May be on the skeet range but you shouldn't even be able to tell a difference on the trap range.That works really well until you shoot black powder shells (haha). I recently purchased an old German Cape Gun that was manufactured around 1890ish. Loaded myself up some brass shells with a “light” load (according to load data) and headed off to the range. I’m far from great but I’m consistently hitting around 23. Well that was until I tried my new treasure. I think I ended up hitting around 8 birds which it’s fun to shoot sure, but I like hitting the little buggers even better. Wasn’t till the end of my round that I figured out that I was shooting WAY behind the birds, those BP loads are moving considerably slower than a smokeless 16 gauge load. Drrrrrrrrrrr , what a dope I was.