Black-necked pheasant charity clay shoot to take place in July
- Credit: Archant
Have you got what it takes to be this year’s top Gun at the World Pheasant Association’s fundraiser?
The conservation charity, the World Pheasant Association, will be having a fundraising charity clay shoot on Friday 9 July at the new Acorn Shooting ground at Beacon Hill Farm near Amesbury.
This popular annual event raises important funds for the conservation work of the WPA both at home and abroad. The day features competitive teams of four shooting individually or in pairs in the morning followed by a hog roast lunch. In the afternoon, following prizegiving, there is a raffle and an auction of top prizes including fly fishing, shooting days, artisan woodwork, leather goods to name a few.
The black-necked pheasant sculpture trophy will be presented to the top Gun on the high tower simulation and the black grouse trophy will be presented to the overall top Gun. Non-members are more than welcome bring a team or come as individuals.
Arrive at Acorn Shooting, Beacon Hill Farm for Bacon Butties and briefing
- 1 Beretta 687 Silver Pigeon III - test & review
- 2 BERETTA 694 SPORTING - TEST & REVIEW
- 3 BROWNING B725 SPORTER - test & review
- 4 ATA SP Deluxe Sideplate shotgun - test & review
- 5 BERETTA A400 XTREME PLUS - test & review
- 6 Beretta 868E Evo - detailed test and review
- 7 Gun test: Browning 525 GL
- 8 Caesar Guerini Invictus III Ascent Sporter - test & review
- 9 Beretta DT11 Skeet - test & review
- 10 Can I fire a shotgun near a road?
Shooting commences on 9 stands plus flush
BBQ lunch followed by prize giving and charity auction
For more information, please visit the WPA website