British driven pheasant shooting 2016

A short video filmed only a few days ago using an increasingly popular GoPro camera and posted on YouTube by #TweedsandPheasant.

The video shows a typical British driven pheasant day with the odd duck taken as well.

As a general rule of thumb for British driven shooting, birds flying lower than 25 yards high are not shot at by the Guns.

As the season goes on, these low flying birds will often fly stronger and higher.

Still mixed partridge and pheasant shooting days available for the 2016-17 season. Contact British Country Sports at enquiries@britishcountrysports.co.uk

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