Frank Troeh shot from San Diego to British Columbia under all conditions. In 1931, he shot 4,450 singles with an average of 98.15, and 2,100 handicap targets with an average of 91.61.
In 1931, Frank made 13 long runs ranging from 103 to 217 and completed 100,000 targets with an average of over 97%.
In 1931, Frank shot 3,950 singles with an average of 98.30 and 2,300 handicap targets with an average of 91.43. He also had the PITA doubles high average based on 870 targets with a 91.14.
In 1934 he set a PITA handicap record with 348 straight and was also high average leader in singles, handicap and doubles.
In 1935, Frank had a 99.05 average on 2,000 singles, a 94.58 average on 850 handicap and a 92.85 average on 616 doubles.
In 1939 it was written that Frank Troeh’s average in handicap shooting had never been equaled in the history of trapshooting. In that same year, Frank won all four championship events at the Oregon State Shoot: singles, handicap, doubles and HAA. It was the first time any shooter won all four championship events at any one state shoot.
The records set by Frank were unheard of at the time and some of them have yet to be duplicated. His averages and numerous wins continued until his last registered targets in 1959.