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Laois Country Sports is the name of John Conroys mobile shooting ground - a large, custom made marque, combined with the loading area of a lorry together accomodating no less than three ST-2 simulators. It was first run at a tractor rally in Laoise county, Ireland, on May 3, 2015. The simulator in the middle is used for driven pheasant shooting where the birds fly overhead, see the the raised roof in the picture above where the overhead screen is mounted.
John Conroy at one of the simulators.
FRANKONIA, one of the great hunting outfitters in Germany, has selected the MARKSMAN system for the new branch office in Aschheim/München.
Read more about Frankonia at www.frankonia.de.
Driven birds shooting is a new discipline demonstrated for the first time at IWA Outdoor 2015.
Driven bird shooting is the lastest addition to the already extensive list of shoting disciplines available from the MARKSMAN ST-2 simulator. This true-to-life and exciting discipline allows the shooter to practice the classic English and Scottish driven bird shoots - a custom nearly as old as the shotgun itself.
Like a real driven bird shoot, the birds are high and fast flying targets, offering a challenge to even the experienced shooter and an opportunity to practice speed of mounting and ceating the right lead.
Newcomers to the sport will be amazed how much greater lead is needed - even at normal ranges of say 40 – 50 yards/120' -150'. Once comfortable with the technique of the simulator, the shooter's confidence will improve dramatically making him/her ready to take part in his/her first pheasant shoot.
Bronze medalist from the Olympic Games 2012 in London and holder of many medals from world and European championships and world cups...
I have been using the ST-2 simulator in my Skeet shooting training. I am very happy with it. I think the practice with the ST-2 simulator helped me with my mounting and with precision training, so I find it very positive part of my training every spring, before the season starts...!