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A private shooting school offering clay shooting experiences. Individual or groups this Olympic Gold medal winning sport proves to be not only fun and addictive but safe under the supervision of the current England shooting Team shooting manager. We...more
Hours Today: 10:00 - 18:00
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
Manor Farm | Whitchurch, Bucks, Aylesbury HP22 4RB, England
Received a gift voucher for Christmas for a have a go day. Very interesting shop with old guns hanging up on display. Tutor was very good and a great sense of humor. 25 shells don't last very long. Good facilities and a very good café...More
Booked this as a birthday gift for my Godson Harvey and his dad...
From start to finish Guy was welcoming, engaging and attentive.
He patiently took the 'boys' through their safety training and then the fun began!!
I was overjoyed to see little Harvey move...More
Brilliant time was had by all. Mixed group of friends with many beginners and some more experienced. Guy was great fun, knowledgable and very patient explaining how to shoot. Fabulous open country views plenty of parking. Great BBQ and drinks as part of the package....More
Had the Master Class with Guy, fantastic. Guys knowledge about the sport is second to none and his enthusiasm is addictive. He is an excellent teacher and had me hitting double clays in no time, this was my first time clay shooting too.
We had a really great mornings clay shooting with Guy, Carol and Rob, started with a very warm welcome with coffee and bacon rolls. Guy then talked us through all the safety aspects of shooting. We had a group of 14, with mixed experience and...More
Guy and Carol made us feel welcome from the moment we rang to book the session. Guy is an excellent teacher and with much patience got us both hitting double clays by the end of the morning. Thoroughly enjoyed it.
A truly fantastic shooting experience with Guy! Started the day with a full English breakfast from Carol which set us up perfectly for the shooting masterclass.
Guy went through the health and safety aspects before starting us off with the basics of shooting...determining if we...More
Guy is a perfect calm tutor in the techniques of clay pigeon shooting. We enjoyed an unhurried and informative session with Guy today. Starting with the basics of 2 eyes open or 1 going on to one and two bird shooting. We will try and...More
Hi Kim, thank you for your question on a 7 year old shooting. Normally we state from 10 years and then a shorter session using the specially adapted lighter .410 shotgun is used. We have to be very cautious with very young... More
Hi Kim, thank you for your question on a 7 year old shooting. Normally we state from 10 years and then a shorter session using the specially adapted lighter .410 shotgun is used. We have to be very cautious with very young children as their attention span can be much shorter. We have a very different approach making the session fun and only giving a few shots. Even with air weapons we have the same policy as the law states that individuals have to be over 18 years old to possess one. In the previous cases here we have had younger children shoot but being part of a family where the youngest child came along and just had a few shots. The hand to eye co-ordination can also be challenging and eye dominance has generally not been defined at this age. I would suggest if you wish to book a session for your 7 year old then just a mini try for about 30 minutes. Remember that they will still be holding a lethal weapon that can kill or cause serious harm, so we have to install this from the very beginning. We have a very informal approach here at GB Shooting but safety is always taken very seriously. I think you will be told a very similar answer at every shooting school but some have an over 10 yrs. policy.