Ian first became interested in clay pigeon shooting during his early twenties. He joined a shooting club and remained a member for many years.
In 1994 he successfully qualified for the British Association of Shooting and Conservation' s Proficiency award in Sporting Shooting.
Ian remains a member of the Clay Pigeon Shooting Association (CPSA) which enables him to keep up to date with the latest developments in shooting and the important aspect of safety.
In 2000 Ian took early retirement and moved to Crete where he had the opportunity to turn his hobby into a business.
The business is registered with the Greek Authorities and has full insurance cover.
The picture below shows Ian demonstrating a particular shot because one of his clients wished to see the correct method for shooting a crossing clay.