Clay target shooting has many disciplines. Among them are American Skeet, International Skeet, ATA, PITA and Olympic Trap, Helice, Sporting Clays, Crazy Quail, Powder Pigeon and others.
The High House target and the Low House target heading toward the 3' diameter hoop located 18' out from Station 8 and 15' above the ground.
Since the Low House target has a greater vertical climb to make in order to pass through the hoop, it needs a bit more speed to make it there. The use of radar guns is permissible according to the NSSA Rules. Thus the Low House can be adjusted in speed from 48.0 to 48.9 m.p.h. versus the High House allowable speed of 46.0 to 46.9 m.p.h.
As a competitor shooting registered targets, you have the right to shoot regular targets that conform to the NSSA Rules and pass through the hoop. Shoot the targets the way they are supposed to be set.