Pellet - 10 Shots - Hub

Somerset West- Lourensford Wine Estate - Lourensford Road

Activity Description

Individuals or Groups – 10 shots each.
Welcome to the most fun you will have standing still. Gone are the days of roaming around a big yard or small holding, stalking your prey!
This is the perfect event for a youngsters party, team building exercise. Learning is simple, now all that remains is the rush of pulling the trigger. There is nothing more satisfying than watching that little animal target go down!
You’ll be back for more, guaranteed!


ProviderClay Pigeon Adventures (Pty) Ltd
DurationOpen Ended
WhenAll year round - Subject to availability. Closed: Mondays. New years day, Good Friday, 24th Dec & Christmas day. We take a mid winter break for maintenance and a breather
WhereClay Hub Lourensford Wine Estate Lourensford Road Somerset West
WeatherWe shoot Rain or Shine
What to WearWear something comfortable with comfortable shoes. Always bring along something warm - the wind can get chilly.
Things to BringDon't forget your sunscreen, sunglasses and a hat to protect you from the sun.
Guests or Spectators


Minimum Age6 years
Minimum Height0.0 m
Maximum Height0.0 m
Fitness LevelNo Fitness Requirement
QualificationsNot Applicable
Maximum Weight0.0 kg
CertificationNone Required
Experience LevelNo Experience Requirement

Inclusions and Exclusions


Instructor and all relevant equipment.

NB: Please… We cannot let you shoot if you have been drinking!

ExclusionsExtra shots. Available on the day on site. Cash or Credit card.


Maximum refund 50% up to 8 days prior to shoot.

NB: Please… We cannot let you shoot if you have been drinking!
Should you be turned away for being under the influence – NO REFUND. No voucher.

Customer Reviews

Very good and fun - Christian Kotze

Good Morning - brought our 12 (William) and 14 (Chloe) year old siblings to your Lourensford facility for a brief introduction to firearms - starting with the Windbuks. Was very impressed with the personal attention given and patience shown by the instructor, seeing that both kids have never shot with "a real gun". Mission accomplished - they now know it is not a toy, they understand the importance of approaching the range situation calmly and most impressive of all: they listened - all thanks to very professional execution by the instructor. I understand it is not your core focus - but I'm quite certain that a couple of daddy's might walk over on Sunday mornings with the kids in tow - why not issue a little certificate with their "score"? Or some recognition that they shot "a real gun" - quite sure the boys will put it on the mantelpiece and show their mates. Regards - Pieter le Roux

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