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Looking for a hen party challenge that's a bit different from the norm? Then prepare to battle it out with your fellow hens during this exhilarating target shooting adventure.
Under the guidance of expert instructors you'll learn how to shoot bows and throw tomahawks on a hen party that is all about girl power (with skills that might come in handy during a zombie apocalypse... well it's good to be prepared just in case!).
It's highly competitive and more than a little addictive. Any hens known to have a strong desire to win will soon find themselves totally hooked on improving their aim and scoring better with each round. You'll first be given a full safety briefing to make sure none of the hens end up going home with new, unwanted piercings.
Once the instructors have got you all pointing you in the right direction you'll then learn how to draw and release the bows to score maximum points. Having got the hang of things you'll then take it in turns to shoot at the target while your fellow hens watch and cheer you on (or possibly even "boo" if they're ultra competitive!?!). Your points will all be counted to see who is the hen parties very own Robin Hoodie.
Having mastered the bows you'll be introduced to tomahawks, based on those used by Native American tribes to defend their lands and hunt for game. They're quite hefty and make a really satisfying "thwock!" sound as they sink into the wooden targets. Once again the instructors will show you how it's done and help each hen to get to grips with these ancient weapons. Then it's time for the rest of the hens to stand back as you compete to score the most points and be declared the winner.
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