NRA Affiliated Clubs

  • 101 Rifle Club

    We are a long established premium club, were we mix smiles and fun with a good helping of safety and professionalism.  Both newcomers and old hands will find our members friendly and helpful.

    We practice all forms of “full bore” target shooting over distances out to 1000yds. ¬†Our speciality is FTR (scoped rifle) were the club is proud to have several members in the Great Britain team.

    We shoot at Altcar rifle ranges, Hightown, just north of Liverpool.  Details of when we are shooting can be found on the calendar page.

    If you are interested in shooting with us then please contact us on the following email address and we can have a chat and get you down to the range.

    The range is a military base so access is restricted, please do not just turn up as you will be turned away….. email us and we can arrange access for you.


  • 1066 Rifle and Pistol Club

    The 1066 Rifle and Pistol Club is situated in Hastings, East Sussex and is Home Office approved for all legal classes of firearm. We have our own indoor range and shoot monthly at Bisley and the military ranges at Hythe and Lydd. See our website for further information.

  • 10th Btn Suffolk Home Guard Rifle & Pistol Club

    We are situated along the Suffolk / Essex border.¬† The club caters for Air guns, Gallery Rifle up to .455″ and Muzzle loaders of a larger diameter at the Committee’s discretion. There are 2 X 25m ranges, 1 X 50m range and a 10m air gun range.

  • 10th Warwickshire Birmingham Home Guard R & P Club

  • 1860 Rifle Club

    The 1860 Rifle Club take there name from the year the Altcar rifle range was opened. They do this as the range is the “home” of the club as it is the only place currently that the members meet to shoot.

    The club promotes a safe, fun and friendly environment for it’s members, visitor and surrounding clubs for which to enjoy the outdoors, the ‘banter’ and the shooting sport. Safety is of paramount importance to every shooter whether in the 1860’s club or one of the other clubs shooting on the adjoining ranges and all the members of the club are the ‘eyes’ for everyone else in support of fully trained and qualified range control officers.

    The club is a non-profit making organisation and as we have no club house to pay for, this keeps membership fee’s to a minimum. The club is also affiliated with the National Rifle Association (NRA)and is also approved by the Home Office.

    The 1860 Rifle Club attend the Altcar rifle ranges each month to shoot a variety of centrefire and on occasion rimfire rifles. We all enjoy the shooting sports in different ways with some members competing in regional and national target competitions while others use the range time to hone there shooting skills for hunting or culling and others attend to simply enjoy shooting the firearms they own in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere.

    For any more information about the 1860 Riflemen go to our ‘Contact Us’ page and feel free to get in touch.

  • 1st Battalion Essex Home Guard (1944) R & P Club

  • 21st Kent Home Guard Rifle Club

  • 26th Middlesex Rifle & Pistol Club

    Off Slades Hill / Enfield Road, opposite Links Side.

    Nearest Postal Code EN2 7HW

    Current night is Thurdays , from around 5pm to 10pm, but the club is open Tuesday & Wednesdays for .22 Full Bore rifle.

    Other nights are possible.

    The Club has a Indoor / Covered range 30 metres by 6-8 lanes. With lighting.

    A outside range of 100 yards and a 50 & 25 under construction.

  • 27th London (Putney) Rifle Club

    The 27th London Putney Rifle Club shoots regularly at Bisley, Surrey.

    We shoot Target Rifles, Black Powder, Shotgun and F-class. For more information, or if you are interested in attending a guest day please email us

  • 27th/30th Middlesex (1944) Rifle Club

  • 32nd/61st Surrey Hg Rifle Club

  • 49th Rifle and Pistol Club (Birmingham)

  • 5th Sussex Home Guard Rifle Club

    We shoot at:

    The Worthing Leisure Centre
    Shaftesbury Road,
    West Worthing BN12 4ET

    Every Friday at 8.00 p.m. in the Projectile Room

    All new members are welcome!

    On a first visit, we will explain the rules and ethos of the Club.

    Please do not expect to shoot on your first visit.

    All new members are vetted by the police which takes four to six weeks, followed by a three month probationary period.

    During this period, tuition is given.

  • Aberbargoed Rifle & Pistol Club

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Addlestone Rifle Club

    Addlestone is a small but friendly Club with about 30 members. We rent Chobham Rifle Range one night a week (Thursday) to shoot lightweight sporting rifle and target rifle at 20, 25 and 50 metres. We have a few full-bore rifle visits a year to Bisley Ranges and we have a small clay pigeon shooting section.

  • Aintree Pistol Club

    What can we offer you?

    We have facilities for :

    • .22 rifle. Standing, sitting, kneeling, prone, precision, rapid, action.
    • Pistol calibre rifle. Ditto.
    • Centre fire rifle at the RFCA‚Äôs Altcar range.
    • Air rifle and pistol.
    • Archery and crossbow.
    • Indoor clay pigeon. The real thing – no lasers etc. Fast and not easy, but great fun.
    • Muzzle loading pistol.

    We also have :

    • Comfortable club room.
    • Good street parking.

    We are open :

    • Monday to Friday 7.00pm to 10.00pm
    • Friday 12.00 noon to 2.00pm
    • Saturday 1.00pm to 3.30pm
    • Saturday air gunners 11.30am to 12.30pm

  • AIR Rifle & Pistol Club

  • Albion Gun Club

  • Alde Black Powder Club

  • Aldershot Rifle and Pistol Cub

  • Alnwick & District Rifle & Pistol Club

  • Altcar Rifle Club

    ALTCAR RIFLE CLUB, established in 1863, shoots at Altcar Rifle Range,Formby, Nr Liverpool by kind permission of the North West of England and Isle of Man Reserve Forces and Cadet Association. Club Shoots take place on Sundays throughout the year, on Saturdays between March and October, and on Thursday evenings between May and July. The Club is affiliated to the National Rifle Association and the County of Lancaster Rifle Association.

  • 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.

  • Ards and Bangor Club

  • Army Target Shooting Club

  • Artists Rifle Club

    Home page of the Artists’ Rifle Club, with shoot programme, application forms and contact details. We retain no connection with the Artists’ Rifle Clubhouse – please see Mars and Minerva Rifle Club.

  • Ashford & District Rifle Club

    The range can accommodate up to 10 air gun shooters or 5 prone rifle shooters or 3 gallery shooters at any one time. Proposals are now being made to construct a 50Metre outdoor rifle range adjacent to the present building.

  • Avon & Wiltshire Shooting Club

  • BAE Systems (Warton) Shooting Club

  • Baildon Rifle & Pistol Club

    A friendly, all age club, male & female – disabled facilities also available.

    Shooting ranges 15 / 20 / 25 yds for air pistols, lb pistols (fac) & all rifles 25yds, most calibers 22-357-44 & 303 incl to club spec, see rules. With indoor & outdoor prone ranges 50 / 75 / 100yds for rim fire & air.

    Meets Monday / Wednesday / Friday 6.30-9.00 pm- Saturday 10am-2pm Sunday 10-12noon & by arrangement other occasions.

    With plenty of skilled target shooters, & a wealth experienced for reloaders, bp. Friendly club & Committee. Club competitions local & national level.

  • Balcombe Rifle & Pistol Club

    The Balcombe Rifle and Pistol Club was first opened in November 1906.

    We are affiliated with the NRA, NSRA, and shoot competitions with the West Sussex and Worthing leagues. We have also had members shoot with the Sussex County team.

    A new outdoor range has been recently opened allowing us to shoot 50/100 yard small-bore rifle.

    The range is sited in Stockcroft road between the Victory Hall and the Parish Room.
    The range is available to members at any time (within reason) but the main meeting times are:

    • Mondays¬† 7pm -9pm

    • Thursdays from 5pm till 7pm for juniors, from 7pm ‚Äď 9pm for adults.


    The rifles we use are 0.22 live firing, two types:

    • one is the standard bolt action ‚Äėopen site‚Äô single shot rifle (normally used for prone ¬†¬†deliberate target shooting at 25 yards)

    • the other is a ‚Äėlight sporting rifle‚Äô which has a spotter scope and ammo clip which self ¬†¬†loads up to 10 shots. This is normaly fired from a standing position, rapid or deliberate at 20 meters.

    We shoot mainly postal competitions, in which all members are strongly encouraged to take part. The year is split into summer and winter leagues.

    There are also ‚Äėshoulder to shoulder‚Äô shoots with local clubs, home or away, which are normaly followed by refreshments and maybe a drink!

    We have outings to Bisley Ranges around 5 times a year, usually Thursdays, with a program of:

    • Clay shoots in the morning (club shotgun available)

    • A break for a picnic or hot lunch (there are facilities on site)
    • Full-bore target shooting in the afternoon (the club will hire a rifle from the NRA armoury on site if needed).

    New members are always welcome.

  • Balornock Rifle Club (Scotland)

    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.

  • Bangor & District Practical Rifle and Pistol club

    Website for the Bangor Tunnel Ranges.

  • Barbarians Rifle Club

  • Barbican Armoury Gun Club

    A small private well run club with its own indoor range and the use of Otterburn military ranges. Excellent facilities, club sitting room with open fire, kitchen and bathroom. The Barbican Armoury is a designated 7(3) Historic firearm site. Telephone 0191 3782880 Thursday to Saturday

  • 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

  • BASC Rifle Club

    The British Association for Shooting and Conservation Limited (BASC) was founded in 1908 by Stanley Duncan, fzs (hon) as the Wildfowlers’ Association of Great Britain and Ireland (WAGBI). The name of the Association was changed to BASC in 1981.

    The Objects of the Association are essentially to:

    • act as a representative body for all sporting shooting
      promote and safeguard all sporting shootin
    • represent all engaged in such sport
    • promote conservation and scientific research and other matters connected with such sport in accordance with the ethics of good sportsmanship
    • uphold and maintain the legitimate interest of members ‚Ķin particular with regard to‚Ķlegislation (on) the use of firearms‚Ķand the lawful right of every member to shoot at sporting quarry with any (appropriate) firearm.


    (a) The BASC vision is:

    ‚ÄúTo ensure a guaranteed future for responsible shooting sports in all their diversity as a widely enjoyed ‚Äď and important ‚Äď part of the life and economy of the country.‚ÄĚ


    The BASC mission is threefold:

    (a)  to promote and protect sporting shooting and the well-being of the natural environment throughout the United Kingdom and overseas

    (b) to represent members’ interests by providing an effective and unified voice for sporting shooting, provide individual services to members and others, and

    (c) to act for the benefit of the community by promoting  practical habitat conservation, wildfowl, game and deer management, good firearm licensing practice, best practice, education and scientific research.


    BASC has six Strategic Objectives:

    (a) an effective and unified voice for shooting

    (b) all party backing for shooting

    (c) balanced comment in the media

    (d) continued opportunity to go shooting i.e. having place, quarry and gun, and opportunity

    (e) high standards

    (f) good governance

  • Basildon Rifle and Pistol Club

    A Home Office approved multi-discipline target shooting club in Basildon Essex

  • Bassingbourn Rifle & Pistol Club

  • BBC Rifle Club

  • Bearsted and Thurnham Rifle Club

    Website for the Bearsted and Thurnham Rifle Club. Based near Maidstone, Kent.

  • Bedfordians Rifle Club

  • Bedfordshire County Rifle & Pistol Club

    One of the premier multi-discipline shooting clubs in the UK. With a dedicated membership of over 200 people comprising of all ages and sexes, and both indoor and outdoor ranges at a variety of distances, the Association offers keen shooting men, women and children the perfect facilities to pursue the sport.

