shooter know the sequence of clay birds he or she will be shooting at (i.e. which trap the clay bird will be coming from). The shooter is presented with 5 targets at each station, first a single bird followed by two pairs. Pairs can be either “report pairs,” in which the second bird will be launched after the shooter fires at the first; or “true pairs” when both birds launch at the same time. After shooting at the 5 birds on the menu at that station, the shooter proceeds to the next stand, where they find a new menu of 5 targets.

Typical five stand targets are a rabbit, chandelle, overhead, standard skeet high house and low house shots, teal (launched straight up into the air), trap (straight ahead from ground level), and an incoming bird.[1][2]