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 Simulated Game Shooting A Great Day Out 
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Simulated Game Shooting A Great Day Out
by: Neil Maycock




Simulated Game shooting can be a great corporate day out for all. With all the experience of a real game shoot and in the hands of expert shooters you can guarantee fun for all. Whether its partridges, grouse or pheasant the entire day can be simulated heaven.

Game shooting is a great way to brush up on team building and create a sense of togetherness, whilst having fun in beautiful scenery and some great locally sourced food too. The day’s out usually start in the morning, with a breakfast and an introduction/safety brief before the first and second shoot. After the second shoot, there is a usual break for lunch before the third and final shoot.

So how exactly does simulated game shooting work?

Simulated game shooting starts where a machine called a ‘trap’ launches the spinning discs up in the air of upto 100 metres. These ‘trap’s’ depending on the type used can often load up to 600 discs at once. And can be released in single’s or pairs. ‘Traps’ are either released by remote control or some may even be activated by voice recognition. The speeds or the discs can be easily be manipulated according to the required game.

There are various guns according to the event location. These are normally single shot shotguns, however the experienced the gun user may choose semi automatic, pump shotguns or side-by-side guns. Some events may allow you to bring your own cartridge or these need to follow set guidelines as set down by the CPSA.

The other safety equipment needed can often be safety Goggles, ear plugs or a padded jacket.

Simulated game shoots may also include a set of ground targets. These include squirrels or rabbits than can often bounce or roll across the ground. Game shooting is a great way to both exercise and breaks away from the traditional corporate

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Neil Maycock writes articles for http://www.shootinggrounddurham.co.uk
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