Scotland Clubs

  • Aberdeen Full Bore Gun Club

    We are an active multi-disciplinary club located on the north-east coast of Scotland. We have a large clubhouse providing a range of facilities inc toilets.
    Our home range has 2 outdoor ranges which can be used concurrently. The 50m range has 10 firing points of electronic turning targets and the 100m range has an 8 point covered firing point providing shelter on windy days. The 100m range may also be used for fullbore shooting in certain circumstances.
    We offer a wide range of competitions and encourage members to try other disciplines. The only discipline that cannot be supported in shotgun. We are a friendly club and welcome visitors from other clubs.

  • Angel Skill-At-Arms Club

  • Arbroath Area Full Bore Gun Club

    The Arbroath Area Full Bore Gun Club is based in Angus, Scotland. We have our own 25yd/50yd range, access to MOD ranges at Barry Buddon and our own Clay Range. We shoot Gallery Rife, Black Powder, Full Bore, Small Bore and Clay Pigeon. We compete in the North East of Scotland Shooting Competition (NESSC), where we compete with other clubs using Gallery Rifle and Small Bore. We target shoot at the MOD ranges up to a distance of 1000 metres.

    We are a friendly club that welcomes interest from anyone who has a genuine wish to become a member. We promote Firearm and Range Safety and the responsible handling of Firearms.

    If you are interested in becoming a member, if you’re new to the sport or an old hand, send us an email through our contact page to start the ball rolling.

  • Balornock Rifle Club

    Balornock Rifle Club is an excellent Scottish club which allows you to shoot Center/Rim-fire Rifles, Long Barrel pistols, Muzzle loading Pistols and Rifles in most calibers.

    Full instruction on firearms usage/safety is supplied free of charge to applicants who are accepted.

  • Cartside Rifle & Pistol Club

  • Cassillis Shooting Club

  • Cawdor Rifle and Gun Club

    Cawdor Rifle and Gun Club is a full-bore target shooting club.  Our range is on Cawdor Estate just south of Cawdor Castle and provides firing points from 100 to 600 yds.  Although primarily a full-bore club, catering for CSR, F Open, FTR and TR, we also have a 50m range allowing us to provide facilities for BP M/L firearms and Gallery Rifle.

    We shoot all year round on Sunday mornings and on Tuesday evenings during the summer.

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  • Civil Service Shooting Club (Rosyth)

  • Claymore Rifle Pistol & Gun Club

    We are an approved multi-discipline club based in the Glasgow area, we hold shoots throughout the year at various venues in the west of Scotland.

  • Dundonald Rifle & Pistol Club

    Dundonald Rifle & Pistol Club offers an extremely varied programme of events for target shooting with both Air/Co2 pistols and .22 Smallbore rifles through to Muzzle loading Pistols and Rifles throughout the year.

    We are open seven days a week.

  • East of Scotland Rifle Club

    East of Scotland Rifle Club

    Home Range: Castlelaw MOD Range (near Edinburgh)

  • Edinburgh Pistol Club

  • Edinburgh University Rifle Club

    Founded in 1956, the University of Edinburgh Rifle Club is one of the most successful university rifle clubs in Scotland, competing across Scotland and England in smallbore (.22), fullbore (7.62) and air disciplines.

    We are currently the holders of the Scottish Universities Indoor League title and Outdoor Championship as well as the British Universities Indoor and Outdoor Championships.

    We are a small and friendly club and are always on the lookout for new members to improve both the competitive and recreational sides of the club.

  • Fife & Kinross Full Bore Rifle Club

    Fife & Kinross Full-Bore Rifle Club meets at Blairadam Range located between Kelty and Kinross. Blairadam Range is privately run by an Association of local Shooting Clubs. Blairadam Range has been in virtual continual use since 1876. The Club goes back to 1946 with links to the original Full-Bore Target Rifle Shooting Associations within the surrounding Region.

  • Galloway Small Arms Club

    South West Scotland – 9 miles west of Dumfries, just 1.5 miles off A75.
    Gallery rifles, small bore rifles, long barrel pistols/revolvers, benchrest (UKBRA), practical & target shotgun (UKPSA) & muzzle-loading pistols/rifles – Outdoor 25m, covered firing point, 6 Lane. Sunday afternoons and Thursday evenings during summer months.
    Full bore (limited to 30/7.62 calibre) 1000 yard range. Covered firing point – 4 benches. Available one Sunday every month.

  • Joint Services Pistol Club

    • Location / Ranges

    Home Office approved rifle and muzzle loading pistol Club.  Police Scotland approved Air Weapons Club.

