We want you to enjoy your visit to Central Scotland Shooting School. You, our members
and customers, are our most important asset, we therefore welcome your feedback on
all aspects of the service and facilities we provide. Let us help you to enjoy your
clay target shooting by telling us what you expect from us. Your comments and feedback
are invaluable in ensuring that we tailor our services to best meet your requirements.
Central Scotland Shooting School
Clay target shooting is an ideal and informal way to enjoy yourself whilst improving
eye and hand coordination, in an easy to learn challenge.
Corporate Events Clay shooting is a different and unusual way to develop, train and
encourage employees and assess their response to training and new ideas. Clay shooting
is ideal for team building exercises, inter company or departmental friendly competitions,
or just a great recreational activity for whoever you invite.
Stag and Hen parties Don’t worry if you haven’t shot before, we will instruct you
in all aspects of safe gun handling before helping guide you through your clay session.
All equipment and tuition is included and you'll find a new meaning of the word "pull".
If you’re planning an event give us a call and we will be happy to discuss your requirments.
Have a go! If you’re planning an event or outing why not try clay target shooting?
We are keen to encourage everyone to have a go at this exciting and fun pursuit in
a safe and controlled environment.
Regardless of the size of your party CSSSL will be able to provide a catering service
to suit your budget. Whether you require sandwiches and soup or a full buffet lunch
you can be sure we can cater for your needs. If you have any special dietary needs
just let us know in advance and we will do our best to accommodate you.
At a group or party event the first half of the programme concentrates purely on
instruction. After a coffee break in the clubhouse the second half is in the form
of a competition but still with you instructor in attendance. This produces at the
end the “High gun” for the day who receives a trophy to commemorate his or her achievment.