  • Bishops Stortford Rifle Club

    Bishops Stortford (1944) Rifle Club on the Hertfordshire, Essex borders.

  • Bicester Town & District Rifle Club

    Welcome to the Bicester Town & District Rifle & Pistol Club.  We have been around since 1906 and continue to maintain high standards of sporting excellence in a number of National shooting disciplines.

    Our club caters for many types of shooting including Air rifle & pistol (.177 only), Smallbore (.22LR), Light Weight Sport Rifle ( .22LR), Muzzle Loading (Black Powder) and Centre Fire weapons.

    We have an indoor 25 yard range with four firing points at Oxford Road in Bicester and an outdoor range with eight firing points at 50 metres and at 100 yards at Chesterton.

    Everyone over the age of twelve (with parent/guardian present)is welcome, beginners and the more experienced.

    The club has a wide selection of equipment and weapons for use by prospective members and instruction in the safe use and handling of weapons is given free of charge as is the more advanced coaching required for competitive shooting.

    For further details contact Frank Slade at

  • Bisley Field Target Organisation

    The Club provides an attractive open air environment. Members can shoot modern and vintage Air Guns at a range of paper and metal silhouette targets and enter a range of club competitions. As a Home Office approved club we offer a safe place to shoot and enjoy the sport. Please explore this website which contains information on our club, our membership, Field Target (FT), Hunter Field Target (HFT) and the numerous other competitions we run each month.

  • Bishop Auckland & District Gun Club

    We are a club of approximately 100 members based in Bishop Auckland, Co. Durham. We have our own heated 50m indoor range which allows a variety of guns (not airguns) to be used including smallbore rifle, carbine and black powder pistol. We also have a recently completed 10m target air pistol range (please note that we do not accept members who only wish to shoot air weapons).

    We welcome new members from total beginners to experienced shooters. Beginners will be given a full introduction to range safety and weapons handling. A variety of club guns are available for use on club nights which are Tuesday evenings from 7.30pm until 9pm. Club members have access to the range from 10am until 10pm seven days per week.

  • Blackburn Rifle and Pistol Club

    BRPC Blackburn Rifle and Pistol Club sets out to be a friendly and comfortable place to partake in indoor target shooting.

    We offer a full range of services including a series of indoor rifle and pistol ranges from 10M up to 50M.  With disciplines from air pistol to full bore rifle and turning target shooting.

    The current membership is about 200 and the club is open 5 nights and 2 mornings each week.  Across the membership there is a wide range of interests and the club caters for 35 different shooting disciplines.

    Blackburn Rifle and Pistol Club welcomes new members, whether novice or expert.

    With the variety of facilities, members are able to shoot on one of the air ranges wiht both rifle and pistol and also on a dedicated BB range.  Centre-fire and rim0firea re shot on the 25M and 50M ranges covering the full spectrum of target shooting disciplines.

    Muzzle loading pistols and rifles are a common sight on both ranges.  Also seen are an assortment of rifles, from bolt action to self loading tactical styles.

    Wednesday morning is given over to a very special group of blind and visually impaired shooters.  They use modified rifles and crossbows, equipped with acoustic technology to aim at their targets.  British Blind Sport is the governing body for this highly skilled and competitive sport.

    Their helpers are from ‚ÄúGalloway‚Äôs Society for the Blind‚ÄĚ based in Preston, who also transport the members to the club.

    Our membership is both wide and varied, with younger and older, from Olympians to new shooters and all side by side!

  • Blackburn Outdoor Airgun Club

    The club was established in 1984 with few members and has gone from strength to strength. We moved to the current range in July 2006, since which the club has expanded and built extra hides to shoot from due to an increase in the number of members.
    At our club we do NOT shoot animals, we only shoot at steel, paper and chalk targets.

  • Blackmore Vale Shooting & Conservation Society

  • Blackpool & Fylde Full Bore Rifle & Pistol Club

    The club was formed in 1962 and has now passed its half-century mark. Present day membership stands at 90.

    In the early days, it was a club dedicated to Target Rifle practices, making quite the name for itself. At this time there was no home range so all competitions were held at Altcar Military Range. In the 1970s/80s the use of pistols became more common as members also had access to the old barracks range at Weeton Camp. Competitions were now following more UKPSA style action shooting (which the club still follows today with gallery rifles) and Target Rifle somewhat declined. Even so, all aspects of shooting are still followed ‚Äď target, sporting, gallery, clays and stalking.

    In the late 1980s the MOD closed the old Barracks Range as being unsafe. The club solved this problem by simply building its own 30 metre 6 lane indoor range on land purchased near Lytham St Annes, Lancashire where we still hang our hats. Also, the MOD have again given the club access to the Barracks Range at Weeton so we can now practise in the dry and get sun burn when the weather is good.

  • Blakenhall Gun Club

    Blakenhall Gun Club began life in the early 1980s as a pistol club, catering for practical, police pistol and “general plinking”.

    Since the various changes to British Firearms Law, the Club now offers indoor Long Barrel Pistol Shooting, 22LR rifle and full-bore rifle. We also have access to external ranges at Bisley and local Clay-Pigeon Shooting grounds.

    Blakenhall Gun Club has two general 25m ranges designed to MOD specification in order to accommodate small and full-bore shooting disciplines. We also have one 25m range designed to MOD specification ideal for full-bore rifle “sighting-in”.

    Over recent years, Blakenhall Gun Club has seen an increase in the air rifle and air pistol shooting within the club and currently our Chairman is in communication with a German Club to organise a “postal competition”. The Club Chairman has been quite the driving force behind getting the membership, both new and old, into competitive mode. With this in mind, practice makes perfect, which gives a whole new meaning to ‚Äúgeneral plinking‚ÄĚ.

    Members have the opportunity to use muzzle-loading firearms at the Blakenhall facility providing they use “777 powder”.

    The club is looking to regenerate its competitive element, with the support of its membership. However we are friendly shooting club for all shooters and those wishing to come into the “fold”.

  • Blazer Rifle & Pistol Club

  • Bolton NRP Shooting Club

    Bolton based Shooting Club

  • Bolton Rifle & Pistol Club

    We are A Friendly Club currently 100 members who Shoot every Sunday morning at Scout Rd both formal and informal running various competitions throughout the year using most common calibers of firearms  the club owns a selection of firearms for Club Members to use in competitions and on free shoot Sundays.

    This year we have a clay Pigeon club on the first Sunday of the month and we hope to have a Practical Shotgun course set up before spring 2015 we also shoot indoors on Wednesday nights at Nortex Mill where you can practice your skill or just meet up and chat.

    The Range at Scout Rd has disabled access but Nortex Mill has steps to an underground range.

  • Border Pistol, Rifle & Carbine Club

    Club based in Otterburn, Northumberland

  • Boscombe Down Rifle & Pistol Club

  • Boston Pistol Club

    Club based in Boston, Lincolnshire

  • 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.

  • Brentwood Wood Pigeon Club

  • Bridport Shooting Club

    Club based in the South West

  • Brighouse & Huddersfield Rifle & Pistol Club

    Club based in Yorkshire

  • Brighton Rifle & Pistol Club

  • Bristol & District Rifle & Pistol Club

    As a club, we were established in 1954; we are a very friendly and welcoming club as are Bristolians traditionally, we also strongly uphold the tradition of its founders that it’s primarily a club for its members. We have one of the finest facilities in the country and we have had a number of Olympic, national and international champions amongst our numbers. Our members are diverse in backgrounds and professions, and united in a common interest and camaraderie. Please feel free to browse and enjoy the information on our site. If you feel you wish to be a part of a safety conscious, friendly, active and diverse shooting club then please feel free to drop us an email to our membership secretary at

  • Bristol Muzzle and Breech Loading Gun Club

  • British Airways Clubs Rifle & Pistol section

    We are part of BA Clubs and are based at the Concorde Club in Cranford near Heathrow Airport. Membership of the Rifle & Pistol section is open to both BA employees and non-BA employees on a family or associate basis.

    Membership of British Airways Clubs is a requirement, following successful application for Rifle & Pistol section membership.

    Please see the weblink for more details.

  • British Alpine Rifles

    The British Alpine Rifles seeks to uphold the finest British traditions of pistol and rifle marksmanship, offering opportunities for shooting which are no longer possible within her shores. It counts some very distinguished competitors among its members, but membership is not conditional upon shooting attainment. Whilst B.A.R. has limited opportunities for training complete beginners and recommends that applicants should also be members of other clubs that offer regular practice facilities, in principle it welcomes applications from safe shooters of all levels of skill and experience. Its youngest members have joined in their early teens, and its oldest when approaching receipt of the Queen’s telegram.

  • British Benchrest Club

    The British Benchrest Club shoot fullbore Benchrest competitions every month from the Bisley Short Siberia Range. New memebers are always welcome

  • British Pistol Club

    The British Pistol Club was founded in 1957, for the encouragement of International Pistol Shooting, and is the oldest and largest shooting club exclusive to pistol in Great Britain. Since its inception the Club has provided competitions and training in accordance with the International Shooting Sports Federation (ISSF). Using air pistols, we are currently shooting, at 25m; Standard Handgun, Standard Pistol, 25m Pistol and Rapid Fire and at 10m to ISSF Rules; Standard Pistol, Rapid Fire, 60 Shot Men’s and 40 Shot Ladies events. We also offer the 10 from 13 muzzle loading event at 25m for single shot Pistol, and Revolver.

  • British Snipers Club

  • British Sporting Rifle Club

    Our objectives encompass fostering competitive shooting with the sporting rifle, working for the greater safety and accuracy in the use of the sporting rifle on the range and in the field, and for the highest standards of sportsmanship and fellowship in both competitive and leisure shooting activities.

  • British Western Shooting Society

    Our aim is to preserve and promote cowboy action shooting in Great Britain as the other CAS organisation around the world do in their countries.

    Cowboy action shooting is one of the quickest growing shooting disciplines in the world created to preserve and promote the sport of Cowboy Action Shooting.

    Regional matches conducted by affiliated clubs are held through out the year.

    These comprise of various stages with the use of period fire arms. The BWSS is run with the same rules and procedures to ensure safety, as the SASS and other CAS associations. We aim to provide enjoyment and consistency in Cowboy Action Shooting matches.  Members share a common interest in preserving the history of the Old West and competitive shooting.

  • British Young Shooters Association

    The British Young Shooters’ Association (BYSA) is a multi-discipline organisation set up to make shooting easier for young people of any age or ability level.

    We organise training weekends at Bisley Camp and other ranges around the country offering excellent improvement opportunities through training and target time.

    We mainly support Target Rifle and historic Service Rifle but will expand into supporting other shooting disciplines as time goes on.

    BYSA will also be forging long-lasting links with clubs around the country to help you find a local base for your 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. 

  • Budleigh Target Shooting

    Shooting facilities

    • The North Range, used for 50m rifle and 100 yards rifle, also has 20 lanes for turning target.
    • The South Range, used for 50m rifle.
    • The Indoor Range, used for 25m rifle
    • The Indoor 10m Airgun Range.

    At Budleigh we put a premium on Range safety. This requires that you are an established UK NSRA, NRA, club member or a member of a club affiliated to another national rifle or pistol association.

    If you are not a shooter but would be interested in trying out target shooting whilst here, our resident coach is available for introductory instruction.

