Wingshooting Adventures

Wingshooting Adventures has over 30 years of experience in the “Sport of Kings.” Every serious shot gunner should consider partaking in the opportunity to enjoy our driven bird shoot adventures in Scotland, Hungary and Bolivia. We will satisfy the most discriminating gunner. The cuisine and accommodations on our adventures are excellent and reflect the best of each country where we are shooting.
Old school classic shoots with the traditions and
honor truly reminiscent of the
SPORT of KINGS!

 

Custom and Collectible Firearms

Jack J. Jansma has been importing custom made
double guns from Arrieta, Dave McKay Brown, and
other fine scatterguns  from around the world. If
you are looking to improve your gunrack, Jack has
the stuff that can do a great job!! We have many guns in stock and ready for delivery.

 

Wingshooting Adventures

 

9516 Taft Street

Coopersville, Michigan 49404

Phone: (616) 837-9000

Fax: (616) 837-9002

Email: jack@wingshootingadv.com

 

We look forward to speaking with you!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Join us as we take part in a driven bird shoot in Scotland, following a custom nearly as old as the shotgun itself. Developed to near perfection through the years, it is tradition every serious shotgunner should experience.

 

This is a classic Scottish driven bird shoot, held in Perthshire. The pheasants are as wild as any South Dakota ringneck, some which have been driven a time or two and may be wilder. They are raised from chicks and released when they are able to fly, usually in June. Other than leaving feed for the birds to keep them in the area, they are left to their own devices. A full time game manager is employed to assure the well-being of the birds.

 

Pheasants are the primary quarry, but a mixed bag of woodcock partridge, and duck are usually taken. The terrain is such that on most drives the birds are high and fast flying targets that offer a challenge to the best of shots. This is driven bird shooting developed throughout the years to its finest degree, and is unsurpassed anywhere in the United Kingdom.

 

For safety reasons, over/under or side-by-side shotguns are preferred. While most shooters favor the 12 gauge, smaller gauges are often used. Chokes should range from skeet to modified. Good ammunition is available on the grounds.

 

Our shoots are held to between six and eight shooters, and daily bags are about 250 birds. The weather is usually quite mild in the fall, but rain is always a possibility, and you should be prepared for the possible inclement weather that can incur.

 

Special shopping and sightseeing tours are arranged for non-shooters while the gunners are in the field.

 

Join us as we take part in a driven bird shoot in Scotland, following a custom nearly as old as the shotgun itself. Developed to near perfection through the years, it is tradition every serious shotgunner should experience.

 

Kinloch House Hotel: Run and owned by the Allen Family, this peaceful Scottish Country Hotel is located in 25 acres of tranquil Perthshire countryside, set on a hillside overlooking a beautiful valley, less than 90 minutes from Edinburgh Airport.

Kinloch House appeals to everyone who enjoys that ‘home from home’ atmosphere. This is a special place in which to relax and enjoy some of Scotland’s wonderful countryside and good cuisine.

Built in 1840, Kinloch House is a fine example of a traditional Scottish country house. With an oak paneled hall, staircase and portrait gallery, the house stands proudly in twenty five acres of woodland and parkland. The elegant character of the house and the friendly welcoming atmosphere combines informality with quality.

No stay would be complete at Kinloch House without the pleasure of enjoying good food and wine in our restaurant. Kinloch House Hotel lies at the center of some of Scotland’s richest agricultural and fruit growing land so you can expect the freshest of local ingredients at your table.

Our award winning chef Steve McCallum and his team pay great attention to detail in the kitchen and perfection in the dining room – a belief in the value of freshness and quality.

Local Scottish produce, game, beef, fish, shellfish as well as produce from the garden all feature on our menus.

The Manor house staff and chef are most accommodating and are there to provide for our every desire and comfort. The food and its presentation is done in a most elegant manner and yet the ambiance remains warm and inviting.

Wingshooting Adventures Presents...

Wingshooting in Scotland