Laser Ranger clay pigeon shooting is an activity which can be enjoyed by everyone. Based on the traditional sport of clay pigeon shooting or skeet shooting, Laser Ranger has 3 key differences.
- The guns look and feel real, but are totally harmless and very safe for anyone to use.
- The clays are re-usable and do not cause any damage to the environment.
- The system is electronic and portable so it can be played pretty much anywhere at anytime.
How is Laser Ranger played ?
In each round 5 players shoot at the same time and at the same target. The target (the clay) is launched into the air and each player has two shots to hit the target.
Points are awarded if the target is hit and the results are electronically calculated and displayed on the scoreboard. Different games and shooting positions provide players with an opportunity to score differently adding variety, competition and excitement to each round.
At the end of each round the scores can be noted and cleared for individual scoring or electronically tallied for team scoring. At the end of the competition the player or team with the most points wins.
Where can you play Laser Ranger ?
Laser Ranger is totally transportable and can be set up at any indoor or outdoor venue providing enough space for the clay to fly and land safely. Minimum space recommended is 10M x 30M.
Because Laser Ranger is a totally safe and environmentally friendly sport local councils will allow Laser Ranger to be played on public ovals, parks and reserves. (please note hire charges normally incur)