Terms of Business
When visiting our locations great care must be taken and all directions of our staff must be followed. Using guns comes with inherent risks, you must be mindful of this fact and accept that we may not be liable for any injury, loss, damage or death where we have not been negligent.
You must be over the age of 12 years, if you are under the age of 18 you must be accompanied by an adult.
You must dress adequately for the weather and field conditions.
You must have a reasonable level of fitness and well-being.
If you have mobility issues or are disabled you are very welcome, just let us know in advance so we can make the necessary arrangements to accommodate.
You must not have consumed any alcohol, drugs controlled or uncontrolled, legal highs or any other substance or matter that could reduce your ability to handle a firearm safely.
You must not be a prohibited person as defined under section 21 of the Firearms Act 1968.
You do not need to hold a shotgun certificate or firearms license to visit one of our locations as there is an exception under section 11(a) of the Firearms Act in place or a section 11(6).
If you own your own gun and wish to bring it to the booking we must be informed in advance and you will need to also bring your shotgun certificate.
Only ammunition provided by us can be used on our locations.
Only section 2, not section 1 firearms may be used at our locations.
To help protect our staff and the public you are not able to book and shoot on the very same day or turn up and shoot at one of our locations without booking in advance.
If you book for between 1 and 4 people we will ask for the full payment upfront. If you book for 5 people or more we will ask for a 50% deposit of the total amount.
Your chosen date and time of the booking is secured once payment has been received.
Payments and bookings are non-refundable under all circumstances unless we cancel due to events beyond our control such as sickness or equipment failure.
Please make sure you attend the booking on time and at the correct location.
If you fail to arrive for your scheduled booking it will be cancelled and no refunds will be given. This is because we have setup, stocked and staffed your specific event and can not easily or quickly replace a cancelled booking with another.
If you book for 5 people or more the balance must be paid the day before the booking or you may be subject to a surcharge.
Changes to bookings
Once a booking is made it can not usually be changed. However we may allow a change to be made at our discretion depending on the circumstances.
For operational reasons we reserve the right to change the location of the booking at any time as long as it does not result in an additional 30 minutes of travel time between the pre-arranged location and the new location.
If you have booked a group of 5 or more and have paid a deposit;
You may reduce the number of people attending and receive their deposit back or a credit note towards the final balance as long as the reduction in participants is no more than 35% of the total group number and this change is made at least 14 days prior to the booking taking place.
You can increase the number of participants subject to the payment of a deposit for their place.
Poor Weather Conditions
On the rare occasion poor weather conditions and weather warnings may prevent the booking from going ahead. Several options are open to you if this is the case;
You can move the booking to our sister company and shoot indoors on the simulator at the same date and time or that of a mutually agreed date and time.
You can exchange the booking value paid for gift vouchers that shall be valid for and redeemable within a 24 month time frame.
You can reschedule your booking to another date and time.
We do not issue refunds for poor weather as we have a policy of shared liability when conditions prevent a booking from progressing.
The coach in charge on the day shall have the final decision concerning weather conditions and if a booking can go ahead.
Hearing protection must be worn at all times.
Eye protection must be worn at all times.
One of the inherent risks of the sport is falling clay targets and broken pieces falling from the air.
No person other than staff may enter any exclusion zone or pass any barrier.
Any of our staff may refuse to allow any person to shoot at our locations if they have reasonable grounds to do so and concerns regarding the safety and security of shotguns and the public.