British Simulated Driven Game Shooting

“Sim Days” where clay pigeons are used to simulate game birds (grouse, partridge and pheasants) being “driven” over the waiting line of Guns are extraordinarily popular in Britain.

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Sim Days normally consist of 4 drives – each of 2 flushes (shoot 1 – load 1) accompanied by a delicious pub or picnic luncheon.

Contact our helpful Country Concierge staff to organise a day on the clays with your family, friends, work colleague, business associates or for a charity fun raiser.


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