What do we shoot?
A practice range set up with multiple knockdown & reset targets set from distances of 8 to 55 yards (50M).
25m bench rest
10m match shooters
10m pistol target and plinking range. (Pellet and BB firing guns)
Your first visit
As we're situated on a working farm and shoot from a field some areas can be muddy, especially in wetter weather. We’d advise you bring a change of footwear, such as wellies. After all, we don’t want you to ruin your favourite trainers! When you arrive, ask any club member to direct you to a member of the committee, or Andy or Martin, our qualified instructors. After signing in and an all-important safety briefing, you will be able to shoot with one of our club guns.
You will be given a brief introduction to the club and its activities then you will be read a safety briefing. Safety in shooting is extremely important; please note the range rules carefully. The club has two qualified instructors, several helpful and able committee members and three club rifles to get you into shooting safely. The instructors will be available for coaching novices from 1100-1200 most Sundays.
If you're bringing your own gun we only allow air rifles developing less than 12ft/lb and pistols developing less than 6ft/lb to be shot at the club.
What does it cost to shoot?
If you’re using a loaned rifle, your first 50 pellets will be available without charge as a welcome to the club. After that, you can either buy additional bags of 50 pellets for £1 or purchase your own from one of the local shooting shops. Pellets supplied by the club may not be taken away.
Membership is £50-00 per year with concessions for juniors, seniors, unemployed and family membership. Club membership is open to persons aged 10 and above; young persons aged between 10 and 13 (inclusive) must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Our membership form can be found here.
Membership is an annual payment with no daily range fees.