Future Shots Academy bags sponsorship

Max wants to make training accessible for young shots

Max wants to make training accessible for young shots - Credit: Archant

Bristol-based clay shooting coach, Max Tarr, has secured several sponsorship deals for his Future Shots Academy

Instructor Max is Bristol-based and runs Safe and Sound Shooting with his dad

Instructor Max is Bristol-based and runs Safe and Sound Shooting with his dad - Credit: Archant

Bristol-based clay shooting coach, Max Tarr, has secured several sponsorship deals for his Future Shots Academy.

Max said: “I created the Future Shots Academy with the hope of it becoming the biggest young shots initiative available, particularly in the south-west. My goal was to offer a chance to those who, without the Future Shots Academy, would not be able to access regular coaching and training. So far, we have created class winners in a matter of months. These talented young shots have well surpassed any expectations and have made me immensely proud.”

Max has acquired his first financial sponsor for 2021, Peak A Solutions. They are a business development, consultancy and recruitment firm based in Bristol. As a sponsor, they will be helping with the costs of cartridges, tuition and equipment.

Avalon Guns have pledged cartridges for training sessions. A gentleman in Bristol, who wishes to remain anonymous, will be helping to cover the cost of the entry fees for registered competitions.

Cens is the latest company to offer sponsorship to the Future Shots Academy. They will support the young shots in the form of hearing protection.