The South's leading teambuilding company Progressive Resources, is appearing at the CLA Game Fair at Broadlands in Romsey (28th - 30th July 06) for the third year running with their laser action games.
Visitors will be able to try Lasersport Clay Pigeon Shooting and Pulse Ranger, an outdoor electronic combat game using laser guns. Lasersport is environmentally safe and poses no danger to participants or spectators as the guns fire beams of light instead of shot.
Progressive Resources, who organise over five hundred unique events each year, are expecting to entertain more than two thousand visitors over three days with their popular laser action games.
Lasersport Clay Pigeon Shooting follows the traditional clay pigeon method of launching a target which up to five people can shoot at.
Pulse Ranger can also be played at the CLA Game Fair where players wear a helmet with sensors in that detects the laser shots from opponents' guns.
Each player can shoot a long range deadly accurate rifle beam or they can shoot a wider beam over a shorter area using the grenade launcher function.
Progressive Resources MD, James Coakes, comments:
"This is one of the busiest events of our year, therefore we are delighted to support the CLA Game Fair this year in our own local area. Laser clays have proved to be incredibly popular with all age groups as not only are they environmentally friendly but because of the unique technology used means there is no danger. Even young children can play in total safety.
Lasersport Clay Pigeon Shooting costs £3 for fifteen targets and Pulse Ranger costs £4 per person for a 10 minute game.