The Shooting Club Directory is the definitive source of information on where to shoot targets in the UK.

A directory is published annually to be a useful resource for all shooter, but is intended to be particularly useful for newcomers wanting to shoot and looking for somewhere to take part. Copies of this directory are distributed with Airgun Shooter and Clay Shooting Magazines.

All the details are also available on the Shooting Club Directory website.

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Where Can I Go to Shoot in the UK?

The British Association for Shooting and Conservation (BASC); the National Rifle Association NRA); the National Small-bore Rifle Association (NSRA) and the Clay Pigeon Shooting Association (CPSA) help new members seeking somewhere to shoot.

Clubs in the Shooting Club Directory are divided into regions by postcode and then listed alphabetically within them by club name.

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What Information Is Included in the Shooting Club Directory?

Where they hold detailed information about a club, there are symbols at the foot of its listing to denote what kind of shooting and facilities it offers.

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Below is a list of all the information the guide covers:

Type of Shooting Ground

Clay pigeon
Air rifle / pistol
Centrefire target rifle
Gallery rifle
Practical shotgun
Smallbore rifle
Muzzle loading
Field target / Hunter FT


Ranges Available

10 metre
25 metre
50 metre
100 metre
300 metre
Indoor range (s)
Outdoor range (s)


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Refreshments available
Licensed for alcohol
Ammunition on sale
Shooting accessories on sale
Section 11 police permit
Gun shop on site
Gunsmith on site
Qualified coaches
Corporate hospitality
Disabled access
Hardstanding carpark