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The most gentlemanly way to stand in a field, fire a gun and practice your sharpshooting with absolutely no feathers involved but a whole lot of competition and probably quite a few misses to start with too. Looking the part flat cap, pipe n’all isn’t very hard, but actually hitting something is, so shout pull, focus, shoot and hope you don’t get laughed at!
Clay pigeon shooting is formally known amongst the British gentry as ‘Inanimate Bird Shooting’. In a nutshell, it is the art of shooting special flying targets known as ‘clay pigeons’ or clay targets with a shotgun.
Clay pigeon shooting is definitely a stag weekend activity for men who want to bust out in tweed, deer stalkers and pipes. As an activity we don't think it could be any more British. It’s a real skill to hit those clay pigeons and an excellent test of hand eye coordination. The art is to follow the target from the moment it is released from the trap but remember to keep the shotgun firmly buried into your shoulder because it delivers one hell of a kick back! (Seriously you have been warned…) You'll receive expert tuition before competing in a gentlemanly manner against your chums. There really isn't too much equipment to worry about - a shotgun and ear protectors are provided and the rest (by this I mean the tweed) is optional and must be supplied by yourselves. This activity comprises of two elements that men love best - guns and competitive rivalry. Huzza!*
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Very easy booking and payment procedure, the fact that each person can pay separately, takes the hassle out of chasing up money for the organiser (me!) The staff are very friendly and helpful and full of good ideas and suggestions. The weekend in Brighton was good value, with comedy club and meal, clay pigeon shooting and free entry to a lap dancing club. I would recommend this company to anybody. - Sarzi Heath (Stag Company Trust Pilot)