Stag Target Sports in Blackpool
Target Sports in Blackpool
For this Blackpool stag party you get to choose the 2 target shooting options you're most thrilled by and then go ahead and prove you've an accurate eye for the target.
- 2 hours Target Shooting.
- Full safety briefing
8 Minimum Guests
Set your target in sight and fire your way to glory.
You get to choose 2 from:
Knife and Tomahawk Throwing - Just like the Viking Warriors from times ago you will be put through your paces testing your skill and accuracy using throwing knives and Red Indian style Tomahawks, some of the oldest man-made hunting weapons.
Archery - Archery is an ancient field sport that requires skill and technique which the marshals will guide you through on your session. We guarantee that by the end of your session you will soon appreciate how good Robin Hood really was!
Air Rifle Shooting - Air Rifle Shooting is, as its name implies, the sport of shooting at artificial targets. It is an international sport, featured at the Olympic, Paralympic and Commonwealth Games.
At all times you will be fully supervised by trained activity marshals who are on hand to offer support, advice and basic coaching to all participants.
10:30am, 12:30pm or 2:30pm Tuesday to Sunday.
Located on a Farm just 4 miles from Blackpool town centre, close to Junction 4 on the M55 motorway.
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You can book your activity straight away via our secure online booking system, so you know you are ready to go!
And don't forget, your friends can pay us direct via our event area, so you don't even need to collect payments.
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Stag Target Sports Reviews
We had an amazing time on Saturday thanks!
The place was really well kept, the equipment was super high quaility, and the guys there were really friendly.
We have all done a few of these things over the years and it was the best one we have experienced. Can't rate it highly enough.
Thanks for helping to organise!
By Simon Harrow