New shooting north of the border

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.

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5 comments on “New shooting north of the border
  1. Paul Mills says:

    Fantastic! Could’nt be a better place to shoot. Great news for the area and sure it will be very popular. Area definatley has everything needed. Looking forward to getting a shot at the first clays!!

  2. Pete Denston says:

    Hi Charles,

    I can’t wait to pop up and book a session. Can you recommend places to stay in the area?

    Pete Denston

  3. Pete Denston says:

    Hi Charles,

    I can’t wait to pop up and have a go. Is there anywhere you would recommend to stay.


    • Hi Pete, many apologies for the huge delay in getting back to you, if you could email me on,, the dates you will be arriving in the area i will send you links to all the accommodation that is on offer in the area, i can also recommend some incredible restaurants…

      look forward to your reply

      Kind Regards

      Charles Cran-Crombie

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