Club Membership

The NRA has done so much for our Club and we would not be where we are today without the help of the Association.

Clubs are defined as a collection of individuals who shoot together either at their own range or hire other available ranges including through the MoD.

If your membership has lapsed in the last 2 years, please contact us.

Prices From

£ 126.00

Renewal / Annual

UK Fullbore Clubs – £126.00 per annum

UK Smallbore Clubs – £75.50 per annum

Overseas Clubs – £118.50 per annum

NRA Range Pass – £57.00 per annum


Membership Features

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    UK Fullbore Clubs are defined as those clubs who shoot fullbore (they may also shoot smallbore). Fullbore clubs who also shoot smallbore need only pay the Fullbore Club membership fee.

    UK Smallbore Clubs for smallbore shooting only clubs.

    Overseas Clubs open to clubs outside the UK.

    Affiliation to the NRA entitles Clubs to enter competitions run by the NRA and to take advantage of the NRA Club affiliation package. Clubs who shoot at Bisley must purchase a Range Pass.

    The insurance policy, provided through an insurance broker if required, includes Public Liability Protection with £10,000,000, Limit of Indemnity, Employers’ Liability Protection, £10,000,000 Limit of Indemnity, Association Shooting Equipment (including trophies), up to £5,000 and Clubhouse Fixtures and Fittings, up to £5,000.

    The MOD requires clubs to be affiliated to the NRA and have insurance in order to hire military ranges.

    Please contact The Head of Membership for all insurance queries.

    (Tel: 01483 797777 ext 142).


    Would you like to setup a new shooting club?

    Information on how to do this is attached in the FAQ’s section below.

    Also see the Sport England link on how to start a club here.

Membership Benefits

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    The ability to book and shoot on MoD ranges in the UK (MoD licence required).


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    The ability to book and shoot at Bisley (purchase of a Range Pass required).


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    Clubs can also enjoy the benefit of comprehensive cover offered by the NRA Insurance Scheme provided by insurance broker, if required.


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    Entry to NRA competitions and events.


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    Training courses for Range Conducting Officers, Instructors and Coaches.


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    Legal advice through the NRA’s Firearms Safety, Legal & Technical Department.


Sport England – how to start a club

Club formation Checklist Meeting Home Office Approval Criteria.- Click Here

Clubs Criteria Leaflet – Home Office Approval – Click here

Home Office Approval Form 124 – Click here

Specimen Club Constitution – Click here

Specimen Club Byelaws – Click here