Simulated Game Shooting is a style of clay-target shooting that has become increasingly popular in recent years and Hunting Scotland is proud to be known as a pioneer of the sport in Scotland, having organised and run these days for well over 25 years. They are excellent practise along with being a lot of fun!
Hunting Scotland can offer organised days in three locations throughout Scotland:
Our Castlehill site sits on the edge of the Touch Moors just above Stirling, just ten minutes from the City centre. The venue for our popular monthly Simulated Club days the site offers numerous drives allowing us to present a huge variety of targets that will test everyone, from novice to experienced shot. If the weather is obliging you will also be treated to some of the most spectacular views around!
Hunting Scotland organises and runs Simulated Days on the prestigious Bandirran Estate, one of the top Pheasant / Partridge shoots in the UK. Utilising some of the actual drives used during the Game Season the topography allows us to present targets that are as close to the real thing as you will ever see. Truly one to be experienced.
We have access to, and can arrange Simulated Days on, four shooting estates in the Angus region on the East Coast of Scotland. Brechin Castle, Edzell Castle, Stracathro Estate and Morphie Estate are all established Game Shoots in the their own right and with judicious use of the existing drives we are able to present targets that closely resemble the flight of various species.
In each of the locations the day can be tailored to the party, with difficulty varied according to experience. We can further arrange loaders / minders / instructors as required.