Torrington Fish & Game Association

Skeet: yes | Trap: no | 5 Stand: no | Sporting: no | FITASC: no | Other: no | Birds: yes
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Route 4 to Weed Road. Club entrance is approximately one mile on the right.
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Club Type: Public/Member
Contact: Chris Kelsey/Skeet Chairman
Location: 650 Weed Road  Torrington, CT 06790
Phone: 860-489-9110
Club Hours:
Club is only open approx 8 months a year. April 1 to October 17: Wednesday evenings only 4-8:30 pm for regular shooting. May 1 to October 17: Tuesday and Wednesday evenings 4-8:30 pm for practice and beginners. Starting October 21st, Sunday mornings only from 8:30 until noon. Field is open while the weather cooperates, check the club website for closings. The public is invited. Cost is $5.00/round. Bring your own shells. Beginners welcome. Free instruction Now offering Modern skeet, both machines can wobble throwing targets at different heights


5 Reviews

  1. Relationship to facility: Visitor
    Number of visits: More than 10

    still a great little cozy and small operation. its a low stress fun place to visit. i do every time im in conn. great people. small crowd. its the kind of place that you come to shoot, but leave with new friends.

  2. Relationship to facility: Visitor
    Number of visits: More than 10

    still the best little one field no frills club in connecticut. for 4.00 a game, it cant be beat. arnold keeps those old winchester traps running smoothly.

  3. Relationship to facility: Visitor
    Number of visits: Once

    I have only been there once, was invited to shoot there by an aquiantence. Was my first time shooting skeet, and had a great time!

    The reasons that led to the great time are these,
    The folks there are super friendly, and didn’t mind a newbie slowing the pace.
    The range and area are well maintained.
    The gentleman that invited me to shoot there is one hell of an instructor(thanks Bob) and made me feel very comfortable.
    The price is beyond reasonable.

    Bottom line don’t hesitate to go.

  4. Relationship to facility: Visitor
    Number of visits: 2-5 Visits

    I first visited Torrington back in 1985/86. Much has changed since. Not as far as the one old skeet range itself, but the grounds. Skeet shooters now have a small (brand new) skeet clubhouse near the range built recently, so you don’t have to sit in your car with the motor running, (to stay warm on those cold winter days.) And too, new spotlights have been installed for night shooting. As far as the actual course, its still the old course in a grassy field with its shabby high and low house being held together with reinforcement beams bolted to the cinder block exterior. It works. I like it! That’s all that counts. The 8 shooting stations are not full size and a little small, but work just fine. The trap bunker has been abandoned and was voted into its neglected state soon after it was built decades ago. You can tell, since trees have grown up in front of the bunker. Trap is definitely dead here. Getting hold of anyone was a challenge, so I just packed up and showed up. I lucked out when someone was shooting and I joined in on a Tuesday afternoon. I had a great time. Cost for visitors was $4.00 a game. The range uses old Western single stack machines. Targets were slightly off flight line but not bad. Shooting 1 high at sunset is almost impossible as the target flies right into the red blazing ball of flames until it drops below the tree line. If small time operations and low key environments are your forte’, this is the club for you. It doesn’t get any smaller then this one. They only shoot one day a week in the winter and two days a week in the summer. Try your best to call before you come and make sure its open, or you may be disappointed to find it empty when you arrive. Hours are limited since the club grounds are used to hunt on as well. If I’m ever in town again, I will certainly stop in for a quick round. I hope you will too.

  5. Relationship to facility: Member
    Number of visits: More than 10

    The landscape is beautiful. The hunting is great and the fishing pond is very nice. The current management of the club is doing a great job.

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