  • Bullet Lodge Rifle Club

  • Bunhill Rifle Club

    Bunhill Rifle Club is now 18 years old. Designed to fill the gap betweeen cadet and senior shooting, this has now been widened to include young persons who wish to start shooting without any previous experience.

    Development over the years has allowed us to build up a number of experienced coaches, backed up by our own group of Range Officers.

    Shooting takes place every month throughout the year, other than July and August when the Imperial Rifle Meeting takes place and August when most of our members are taking holidays.

  • Burnham Rifle Club

    The Range
    Burnham on sea rifle club is equip for 10, 25 or 50 yard Approved Range for .22 Rim fire cartridge and air rifle. Consisting of 5 firing points for rifle (prone or three positional disciplines)
    Free instruction and coaching is available from Club members with years of experience – for the beginner through to the standard shooter.

    You will receive training in safety, equipment and shooting technique. After a certain level of competence has been proven, novices are allowed to shoot under the normal supervision of the Range Officer and also attend the Monday sessions.
    We have all the kit new members need to try out shooting ? in fact some people carry on using the club equipment, though there is a huge benefit in people getting their own kit if they take to the sport


    The Clubhouse is a Non-smoking area with toilet and kitchen facilities and provides access to the indoor range.

    Looking to Join

    New Starters must register to arrange and attend a safety talk plus introductory training session.
    These sessions are held by appointment, on the 1st Thursday of each month.
    At certain times a waiting list may be in operation to enable the ratio of shooters to instructors to be controlled.

  • Bury St Edmunds Pistol Club

  • Bury & District Muzzle Loaders

    We are a rifle and muzzle loading club primarily serving Greater Manchester, South Lancashire and North Cheshire. Our home range is a 100 yard outdoor facility. We also have access to two indoor 25 yard facilities and a military 300 yard range.

  • Cambridge University Rifle Association

    Cambridge University Rifle Association is one of the oldest Varsity sports clubs in Cambridge. It currently holds the record for the longest run of consecutive Varsity match victories at twenty-four years, and we have won the Chancellors’ Trophy 107 times and The Humphry 77 times.

  • Cambridgeshire Fullbore Shooting Club

  • Cannock & Rugeley Black Powder Club

  • Cannock Rifle Club

  • Canterbury & District Shooting Club

  • Canterbury Airgun Club

    Welcome to Canterbury Airgun Club at Greenfields Shooting Ground.    The Club, recently formed, resides in the grounds of Greenfields and provides undercover shooting and woodland target areas for our members.   Open five and a half days a week (closed Sunday afternoons and all day Monday), we have the full use of Greenfields amenities including refreshments, toilet facilities and a well stocked airgun shop.

    The Club provides a safe and enjoyable environment for informal target shooting including air pistol.  Members are enthusiastic and friendly and helpful advice is always available.

    For further information, please call 07950 462594 Tuesday to Thursday between 12.00 Р14.00 or inquire within the shop.   Application forms are available at the shop

  • Caps Shooting Association

  • Cardiff Shooting Centre Severnside Range

  • Carlisle Small Arms Club

    Our new website address containing information relating to club activities and contact details.
    We are a multi discipline target shooting club affiliated to – NRA, NSRA, MLAGB & CPSA. Any inquiries regarding club membership are welcome.

  • Carshalton Rifle Club

    We are one of the leading shooting clubs in London with a wide range of activities and shooting disciplines available to our club members. Our club house and indoor range is open all year round and it is possible to shoot six days a week. There is a style of shooting to appeal to just about everyone, ranging from air pistols through to smallbore and fullbore targets. We also offer a clay pigeon option with one of our partners at a shooting ground near Gatwick.

  • Cartside Rifle & Pistol Club

  • Cassillis Shooting Club

  • Caterham And District Rifle Club

    The club shoots Light Sport Rifle, .22 Prone, Air Pistol and Air Rifle on our own indoor ranges open 7 days a week and a very active full-bore section at Bisley shooting 100-1200 yards at least once a month.

  • Cawdor Rifle and Gun Club

    We are an active and growing club situated in North East Scotland. The Club’s facilities consist of a 600 yard Full Bore rifle range and a 50m pistol range. The membership is diverse, ranging from target rifle shooters through FTR, Classics, muzzle loaders to gallery rifle and 22 rifle shots. The Club has a full programme, meeting on Tuesday evenings during the Summer and every second Sunday throughout the year.

  • Central Bankers Rifle Club

  • Century Rifle & Pistol Club

  • Channel Island Practical Shooting Association

    Channel Islands Practical Shooting Association (CIPSA) is the Channel Islands region for practical shooting under the International Practical Shooting Confederation.

  • Charter Gun Club

  • Cheam Sporting Rifle Club

  • Chelmsford (1944) Rifle Club

    A Home Office approved gun Club based in Chelmsford, Essex. The Club has its own dedicated and purpose built range which is open to members five evenings a week. The Club caters for people interested in the discipline and fun of the sport of Target Shooting. Welcomes beginners as well as experienced shooters. Members are expected to participate and assist in the activities of the Club.

  • Chepstow Rifle Club

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

  • Cheriton Pistol Club

  • Cheshunt Rifle & Pistol Club

    We are a Home Office Approved club situated five minutes off the M25 at junction 25 on the A10 going north. We shoot: Air pistol and air rifle – Air field target – .22 prone rifle, 3 Position and Light Weight Sport Rifle – Carbine/underlever rifle – Muzzle loading pistol – shotgun falling plate. The club has a number of indoor and outdoor ranges. See website for more details.

  • Chester Field Target Club

    We are a friendly group of airgun shooting enthusiasts who meet fortnightly in beautiful surroundings near Mouldsworth in Cheshire. Our focus is on fun and safety, and new members are always welcome.


  • Chesterfield & District Rifle & Pistol Club

  • Chichester Rifle Club

    Chichester Rifle Club shoots fullbore at Bisley and .22 on its indoor 25yds range in Chichester.

  • Chinnor Rifle and Pistol Club (Oxfordshire)

    Website of the Chinnor Rifle and Pistol Club in the Chiltern Hills area of Oxfordshire. Explains the full facilities of the club, make up of the membership, disciplines and firearms shot there and a brief explanation of the firearms used at this year-round indoor 25-yard range. All ages and abilities welcomed. Club-owned firearms on site available for members’ use, from air pistols and rifles to .22RF target rifles and sporting rifles. Member-owned gallery rifles and black powder pistols may also be shot there. Includes other useful links, including an often discounted and affordable web hosting site as used by the CRPC. For more information about the club, please contact Club Secretary Patrick Twomey (eves.) on 01844-351347 or email

  • Chipstead & District Rifle Club

  • Cinque Port Branch of Muzzle Loaders

  • Cinque Ports Rifle Club

    Club based in Kent.

  • Chobham and District Rifle Club

    Based in Chobham, Surrey – within ten minutes of Junction 3 the M3. The club shoots air rifle, air pistol, .22 prone, 3 Position and Light Weight Sport Rifle. The club has 20 yard and 25 yard indoor ranges and 50 yard and 50 metre outdoor ranges. In addition, the club has an active section shooting full-bore at various venues.

  • Chipping Norton Rifle and Pistol Club

    Chipping Norton Rifle and Pistol Club has a 100 yard range located at Greystones on the outskirts of Chipping Norton. We are surrounded by the rugby club, bowls club, football club and business units.

    We shoot smallbore and air rifle from 100 yards and other disciplines such as gallery rifle and black powder from 25 yards.

    For all membership enquiries please email; likewise if any members wish to use the range other than on Saturday morning it would be appreciated if you could inform the secretary to avoid any clashes (

    For any queries about paying your membership fees please email

  • Christchurch Gun Club, Dorset

  • Chudleigh and Ashburton Rifle Club

    The Chudleigh and Ashburton Rifle Club has been formed by Officers at Chudleigh and Ashburton Police Stations to promote competition Rifle Shooting within the force. At the present time the club is open to police officers, police staff and dependents

  • City of Bristol Service Rifle Club

    City Of Bristol Service Rifle Club is a friendly and professional club, with a great team and members.

    We are all passionate about what we do and¬†are always happy to help, whether you¬†have questions about your application, the club, or shooting. You can contact us via the online contact form or¬†speak to ‚Äčone of the team at our next meet. Dates of all our meetings can be found on¬†the “range Information” page.

    We look forward to hearing from you.

  • City of London Rifle & Pistol Club

  • City of Newcastle Rifle Club

    Fullbore and smallbore sections, regular club shoots at Ponteland range near Newcastle, and Northumberland County open meetings in spring and autumn.

  • City Rifle Club

    The City Rifle Club

  • City Sportsman Rifle Club

  • Civil Service Shooting Club (Rosyth)

  • Clandeboye, Bangor & District Ulster Special Constabulary Rifle Club

    Club based in Northern Ireland

  • Classic & Historic Rifle Club

  • Club Twenty Five

  • 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.

  • Clyde Valley Pistol Club

    The Clyde Valley Pistol Club was formed at Campbell Street, Hamilton in 1963 and we have been at our current location since 1980.
    We have the best indoor range facility in West Central Scotland, wholly owned by the club.

    We have a healthy roster of members from all over Lanarkshire and beyond and are located only 30 minutes South East of Glasgow.
    The Club has Home Office approval for small-bore rifle, centre fire gallery rifle* and muzzle loading pistol target shooting in the indoor range.
    Members also use air rifles, air pistols, CO2 pistols, airsoft and archery equipment. We regularly shoot full-bore rifle at 100-600 yards on outdoor ranges across Scotland.

    A full safety briefing will be given on your first visit (by Appointment Only) and friendly tuition and advice is always available thereafter.
    *(Limited to traditional pistol calibres such as .38 Special, .44 Special, .45 Long Colt etc. and subject to range energy and velocity limits.)

  • Cobham (Surrey) Rifle & Pistol Club

  • Colchester Rifle Club

    Colchester Rifle Club is highly active, and its members undertake many varied shooting disciplines.

    We have a forward-looking membership, with an eye to the advancement of each individual’s shooting abilities and in the club’s facilities. Those facilities are already significant, but this year’s acquisition of the freehold of our ranges and premises have afforded a hitherto unequalled opportunity to improve every aspect of the club’s operations.

    The club has members who are experienced coaches and instructors, and several members are qualified range officers for both small-bore shooting and full-bore shooting on military ranges.

  • Comber Rifle Club

    Based in Northern Ireland.

  • Concord Rifle Club

    We welcome all shooters whatever their experience from beginner upwards. We shoot all classes of firearm from black powder to fullbore target & match rifle. Though we meet at Bisley we are not a competition centred club. We also shoot clay pigeon locally with our sister club – Comet Clays – though not at Bisley. We meet every month, usually on the last Sunday.

