NSW will be offering new-comers to clay pigeon and target shooting taster sessions across the country.
With National Shooting Week 2014 on the horizon (24-31 May), and in the run up to the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow this year, the public are being encouraged to try something new and turn their hand to shooting.
The week has been organised by the Countryside Alliance with the support of the British Shooting Sports Council, and will be the seventh successful event of its kind, with up to 60 shooting grounds nation-wide taking part. NSW aims to enable new-comers to try it out and hopefully stay on as part of the sport.
Following British victory in the shooting field at the 2012 Olympics, interest in the sport is high, which promises a huge turn-out to this year’s NSW. Executive chairman of the Countryside Alliance, Barney White Spunner, commented: “Who knows, we may discover a future sporting star at one of our events.”
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