Shooting for the Future is a two-day course, with the first day dedicated to shooting skill and the second covering shoot management. Each day can be booked individually for £100 (£65 for GWCT or BASC members), or those wishing to attend both can book both days for £170 (£120 for GWCT or BASC members). All fees include the cost of clays, cartridges, lunch and refreshments.
GWCT and BASC members wishing to take advantage of the reduced rate should contact Lynda Ferguson on 01425 651013 or at email@example.com to book these tickets.
BASC and the GWCT have teamed up to offer a new course aimed at improving shooting skills and shoot management.
The next Shooting for the Future event will take place at Ripley Castle, North Yorkshire, on 8 and 9 May. The first day will and concentrate on shooting techniques and the second day on shoot management techniques. You can take the two days together, or just book one day.
Day one begins with an interactive session discussing the issues surrounding wounding loss in the field, and the factors responsible for poor shooting. There will then be a number of practical activities including a shooting skill exercise, range-judging and a patterning workshop. The afternoon session will focus on how to shoot better within your capabilities; BASC shotgun coaches will spend two to three hours with each group working on their individual shooting skills. The day will end with a constructive feedback session.