Great Activities To Get Involved In.

From guns to paintballs, we have fun for everyone guaranteed to put a smile on even grumpy grandads face.

Shooting Village

Within The Shooting Village marquee, we have a variety of different field sport activities for all ages and abilities under one roof at every show, so come and have a go! We have Archery, Airguns, Daisy B.B. Inflatable Range and Paintballing. Learn from our expert and friendly tutors, pick up a new skill, leave with a smile!

Shooting Village Burghley Game and Country Fair

For those new to the sports, all organisations are uniquely equipped and qualified to safely introduce you to Airgun Shooting and Paintball.

 

 

ATEO – Airguns

This year, the ATEO Range is again exclusive to Living Heritage and forms the partnership with ACA Archery and RAPTOR paintball in The Shooting Village. Suitable  for beginners and those wanting a bit more experience, all our coaches are fully trained and certificated.

For the more seasoned air gun enthusiast, there are competitions alongside the opportunity to try out some more exclusive items of equipment before you buy.

Within the range there will be 7 separate disciplines:ATEO Burghley Game and Country Fair

  • 20 metre paper target and 40 metre knock down target bench rest ranges, with extreme lengths of 40 plus at shows where space is available. Test and use the full BSA range; the new Brocock and Daystate rifles.
  • Airgun clinic ( subject to time allocation) bring your own gun and discuss issues, if you want to book a slot, please contact us via Facebook page.
  • Daisy B.B. inflatable range using the world renowned Daisy rifle suitable for all ages.
  • Speed Shoot with light up targets using a CO2 pistol, pit your skills against the clock and see if you can set a new record in 2019!
  • Tesro pistols and rifles on show, with availability of a full blown 20 min lesson using Olympic 10 metre range (subject to time availability) using these unique, handmade Tesro air guns – come and experience the Tesro smile!
  • 20m competition qualifiers, sponsored by BSA, using BSA GOLDSTAR.
  • Training course run the day after each show. Pest control, FAC Airgun, handling and improvement are available subject to numbers.

 

Competition

The competition will be a 20 metre bench rest paper target, open for both adults and juniors.

The qualifiers from the 5 Games and Country Fairs (including Wiltshire Country Fare) will be invited to the compete in the final at the Wiltshire Game and Country FairShooting Burghley Game and Country Show

The prizes will be;

  • BSA Scorpion rifle (adult over 16yrs) (pictures sent separately If space)
  • BSA Junior Ultra rifle (junior age 10-15 yrs)

Rules

Age of competitors:

  • Juniors 10-15 years
  • Adults 16 and over

Target

Specially designed paper target with LH and BSA grading at 20 yards.

5 spot target with a 4.6mm centre ring.  If the pellet touches or breaks the line it is a 9 rather than a 10. Cards to go down on the outside ring.  The marshall’s decision is final.

Course of fire

Using a Gold Star rifle in 177 calibre, 5 sighting shots on competition paper target (practice)

Target changed and 5 shots for the competition card scored, this card’s score is taken regardless of score on practice card. Details of qualifiers to be taken (name, address and mobile or email will be requested) at time of qualifying. The qualifiers for each show will be notified after the show.

The qualifiers for each class, from each day from each of our 5 shows will be invited to the final at Wiltshire Game & Country Fair at Bowood House. As we only have 5 shows this year to qualify, your chances of winning are increased.

The highest score on the day at the Wiltshire final for each class will walk off with the prize for their category. Full training and paperwork will be given to the winners) A parent/ guardian must be present for the junior final.

Good luck!

 

Paintballingpaintballing Burghley Country SHow

RAPTOR (Responsive Aiming and Tactical Operation Range) is as far as we can find, the first of its kind anywhere in the UK, and uses magazine fed paintball markers and a variety of tactical equipment to deliver a more realistic and unique paintball experience. Many people are put of from taking part in paintball because of the physical nature of the game and the pain from being hit!  Well, our range takes the ‘pain’ out of paintball by shooting at interactive targets which don’t shoot back, all within a relaxed yet competitive environment!

Clay Shooting

clay shooting

Clay Pigeon Shooting is a thrilling experience, demanding calm concentration, a keen eye and quick reactions. Perfect your aim and shots and soon you will be notching up your ‘kills’.

Of course, these are not real birds and no one gets hurt, making it a great sport for all – young and old, men and women alike. Why not find out if you have what it takes on the ‘Have a Go’ stand and see if you can become a                                                                                              crack marksman in one of Britain’s fastest growing sports.

 

Star Shot

Starshot is a huge “half-circle target” that was designed as a new way to enjoy clay target skeet shooting. Invented in Scotland in the 1980s, the star shot at cheshire game and country fairstructure stands almost 30 feet high and is divided into 12 scoring segments. Clay targets are released on command and the shooter’s score is valued according to the zone in which the target is broken. ESPN ran a program with the same name – Starshot, in the late 80s and early 90s, with two teams of two playing against each other, with one person on each team being a professional marksman, and the other person being a popular athlete of the time (usually one who did have some experience with guns though).

The BBC also started a series of TV programmes on the same format. Celebrities such as the cricketer Ian Botham and Jackie Stewart appeared on the show. Commentary was by David Vine and after eight month’s hard graft and some serious investment have finally allowed Lancashire shooter, John Bridges, to realise a long held ambition to revitalise and re-launch the one and only mobile shooting rig known as Starshot. After being laid up in an open ended barn for eleven years John totally stripped the mobile unit and rebuilt it from scratch, pumping a vast amount of his own money into it along the way. The idea of Starshot is to shoot each number from 1 to 12 in sequence in its own section plus a pair to finish which would give the shooter a maximum total of 88 if they had successfully hit them all.

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