Clay Pigeon Shooting
Often a more rural activity Clay Pigeon Shooting is fast becomming a popular team building and corporate event, days out are cheap and cheerfull and produce a great bonding experience.
Many people are regular rifle shooting fans, often spending hours on end in woods, farmland and foothills hunting for rabbits, pheasants, deer and foxes. The standard rifle is the .22, the more popular .223 for bigger targets couple with standard 4.10 shotgun for closer targets is the standard operating euipment for the casul hunter.
A nigh-time sport like lamping is usually for the more harder hunter gatherer, standard practice involves a quad bike, a large spec lamp, rifle and plenty of ammo. Rabbits are caught in the lights, starstruck for enough seconds for the shooter to take aim and fire, with the target facing in your direction a clear indicatuion of the whereabouts of the rabbit is obvious thanks to the glowing red eyes the lamping causes.
Por more information on shooting and venues to start shooting have a look at our boats karting and shooting venues page.