Wales Clubs

  • Aberbargoed Rifle & Pistol Club

  • Abergavenny Rifle & Pistol Club

  • Aberystwyth Rifle and Pistol Club

    Aberystwyth Rifle & Pistol Club is a small club based near to the picturesque seaside town of Aberystwyth in Ceredigion (Dyfed) Mid Wales, we are a small but dedicated club with a 25m gallery range facility with covered firing positions and a clubhouse.
    Licensed for full bore, gallery firearms and muzzle loading firearms, we also have dedicated air rifles and pistol range.

  • Ards and Bangor Club

  • Bangor & District Practical Rifle and Pistol club

    Website for the Bangor Tunnel Ranges.

  • Barry Shooting Centre

    Barry Shooting Centre is owned and operated by Assault Systems Ltd. The following hours of operations are:
    Wednesday 10:00am – 8:00pm
    Saturday 10:00am – 6:00pm
    Sunday 10:00am – 3:00pm
    Location: Barry Area – South Wales.
    Phone: 01446 746375

  • Brecon Rifle Club

    The club shoots on various military ranges south of Brecon.
    Opening times are by appointment only once a month at the main ranges.
    Facilities include 350m range to 1500m range, 30 M range for rifle shooting.

  • Broughton & Cransley Clay Pigeon Shooting Club

    The club has been in existance for about 25 years and has had various ‘Homes’ in and around the Broughton area during this period.
    We have been at our current location for the past 7 years or so.
    The shooting ground is situated just outside Broughton.
    As a club we currently have in the region of 30 members, and we meet on the second Sunday of every month, with a start / finish time of between 8.30 and 11.30 am.

  • Cardiff Shooting Centre Severnside Range

  • Chepstow Rifle Club

    We are located in Chepstow, South Wales, and are the second oldest shooting club in the UK.

  • Haverfordwest Target Shooting Club

    Pembrokeshire’s finest shooting ground

  • Llandudno & Colwyn Bay Marksmen

    Visit our website for more details.

  • Llangollen Rifle & Pistol Club

    Home Page of the Llangollen Rifle & Pistol Club, giving a brief introduction about the Club, and what we have to offer to either a beginner or expert shooter by a small friendly club.

  • North Wales Muzzle Loaders Association

    North Wales Muzzle Loaders Association has its 25yard and 100yard ranges at Moel Tryfan quarry,near Caernarfon in North Wales.
    The club supports several disciplines including antique and black powder, antique and military rifles from the past along with rim fire and modern firearms.
    The club holds clay pigeon shoots on the first Sunday of the month and has several guest days during the year.New members are always welcome.

  • Penrhiwpal Shooting Club

    Members have a wide range of shooting interests from precision target to plinking and including sporting and hunting. They use a wide variety of guns from air pistols and rifles through .22 rimfire rifles and pistol calibre centrefire rifles to shotguns, muzzle loading pistols, revolvers & rifles, and full bore rifles.
    Membership is subject to a six-month probationary membership period. Juniors and ladies are welcome.

    There is a common misconception that shooting is an elitist sport. Nothing could be further from the truth. Target shooters are ordinary people who enjoy the challenge and mental discipline of target shooting.

    To join, attend one of the Open Days the club holds during the year (on the last Sunday of each month)

    Alternatively email us at the the following address secretary@penrhiwpalshooting.co.uk

  • Swansea Rifle Club

    Visit our website for more details.