Sporting Shooter - - Technique: Gun Mount -

I am for­tu­nate to be able to teach at the Hol­land & Hol­land shoot­ing grounds: 120 acres of rolling coun­try­side well within the M25, 150 au­to­matic traps, tow­ers, grouse lay­outs and a full range of Sport­ing stands. We have four full-time and four on-call in­struc­tors and are open Mon­day to Satur­day. The fa­cil­i­ties are sec­ond to none and we fit clients’ own guns as well as Hol­land & Hol­land guns and Berettas for the Beretta Gallery. Many other gun­mak­ers send their clients here as we are ac­knowl­edged ex­perts in the field. The first shoot­ing ground started in 1880 at Ken­sal Rise, Cen­tral London and moved to Wem­b­ley in 1912 then to our cur­rent site in 1930. We con­tinue to de­velop the fa­cil­ity; we are build­ing a £4.5m corporate venue with an un­der­ground schiesskino – a shoot­ing cin­ema, us­ing full-power ri­fles and am­mu­ni­tion (not lasers) to shoot at run­ning boar, etc. on a cin­ema screen at 25m. It is the best train­ing avail­able and the only one in the UK. We also have a 100-yard ri­fle range for teach­ing and ze­ro­ing.

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