Having the right kit on the day can make the difference between the most enjoyable day and one that you won’t forget for all the wrong reasons.
Comfort in the field is a must in order to shoot consistently and enjoy every minute of the day, therefore please find below a few key items that we would recommend whether you are out after Grouse or Pheasant and Partridge.
WHAT TO WEAR - GROUSE SHOOTING
A basic guide to the 8 top bits of kit to consider when heading out onto the moors.
Schoffel Ketton Jacket II
William Powell Tweed Shooting Vest
Schoffel Ptarmigan Tweed Plus 2's
Meindl Dovre Extreme MFS GORE-TEX Boots
Royale Shooting Gloves
William Powell Bakerboy Tweed Cap
Bloc Shadow Shooting Glasses
MSA Sordin Supreme Pro X
A couple of pointers whilst Shooting Driven Grouse
Grouse have the most amazing eye sight and will pick up movement from a long distance away, causing them to flair or pass wide of the butt. Always ensure that you wear dull clothing, including hats and gloves; white hands and faces are like flanking flags to a grouse at 100 yards!
WHAT TO WEAR - PHEASANT SHOOTING
A basic guide to the 8 top bits of kit to consider when Preparing for a day on the Pheasants.
William Powell Tweed Shooting Coat
Musto Lightweight Tweed Waistcoat
William Powell Tweed Breeks
Le Chameau Chasseur Neoprene Boots
Tayside Stockings with Garters
William Powell Tweed Cap
Luxury Woven Wool & Silk Tie
William Powell Supreme Ear Defenders
Our knowledge and vast experience ensures that we offer our clients the very best Sporting Experiences.
We have access to the best shooting available, on some of the country’s finest estates.