Sunday 30th April

This week saw the final handover to Glenmoriston Estate with our lease expiring at midnight tonight, the 30th April.  The Estate have purchased the equipment for both OT ranges, the ABT range, the sportrap range and four DTL ranges.  What their plans are, I am not sure, but I sincerely hope that they will have some clay shooting on the site in the future.

The silent auction was very successful with all lots being sold, paid for, and off to new homes.

A meeting will be called later in the summer for all existing club members to decide how the club funds should be disbursed.

Thank you again for all your support to the club, and to me personally, over the years.  It really has been much appreciated.


Unclaimed Prize Money

There are several envelopes containing small amounts of prize money dating from as far back as 2016 which we would like to get to the relevant folk.  Please contact or telephone Shona on 07855 164656 if you are on the list below and we’ll do our best to get it to you:

R W Milne;  A U Morrison;  A Finlay;  R Macaulay;  A Currie;  I Morrison; R Shearer; Stuart Murray

Silent Auction

Thank you to everyone who placed bids in our Silent Auction.  All bidders have been contacted and good to see the majority of equipment going to local clubs.

Sale of Equipment – Silent Auction

The sale of 19 lots of equipment (some not previously advertised) will be conducted by a Silent Auction.  Guide prices and the number of interested parties have been included in the sale list which you can see by clicking this link:

GSG Silent Auction – List of 19 Lots for Sale

Bids should be submitted to the club using the online form available here:


Up to 5 lots can be bid for on the form.  Should you wish to bid for more than 5 items you will need to submit a second form.

Shona Marshall will collate the responses.  She has declared no interest in any of the items and WILL NOT reveal the number or value of any bids TO ANYONE before the above closing date and time.

During the afternoon of the 7th she will contact the highest bidder for each lot to arrange payment and collection.  Should there be more than one highest bid of the same value, whoever submitted the bid first will be the successful bidder.

For lot 5 – BRB sets will be allocated as follows:  the highest bidder purchases the number of sets he/she requires, followed by the next highest bidder and so on until the 5 sets are allocated.  It may be that someone who is next on the bidding list and has bid for two or more sets may only be able to get one set if the others have been purchased by higher bidders.

The successful purchasers will be contacted by email/phone and given details of how to pay for their purchase(s) by BACS, cheque, cash or card.  Payment must be made within 7 days, i.e by the 14th April.  Any items not paid by then will be offered to the next highest bidder.

All lots must be removed from the ground by Sunday 23rd April at a mutually arranged time.  Please note that the BRB control boxes might not be back at the club by that date, in which case alternative arrangements will be made.

The traps and voice release systems will be shown working prior to removal from the ground and are sold as seen.

Thank you for your interest, and Good Luck!

Saturday 25th March – 100 OT results

There were cold and overcast conditions for today’s 100 OT.  High Gun was Ewen Patience with an 88.  Class winners were: A class Stuart Donaldson 74; B class Sharon Niven 84; C class Shona Marshall 77; D class Ian Macleod 72.  For all the scores please click on this link: OT results 2503



100 OT – squad draw

Please see the squad draw and start times for tomorrow’s 100 OT competition which will commence at 10.30am.  Please could the jury, Shona Marshall, Ewen Patience, John Breen, Sandy Dunbar and Ewen MacColl be on the ground for 9.50am to check the targets, schemes 6 and 9.  Please can Davy Alford, Izzy MacKintosh, John Morrison and Ewen Patience be on the ground by 10.30 to referee the first two squads.

Please note that there is no catering available tomorrow although there will be tea, coffee and snacks to purchase.

OT squads 2503


Equipment for Sale

Glenmoriston Estate has agreed to purchase the majority of equipment from Glenmoriston Shooting Ground.  However there are some additional items for sale, in working order, as follows:

1x Promatic Super Sporter Double 12v trap complete with 8 column carousel and radio release;

2x Laporte ABT 185 12v series complete with 12 column carousels;

1x Canterbury Voice Release system 240v complete with 5 microphones and stands;

Up to 5 BRB Voice Release systems 12v complete with 5 microphones and stands.

Anyone interested in any of the above items and for more information should, in the first instance, email stating which equipment they are interested in BY THE 31ST MARCH.  They will then be given details on how and when to submit sealed bids for each item.

Saturday 18th March  – 100 DTL Results

A few light showers did little to spoil the high quality of shooting at our final DTL competition.  High gun, after a closely contested shoot-off with Raymond Dingwall was Richard Greenlaw on 100/297.  Class winners were:  AA class Kenny Jones 100/296; A class Raymond Dingwall 100/297; B class Jim Presly 98/292; C class Ewen MacPhail 98/286.  All the results can be accessed here: 100 DTL 18-03-23


Saturday 18th March – 100 DTL Squads

Please see the squad list and start times below for tomorrow’s 100 DTL.  Please could the jury consisting of Davy Alford, Gordon Shankland, Andrew Young, Craig McIntosh and Angus Cameron be on the ground for 9.50am to check the targets.

Catering, provided by Jo Barr, will be available from 9.45am with hot and cold drinks, bacon rolls, soup, freshly prepared sandwiches and home baking on the menu.


DTL 1803

Saturday 25th March – 100 OT

Entries can now be made for the 100 OT competition being held on Saturday 25th March via our online form which can be found on the ‘Entry Form’ page of this website. Entries close at 4pm on Friday 24th when the draw will be made.