Full tuition from your own Sniper Experience Instructor/s
Sniper hints and tips
Hire of all safety equipment including shooting glasses
Hire of .22 rifles, bullets and targets
All wild prep game, gutting/skinning advice and additional ingredients
Lunch or tea (depending on the time of day)
Can be run and scored as a competition between your group
The use of a ghille grasslands sniper suit for the stag/hen/boss
Camouflage face paint for the whole group
Bottle of beer & medal for winner of shooting competition
We do a mean full English breakfast here too!
So do you think your work mates have got what it takes to shoot, prepare & cook your next wild prep meal?
This is a very unique corporate group activity! On arrival at our simply beautiful private country estate based in Derbyshire, our highly trained ex army staff will brief your colleagues or guests over a cup of coffee while you get to put the camouflage paint on your faces (we provide the paint) – then we head out to the range!
Whether you’re a corporate team building group or this is a staff reward day, your group will be taught how to make a sniper hide using what’s available in the wild. That should come in handy at the next staff BBQ!
Using our .22” rifles equipped with telescopic sights, sound moderators & bipods, we’ll get you shooting at a large variety of targets, ranging from 30 metres to 100 metres away. You’ll be taught about aiming off, bullet drop windage and a host of other things that would affect your shots. We have targets that move, friendly targets that must not be shot and some enemy targets that you must try to eliminate. This is a great activity to get rid of that sales deadline stress!!
Each group member will get to shoot at least 40 shots per person!
You’ll take it in turns to be the Spotter or the Shooter, and we’ll run the whole thing as a scored competition between your group members to add an element of competition
We have a number of missions that your teams can choose from :
Rescue friendly forces
Having successfully completed the course of fire we move back to our base camp where you will prepare a meal over an open fire (which you have lit without the aid of matches or a lighter)
Depending on the season we prepare fish, pheasants, rabbits or pigeons & show you how to gather flavourings from the wild
Your group will then eat the meal you’ve prepared and cooked (lunch or tea depending on what time you’re joining us). You will eat the meal in the comfort of the estate lodge, where you can buy a beer or two to wash it down with if you fancy!
We’ll even throw in a prize for the winner of the shooting competition!