CLAY PIGEON SHOOTING
Standing on a beautiful island, the sea in the distance, panoramic views all around with France and neighbouring Alderney Island visible on clear days, shotgun against your shoulder as you carefully take aim… there are surely few things more James Bond than that. So if perfecting your shooting skills on a remote island getaway appeals to you, an activity not to be missed is clay shooting with the island’s very own Gold Medallist, Nick Dewe.
Nick has 20 years’ experience shooting clay targets on Sark and in the UK and Europe. He has represented Sark at clay target shooting in the Island Games since 2003, winning 2 Golds, 5 Silvers and 2 Bronze medals, as well as representing Guernsey at the 2006 Commonwealth Games in Melbourne.
GROUP SIZE AND AGE RESTRICTIONS
Minimum of five people. Smaller parties will incur a small setup fee and five days’ notice is required.
Children need to be 10 or over and physically big enough to hold the gun correctly to be able to shoot. (Nick has final discretion on whether a guest is capable of safely shooting.)
All equipment supplied (shooting glasses / ear protection / shooting vests / guns)
The shooting range is located at the north end of the Island, on the east side of La Eperquerie Common.
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