The Gnat is a delta shaped radio controlled flying aerial shotgun target.
It has ten Firebird explosives on the underside of the wing, which are used for scoring. Generally the Gnat is shot at in teams of 4/5 guns and the aim of the exercise is to ultimately shoot it down. It can been done but it takes a lot of skill to do so.
Since it's inception there have been many developments to improve the Gnat with the emphasis on safety being paramount. The Gnat as we see it today is the best it has ever been.
A gnatshoot system, comprising of pilot, technician and enough targets for the event, can be hired by shooting schools, gun clubs, charity, private or corporate events, shows and private functions throughout the UK.
Find out more by Visiting the Gnat Website by Clicking Here