INSTRUCTION ON THE SCHOOL
The West London Shooting School is the oldest established shooting school in the UK, established in 1901, and still family owned and run to this day by the Richmond-Watson family. The West London Shooting School is renowned for its method of teaching, which is the Percy Stanbury style. Percy Stanbury was employed at the school as head instructor from 1948 until his retirement in 1970. His technique which is still taught to this day is recognised as being the most elegant and efficient of all styles.
Having a shooting lesson at West London Shooting School is beneficial both if you are a novice and an experienced shot. A lesson at the school is designed to teach the newcomer the safety, gun handling and approach to the target and then taking them and introducing them to game shooting in the field in realistic surroundings. It is also designed to taking the experienced shot and to hone their skills into being confident, efficient and consistent whit all angels and types of game.
One of the most obvious benefits of a lesson on the school is that you can present and repeat the angle of the target that you are having difficulties with, and become aware of any mistakes that you are making.
For further information on instruction at The West London Shooting School, please visit www.shootingschool.co.uk or call 020 8845 1377 to book a lesson.