Clay Pigeon Shooting
There are not many times that it will be safe to combine a great nightlife and a gun, but when in Tallinn, you will find clay pigeon shooting an addictive activity and as it is so popular, you will meet lots of new people all eager to find out if they are a hotshot. There can be nothing more exhilarating than raising the gun to the sky and watching the clay pigeon shatter into a dozen pieces. You may not be an expert when you start off, but with 15 shots each, you get plenty of chance to improve.
In order to book the activity you need 8 people and everything will be organised for you. You will be collected by minivan and the guide will take you to the location. Once finished you will be taken back, and the next step is to celebrate with the winners and commiserate with anyone who was not as successful. You get 2 hours to carry out the event and once it has finished you can be sure that you will wish it lasted longer. On the plus side, there is nothing stopping you booking again for the next day and enjoying the experience all over again.
- 15 Clays
- Return Transfers
- Safety equipement
15 km Out Of Tallinn
from € 70 per person
Clay pigeon shooting, also known as clay target shooting, and formally known as Inanimate Bird Shooting, is the art of shooting a firearm at special flying targets, known as clay pigeons or clay targets.
Clay pigeon shooting is performed with a shotgun. The type of shotgun used is often a matter of taste and affected by local laws as well as the governing body of the sport in competitive cases.
There are two barrels, which are next to each other on a horizontal plane. Side-by-sides are harder to aim for new shooters,
The targets used for the sport are usually in the shape of an inverted saucer, made from a mixture of pitch and pulverized limestone rock designed to withstand being thrown from traps at very high speeds, but at the same time being easily broken when hit by just a very few lead or steel pellets from a shotgun.