  • Consett Historic Rifle Club

    Consett Historic Rifle Club was formed by members from all over the North of England, to help promote collecting and shooting of historic rifles on both indoor and outdoor ranges, for fun and in competition. Smallbore and pistol calibre indoor target practice and competitions are held throughout the year, at individual, club team, and county levels. Semi automatic, bolt action and pump action .22 rifles, with telescopic or iron sights, can be used in the competitions, as well as pistol calibre .357 .44 and .45 lever action rifles. Many of the rifles we shoot indoors, are reproductions of the old historic Winchester cowboy repeating rifles or rolling block rifles, used to shoot Buffalo on the great plains of America many years ago. If your interest lies in fullbore military historic rifles, we can give you all the necessary training laid down by the home office, in order to apply for your firearms certificate, to own and shoot your own rifles. If you already have your firearms certificate and want to shoot on military ranges, we will instruct you towards gaining your NRA/MOD shooting competency certificate. The club has fullbore outdoor shoots on the third Sunday of each month, from February to November inclusive, with the Historic Rifle Competetion held in August of each year. The meetings are held at Battle Hill Ranges near Barnard Castle and various ranges within the Catterick Complex at Wathgill. A wide variety of rifles are shot ranging from Russian sniper rifles to British and Swiss rifles from the time of the first and second world war and even earlier. Indoor shooting takes place every Thursday Evening (except the Christmas period) between 7.00pm and 9.00pm at the Louisia Sports Centre – Stanley.

  • Cornwall Full Bore Pistol Club

    Although the name of our Club might suggest otherwise, our members regularly shoot rifles as well as various types of pistol. A diverse range of both small and large calibre firearms including historical and modern rifles and pistols can be used on our ranges in Cornwall.
    The main disciplines covered by the Club are Full and Small Bore Gallery Rifle, Black Powder Rifle and Pistol, Long Range Rifle and Pistol, Classic and Antique Firearms and Bench Rest.


  • Cornwall Rifle Club

    We are a full-bore target rifle shooting Club, & shoot on Millpool range on Bodmin Moor. We use 7.62mm calibre, or 2.23‚ÄĚ (5.56mm; F Class only), and are also licensed to use .303‚ÄĚ.

    We usually shoot at three ranges, 300, 500 and 600 yards, firing two sighters and ten shots to count at each range, with trophies at each months shoot.

    Cornwall Rifle Club is affiliated to the National Rifle Association and the Cornwall Target Shooting Association.

  • Cotton Dale Rifle & Pistol Club

  • Coventry & Warwickshire Rifle & Pistol Club

    A Home Office approved club with facilities for smallbore rifle, gallery rifle, fullbore rifle and muzzle loading pistol.


    The club meets on Thursday evenings at:

    The Coventry & District Rifle & Pistol Association, Rear of 1 Sullivan Road, Courthouse Green, Coventry   CV6 7JX

  • Crookham Rifle & Pistol Club

    Smallbore Rifle Club based in Hampshire.

  • Croydon Rifle & Pistol Club

    Croydon Rifle & Pistol Club is situated in Jessops Way on the Croydon & Mitcham borders in south London, Surrey.

    Croydon club is cleared to shoot .22LR smallbore rifles up to 100 yards and on our 25 metre gallery rifle and black powder range, various calibres up to .455.

    The 20, 25, 50, 100 yard and the two 25 metre ranges have all-weather capability and the two indoor air weapon 10 metre ranges and the 25 yard smallbore range is heated. So our one club has most of the facilities for shooting competitions that you would ever need, all in one place, with no range fees.

    We have regular visits throughout the year to the National Shooting Centre at Bisley for fullbore rifle shooting from 200 to 1,000 yards and also shoot gallery and sporting rifle there at 200 yards for pistol calibre rifles.

    Please arrange with our Membership Secretary before turning up at the club just so that we can make sure someone will be there to show you around.

    Would all prospective members please note that modern handguns have been banned since 1997 and cannot be shot in the UK and would all interested parties please read the FAQ page before emailing or ringing us.

  • Deal & District Rifle Club

    The home of Deal & District rifle Club.

  • Darlington Rifle and Pistol Club

    Formed over 70 years ago, we have facilities for shooting small-bore target, bench rest and light sport rifle at an indoor 25 yard range in the town.

    We offer full-bore shooting with both target rifle and F Class rifle from 300 to 600 yards at ranges in the Catterick training area and at Strensall near York. Furthermore, through our mutually beneficial arrangement with the City of Newcastle Rifle Club, we shoot as also being members of CNRC or as welcome guests from 300 to 600 yards at Ponteland range near Newcastle.

    The club also organises the annual County of Durham Rifle Association Open meeting.

  • Deddington & District Rifle & Pistol Club

    Deddington and District Rifle and Revolver Club an¬†affiliated target shooting club in Oxfordshire whose objective is to “promote and facilitate the sport of shooting and encourage community participation in the same”.

    We have both indoor and outdoor ranges, with facilities for a variety of disciplines.

  • Delta Full Bore Club

  • Derby Rifle & Pistol Club 1999

    We have our very own complex near Twyford, south of Derby in the East Midlands. An excellent facility with 25m, 50m and 185yd ranges, Clubroom with lounge, kitchen and toilets. Members mainly shoot Ruger 10/22, Gallery rifles, sporting and match C-F rifles, and enjoy travelling to Open events to compete. Please have a look around our website and if you like what you see feel free to contact us.

  • Derbyshire Deer Management

  • Devon Ranges Shooting Club

    Devon Rangers Shooting Club was established in the early 1970s, and is situated in the beautiful countryside of North Devon, in the UK. We have Home Office approved ranges of 20, 25 and 50 yards, with full members having access to the shooting ranges 365 days of the year.

    Rimfire, Centrefire and Black Powder competitions are regularly held at the club and we welcome visitors and potential new members.

  • Dolphin Air Gun Club

    Air rifle club based in Stoke on Trent.

  • Donderbus 600 Club

  • Dorchester Rifle and Pistol Club

    Dorchester Rifle and Pistol Club est 1906. Small bore, black powder pistols and air weapons.

  • Dorking & District Rifle Club

    The Dorking & District Rifle Club is amongst the oldest in Great Britain, having been Inaugurated on 22nd October 1900. The Club has its own outdoor range. This caters for full-bore rifle shooting at 200, 300, 500 and 600 yards.

    Full-bore rifle shooting takes place at Boar Hill, approximately 2 miles south of Dorking on the Coldharbour Road.


  • Dorset & District Gun Club

  • Dorset Police Shooting Club

  • Dover Pistol Club

  • Duchy Shooting Association Cornwall

    Duchy Shooting is a friendly target shooting club which caters for varied disciplines of shooting we have a 100m live fire range where shooters can use rimfire, centrefire & muzzle loading rifles from a covered firing point.
    We also cater for the airgun shooter with a dedicated 40 target field target course & covered firing point on the zero/plinking range.

    Air pistol shooters have an indoor range & an outdoor iron plate action shooting range.

    The clubhouse has tea & coffee available.

    Shooters of all abilities are welcome as club members are always happy to help with advice.

  • Dudley Rifle Club

    A friendly and informative website for the West Midlands based Dudley Rifle Club. Information on the various disciplines available to members, and a wide selection of club photographs and information of the history of the rifle club at the click of a button!

  • 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.

  • Dungannon Rifle & Pistol Club

    Dungannon Rifle & Pistol Club was founded over 30 years ago as a smallbore rifle club. Since that time the Club has expanded considerably both in membership and in the disciplines catered for.

    Based in Northern Ireland.

  • Dunmow & District Rifle & Pistol Club

    Est.1942 and Based in Great Dunmow, Essex.

    .22 prone Rifle Shooting takes place indoors on Wednesday evenings, F-Class Target Rifle Shooting is held monthly at the NSC Bisley as well as outdoor Gallery Rifle at Andrewsfield.

  • Dunnyboe Target Club

    Smallbore rifle club based in Tyrone, Northern Ireland.

  • Durham Constabulary Rifle & Pistol Club

  • Durham University Rifle Club

    Durham University Rifle Club is a growing and friendly sports club. The club shoots a number of different disciplines through-out the year, from 25 meters up to distances of 1000 yards.

    The Club is very successful, with all teams regularly winning their divisions in the Inter-University Competitions. The competitions vary from friendly social shoots with Newcastle University, to regular BUCS competitions to the well-known Full-Bore Imperial Meeting in July.

    The Club hosts absolute beginners, all the way up to international shooters but we stress everyone is equally welcome, regardless of experience. We have a number of qualified instructors, a comprehensive training programme and excellent facilities for new shooters to develop their shooting ability. We train on Wednesday, Saturday and Sundays between 2pm-5pm at our private indoor range, available for all members.

  • Dursley Full Bore Rifle Club

  • Eagle Rifle & Pistol Club

  • East Barnet Shooting Club

  • East Bridgford Rifle Club

    We are a Home Office Approved Club with a membership interested in a wide range of shooting disciplines and accordingly hire various range locations to accommodate members requirements. We shoot black powder (BP) (muzzle loading) rifles and pistols, vintage service rifles, gallery/sports rifles, air pistols and rifles, small bore (SB) (.22in calibre) rifles and full bore (FB) (7.62mm calibre) rifles, and also shotguns. Shooting takes place at Thorpe Cloud in Derbyshire with BP and FB rifle, Castle range in Nottingham (SB and BP pistol), Bisley ranges (FB), and Weston, Newark (shotgun).

    The club meets on a regular basis at Castle range for SB rifle on Friday evenings for SB, air guns, gallery rifle and BP pistols. We arrange two weekend shoots each year at the National Shooting Centre at Bisley in Surrey and several days at Thorpe Cloud in Derbyshire. Shotgun shooting at Weston usually takes place on Sunday mornings.

    We have qualified instructors and free safety and shooting training in all disciplines. We can provide MoD required Safe Shooting Certificates. The club takes part in various competitions throughout the year at all locations mentioned above.

  • East Bristol Rifle and Pistol Club

    The official website of East Bristol Rifle And Pistol Club, a friendly club, situated on the South Gloucestershire and Bristol borders in Hanham,Bristol.

  • East Coast Gun Club

    Based in the Midlands.

  • East Grinstead Target Shooting Club

  • East London Small Arms

  • East Midlands Regional Range

    Home office approved club, shooting across many disciplines and delivering training to NGB standards, with qualified instructors.

    We shoot on Wednesday evenings from 19.00 in Nottingham.

    For further information please contact or call 0844 567 2893

  • East London Small Arms Club

  • Edenbridge & District Rifle Club

    We are a ‚ÄėHome Office Approved‚Äô target shooting club located in the Kent countryside, near Edenbridge in Kent England and very close to Hever Castle Estate. We promote both smallbore .22 target shooting and Air Rifle & Pistol target shooting.

    ¬†Our Club members are drawn from all walks of life and occupations and take part in both Club, Local League, County and Nationally organized ¬†shooting competitions, both ‚ÄėShoulder to Shoulder‚Äô and postal.

     We always welcome existing shooters looking for a new Club and new challenges as well as potential new members who would like to take up an interesting, challenging and rewarding hobby.

  • 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.

  • Enever Rifle & Pistol Club

  • English Eight Club

    The objects of the English Eight Club are to foster long range rifle shooting in the interests of National Defence and in particular to organise the English Team in any International Match shot with the Match Rifle.

    The English Eight Club was formed in 1878 but its origins go back to 1861 and the Elcho Match which was first shot in 1862. It was not until 1978 that the rules specified the objects of the Club quoted above which occurred at the time the Club was accepted as a charity (registration number 277108).

    The club is based at Bisley in Surrey.

  • The English Twenty Club

    We are the governing body for english full bore target rifle and gallery rifle shooting. Our role stretches from encouraging and fostering the sport of target shooting in local county regions, to selecting teams who represent England in national and international matches at home and abroad, to developing, selecting and training our commonwealth games team.

    The club hosts and takes part in a number of events each year including our own spring open prize meeting, the King George the Fifth inter-county heats and final as well as the annual National and Mackinnon matches held at Bisley each July.

