I didn’t try it myself yet, but as far as I understand at least archery and air gun target shooting is practiced in Taiwan. I think also clay pigeon shooting was mentioned on Forumosa once.
Following this topic to see if any concrete suggestions come up. I used to do competitive pistol shooting (both air pistol and .22 to .357) back home, but don’t expect to be able to do most of this in Taiwan.
I guess a short trip to Philippines would be an option to keep the skills alive.
Yikes, I have seen so much of that everywhere. Gives shooting a bad name. Bet they were sweeping the guns around too. Judging from the trigger discipline I would guess they are tourists or doing a corporate team building day.
They’re models who clearly don’t know about triggers. I’m sure those wepons have been checked four times for live ammo. The photographer wants them to look hot and mean. Wouldn’t work so well if their shotguns were held in the correct positions.
Yeah but even then how many negligent discharges begin with the assumption that the gun is unloaded. Also anyone else on the range without X-ray vision and not in on the fact that the guns were checked 4x for being unloaded would be getting alarmed when the models start sweeping their guns around with lousy trigger discipline.
Have you lived in taiwan for a while? I wouldnt count on discipline diligence very much in the real world i will now avoid that range just because of that pic lol. Dont want to become that news headline…
Happens often, but generally rat poison is far more effecive for those dumb enough to dare kill gambling pigeons.
Taiwan does as well, island wide. The villas are just in relation to how people live. Here they are often either metel or older wood framed homes. Even downtown cities have them to this day. Its good money. Taiwan has always been one of the few countries that gets to ignore bird flue concerns lol.