Ever wanted to test your aim? Well now is your chance to try clay target shooting with a real 12-gauge shotgun under the direction of an Olympic gold medalist!
Upon arrival at the outdoor shooting range, you'll fill in a NSW Police declaration form before getting kitted up. You'll be wearing a shooting jacket, safety glasses and earplugs. There will be 10-16 others in the session and so everyone gets a name tag, so you're able to make friends! A safety briefing will follow, you will be shown how to handle the gun safely, how to hold it and how the ammunition works. You will then fire at clay targets from safety frames with one-on-one instruction.
You'll first begin with easy single incoming targets. Once your aim gets better and you feel more confident, the targets will become harder to shoot. Doubles, pairs, outgoing and crossing targets will reveal who is the best and most accurate shooter. As a memento of your session, you'll take home an autographed clay target.
Fitness / Experience:
Those with injuries that would not be able to shoot safely should not participate or they should get clearance from their doctor e.g. neck or shoulder injuries.
Participants aged 12-18 require a legal guardian to be present throughout the session
Unlicensed participants need to complete the P650 good behaviour Police declaration form and be able to answer "NO" to all of the questions to be able to participate.
Adventurer To Bring:
Wear loose comfortable clothing, suitable to the weather on the day
Wear sensible enclosed footwear
Sunglasses are a good idea
What is supplied:
One-on-one instruction from qualified staff, most of whom are Australian representatives