Not all the 'birds' on your Bucharest stag do are there to take their clothes off! Some get fired out of clay pigeon traps instead. How many can you 'dust' before they hit the ground?
Clay pigeon shooting is one of the oldest, most established stag traditions. It doesn't matter where you head off on your last weekend of freedom: from Blighty to Bucharest, you've always got the option to smash moving clay targets with shotgun pellets.
There's a reason for that, of course. Clay pigeon shooting is absolutely awesome. It combines skill and thrills in equal measure. And it does something almost no other shooting activity can. It gives you a target that responds when you hit it. A target that moves. In other words: something to hunt.
Anyone can blast a hole in a tin can, or shoot the centre out of a static bullseye. But how many of us can say we're capable of tracking and hitting a target that's hurtling through the sky? Clay pigeon shooting is for badasses only.
Add this to your Bucharest stag do, and you'll be giving the boys a proper challenge! Each man gets 25 goes at dusting the clay. Most of those will sail past unharmed. But if you do hit one, you'll remember the sensation for years. (Hint: don't spend to long aiming. Point, and shoot. Your eye is a better shot than you'll ever be.)