Enjoy a full day shooting an exciting range of challenging and varied simulated targets on some of the most renowned game shooting drives in the UK.
Our simulated game days take place on the stunning 5,000 acre West Wycombe Estate in Buckinghamshire. Seat of the Dashwood family for over 300 years, the Estate has long been regarded as one of the most popular and successful game shoots in the UK, being identified amongst The Field Magazine’s top 50 shoots on many occasions.
Whether you are looking for a day out with a difference to entertain clients and colleagues, or a social day of fun and fantastic sport as a single gun or a full team, our simulated game days are for you!
Various packages available, all of which include:
Prices start from £195.00 + VAT per person
Based on a minimum of 16 Guns
A Simulated Game Day provides the fun of a game day out of season. These days are rapidly growing in popularity as they offer all the fun and excitement of a game day with less expense and can offer great experience for novice shots. They also run out of season, which enables shooters to enjoy fantastic sport during the summer and keep their eye in for the upcoming shooting season.
The Estate lends itself perfectly to simulated game shooting due to its steep, wooded valleys and high hedges. West Wycombe is also home to a fine driven pheasant and partridge shoot and we endeavor to keep our simulated drives as close to the real thing as possible. Our targets are varied, challenging and mimic the traits of live quarry as accurately as possible.
We meet in the morning for coffee and breakfast before drawing pegs and heading to the first drives of the day. Refreshments are available throughout the day. We stop for elevenses, which is served infield. Guests will then complete the day with a two course lunch back at the shooting lodge.
For more information, prices and availability, please contact us today: 01494 883808 or email: email@example.com.
We are delighted to announce that we are running our simulated game days in association with BASC to support their initiative to promote great shooting throughout the seasons and also to encourage experienced and novice shots to try a wide variety of shooting disciplines.