Laser Clay Pigeon Shooting combines infrared beams and computer
technology with the classic sport of clay pigeon shooting.
A trap launches clays at various speeds and
angles and up to 5 people are able to shoot simultaneously with modified over
and under 12 bore shotguns which have been modified to fire laser beams at the
clays in a perfectly safe environment.
There is no “kick”, however, computer controlled sounds contribute to
Conventional clay pigeon shooting has one
clay, one person shooting with only one shot. Laser Clay Pigeon Shooting has
one clay, five people shooting and each person has two shots. A computer then determines within one
thousandth of a second the order of hitting the clay. An indicator on the shotgun also gives
instant feedback to the player so they know if they hit the clay or have
missed! Spectators are able to follow
the progress on the electronic scoreboard.
Laser Clay Pigeon Shooting is not harmful to
the environment. The guns fire harmless
infrared beams at reusable clays. The
sound is computer generated with adjustable volume.