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Majestic Princess - third Princess Cruises ship boasting ST-2

Majestic Princess, the third ship in the Princess Cruises fleet, will offer the ST-2 simulator as an attraction like the previously operating Royal Princess and Regal Princess. The guests can enjoy clay shooting and go on virtual hunt for many types of game.

The 143,000-ton, 3,560-passenger Majestic Princess is among the largest cruise ships sailing the seas. The Majestic carries the Chinese name “Sheng Shì Gong Zhu Hao” on her hull, chosen by the Chinese employees of Carnival. It is translated as “Grand World” / “Grand Spirit”.

ST-2 simulator at Terres et Eaux, Calais, France

Terres et Eaux at Parc d'Activités du Chemin Vert, 62100 CALAIS, France now can offer simulator shooting to the guests.

Read more about Terres et Eaux at: http://www.terreseteaux.fr/ 

Normandie Tir Simulation opening soon

Normandie Tir Simulation at Chemin du moulin, Bretteville-sur-Odon, France is opening their simulator shooting facility soon.

Read more about Normandie Tir Simulation at: http://normandietir.wix.com/tir-simulation 

Marksman Nordic Open - Resultat från finalen

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Laois Country Sports opening

Laois Country Sports is the name of John Conroys mobile shooting ground - a large, custom made marque, combined with the loading area of a lorry together accomodating no less than three ST-2 simulators. It was first run at a tractor rally in Laoise county, Ireland, on May 3, 2015. The simulator in the middle is used for driven pheasant shooting where the birds fly overhead, see the the raised roof in the picture above where the overhead screen is mounted. 

John Conroy at one of the simulators.

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