Clay Pigeon Shooting for One (25 Clays) near Stirling
- A testing hand-eye activity for one person
- Includes 25 Clays
- Customised course depending on your skill level and experience
- Less than an hour from Glasgow or Edinburgh
Venture into the countryside for a fun day out clay pigeon shooting near Stirling.
This challenging activity is a testing hand-to-eye coordination experience. From your stall, keep an eye out for the clays as they come out of the undergrowth at different frequencies and directions to keep you on your a-game. Your hand-eye co-ordination and reaction times will be put to the test as you aim and fire at these fast moving targets.
You’ll receive a tuition from the friendly, professional instructors from safety through to correct stance and mount, and onto swinging the gun and breaking targets before venturing out to the clay pigeon trap.
This custom built site and electronic sensors that fire 25 clay pigeons up into the air can be preset to your skill level. Don’t worry if you’re a novice, this activity is suitable for all abilities and the instructors will show you exactly what to do.
Based in the Touch Hills overlooking Stirling, the intimate location is a beautiful place to spend the day.
Available at 1 Location
Touch Estate, Stirling
This experience entitles one person to the experience
Allow 2 hours for the experience
Can be done in most weather conditions, high winds may postpone or cancel the activity
Suitable for ages 14+. Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult
Welcome to watch from the activity lodge
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