- n a person who engages in shooting at clay pigeons that are hurled into the air by a trap
- Clyde Mitchell, Milwaukee professional trapshooter: the World's Open Championship, at Vandalia, Ohio.
- James Pilkington, 78, of Manhattan, oldtime policeman, Civil War veteran, contractor, boxer, wrestler, trapshooter, sculler, oarsman, bowler, trackman; of pneumonia; in Manhattan.
- An experienced trapshooter but hitherto unfamed, he started shooting in 1912, gave it up in disgust at his inefficiency in 1917, started to shoot again four years ago.
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More in Go! April 19, 2014, 4:15 p.m. EAST WENATCHEE — Last year, FFA trapshooter Eric Hinkle blasted 97 of 100 clay targets to be named state champ. In competition here Saturday, he hit 91.
April 19, 2014 - The Wenatchee World
- Susan Nattrass in Canada.com
My Dad (Floyd, also a trapshooter) was in the 1964 Olympics and that was Japan's coming-out party to the world and it was phenomenal,Nattrass said. "I was in the Ã”88 Olympics in Korea and that was phenomenal for that time, also.