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For those drawn to the thrill of shooting sports, Del Monte Gun Club presents an inviting atmosphere complemented by a variety of shooting activities designed for all skill levels. Established in 1948, this non-profit club boasts a legacy of community involvement and a passion for the sport that continues to thrive.

Main Features:

  • Offers 300 SUPER SPORTING CLAY targets in sporting clays tournaments
  • Events are held on weekends, with Saturday hosting 200 targets and Sunday 100 targets
  • Sporting clays, trap, and the unique “what cha call it” stand available
  • Located between the breathtaking Sangre de Cristo and San Juan mountain ranges
  • Provides coaching and training in Trap Shooting and Sporting Clays
  • Facilitates group events and corporate sponsorships
  • Well-appointed facility with capacity for 60 people, including kitchen facilities
  • Attractive pricing for members and non-members, with special rates for youth
  • Golf cart rentals and gift certificates available
  • Membership options for individuals and families
  • Supports community with fundraising events and opportunities for civic groups to raise funds

Strengths based on reviews:

  • Renowned for extremely friendly staff and an inclusive atmosphere
  • Regularly adjusted courses ensure a challenging yet fun experience for all ages
  • Known for competitive pricing and availability of carts and guns for use
  • High-quality target selection that optimizes the natural terrain
  • Commended for rarely having equipment issues during registered shoots
  • Celebrated for being a fantastic venue for group events like bachelor parties

Noted Weaknesses:

  • Some minor directional challenges with Google Maps location
  • Occasional hiccups with clay throwers during non-event days, though swiftly addressed




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