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The Golden Pheasant Clay Shoot 2017 - Members Only

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Location: Sporting Targets, Knotting Lane, Riseley, Bedfordshire, MX44 1BX
Date: Friday 7th Apr 2017
Time: 9am

The 2017 Golden Pheasant Clay Shoot heads to the Sporting Targets in Bedfordshire.

NGO Members only. The golden pheasant clay shoot is set as a 100 bird sporting layout with cartridges provided. One of the UK’s largest clay pigeon shooting grounds, Sporting Targets is going to be hosting the 2017 Golden Pheasant. With unrivaled facilities for clay pigeon shooting, the clay pigeon shooting range will impress novice shooters and experienced shots alike.


Rules for Golden Pheasant/Grouse clay shoots as passed by the national committee on 2nd Dec 2007

1.The Golden Pheasant and Golden Grouse clay shoots are open to all NGO members, consisting of 100 clays each.

Golden Pheasant and Golden Grouse. Only NGO keepers can enter these two classes and only moorland keepers can shoot for the Silver Grouse.
Juniors (under 21on competition day)
Overall high gun

3.Keepers entering the Golden Pheasant and Golden Grouse must be wearing tweeds (consisting of tweed trousers / plus two / plus fours, tweed waist coat, tweed jacket, collar & tie) if no appropriate clothes are worn they will be entered in to the supporter's class. In all other classes a suitable dress code will apply NO DENIMS, TEE SHIRTS OR SKEET VESTS to be worn after signing in or during shooting; any one breaking these rule will forfeit their card

4.Having won the Golden Pheasant or Golden Grouse he/she will not be allowed to enter the competition the following year as he/she or their region will be invited to set up and run next years competition, but can enter every year from then on. This rule applies only to this class.

5.First card only counts in all classes.

6.In the Golden Pheasant there will be a 1st, 2nd & 3rd trophy, all other classes will have 1st prize only.

7.Only FELT/FIBRE cartridges that are provided can be shot on the 100 bird competition but shooters can use their own cartridge on the pool and flush stands but they MUST BE FELT/FIBRE WAD anyone breaking this rule will forfeit their card with no refund, 12 and 20 bore cartridges only, will be provided (28, 16 and .410 will not be available).

8.Shooting starts at 9.30am last entries to be signed in by 1.00pm


CONTACT NAME: Ann Robinson-Ruddock
CONTACT TEL: 01833 660 869

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