What is Laser Clay Shooting?

"So what actually is Laser Clay Shooting?"

Here's our super simple guide to the sport of Laser Clay Shooting... But for more information see our Frequently Asked Questions

Laser clay shooting uses 4 principle pieces of equipment:



the hill launcher






1.  A plastic clay is launched from the launcher. The clays fly around 30m diagonally across the front of the bays.

2. The participants shoot at the launched clay with the guns.

The guns emit an infra-red beam. If this beam hits the clay then it is reflected back into the gun and this is recorded as a hit. If the gun isn't lined up with the clay then no beam is reflected and this is a miss.

The guns show a green light for a hit and a red light for a miss.

3. The hit or miss from each gun is recorded on the scoreboard. The scoreboard shows a 'X' for a hit, and a '-' for a miss.

Depending on the scoring mode selected, different points are awarded for hitting the clays. These points are totalled at the end of each round.

And that's pretty much all there is to it!

If you'd like to check out our Shooting Guide then you can view it here.

If you have any other questions feel free to contact us!

Now that you know how it works...

Why not book yourself a bay?