Shooters in Scotland will have a new clay ground on 1 March.
Based in Glencoe, the new shooting club will boast spectacular views usually reserved for ramblers and stalkers.
Director Charles Cran-Crombie said: “It’s very exciting. We have some of the most beautiful scenery in Britain, if not the world, and the ground will offer lessons with BASC and SCTA-qualified coaches for groups or individual shooters from the age of eight.”
The ground will use Promatic and Harrier traps, and will welcome 12 and 20-gauge shotguns, as well as .410.
A website will launch in the next few weeks, but for emerging details visit the Facebook page.