Clay Pigeon Games Pc

Hunt Challenge Package

Hunt Challenge contains over 60 different hunting scenarios!

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When you choose this package you'll find wild boars, grouses, pheasants, partridges, mallards and moose. Compete in one scenario at a time or set up a competition with several events and participants, the system takes care of it all!

Team and Single Tournament formats

Game Pigeon Pc

Each with Birds, Boar, Moose, or a Mix of these.
Test your skills at 3 levels of difficulty and 3 different distances.
Looking for some variety? These games have 3 locations to choose from: Porter Creek, Emerald Trail and Atlin Mire

Quick Games include:

Duels, Bird, Partridge, Pheasant, Mallard, Grouse, Boar, Hills, Mire, Meadow, Wintry Road, Deforestation, Spanish Hills, Ravine, Hunting Trail, Mallard, Moose, Forest, Meadow, Deforestation, and Mire.

OnlineClay Pigeon Games Pc

Single Games include:

Bird (Compete/Practice; Normal/Hard), Partridge, Pheasant, Mallard, Grouse, Boar, (Compete/Practice), Hills, Mire, Meadow, Wintry Road, Deforestation, Spanish Hills, Ravine, Hunting Trail, Moose (Compete/Practice; Drive Hunting/Spot and Stalk), Forest, Meadow, Deforestation, Mire