Club Type: Public
Contact: Rachel Hopkins
Location: 6420 NE 176th St. Smithville, MO 64089
Phone: (816) 532-4427
Wednesday: 4:00P - 9:00P Saturday: 11:00A - 5:00P Sunday: 11:00A - 5:00P
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I am a former member of the KCTA. I have known the manager since he was a trapboy, at Elliott’s Shooting Park, in the late 70’s. He has been involved with shooting & shooters his entire adult life. Lynn, like the KCTA, is dedicated to the shooting sports. He runs one of the greatest gun clubs in America. This club & the area it is set in makes it a much desired destination for any clay target shooter & family. The helpful staff & management, make the seasoned shooter or novice feel at home. Located at Smithville Lake and close to World’s of Fun, there are many reasons to attend the ATA shoots thru the season. I would tell anyone this is a great place to come.