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The Clay Shooting area offers the opportunity for all abilities to take part. The layout and course, as usual, has been designed and set up by "Elite Clays" and kindly Sponsored by Hull Cartridge.
Have you ever seen clay shooting and thought you’d like to 'have a go' well now is your chance.
These stands are set up for novices to come and try the Clay Shooting experience.
There is no age restriction - 9 to 90 come and give it a try!
There will be qualified and friendly instructors to look after you, with a gun that suits your needs. Clays, cartridges and safety protection are provided.
- 40 Target Sporting Re–entry (Individual competition for participants that have their own gun)
- Club Class 40 sporting re- entry (Separate prize fund / articles)
- Pool Shoot 8 targets
Classes : Open – Juniors – Ladies – Keepers (Juniors under 18 )
The 3 overall highest scores (irrespective of class) from each of the 3 days will go into a Super Final on Sunday afternoon with the chance of winning the 'Top Gun' prize for this competition.
You can only qualify for this shoot off on one day, if your score is one of the top 3 on another day your name will be dropped allowing a final place to go to someone else.
For shooters that have never had a classification, or have never been classified above B class in any discipline
Break all of the targets to get a "life" for the shoot off to win a share of the 'pool' at the end of the day
Due to the immense popularity of this event the "Gnat planes" are back. You have the opportunity to have 5 fly pasts where you can attempt to shoot down the plane!! (Just for Fun)
Fully supervised so anyone can have a go.
Gun, cartridges and safety protection are provided.
Holt’s Auctioneers is sponsoring the Young Shots clay shooting competition at the GWCT Scottish Game Fair.
Holt’s, the specialist auctioneer of fine modern and antique firearms, is donating a silver trophy dated 1923, which will be awarded to the winners. Each winner will also receive a tweed jacket and breeks from Cordings worth £750, a free subscription to The Field magazine and £200 in cash.
The GWCT Scottish Game Fair competition will be held on the Sunday of the event. Participants up to the age of 18 simply sign up at the entry tent, pay the £13 entry fee and shoot a 40-bird English Sporting layout. The highest score wins and in the event of a tie there will be a shoot off.
Nicholas Holt of Holt’s Auctioneers commented: “Young Shots are the future of shooting in the UK and we are delighted to be sponsoring these two exciting competitions which will go a long way to raising the profile of shooting among young people and to encourage more of them to take up this fantastic sport.”
Participants are reminded that cartridges must be fibre wad and the shot size no heavier than 28gram. Cartridges will be available in the main control tent where you will get your Sporting entry and any other information youmay require.
Hearing and eye protection is compulsory for shooters and recommended when in close proximity of the shooting.
Take advantage of the on-site storage for your shotguns. If you wish to temporarily store your shotgun during the fair you must produce a valid shotgun certificate.
BASC at the shooting area
The BASC can offer a full range of shotgun coaching sessions including "Safe Shot" which is a BASC award, which recognizes your knowledge of shotgun safety and gun handling.
Guns, cartridges and safety equipment are available. To get more information go to the BASC tent on Gunmakers Row in front of the Clay shooting area.
For Shooting Competition results from 2016 please click here
For Shooting Competition results from 2015 please click here
For Shooting Competition results from 2014 please click here