Larkhill Clay Target Shooting Club - Sunday 26th Oct

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Anyone fancy getting some practice in one Sunday, down at the Larkhill Clay Target shooting Club, Royal School of Artillery? They're open on the 26th of this month.

IIRC, round of (100) sporting is £20, cartridges and gun hire are available and there's no restriction on plastic wads. I have a spare sporting and skeet gun, if needed. There's plenty of room in the Shogun and company pays the fuel bill.

They also have Skeet, DTL, ABT and a compact layout - all at £5/25 clays if memory serves.
Any more sporting Arrser fancy a day on the clay, this coming Sunday?
 
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mediumwhiteamericano has confirmed his place in our Battery of Arrse Gunners’. Ooh Err! Misses!
 
#5
BUMP!

Anymore clay busters out there?
 
#6
normally I would have loved it, as I live down there at weekends, apart from this weekend, which doesn't help, as I am going to be up in London with my daughter for half term..

Bugger. BTW, what do you know of the rifle club in Tidworth? The landlord of a boozer on the wilts/hants border, who is a pal, and who I normaly do clays with, has reccommended it to me.
 
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londonirish said:
normally I would have loved it, as I live down there at weekends, apart from this weekend, which doesn't help, as I am going to be up in London with my daughter for half term..

Bugger. BTW, what do you know of the rifle club in Tidworth? The landlord of a boozer on the wilts/hants border, who is a pal, and who I normaly do clays with, has reccommended it to me.
Sorry, I can't help. My last stint at the School was in '92. Now days I am only an occasional visitor. You could post a thread in the Shooting Sports forum, though.
 
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London

Have you seen this thread >linky< Re a shoot at ATR Pirbright in November?

Basic details:
£35 per person and he will supply the cartridges, trophies, plus teas/coffees. This is for a 25 cartridge warm up and a 50 cartridge competition shoot.
PM JoseyWales for more G2.
 
#9
Thanks, don't worry, I did.

My particular interest is to buy a 303, which is what I used to shoot on the CCF, prior to becoming a demon shot with various slr's, because I found them easy in comparison.

The chums on arrse, not to be confused with bum chums of course, gave me some very good pointers about how to buy one, get a license etc, and so on.

My pal knows some chaps on the Tidworth thing, and I'm told there are loads of blokes who do the whole Lee Enfield thing.

I do love doing clays though, its so different, and so very satisfying when you're "on".

My favourite EVER clay shoot was on a bit of farming land just inside the M25, just north of the M40 junction, where we had 20 bores (ideal for clays) lots of various 12s, including self-loading, side by sides etc, other than the usual over and under.

It is fantastic fun, and I'm sorry I can't join you, as this is one of only four or five weekends p.a. that I am not in the Salisbury Plain area.
 
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londonirish said:
Thanks, don't worry, I did.

My particular interest is to buy a 303, which is what I used to shoot on the CCF, prior to becoming a demon shot with various slr's, because I found them easy in comparison.

The chums on arrse, not to be confused with bum chums of course, gave me some very good pointers about how to buy one, get a license etc, and so on.

My pal knows some chaps on the Tidworth thing, and I'm told there are loads of blokes who do the whole Lee Enfield thing.

I do love doing clays though, its so different, and so very satisfying when you're "on".

My favourite EVER clay shoot was on a bit of farming land just inside the M25, just north of the M40 junction, where we had 20 bores (ideal for clays) lots of various 12s, including self-loading, side by sides etc, other than the usual over and under.

It is fantastic fun, and I'm sorry I can't join you, as this is one of only four or five weekends p.a. that I am not in the Salisbury Plain area.
A simple "I can't make it" would've sufficed ;)
 
#11
LEFTY478 said:
I'll have some of that, too.

As an aside: Anyone fancy getting some practice in one Sunday, down at the Larkhill Clay Target shooting Club, Royal School of Artillery? They're open on 12th & 26th this month.

IIRC, round of (100) sporting is £20, cartridges and gun hire are available and there's no restriction on plastic wads. I have a spare sporting and skeet gun, if needed. There's plenty of room in the Shogun and company pays the fuel bill.

They also have Skeet, DTL, ABT and a compact layout - all at £5/25 clays if memory serves.
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