As unsurprising as it may be, the path of Champion Traps and Targets began with a Richmond plant producing clay targets. Founded in 1974 as a division of Federal Cartridge Company, Champion Target was strategically placed in close proximity to a raw material source. The clay production machines, built to last ages, are still in use today, accompanied by some last-generation siblings. Though the brand is first and foremost known for its clay targets, its product line has been gradually expanding over the last few years. Champion Target was renamed Champion Traps & Targets in 2004, with the new name highlighting the company’s expertise in manufacturing trap-throwing machines. Today, Champion Traps and Targets produce a wide range of shooting accessories and range gear in addition to clay targets and trap throwers.
Clay targets have long ceased to be the only type of targets produced by the brand. Champion went beyond the boundaries of clay shooting and introduced several target designs meant for precision rifle shooting. The Champion steel target collection includes pop-up and spinner models, featuring a variety of target designs from diamond-shaped to animal-shaped ones. If you are willing to know exactly how precise your shots are, consider taking a look at the brand’s paper targets. Available in several configurations, with a different number of bullseye targets per page, Champions paper targets are printed on high-quality paper and feature a record-keeping section for you to leave your notes in.
Champion Iron Sights
Some might think that mounting a sight on a shotgun won’t change much, but those are people who never tried doing so themselves. The Champion shotgun sight collection includes exclusively low-profile, fiber-optic devices. A Champion Easyhit shotgun sight comes in several lengths and colors, so you can find the one matching your own preferences.
This is not a finite list of goods, produced by Champion Trap & Targets, which you can find on Gritr Sports. We also have several Champion wheelybird remote controls, bipods, and release traps you can use while practicing on the range.