walk-up shooting
 n.— «The holiday is a chance to stalk tawny fields and thorny brush for their meal, searching for pheasants, quail and Hungarian partridges.…The expense of the sport tends to limit it to the manor-born set. An afternoon of walk-up shooting, as it is known, can cost more than $1,000. » —“Holiday Bird on the Table, Flushed Out and Shot” by Stacey Stowe in Millbrook, New York New York Times Nov. 23, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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