    Joint Services Pistol Club (and range), Colmslie Quarry, near Langshaw, approximately 5 miles north of Galashiels in the Scottish Borders.

    SatNav: 55.655806, -2.785694; what3words: lecturers.inherits.benched

    10 lane 25 meter outdoor range with turning targets.  3 lane 10 meter indoor air weapons range.

    • Opening Times

    7 days a week, 9:00 to 22:00 (or dusk if earlier), subject to a minimum of 2 adult attendees.  Club days Wednesdays and Sundays.  Friends / Family days – last Sunday of the month.

    • Disciplines and Calibres

    Informal target practice.  Air weapon, benchrest and Gallery Rifle competition.  Small bore, centre-fire pistol calibres and muzzle loading.

  • Land Warrior Rifle Club

    Join the Land Warrior Rifle Club to gain access to our unique 3 lane indoor shooting range near Edinburgh city. Book a range booth easily through our online app with ease. Open days for new members every month.

  • Lothian & Borders Rifle Club

    Lothian & Borders Rifle Club is a small friendly private club with its own range in the middle of a grouse moor in the Scottish Borders. For most, we primarily use our rifles for sporting and wildlife management purposes, but come together on the range for practice, skill development and competitions. But we do have club members who shoot competitively at an international level.

    We shoot out to nearly 600m at a range of different paper and steel targets. Our range is a beautiful place to be but it is fully open to the elements so appropriate clothing essential. We have shoots every other weekend and midweek evenings from beginning of March to July. Competitions include DSC1 type multi position at deer targets, timed gongs and long distance “Fly” target.

    We are a Scottish Government Approved Rifle Club and work closely with neighbouring clubs.


  • National Rifle Club of Scotland

    For the encouragement and development of scientific rifle shooting at long ranges

    The Club is the body responsible for representing Scotland in Long Range Rifle Shooting, and in particular in the International Match for the Elcho Shield

  • Strathpeffer Rifle & Pistol Club

    We are target shooters and, as such, derive our amusement from propelling a small piece of metal at a sheet of paper with the intention of punching a hole in it. Because an injurious velocity is achieved we, as shooters, must be responsible for that piece of metal from start of flight to finish. Safety is, therefore, the cornerstone of all of our disciplines.

    There has been a shooting range, at Milnain beside Strathpeffer, for many years but it was in 1968 that Major Fred Hoare obtained the Home Office approval for the range to be used by the Strathpeffer Pistol Club. Time passed and, following the demise of the Dingwall Rifle Club, some of the Dingwall members came over to Strathpeffer and the Club changed its name to the Strathpeffer Rifle and Pistol Club. Of course, since the “handguns ban” which followed the Dunblane atrocity, pistol shooting has become rather limited but has not disappeared altogether: as subsequent pages will show.

    The club continue to regularly shoot every Sunday throughout the year except Remembrance Sunday.

    Our Club facilities have been improved upon by the addition of a small Clubhouse. This was obtained with a grant from “Sport For All Scotland” to whom we are very grateful.

    We continue to have the same priority as any club in that we always need to attract new members.  To this end we frequently host “Open Days” where we invite strangers to our pastime along to give it a try and we make every effort to comply with our motto, càirdeil, which, for the non Gaelic speakers, means “friendly”.

    So, if you are in any way interested in the shooting disciplines you see on our website please feel free to contact us either using the web link or by telephoning our Chairman or Secretary.

  • Tain Rifle and Pistol Club

    Tains shooting club was established in 1892. 105 years later it still provides an excellent club to be a member of. The new website will offer information on competitions, membership, club history etc.

  • Vintage Arms Scotland

    Vintage Arms Scotland is based in the Edinburgh area, but attracts shooters from across the central belt. Our main interest is historical shooting, both full bore rifle, gallery rifle and pistol, although of late we have broadened our membership to include the users of more modern weapons.
    We shoot on either Castlelaw or Blairadam ranges monthly during the summer and host a monthly shoot at Colmslihill range (Joint Services) throughout the year. We also host the Scottish Historical Championships in September at Castlelaw.

  • West Atholl Rifle Club

    West Atholl Rifle Club meets at its Jubilee Range, Glen Tilt, Perthshire. It is a Fullbore target shooting club which caters for those shooting TR under national rules at distances from 300 to 1000 yards.
    The Club also caters for the disciplines of F Class and TR/F. The longest civilian range in the World using electronic targets.

  • West of Edinburgh Shooting Club

    Friendly Edinburgh based club, shooting smallbore, fullbore and shotgun. Fullbore at approved ranges; indoor heated range for smallbore.
    We have our own clay pigeon shoot situated just outside Edinburgh. New members welcome.