Join Olympic shooter and gold medalist Suzy Balogh and her wonderful team for a shooting range experience that will leave you feeling exhilarated! This session allows you to practice hitting moving clay targets with real 12 gauge shotguns and live ammo.
Once you arrive at the outdoor shooting range, you'll fill in a NSW Police declaration form and then it's time to get kitted up. You'll be wearing a shooting jacket, safety glasses and earplugs. There will be 10-16 others in the session and so everyone gets a name tag, so you're able to make friends! A safety briefing will follow, you will be shown how to handle the gun safely, how to hold it and how the ammunition works. You will then fire at clay targets from safety frames with one on one instruction.
You'll start with easy incoming single targets but once your aim gets better and you feel more confident the targets will become harder to shoot. Doubles, pairs, outgoing and crossing targets reveal who is the best and most accurate shot.
Group size is usually between 10-16 people.
Sessions may be cancelled/postponed by us due to extreme weather conditions. We cannot shoot in electrical storms or hail, and during torrential rain or extreme heat we will cancel/postpone.
Enclosed shoes are essential, no thongs or heels. Dress for the shooting range as you would for a golf range. No singlets, camouflage clothing, untidy or torn clothes or short shorts. Dress appropriately for the weather conditions.
Please notify us of any impairment so we can personally discuss if this is a suitable activity for you.
Minimum age of participants is 12 years. Participants 12-18 years must have a parent or legal guardian present throughout the session.
Those with injuries that would not be able to shoot safely should not participate or they should get clearance from their doctor e.g. neck or shoulder injuries
Once this experience has been confirmed, changes are at the discretion of the experience provider and arranged directly with them according to this policy:
Participants are advised to make their own insurance provisions in case of unforeseen circumstances in case of being unable to attend due to sickness, weather etc.