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Frequently asked questions about Shooting Experiences & Activities

What is Target Practice?

Target practice is a way of helping you learn and perfect your shooting skills. It takes a lot of focus and careful precision to achieve a perfect shot, so a shooting class will give you all the tips and techniques that you need to be the sharpest shooter in your group!

What Weapons Do You Use During A Shooting Experience?

We have a number of fantastic experiences for you and your friend to book and try out. Most of them will help you practice a specific weapon, whereas some of them will get you trying a variety of different guns and weapons. We offer the following shooting experiences: clay pigeon shooting, rifle shooting, pistol shooting as well as a variety of archery workshops.

What Is Clay Pigeon Shooting?

Clay pigeon shooting is an experience that will see you shooting at clays that are the shape of birds. It’s the harmless and ethically friendly alternative to real pigeon shooting. The targets are the same size as real birds but are made from clay. Simple! You can check out our clay pigeon experiences here.

How Old Do You Need to Be for A Shooting Experience?

You need to be at least 18 years of age to partake in a shooting experience.

What Events Are Shooting Experiences Good for?

Shooting experiences are a great way to get a group of work colleguestogether to promote bonding or to experience something new with your friends during a birthday party. You’ll be attempting to land the best shot, so there’s an element of competitiveness that will go down well on a stag do!

How To Play Airsoft?

Airsoft is an immersive shooting experience that’ll see you playing against your mates in specially crafted combat zones. To play, you’ll be split into two teams where you’ll need to start at opposite ends of the battle fields. There’ll be lots of military style obstacles in your way and shelter areas. The aim is to get as many people on the opposing team out of play. It’s similar to paintball, but you’ll use BB pellets instead of paint.