Target shooting is an internationally-recognised sport which features in both the Commonwealth and Olympic Games. This is the most popular form of the sport where, as its name suggests, participants shoot at static targets in order to score points. The size of target used, and the distance over which they are shot at, varies. A round consists of firing normally ten shots. This is the number of shots that each shooter fires prior to the scores being recorded and the target collected.
This fun session is primarily aimed at Beavers and involves the use of Nerf guns which fire foam darts and fun crossbow which fires a plastic sucker dart. Both are fired at a static target from a distance of 4-5m.
Please note that the Instructor is only responsible for the supervision of those on the firing line, the group’s leader is responsible for the safety and discipline of those not on the firing line.
The booker will need to provide four 6ft tables at the venue for the instructors use. Two for putting the Nerf targets on and two for the firing line.