  • Enigma Shooting Club

  • Epperstone Rifle Club

    Epperstone Rifle Club is one of Nottingham oldest rifle clubs.  Epperstone has both indoor and outdoor ranges with distances between 5 and 300 meters.  We also attend other ranges with up to 600 meters. Regular competitions in different disciplines are held, such as Black Powder, Rim Fire, Military, Historic, etc.  The club normally attends most Sundays and Wednesdays throughout the year.

  • Epping Forest Pistol Club

    Epping Forest Pistol Club.

  • Epsom Rifle Club

    For 25 yard prone smallbore shooting in Epsom.

  • Erewash & District Rifle Club

  • Estuary Match Shooters

  • Etessa Rifle & Pistol Club

  • Ewhurst Rifle & Pistol Club

  • Ex Services Pistol & Rifle Club

    Smallbore club based in Northern Ireland.

  • Exeter & Mid-Devon Shooting Club

  • Exeter University Rifle Club

    The Rifle Club welcomes everyone, from beginner to international level and with the equipment and access to coaching that makes us a competitive inter-university club.

    We train three times a week at our indoor range, and also go on weekends away to the National Shooting Centre, Bisley, where we shoot at distances up to 1,000 yards.  Last year, our small-bore teams saw great success in their respective BUCS leagues, placing first in each of their divisions. Regardless of experience or desire to compete, the Club offers all you need to have a good time shooting, be it socially or for competition!

  • Exmoor Rangers

    Sounds obvious, but we are a gun club or shooting club that shoots every Sunday of the year on an outdoor range over 110 yards or 100 metres.

    We have a covered firing point and a “block house” with wood burner to keep us warm on the days when it’s not so nice !!!

    We are a fully certified and insured club with a friendly outlook whilst enjoying healthy competition among members.

    We are NRA affiliated and members enjoy the benefits of this when furthering their shooting activity.

    We currently have around 40 members.


    What do we shoot ?

    We shoot muzzle loading handguns and long arms, small and full bore rifles.

    Whilst we are not really a shotgun club, those that have them can shoot clay pigeon from an electric trap on a lot of the last Sundays in a month Рsee calendar.

    The planned event / activity is usually shot in the morning and then it is generally a “free” afternoon session.

    What can we offer you ?

    A friendly welcome, a huge amount knowledge from many experienced members, several who have competed and won Bisley competitions.

    Whilst we can’t alter the¬†weather¬†on an outdoor range, we try to make it enjoyable for all.

    Where are we ?

    We are about 1/2 mile to the east of Parracombe which is 16 miles from Barnstaple.

    It is a¬†secluded¬†former stone quarry. We don’t advertise our¬†position¬†and after contact with the club¬†Secretary¬†and the police checks – not our rules but now national police policy – you’ll be given directions.

  • Exonia & Tiverton Rifle Club

  • Explore 4x4 Rifle Club

    Enjoy Clay Pigeon Shooting with us on the exclusive Elveden Estate in the most stunning East Anglian countryside, on the Norfolk/Suffolk border. Whether you are a total beginner or already have experience, our clay pigeon sessions here offer tuition on a one to one basis, with a Clay Pigeon Shooting Association (CPSA) qualified, instructor. You can be assured of the best teaching, which means you should be hitting those targets with ease

  • F4i- Practical Shooting without the nonsense

    The fastest growing Practical shooting club in the UK which supports the largest Shotgun League and the only Multi-Gun championship in the UK.

    Regular events at Bisley and all over the UK and excellent insurance cover for all your shooting needs.

  • Ferndown Gun Club

    Ferndown Gun Club is based at a Home Office approved indoor fullbore target shooting range within Ferndown Leisure Centre, Cherry Grove, Ferndown, Dorset, BH22 9EZ.

    This 25 yard (23m) range provides facilities for target shooting using air rifles; air pistols; rim fire cartridge rifles; centre fire cartridge rifles; long barrelled revolvers; long barrelled pistols; and muzzle loading revolvers.

    Allowable Calibres:

    .22LR (including Hollow Point/Expanding)
    .38 Special
    .357 Magnum*
    .44 Special*
    .45 Colt*

    * Subject to load/gun combinations not producing muzzle velocities/energies exceeding limits stated below:

    Maximum muzzle velocity – 1,710 f.p.s.
    Maximum calibre – .455 inch
    Maximum muzzle energy – 475 ft. lbs

    The range has electronic returning target systems to 20 yards and programmable turning targets at 25 yards. Club guns are available to members and coaching is available from qualified club instructors.

    The club holds monthly target shooting competitions and organises regular visits to Bisley for shooting at longer distances

    All shooting at this indoor range is conducted from a standing, seated or kneeling position. There is no facility at this indoor range for prone or supine shooting.

    Ferndown Gun Club is a Disability Hub Club accredited by British Shooting and Disability Shooting Great Britain.

  • Fifty Calibre Shooters Association (UK)

    The Fifty Calibre Shooters Association UK, competitive long range, large calibre shooters with regular competition bookings on many Field Firing Areas across the UK, all calibres welcome.

  • Frome District Pistol Club

    We are a¬†‚ÄėHome Office Approved‚Äô¬†target shooting club, Our home range is situated in Shepton Mallet.

    The Club was established in 1973, and has grown to be one of the best shooting clubs in the south-west. We pride ourselves on being a very active club and members participate at all levels of the sport from Club, through County, to National / International events. We even have a number of GB squad members in our ranks.

    We shoot most forms of target sports, including Full-bore, Small-bore and Gallery Rifle, Practical mini rifle, Handgun, Muzzle Loaders / Black Powder, Shotgun and Air Pistols. There are a variety of disciplines and the club has access to excellent facilities to cater for all.

    We have nearly 300 members, drawn from all areas of the region and varied in both terms of age, gender and occupation. We currently have vacancies for new members who can demonstrate the necessary attributes to join the club. If you are interested in joining us please contact us.

  • Fulwood Shooting Club (Liverpool)

  • Fylde Coast Muzzle Loaders Society

    A club dedicated to the preservation and use of black powder firearms.

  • 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.


  • GB 300m Rifle Club - Bisley

    Articles about 300m. Competitions and results for past 3 years. Lots of links.

  • Grange Rifle and Pistol Club

    Wirral shooting club

  • Grove Small Arms club

    The website of Grove Small Arms Club in Norfolk. We shoot in all disciplines from black powder pistol to full-bore rifle at 1200 yards and everything in between. We welcome newcomers and hold regular guest days.

  • Ham and Petersham Rifle and Pistol Club

  • Harlow Practical Club Essex

    Shooting ranges at Hullbridge, Rayleigh & Dunton, Brentwood, within 15 mins of M25 J28-29 (A127)

    Join us to shoot Practical Mini Rifle, Practical Shotgun (PSG) and Practical Pistol & Revolver (LBF – Long Barrelled Firearms)

    The IPSC shooting discipline our speciality, however, we also cater for Full Bore Target Shooting.

    Gun safety is our priority and we have dedicated instructors and range officers to welcome those wishing to learn to shoot and, of course, experienced shooters are most welcome too. Shooting without nonsense does not have to mean shooting without sense; safety is of utmost importance if we are to keep our sport and our guns from joining the ‘banned in the UK’ list.

    Please visit our web site for the latest information and to learn more about us.

    HPC – THE premier Practical Shooting Club in Essex.
    Home Office approved – NRA affiliated.

  • Harlow Town Rifle & Pistol Club

    Air Pistol, Smallbore and Practical Shotgun in Harlow, Essex

  • Hartlepool Rifle Club

    Small bore indoor rifle and pistol range.
    All instructors are CRB checked.

    Disciplines are Air Rifle/pistol, live fire .22, .38 rifle – range is Home Office Approved to .45 calibre.

    Black Powder is also catered for.

    We encourage Junior membership and we are an outlet for Duke of Edinburgh Awards Scheme.

  • Havant Rifle & Pistol Club

  • Haverfordwest Target Shooting Club

    Pembrokeshire’s finest shooting ground

  • Hemswell Shooting Club

    Hemswell Shooting Club is located in Hemswell Business Park at Hemswell Cliff in Lincolnshire. Full bore, small bore, muzzle loading and air rifle shooting for pleasure or competition. New members welcome. For more information please visit our site.

  • Hendon Rifle Club

    Located in west London near Brent Cross shopping centre. Mainly smallbore shooting, prone and standing gallery rifles

  • High Wycombe & District Rifle & Pistol Club

  • Highpower Rifle Association

  • Huddersfield Rifle Club

  • Ibis Rifle Club

    Ibis is a small, friendly club that has had a presence on Bisley Common since 1907. The club is situated in a prime position on Club Row.

  • Imperial College Rifle and Pistol Club

    Contains information on the club, where we shoot, what we shoot as well as some useful information on how to shoot.

  • Isle Target Sports Club

    Isle Target Sports Club, located near Mepal, Ely Cambridgeshire. We have 25 & 50 metre ranges. An Air gunners range plus an area for Practical Shotgun and clay shooting. We also have facilities for Archery. A Guest day is open to all on the third Sunday of the month where members of the public can have a go at shooting a variety of firearms with a view to club membership at a later stage. We are a friendly club and welcome all.

  • Itchen Valley Shooting Club - Winchester

    Formed in 1971 The Itchen Valley Shooting Club is a Home Office Approved Club, offering all forms of target shooting in a well equipped indoor range in the centre of Winchester, Hampshire. The club offers a warm friendly atmosphere to both new and experienced shooters and has one of the most active memberships of any target shooting club in the South of England.

  • Jaguar Rifle Club, Coventry

    Coventry based small bore & full bore rifle club,

  • Joint Services Pistol Club

    We are a Gallery Rifle and Pistol club based at Colmsliehill Range near Galashiels in the Scottish Borders.

  • Kidderminster Rifle Club

    Kidderminster Rifle Club was formed in 1901 and is home office approved for small-bore and full-bore target rifle.  We meet on a Tuesday evening indoor 25 yard .22 range competing in leagues.

    We are a small friendly club and visitors and new members of all ages are always welcome.

  • Killingholme fullbore shooting range in lincolnshire

    NRA and MLAGB affiliated fullbore club. open for membership. 11 shooting positions with fullbore rifle,.22 rifle, gallery rifle and muzzle loading pistols and rifles. A friendly and well run club. New members welcomed.

  • King's College School Old Boys' Rifle Club (KCSOBRC)

    The Rifle Club is able to offer to those unfamiliar with shooting sports a chance to try out various shooting disciplines including; Target rifle, Action rifle, Gallery rifle, shotgun and if you are really keen heritage firearms.

    If you are an experienced shooter and would like to come along to one of our shoots, we would be delighted to see you. The Club practises regularly and we also compete in National competitions. Our Club is based at the Surrey Rifle Association, which is a very people friendly establishment on Bisley Camp near Woking in Surrey.

  • Kings Lynn St Michaels Rifle and Pistol Club

    King’s Lynn St Michaels Rifle & Pistol Club

  • Lands End Shooting Club

    Full details of the club, location, contact and fixtures

  • Langar Rifle Club, Nottinghamshire

    Langar Rifle Club is one of Nottinghamshires premier clubs and specialises in prone position smallbore and fullbore shooting.

  • Lee Enfield Rifle Association

  • Leek Shooting Centre

    Official club website for Leek Shooting Centre

  • Llandudno & Colwyn Bay Marksmen

  • 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.

