Located amongst the beautiful countryside of the Black Mountains & the Brecon Beacons National Park, in South Wales, with spectacular scenery that includes gorges, rivers and mountains - all for you to enjoy while you take part in the exciting activity of clay pigeon shooting.
- Full Instruction
- Qualified Instructors
- All Equipment
- Refreshments Nearby
Very enjoyable, instructor whose name I believe was Mick was excellent and was very helpful for novices that we were.
Great morning shame about the weather but that’s not your fault
Really good instructor very clear and informative
And the girl on the trap was great too
Carl was lovely and very patient - a great teacher! Amazing experience to do together for my partners birthday. Can’t wait to go again!
The guns were excellent and for novices everything was excellent. The staff were very helpful and friendly and spent time to explain and inform on errors made.
Wow, what a fantastic day. Mike was a superb instructor. We are already recommending you to our friends!
Clay shooting was great fun and a very helpful assistant
An absolutely fantastic experience!
Absolutely enjoyable day, will definitely repeat the experience, overall fantastic day
It was our first time shooting and we had a brilliant time. Our instructors Hayden and Luke were friendly, attentive, knowledgeable and patient. Highly recommend Big Shoot in the Brecon area.
Excellent all-round. Instructors were very approachable and willing to help. Very enjoyable experience for both my wife and I. Will certainly recommend the experience to others.
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Venue Ref: 8059-5
Prices at this location are in GBP
25 Clay Shoot - GBP 51.00pp
- Min. Group: 2
Your experienced instructor will introduce you to the shotgun and run through a safety brief before getting started. You will then have a chance to try some clay pigeon shooting for yourself. Don’t worry if it’s your first time, the coach will be close at hand to help you and after a few practice shots you will soon be getting your eye in. Once you have mastered hitting the clays one at a time, you can do the same with two disks flying past at the same time - of course you can!