SIMULATED GAME SHOOTING / CLAY PIGEON SHOOTINGDUNCTON QUARRY SIMULATED GAME SHOOTING
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Take on some of the highest clay pigeons in the UK.
Stand under 5000 clay pigeons over 4-6 drives.
From hospitality to the format of the day, our Simulated Game Shooting replicates every aspect of a typical driven shoot.
Emma Moseley – Royal Agricultural University Shooting Team Marketing Executive
Atlas Sporting put on an outstanding simulated day at the Quarry. With something to suit and challenge all abilities, in a setting unlike anything else I’ve seen before, I’d thoroughly recommend it to anyone looking for a fun and exciting day’s shooting.
Upon booking one of our team will be in touch with directions to the shoot.
We start the day at 9:30am with pastries, tea, coffee and a briefing before shooting 4 – 6 drives, with two guns per peg each taking it in turns to shoot and load. The targets will simulate driven pheasants, partridges and pigeons. For private bookings the targets can easily be tailored to suit your requirements, taking into account the experience of the team of guns.
If your team are up for a challenge you will also have the option to stand at the foot of the tallest wall of our quarry and take on some of the highest driven clays in the Southeast.
After 2 drives we will pause for a delicious elevenses with prosecco and beer. At the end of the day, we will have an alfresco or pub lunch depending on the weather.
The quarry contains a lot of chalk and can get quite dusty in the dry and very sticky in the wet. We advise you to wear comfortable shoes that you don’t mind getting chalk on.
As you can imagine, simulated game shooting involves a lot of looking up. Therefore, on sunny days we recommend sunglasses or at least a cap to shield your eyes from the sun. We also strongly recommend you bring hearing protection.
Please wear smart-casual shoot day attire.
You should bring at least 500 cartridges. If you are shooting a 12 bore we recommend 21 to 28 gram 7s or a 21 to 24 gram 7s for a 20 bore.
An over and under or side by side shotgun.
Get Booked In
£195 / per person
What time should I arrive?
What cartridges should I bring and how many?
Will I need my own transport?
Can I come on my own?
Can I bring a non-shooting guest?
Yes, non-shooting guests can come for £40 a head.
Do I need a shotgun licence and insurance?
Each person shooting will need a shotgun licence and insurance.
We can organise insurance through our partnership with CCC3 if you don’t already have it, simply mention that you require insurance when you enquire.
Do you offer upgraded hospitality?
Yes, private bookings are completely customisable. Just mention your requirements when you enquire.