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Shoot Year at a Glance
Sep 4,5 Edmonton Gold Leaf Shoot
Sep 11,12 Athabasca Ellis Crumb Memorial
Sep 18 Castor National Trap Day
Sep 19 Calgary National Trap Day
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Welcome to the APTA is the online home of the APTA, and the Alberta Provincial Trapshooting Championships! Here you can find event dates, host locations and contacts, as well as past champions and current programs. and the APTA are dedicated to the continued development of our sport, and to provide a forum for information and recognition of sponsors, contributors and past champions.

Purpose of the APTA

  • To maintain an affiliation with the Amateur Trapshooting Association
  • To control registered shooting in the province of Alberta in accordance with the rules of the ATA
  • To yearly organize and run the Alberta trapshooting provincials by the rules of the ATA
  • To promote a high degree of continuity in all ATA competitions in Alberta
  • To support by any means the existence and creation of the gun clubs promoting North American style Trapshooting in our province

Our Sponsors

 A big Thanks to Heather Brumwell and to the Bayer Company for their matching 5000$ donations.   These two sponsors allow us to have the first class provincials that we do.  


Sept 14/21

 The 600 bird event in Athabasca saw some high scores. Ken Kupsch took top honors with a 559 narrowly beating Art Peytons 557. Lynn Smith won the singles both days. Her first day  97 was followed with 100 straight on Sunday only a handful of shooters have received that pin and she is the first lady to do so. Rodney Smith shot a 95 in Sundays handicap to win and move himself back to the 27. 21 shooters took part in the competition  

Sept 9th21

  Edmonton gold leaf shoot had 21 shooters attend. Art Peyton was the HOA champion 551/600 winning the singles and doubles both days with 99 and 98 in singles and in doubles  95 and 92. Both days of handicap were won with scores of 92 one by lorne Umschied and one by Ken Kupsch. Donna Crockford took top honours in C singles both days with 88 and 94. Weather was good both days.  Next tournament is Athabasca Sept 11th and 12th.



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New Shooter Mentorship program

This program is designed to help new shooters through there first Alberta ATA shoot. The shooter will be contacted by their mentor and arrangements will be made to meet at the shoot. The mentor will help with registration and explain the  classing system. They will explain the bank board and get the new shooter to their first trap round and answer any questions that they can about trap shooting.  Any questions a new shooter may have about being mentored or becoming a mentor please contact Jesse Smith a text is preferred 780 523 6032 

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