If the standard games of trap and skeet get boring, you can try shooting the doubles version of each. Doubles trap consists of two targets launched simultaneously from each station. This time, the trap is set to send targets on a consistent flight path of 22 degrees right and 22 degrees left. From each position, one becomes a straightaway shot and the other an extreme angle. A round of doubles is 50 shells. It’s fast-paced and fun. Doubles skeet uses only stations 1 through 7. Two targets are thrown at each station, with the shooter starting at station 1 and moving through to station 7, and then back through the stations to reach 1 again—and finally, finishing at station 2. Some of the doubles are no different than in a regular round, but the pair of targets thrown on stations 3, 5 and 7 create a new and challenging situation.