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WMS Firearms Training has announced a cooperation agreement with Euston Estate in Suffolk, to provide clients of both organisations with the very best in rifle shooting training and deer stalking.
WMS Firearms Training, in mid Wales, offers its clients experienced rifle shooting instruction alongside fantastic facilities, while Euston Estate in Suffolk is a reputed provider of red, roe, muntjac and Chinese water deer stalking.
Both WMS and Euston Estate attract clients from all over the UK, Europe and further afield.
The agreement will allow clients who train at WMS to put into practice what they have learnt at a new 50-300m shooting range on the Euston Estate, before utilising the skills on a real stalk.
Similarly, Euston Estate clients who want to develop their longer range shooting or learn specific skills for overseas hunting can arrange a trip to WMS, taking advantage of the instruction and equipment available to prepare. WMS will also be running a number of exclusive training events at Euston Estate.
Andrew Venables, CEO of WMS Firearms Training, commented: “This new agreement with Euston Estate will give these clients a superb opportunity to hone the skills gained with us under the guidance of Chris Rogers [Euston Estate’s deer manager] and then put them into practice, deer stalking on this stunning, wildlife rich estate.”
Chris Rogers added: “Having helped out our deer stalking clients with tips and techniques on the range and in the field, it’s great that we can now offer advice and WMS training methods to new and existing shooters.
“Our new shooting range offers clients the chance to practise shooting at practical distances which relate to all UK stalking scenarios and, thanks to its layout and topography, the sort of shooting positions found from the highlands to the lowlands can also be rehearsed. We are delighted to be working with WMS Firearms Training to make training and practice more readily available to rifle shooters.
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