Whether a beginner with no experience and equipment or a seasoned shot with lots of shooting experience, there is something for everyone whether young or old. The Shooting School, located on the Llyn Peninsula, has much to offer. It is listed amongst the country's premier establishments and few can offer the quality of presentation against such stunning countryside; realistic and enormous fun.
True beginners who have never handled a shotgun before, within a very short time, will be excited by their performance and achievements. The introduction proceeds in a logical, structured and unhurried manner preparing you thoroughly with confidence to step out for your first shooting experience.
Individual lessons allow for a full hour of instruction. You may wish to come along with friends. There is a low client: instructor ratio to ensure all receive sufficient attention, a vital pre-requisite for success. A typical group introduction to shooting would normally last for two hours and comfort and safety are assured.
Once the domain of gentlemen, ladies shoot straight too and often with a lot less fuss!
A day long course designed exclusively for the budding Lady shot covers all the fundamentals for ladies who wish to start shotgun shooting. It’s friendly, informative and lots of fun! Smaller gauge guns combined with low noise, low recoil cartridges, guarantee a safe and comfortable introduction to shooting.
For boys and girls, usually from age 10 years old and under eighteen years; a young shots lesson is safe, fun and informative. The "no compromise" approach to introduction, safety and coaching ensures comfort, success and an appreciation of the responsibility held by the participant. Parents or guardians are asked to remain present throughout.
Regular clay target shooters will find both varied and challenging layouts with the selection of targets limitless. The shooting grounds are a course builders dream.
Together with a valuable complement of hand operated machines, there are radio controlled automatic sporting ball traps, providing an almost limitless variation of shooting stands (you’ll need a good cartridge budget to exhaust the course).
And there's more than the shooting as the grounds look out over breathtaking scenery; virtually the whole of the Snowdon range overshadows the School.
For the live quarry shot, Simulated Game Drives are very realistic and great fun, providing really useful pre - season practice. The focus is on safety, the role of gun fit; to master style, technique combined with knowledge of the behaviour of quarry; these are the very foundations common to every great game shot.
"Straight Shooting" does not happen by chance; good shots, born shots, all have become polished and seasoned through the stint of practice and more practice. A shooting ground, properly designed and equipped, is the place to retreat to.
This includes "Grouse" hurtling towards the butts..."Partridges" bursting over the hedgerows... "Pheasants" from a surprise bouquet to the highest, fastest "hen". These will test any seasoned shot!
Ideal for syndicates of a minimum of six guns, shooting 100, 200 or 300 "birds". Every "drive" presents a varied and realistic flush of "birds" and your "bag" can range from 100 to 300, and by this we mean shots per person. If you prefer, you can shoot The Half Day – 100 to 200 "birds.
And shooting provides company guests with fun days out in the countryside