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Holland & Holland Shooting Grounds, Ruislip
One of the most traditional and beautiful game shooting grounds in the world can be found in the facilities of the Holland & Holland Shooting Grounds North West London. Where it has recently been awarded Clay Pigeon Shooting Association (CPSA) Premier Plus status. All experiences are welcomed and is a fantastic place to learn to shoot or improve your skills, due to their world class instructors.
Castle Hill, Devon
One of the most highly regarded place to shoot at is Castle Hill in Devon. This place is regarded by some as the best pheasant shoot in the world, thanks to the work of Gamekeeper Brian Mitchell, because of the high birds and beautiful surroundings. Accompanied with excellent shoot management and warm hospitality, this shoot is entirely memorable.
This 36,000-acre moor, owned by billionaire Robert Miller, is an enormous stadium for grouse shooting. Fuelled by Robert’s passion of grouse shooting and his ability to use his immense resources has created a vastly unique shooting experience. One of the best factors of this shoot is the breath-taking view of the moors.
Ripley Castle Shoot, North Yorkshire
“Traditional driven game shoots and grouse moors where a warm welcome and good shooting awaits you” – Ripley Sporting. This is perfectly true. The shoot is over an astonishing 7,000 acres of lowland near Ripley Castle and has seen shoot day of 300 birds. The focus on individual guns and small parties allows for an intimate shoot.
Warter Priory, East Yorkshire
This historical shoot strongly holds its position as one of the country’s best-known driven pheasant shooting destinations. It is set amongst 12,000 acres of fantastic arable land and use to hold the record for the highest number of birds shot during one game day: 3,824 pheasants, 15 partridges, 525 hares, 92 rabbits and three various. It’s no wonder regular visitor George Karr described it as “Coming here is like Christmas every day.”
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