  • Lloyds TSB Rifle Club

  • London Practical Shooting Club

    Practical shooting at Bisley and surrounding ranges including Practical Rifle, Gallery Rifle and Practical Shotgun

  • Louisa Centre Gun Club, Co. Durham

    Louisa Centre Gun Club, County Durham

  • Luton Rifle and Pistol Club

  • Lydd Rifle Club

    Lydd Rifle Club is formed from a relatively small group of individuals from all walks of life and a broad spectrum of ages who share a common interest in the sport of shooting. Although primarily a full bore rifle club our members enjoy shooting a wide range of weapons including .22rimfire, Gallery rifle (under lever carbines), black powder pistol/rifle, and full bore rifle both sporting and target. We also have a healthy contingent of members dedicated to old military weapons from both World Wars. We shoot twice a month on Military Ranges at Hythe and Lydd with ranges varying from 25m to 900m. On occasions we arrange for a day at Bisley for any members who fancy a change of venue and between our shoots get together for a day at a local clay shoot for anyone who is interested. Whilst we take the sport seriously we also try to ensure that everybody has a good enjoyable day. Our aim is to promote to sport of shooting in all its various forms and encourage the safe handling and ownership of firearms by responsible citizens.

  • Maidstone Pistol and Rifle Club

    We are a small friendly club that shoots smallbore and fullbore rifles and blackpowder pistols.

  • Manydown Rifle Club

  • Marlow Rifle & Pistol club

    MRPC is one of the longest established clubs in the South of England. We celebrated our centenary in 2007. We have our own heated and well ventilated 6 lane, 25 yard indoor range.

  • Marple Rifle and Pistol Club

    A fullbore, smallbore and airgun club with a 25 metre indoor range, shooting everything from .177 airgun to unlimited calibre blackpowder.

  • Mars and Minerva Rifle Club

  • Marylebone Rifle & Pistol Club

    Promoting the shooting sports in the heart of the City of London.

  • Mattersey Rifle & Pistol Club

    The website of Mattersey Rifle & Pistol Club

  • Merlin Archery Centre

    Loughborough, Leicestershire

  • Middlewick Range Association

    Middlewick Range Association is a sporting rifle club offering its members a safe and friendly environment to enjoy rifle shooting using the facilities offered by the military ranges at Middlewick and Fingringhoe near Colchester

  • Minehill Target & Sporting Club

    We are a small friendly club based in County Down, Northern Ireland.

    Both visitors and new members of all ages are always welcome.

    Email: Attn: Eric Rosborough

  • Morecambe Rife and Pistol Club

    We shoot a wide range of disciplines including air guns, blackpowder, fullbore rifle, smallbore rifle and gallery rifle. We own two 25m ranges and have have access to Altcar ranges. For more information or to contact us please click here .

  • Newcastle University Student Rifle Club

    Website for Newcastle University Student Rifle Club. Information on our activities and events plus contact information.

  • Newport and District Air Rifle League

  • Newport (IW) & District Rifle Club

    We are the Isle of Wight’s premier target shooting club. We shoot a variety of disciplines from .22 rim fire through fullbore to black powder and shotgun. There is an array of silver and other trophies to be won every year. But if you’re not the competitive type, you can just shoot for fun.

  • North East Lincolnshire Target Club

    Members shooting club based in Bradley, Grimsby, N E Lincolnshire. Our friendly, family oriented club offers indoor facilities for .22 rimfire rifle, pistol calibre rifle (eg .38, .357, 9mm), long barrelled pistols/revolvers. black powder pistols/revolvers, air pistols and air rifles. We also have a Long Range Rifle section which shoots fullbore rifle regularly at MoD Strensall York. Our club building has level access throughout with disabled toilets and our comfortable lounge is an ideal place to relax before and after shooting. For membership enquiries please email our Secretary, Steve Davidson, at:

  • North Humberside Rifle & Pistol Club

    North Humberside Rifle & Pistol Club is a family friendly members’ club offering smallbore, fullbore, airgun, muzzleloading (cap & ball) shooting and indoor Archery. we have two indoor 25 metre ranges that have just been newly refurbished. We are based in Hull, East Yorkshire. We can be found on Facebook under North Humberside Rifle and Pistol Club. Tel: 07426 568657

  • North London Rifle Club

    The North is a friendly club for people who enjoy target shooting, particularly full-bore Target Rifle (TR) and Match Rifle (MR), F Class Open and TR. We offer supportive training for beginners, leading to NRA safety certification, and development programmes right through to international class. The North?s teams are winners! We have a thriving youth section, with members as young as 8.
    Our beautiful and extensive clubhouse, with friendly full-time staff, is in a prime location adjacent to the shotgun facilities and Century Range. It offers dining facilities for up to 70 people, a bar including “smoothies” and bar meals and noted for its fine ales, a veranda and lounge for relaxing and enjoying good company, showers, a commodious gunroom, bedroom accommodation, and wi-fi broadband throughout.

    For more information please contact:
    The Secretary
    North London Rifle Club
    Club Row, Bisley, Brookwood, Woking, Surrey, GU24 0NY


    Or Email:

  • North Staffordshire Shooting

    Website for the North Staffs Shooting Club in Stoke on Trent Staffordshire.

  • 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.

  • Northampton Target Sports Club

    Northampton Target Sports Club (NTSC) is a Home Office approved Shooting Club for smallbore rifle, pistol calibre rifles & Muzzle Loading pistols located in Northamptonshire. We also shoot all forms of Air Pistols & Air Rifles.

  • Northern Ireland Target Sports Association

    NITSA is one of the largest Pistol and Rifle Clubs in the North of Ireland our two ranges are located 7 miles north of Newry Co. Down and within yards of the main Belfast to Dublin Road. We have around 250 members who use a five lane 25 metre range with covered firing points and a fifteen lane range for full-bore pistol and small-bore rifle. We welcome visitors from other clubs.

  • Northwood Rifle & Pistol Club

    Northwood Rifle & Pistol Club was founded in 1911 and is one of the longest established shooting clubs in Middlesex.
    We are Home Office Approved and situated in the Northwood/Ruislip area. We have a 25m Outdoor range at which we shoot Air Pistol, .22 rifle and pistol calibre.38/.357 .44 and .45 Underlever rifle on Saturdays throughout the year.
    The positions we shoot are standing, kneeling and sitting.

    The Club is affiliated to the National Rifle Association and we shoot Fullbore Rifle regularly at Bisley at distances from 100yds to 1000yds.

    We also participate in Shotgun shooting, sporting clays locally, and Target Shotgun at Bisley.

    Deer hunting in the UK and game hunting in South Africa is also available for those who are BASC members and DSC1 qualified. We can provide the necessary training laid down by the Home Office to allow you to own and shoot your own rifles and instruction towards gaining a shooting competency certificate.

  • Norwesters

    Norwesters is a Home Office approved club affiliated to the NRA. We shoot a variety of disciplines at Bisley throughout the year, usually on the third Sunday of each month, at ranges from 25 to 1,000 yards. If you are interested in membership, guest days, or any other aspect of the club, please visit our website:

  • Norwich & District Gun Club

    Home Office approved outdoor range that shoots 25 and 40 metres on alternate weeks. We cater for black powder, .22 and all pistol calibres. We also have access to full bore shooting on military ranges. See website for full details.

  • Nottingham City Rifle Club

    Nottingham City Rifle Club is a friendly target rifle shooting club located in the city centre of Nottingham, UK. Located within a 5 minute walk of Nottingham City Centre we meet every Tuesday evening from 6.00pm to approx 9.00pm, shooting smallbore target rifles and other rifles. Some Members also shoot full bore target rifle at other ranges

  • Nottingham Royal Ordnance Rifle and Pistol Club

    We are a home office approved target shooting club and have to stick to strict rules set out by them. Our guest days are the first Monday of the month when visitors can attend by appointment and shoot firearms under the instruction of the members. Our main shooting activities are competition small-bore and full-bore rifle shooting, vintage service rifles, gallery rifles and black-powder firearms but we support virtually all the shooting disciplines.

  • Novio Magnum Pistol Club (Chichester)

    Novio Magnum Pistol Club Full-bore ranges are situated just outside of Chichester, with our indoor range near the town centre. We have good facilities at the club, with a 25m and 50m outdoor range and one 25m indoor range. The club participates in inter-club, county and national competitions as well as running internal competitions and fun shoots.

  • Offas Dyke Rifle Club

  • Old Albanian Shooting

    We shoot small-bore prone target rifles in Bedfordshire all year round with trips to Bisley for full bore practice and matches. We are actively looking for new members, so please get in touch here if you would like to find out more.

  • Old Epsomian Rifle Club

  • Club Old Sergeants Mess Shooting Club

  • Old Windsor Rifle and Pistol

  • Oundle Rifle & Pistol Club

    Oundle Rifle & Pistol Club is a target shooting club in Oundle, Northamptonshire for FAC and non-FAC holders.

  • Paignton (Torbay) Rifle and Pistol Club

    The Club has three ranges available at any one time: 25 yards for prone rifle and benchrest. This has four firing points and the targets are changed electrically. 20 yards for sport rifle/air pistol. This range has four target holders fitted to a turning target mechanism. The length of time the target appears can be varied for rapid-fire events. 10 metre for air rifle/pistol. This range has four points with electric target changers and each target is individually lit to provide the best possible shooting conditions for this very demanding Olympic sport. Each range is fitted with a video camera for safety and security. The Club has two armouries for Club and members equipment. Lockers can be rented for a small annual fee.

  • Pennine Shooting Sports Association

    The Pennine Shooting Sports Association (PSSA) has one of the oldest shooting ranges in the UK with shooting records going all the way back to 1861.
    The present buildings and ranges were originally built by the British Army around 1897, and purchased by civilian clubs when the Diggle Range was no longer required.

    Club Details

    Wide range of shooting events and competitions
    1000 yard shooting range ‚Äď ideal for long rifles
    Provides training facilities to the Greater Manchester Police
    Provides test facilities to British Aerospace (Royal Ordnance)

    Club Disciplines

    Target Rifle
    F Class
    Classic Military Rifle
    Quigley & Black Powder
    Lever Action
    McQueens & Tactical
    Practical and Civilian Service Rifle
    Practical Rifle
    Civilian Service Rifle

    Contact Details: Email:
    Location: Diggles Range Pennine

  • Penrhiwpal Shooting Club

    Penrhiwpal Shooting Club ‚Äď Near Llandysul and Newcastle Emlyn in west Wales. Website:- ¬†¬†

    25 yard and 50 metre ranges certified for .22 rimfire, pistol calibre rifles and muzzle loading guns. 100 yard range certified for full bore rifles.

    Meet on Sundays and Wednesdays from 11am to 4pm. Clay pigeon shot ion specified Saturdays throughout the year.

    Indoor 10 metre airgun range for sub-6ft.lbs. guns. Including CO2 pistols which are also shot outdoors in the Summer as IPAS competitions.

  • Phoenix Shooters Association

    We are a small, family-friendly target shooting club serving the Wirral, Merseyside, Cheshire & North-Wales Area.

    We shoot on military ranges at Sealand, as well as local clay layouts.

  • Phoenix Shooting Club

    Phoenix Shooting Club was formed in the 80’s and until the pistol ban of 1997, was primarily a practical pistol club. Since the pistol ban we have had to look at different shooting disciplines for our shooting enjoyment and although we cannot shoot pistol competitions here in the UK we can still shoot action target events either with Shotguns or .22 rifles. We also shoot Gallery rifle and full-bore rifle.

