The Oxfordshire Shooting School is based in the heart of the Cotswolds, surrounded by rural farmland and game shoots. All of our instructors are passionate and experienced game shots, and are always delighted to offer advice and tuition on the peg. Whether you're an experienced game shot looking to book a shoot for the season, or fairly new to the sport and looking for in-field tuition, The Oxfordshire Shooting School can help.
Please call the OSS Team on 07876 033665 or email email@example.com for more information.
Simulated Game Days
Our popular simulated game days give you everything but the birds! They are based in the picturesque Cotswold countryside and perfectly combine fast paced clay shooting with the luxurious hospitality of a game day.
Set in West Oxfordshire on 4000 acres of the finest Cotswold sporting estate, the backdrop to your day will be rolling hills and meadows combined with thickets and woodland… classic Cotswold topography that offers both challenging targets and beautiful scenery.
Over 5000 clays will be thrown over 4 drives to simulate traditional driven pheasant and partridges.
Full hospitality will include breakfast on arrival, elevenses in the field and a post shoot lunch.
Please contact Julian Watson for more information.
Tel. 01582 849382
Simulated Game Day Syndicate
We are offering fantastic rates for multiple bookings, whether you shoot several different days or get together a team of guns.
With a range of dates available throughout spring and summer, vouchers are valid for full guns, half guns and single pegs.
Become a full gun syndicate member and shoot six days for only £215 per day.
Half gun syndicate members will shoot three days at £245 per day.
Individual days are available for £275.
Full teams are also available - please contact the AGL Team for more details.
*All prices are inclusive of VAT unless otherwise stated.
If you buy any syndicate voucher you
can book a peg on our 2019 Cotswold game days for only £32 + VAT per bird,
normal price £36 + VAT!
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