Why does a clay pigeon club or shoot need insurance?

Insurance can provide cover if someone is injured or if property is damaged or stolen. If you already have insurance for other activities it is unlikely they will cover shooting so you may require a separate policy. Insurance can also be a legal requirement.

A small clay pigeon club or one off shoot might require public liability as well as employer’s liability if there are employees or volunteers. In addition, if the club owns equipment, guns or has a clubhouse then these will need protecting.

A shooting coach or instructor may want to consider a specific coaches policy giving public liability and professional indemnity – for more detail take a look at our coaches page, or just give us a call as we’d be happy to chat through what you do, and do not, need.


No two organisations are the same so Mann Broadbent will use its experience to find you competitive cover that suits your requirements