  • Pickering Rifle & Pistol Club

    Located in North Yorkshire close to the market town of Pickering & established in 1946, we shoot a range of disciplines including F-class/Target Rifle/ military/black powder & lever action. Shooting takes place every Sunday throughout the year on our own range at 100, 200 & 300 yards & Strensall military ranges up to 600 yards. This is a no frills, friendly club run by its members, for its members & offering a comfortable atmosphere amongst like minded individuals doing what we?re passionate about: shooting! Click on the link for further information.

  • Pinhoe Target Shooting Club

    Friendly club with indoor range at 25yds and outdoor ranges at 50yds, .22, air, LSR indoor with spacious clubroom and ample parking.

  • Police Sport UK Shooting Section

  • Portsmouth City Rifle & Pistol Club

    Portsmouth City Rifle Club is one of the Districts oldest gun clubs established in 1907. We are located in southsea, Hampshire. We have two indoor ranges and several other facilities including Prone and Bench-rest. If you are a new shooter then we can support you with coaching. For the more experienced shooter there are matches and competitions to take part in. We are open to new members. Visit our website to learn how you can enjoy shooting sports at or club.

  • Preston & District Rifle and Pistol Club

    Preston & District Rifle and Pistol Club shoots on an indoor 25 metre range

    We shoot 4 days a week plus once a month at Altcar MOD range at ranges of 200 to 1000 yards.

    Airguns and small/full bore rifles are used with no need to own your own.

  • Pumas Rifle Club

    We are a Home Office approved club, affiliated to the NRA.
    The object of the club is to encourage participation in fullbore target rifle events, within a team or as an individual, by providing a supportive environment.

  • Red Rose Rifle Club - North-West England

    Membership details on website. Club news,competitions,calendar,gallery and more. Located in the northwest of England.

  • Reeds Target Shooting Club

  • Reepham Shooting Centre, near Lincoln

    Reepham Shooting Centre is a friendly shooting club near Lincoln

  • Ricochet Rifle Club

    We are a small, friendly, successful, full-bore rifle club that takes shooting seriously.  A history of the club is published in the Spring 2009 edition of the NRA Journal.  We are affiliated to the NRA and the Oxfordshire R.A.

    Members shoot at Bisley and at ranges from Kent to the West Country.  There are members in Berks, Dorset, Glos., Hants, Kent, London, Oxon, Somerset, and Surrey.

    We are a good, inexpensive club for those who shot at school or university that have no ‚ÄėOld Boys‚Äô shooting club of their own.¬† We can provide rifles, telescopes, equipment, and above all enthusiasm and training expertise.¬† We have all standards of shooter from ‚Äėkeen but average‚Äô up to International.

  • Roding Rifle & Pistol Club - West Essex

    Roding Rifle and Pistol Club. The Club’s new website. The club incorporates the South East Essex Pistol and Rifle Club. The club also shoots at Bisley in many different disciplines – Target Rifle, Gallery Rifle, Long Barrel Pistol, Sporting rifle and muzzleloading pistol and rifle events. There is a club championship which incorporates all of these disciplines into an agregate competition. call Les Wood – 07778 379 655

  • Romsey Shooting Club

    The website of the Romsey Shooting Club.

  • Royal Air Force Target Rifle Club

  • RAF Small Arms Association

  • Royal Navy & Royal Marines Rifle Association

    Website detailing contact details, fixture lists and news relating to all aspects of shooting within the Royal Navy, Royal Marines and their Reserves.

  • Rustington and District Home Guard Rifle Club

    Fullbore and Blackpowder Club, shooting on our private 100yd outdoor range and regularly taking advantage of the facilities at Bisley.

  • Salisbury Vintage Rifle and Pistol Club

    Official web site of the Salisbury Vintage Rifle and Pistol Club

  • Salvo (Horsham) Rifle Club

    Salvo (Horsham) Rifle Club – a club for those interested in both .22 and full bore rifle. We shoot regularly at our indoor .22 range in Horsham, and we also visit the National Shooting Centre at Bisley to shoot full bore events. We are based at The Holbrook Club, North Heath Lane, Horsham, West Sussex, RH12 5PJ.

    We number around 35 members including ladies, gents and juniors who participate regularly in two main disciplines: Prone rifle and Lightweight Sporting Rifle.

    We welcome shooters of all ages (minors need to be accompanied), and will make our best efforts to accommodate shooters of all physical abilities.

  • Sedbergh Shooting Club

    Outdoor 25 metres range that caters for Fullbore, Muzzleloading, Small Bore Rifles, Carbines and B/P pistols, we encourage juniors to participate in the sport. We are located six miles east of Kendal, Cumbria.

  • Sheffield Rifle Club

    Sheffield Rifle Club is actively seeking new members. The club has been in existence since 1900 and members shoot full bore in competitions all over the country. Our “home” range is Thorpe Range in Derbyshire where we organise regular guest days throughout the shooting season.

  • Sidcup & District Rifle Club

    We are a friendly and safe club. We shoot at Bisley twice a month all through the year

  • Sigma Rifle & Pistol Club

  • Single Shot Black Powder Cartridge Rifle Club of GB

    We are a small friendly club that enjoys shooting old style Black Powder cartridge rifles. We have a programmme of relaxed friendly competitions from March to November as well as shooting Long Range (900 and 1000 yards) throughout the year.

    If you are interested, take a look at our website and contact us.

  • Solihull Rifle & Pistol Club

    Solihull Rifle and Pistol Club is a not for profit organisation, originating in 1944 as part of the Solihull Home Guard. We are dedicated to one of the most popular sports worldwide, which is included in the modern Olympic Games.

  • Somerset County Rifle Association (SCRA)

    The Somerset County Rifle Association is a Target Rifle Shooting Club utilising Langport (MoD) Range near High Ham in Somerset and a private range in Mid Devon. The normal distances we shoot at are 300/400, 500 and 600 yards. Occasionally we shoot at shorter distances and get out out muskets, revolvers, and canons! Occasionally we go to other ranges like Bisley and shoot out to 1000 yards… We shoot all “full bore” rifles and have three main classes: Target Rifle (TR) – Very accurate .308 Win/7.62 rifles with iron sights, jackets and slings Vintage – Mostly .303 Lee Enfields, but any war time/military weapons in old calibers with iron sights are allowed. F Class – Very accurate .308 Win/7.62 rifles with powerful telescopic sights and bi-pods.

  • South Hants Rifle and Pistol Club

    Located in Portsmouth, we have two indoor ranges for smallbore and pistol calibre shooting, and also shoot full bore rifle twice a month on a local MOD range.

  • South London Rifle Club

    South London RPC was founded in November 1874 at Nunhead in South London and completely moved to Bisley by 1923. Since its foundation South London RPC has encouraged target shooting with rifle and later with pistol. The club has helped many shooters to championship standard and today we are still involved with coaching new and existing shooters, and taking part in competitions. Our members take part in many of the competitions at Bisley as well as the competitions we organise for ourselves. Our members have the full use of our clubhouse at Bisley, which is located close to Fulton’s Gunshop and close to the NRA Range Office. The clubhouse has a kitchen, sleeping accommodation and a gunroom for cleaning guns. Further information and details about joining the club may be obtained by sending an email using the link on our website.

  • South West Lancs Pistol club

    SWLPC provides a safe and comfortable environment for various target sports activites

  • Southend Rifle and Pistol Club

    Southend-on-Sea Rifle and Pistol Club

    We have Full-bore, Gallery Rifle and Pistol and .22 target and air rifle/pistol sections. Please visit our web site at “”

  • St. George rifle & pistol club

    We are a rifle & pistol club based in Newcastle upon Tyne. Membership is open to anyone who can comply with requirements of the home office regulations

  • St Nicholas Rifle & Pistol Club

  • Staffordshire Phoenix Rifle and Pistol Club

    Formed recently by a group of keen established shooters, the Staffordshire Phoenix Rifle and Pistol Club is a modern, progressive club that seeks to promote the sport of target shooting in a friendly, relaxed and safe environment.

    The Staffordshire Phoenix Club proposes to provide morning and afternoon shoots on our military ranges at the weekends and, in the summer months, the occasional afternoon/evening shoot.

    Additionally we are also arranging friendly competitions with other clubs on a reciprocal basis and excursions to other shooting venues with sporting shoots, tunnel ranges, intro to stalking and pigeon/clay pigeon shoots for those with the desire to shoot shotguns, and we are open to even more suggestions.

  • Stead Hall Rifle and Pistol Club

    We are a private shooting club in West Yorkshire offering excellent facilities for small and full bore rifles. The range has 2 underground firing positions with a shooting distance of 100 yards. Super clubhouse with just about all the facilities you could ask for!

  • Stevenage Rifle & Pistol Club

  • Stock Exchange Rifle Club

    The Stock Exchange Rifle Club was founded in 1901 by Sir Robert W Inglis, then Chairman of the Stock Exchange. The main aim of the club was to teach full bore rifle shooting on an indoor .22 range in London.

    In 2013 we opened our current indoor range at London Bridge, in the City of London. Here you can enjoy .22 rifle, rim fire and centre fire gallery rifle and air pistol and rifle disciplines. SERC also has a large full bore section whose home is still with the LMRA clubhouse at Bisley. We have members from all walks of life and all locations. If you follow the link to our web site you will be able to find the details as to how you can join the club.

  • Stourport-on-Severn Pistol & Rifle Club

    A Home Office Approved Club situated between Kidderminster and Stourport-on-Severn, Worcestershire.
    We have a multi-purpose outdoor range with 38 covered firing points allowing members to shoot at distances of 20m, 25m,50m and 100 yards.
    The club has strong and successful interests in a wide variety of disciplines and provides plenty of opportunity for recreational and competitive target shooting with gallery rifle and pistol, smallbore prone rifle, muzzle loading black powder arms, historic breech loading arms and air rifle.

    New members are always welcome.

  • Surbiton Postal Rifle Club

    Founded in 1966. Surbiton Postal Rifle Club is based on the border of Kingston Upon Thames and Surbiton, Surrey. We are a Home Office approved target shooting club. Our club boasts many facilities. Including 3 indoor ranges, with over 24 heated and ventilated firing points. Disabled access is available througout the club. Training and coaching is available at all levels from beginner to expert. We have dedicated nights for youngsters, many of our Juniors have gone on to win international competitions! We offer many different disciplines of shooting using .22 rimfire rifle or pistol, pistol calibre rifles, air rifle and air pistol.

  • Surrey Rifle Association

    Founded in 1861 and established at Bisley in 1895 the Surrey Rifle Association operates successfully as both a County Rifle Association and a rifle club, and is one of four clubs at Bisley with full-time staff and “open” Membership.

  • Swadlincote Rifle & Pistol Club

    A multidiscipline club situated on a five acre site in South Derbyshire. Currently affiliated to NRA, NSRA, MLAGB, DRA, EMTSA. Disciplines include HV Centrefire Rifle, Gallery Rifle, .22 R/F and .17 R/F Rifle, Blackpowder Rifle, Muzzle Loading Pistol, Precision Air Rifle and Air Pistol, Sporting Air Rifle, Practical Shotgun and Practical Rifle, Archery. Recently renewed five outdoor range safety certificates to NRA style civilian certificates.

  • Swansea Rifle Club

  • 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.

