Looking for great bucks party ideas Sydney clients don’t stop raving about? Then look no further! If you are looking for a very different activity to add to your Buck’s, Hen’s or Birthday Party then clay target shooting with Hitting Targets is for your group – it will get your group excited, exhilarated and empowered!
Anyone over 12 years can participate, you don’t need to be fit or have any prior skill – what we ensure is that you will have a fun, safe and very memorable session.
If you’re in Sydney, bucks party ideas don’t come any more appealing than this! Fancy dress is optional but does add to the day’s fun – so dress that Hen or Buck up ready for the photos!
When it comes to awesome bachelor party ideas, Sydney grooms know that there’s nothing like a fun day of shooting! You can trust a Hitting Targets shooting session to really get your group FIRED UP!
12.00 arrive at range, complete any paperwork, finalise payment, Meet & Greet
12.30 basic shotgun and range safety, shotgun handling and firing techniques & gun selection/fitting
12.40 practical shooting instruction and coaching – warm up practice … until the participants get the general hang of it
1.00 Mini Competition – prizes (a few bucks / hens trinkets) – the shooter showing the most ‘style’, the top scorer, the best fancy dress.
2.00 Sheep Stations Shoot Off – all or nothing!
2.10 Pairs competition – best pairs team – who do you want to ride shotgun with ?
2.20 “Quick Draw DUEL” – who is the fastest gun?
2.30 Prize ceremony and Photos
*When there are 10+ paying participants the Buck, Hen or Birthday Boy or Girl is FREE
- BBQ $30 p.p. (kebabs, bread etc.) minimum 15 p.p.
- Gourmet $45 p.p. (kebabs, sausages, chops, salad, dessert etc.) Minimum 10 people.
- Any other suggestions and we will endeavour to cater for it.Catering minimum spend $450
(we will try hard to meet your dietary requirements, food is prepared and served by a chef and Juices and soft drinks included with lunches)
*Catering can, however, be organised for any amount or menu
**chilled water is supplied throughout the shooting session.
Firearm Usage and Legal Requirements
You are not required to have a firearms license however if unlicensed each participant must be approved on the day of the session by filling in the NSW Police Force – Firearms Registry Declaration (P650). The declaration is for approval to use a firearm on an approved shooting range declaring that over the past 10 years the participant has been of good behavior and mental stability. Drivers license/Passport or similar is required to be shown on the day also.
Participants under 18 years must have parental or guardian consent by filling out and bringing with them the NSW Police Force – Firearms Registry Declaration (P650) and a Parent Guardian Consent Form 2015.
The Minimum age is 12 years.
Participants under 16 years must be accompanied by an adult.
No Alcohol No drugs – participants must be sober and not under the influence of drugs or alcohol during the session OR YOU WILL NOT SHOOT.
Shooting Range dress code: wear enclosed shoes, no thongs or sandals or high heels.
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