  • Tamar Rangers Rifle Club

    Friendly multi-discipline club shooting in Devon and Cornwall. We shoot on a private range (25yds-100yds) and an MOD range on Bodmin Moor (100yds-600yds). New members always welcome.

  • Taunton Deane Shooting Association

    Taunton Deane Shooting Association (TDSA) is a Home Office Approved Club which offers members small bore, full bore, black powder and air gun shooting close to the centre of Taunton Somerset.

  • Tees Valley Target Sports

    Tees Valley Target Sports Club (previously known as Guisborough Gun Club) in its present form dates from 1963, our club members come from Teesside and its surrounding areas of North Yorkshire and County Durham. We have indoor and outdoor 25m range facilities for small bore rifle and use local military ranges for full bore rifle. Our members also shoot at Bisley. Clay shoots are held every month. We are currently developing an indoor facility on Teesside which will also provide excellent facilities for air rifle, air pistol, archery and soft air.

  • Teesside Rifle & Pistol Club

    Founded in 2004 and operating in the Teesside, County Durham and North Yorkshire areas  we are a small friendly club of around 75 members. We shoot small bore and gallery rifles on indoor and outdoor ranges at 25 Р50 metres, plus full bore from 100 Р1,000 yards at the Catterick ranges and at Bisley. Although we run a few competitions, we are not a competition-oriented club but rather we shoot for the simple pleasure of putting the bullet where we want it to go. Persons with no shooting experience who are interested in joining the Club will be invited to attend an introductory meeting, following which they can attend a shoot to decide whether it is for them before applying for membership. There is a streamlined application process for experienced shots and members of other clubs. The Secretary’s contact details are on the club website.

  • Teignbridge & District Full Bore Club

    A Gallery Rifle and Pistol shooting club in South Devon

  • Thames Valley Gun Club

    Thames Valley Gun Club is a small, friendly gun club which shoots both Rifle and Gallery Rifle / Pistol on the ranges at Bisley. For more information, please click on the link above and have a look around the website.

  • The Stock Exchange Rifle Club

  • The 92 Association

    We are a small friendly Home Office Approved and NRA Affiliated Certified Training Club who usually shoot once a month at Bisley.
    Our shooting competitions include: Full-bore rifle, gallery rifle and black powder revolver.

    Existing members are drawn from the Home Counties and we welcome new members whether they be beginners or old hands. Our Club Secretary can be contacted by emailing for further information.

  • The Chesterfield and District Rifle and Pistol Club

    The Chesterfield and District Rifle and Pistol Club is located in Derbyshire close to junction 29 off the M1. Details of our clubs activities, history and our regular range days can all be found on our web site.

  • The Phoenix Shooters Association

  • The Spent Cases Shooting Club

  • Tidworth Rifle and Pistol Club

    The Club holds regular Fullbore Target, F-Class and Sporting Rifle shoots on local MOD Ranges.
    Smallbore, Gallery Rifle and Black Powder shoots, including benchrest, precision and speed which are held on two local Ranges, one out to 100m and the other a 25m Barrack Range at Old Sarum.
    Members also travel to the National Shooting Centre at Bisley to shoot practise and competitions, at the longer distances.

    The Club permits the use of any firearm held on a member?s certificate, providing local Range regulations are adhered to. Some competitions however restrict the eligibility of the scoring. The Club holds Centrefire and rimfire rifles both target and sporting, for use by our members and holds a maintained stock of ammunition.

    The club enjoys affiliation to the National Rifle Association and to the National Shooting Centre.

  • Torbay Fullbore Club

    Torbay Fullbore Club was established in 1975 and has a 25 yard range near Newton Abbot.  We shoot many types and calibres including black powder and pistols.  We hold frequent competition and clay pigeon shoots and regular trips to Bisley and a local 80m range enable our members to practice their long range skills and fire larger calibres.  We shoot once a fortnight on a Saturday.  Please check our website for more information.

  • Duchy Shooting Association

    Duchy Shooting is a friendly target shooting club which caters for varied disciplines of shooting we have a 100m live fire range where shooters can use rimfire, centrefire & muzzle loading rifles from a covered firing point.

    We also cater for the airgun shooter with a dedicated 40 target field target course & covered firing point on the zero/plinking range.

    Air pistol shooters have an indoor range & an outdoor iron plate action shooting range.

    The clubhouse has tea & coffee available.

    Shooters of all abilities are welcome as club members are always happy to help with advice.


  • United Kingdom Police Full Bore Target Rifle Club

    This club is for Police officers, serving and retired, and Police civilians, who have common interest in both target rifle and ‘F’ class shooting.

  • University of London Rifle Club

    The UK’s premier university shooting club based in the heart of lively London. If you’re interested in shooting and you go to the University of London, drop us a line.

  • University of Surrey Rifle Club

    We welcome both complete beginners and experienced shots. For the beginners, training is available in regards to rifle safety and technical training to improve your shooting.
    We specialise in .22 Rimfire shooting and most often shoot at 25yds. However, many¬†individuals within the club have¬†their expertise in¬†different disciplines such as¬†fullbore, match rifle and sporting shotgun. We are constantly trying to grow and offer as many¬†opportunities¬†as possible so don’t be put off!
    For our .22 training sessions we will travel offsite at least once a fortnight to the Lord Robert Centre at Bisley.  
    As we are a recently revived club we have not been active in BUCS competitions for a number of years, however¬†this year we will be looking to enter a team into the BUCS Smallbore Championships. On top of this we are looking into collaborating with other Universities that shoot at Lord Robert’s to set up a¬†friendly¬†league.

  • Uppingham Veterans Rifle Club

    Uppingham Veterans’ Rifle Club. The site includes past annual reports, and contact details for the club. Select the OU Section and then UVRC.

  • VAA Vintage Arms Association

    VAA was established in 1973 for the purpose of encouraging the collection, study and use of all vintage firearms, including muzzle and breech loaders, rifles, pistols, shotguns and airguns. The Association fosters an interest in, and use of, all vintage and modern firearms. VAA continues to promote shooting sports by means of a comprehensive calendar of shooting competitions for both vintage and modern firearms held throughout the year.

    Please take the time to explore, and to see what the Association has to offer. You may not find in the website all the answers you need. In this event please visit the Contacts page.

  • Victoria (Prittlewell) Rifle Club

    A Little bit about our club

    We are a small club, like many in this country, formed in the mid 1940s from a WW2 Home Guard unit. We still have our original certificate of affiliation to the NSRA.

    We cannot claim an illustrious history with great shooting achievement in national competitions and a well-filled trophy cabinet. We can however claim a consistent history of supporting shooting in Essex, taking part in a number of local competitions with a modest degree of success.

    Records show that our membership has never been greater than 15 and has normally been about 12 or 13. A small number of members also belong to other clubs and organisations where other courses of fire and other calibre shooting are available.

    In summary, we are a small, very friendly, small bore rifle club that is committed to maintaining the availability of shooting as a sport in this country. We take our shooting seriously (but not too earnestly, after all it is a hobby to enjoy.)

    In 2008 the club affiliated to the NRA and successfully applied for approval from the Home Office to shoot full bore rifle. Regular shoots at Bisley are now arranged.

    Please email for further information.

  • 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.

  • Wakefield Rifle and Pistol Club (WRPC)

  • Warrington & District Rifle and Pistol Club

    We are a Home Office Approved Shooting club

    We cater for target shooting, black powder muzzle loading, tactical shooting, air rifle/pistol, airsoft and BB shooters.
    Small/Full bore outdoor shooting is available to our members on MoD ranges at least once a month for those who want to shoot larger calibre rifles at distances up to 600 yards.

    Our two indoor 25-yard ranges with nine lanes are open every day.

    You can use the clubs or your own firearms indoor up to the agreed muzzle energy of the registration of the clubs certificate.

    A selection of club provided Air Pistol & Air Rifles, Small/Full-Bore Pistols and Rifles can be used by any member.

    In September 2017 the club underwent intensive refurb with a fresh look for the clubroom, ranges, washroom, training room. Refreshments are available at the club and a good social side with many members offering assistance with new enrolments and other aspects of running the club. A new Reloading course has been set up for members to try their hand at reloading.

    A variety of ammunition is available for purchase from the club; .22 Rimfire, .38special, .357mag, .223, .303, .308 calibres along with other items and components, ask at the club reception desk for more details.

  • Warwickshire Armours Rifle & Pistol Club

    We are a friendly, active club shooting 3 to 4 times a month, mainly on MoD ranges. Kingsbury and Whittington in Staffordshire and Sennybridge in Powys. Our club members shoot a variety of firearms including Black Powder rifle and pistol, WW1 firearms, small-bore and full-bore rifle and have access to ranges with distances from 25m to 600m and out to, in excess of 1500m at Sennybridge. We welcome new and experienced shooters. If you are new to the sport, we will give you all the training and advice that you will require to complete our Probationary Shooter Training Scheme and go on to obtain you Firearms Licence.

  • Watford OCA

    The Watford and District and Watford OCA rifle club

  • Waveney Shooting Club

    Waveney Shooting Club has been in existence for over 30 years. Following the tragic Dunblane massacre, the club went through a period of stagnation, but emerged about 5 years ago, largely due to a vibrant and energetic air weapons section. The Club Holds Home Office approval and is curently affiliated to the N.R.A. and to the Suffolk County Rifle Association including the Pistol Section.
    The membership currently consists of around 28 firearms members and over 70 air weapons members and its mission is to attract more junior shooters to the sport.

  • Waverley District Rifle Club

    We are a small Home Office approved full-bore rifle club based at Bisley, run as a non profit organisation, with the objective of making shooting affordable and sociable. We are open to all to join the sport and can provide a full NRA approved training program along with the use of the club rifles and other shooting equipment.
    Through the clubs affiliation with the Old Sergeants Mess Clubhouse, you can relaxed after a days shooting in a friendly atmosphere with your fellow members. For more information and to contact us, please visit our Website.

  • Welwyn Phoenix Rifle Club

    Club details including contacts, shooting calendar, affiliations.

  • 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.

  • West Suffolk Rifle Club

  • Wey Valley Rifle & Pistol Club

  • Weybridge Rifle and Pistol Club

  • Wickham and District Rifle Club

    Wickham and District Rifle Club membership is open to all, regardless of age, gender or ability. We do Target shooting at an indoor range based at the Wickham Community Centre on Monday evenings and Saturday mornings. Wickham and District Rifle Club’s was originally formed in 1905 but was suspended during the First World War, the present club format was started in 1944. The original purpose of the club was to provide the Home Guard with a place to practice their shooting. The club has evolved from the occasional practice night to running two compeition teams in the Portsmouth and District Small Bore league and a successful Saturday morning Air Rifle section which attracts a wide variety of participants, young and old (minimum age is 10)

  • Windsor Rifle Club

    The Windsor Rifle Club is a Home Office Approved Club and is affiliated to both the NRA and the NSRA. With its own 25 yard indoor range in Windsor, Berkshire, Windsor RC is a friendly club and welcomes new members whether they be new to the sport of target rifle shooting or experienced shooters. Club equipment is available for all members and more details about our small-bore and full-bore activities can be found on our web site together with how to contact us.



  • Woodstock Rifle and Pistol Club

  • Worcester Norton Shooting Club

    Worecster Norton Shooting Club est 1982 Facilities available for Air / Small & Full Bore / Black Powder Pistol & Rifle /Practical Shotgun & Clays