WHAT IS SHOT AT THE CLUB

Shot from a lying down or from a kneeling or standing position, where the shooter wears a jacket and sling to sling to stabilize the rifle. 
 

Rifles, jackets and slings are available for club members to use. (Use photo fig 1)

not have any muzzle loading firearms for loan to club members. 

Shot at 10m or 20yards one handed from a standing position. Juniors up to the age of 12 are permitted to shoot two handed.

The club has air pistols available for club members to use.

The Light Weight Sport rifle is .22 rim fire calibre rifles, but can also be shot with air rifles. It is shot standing and unsupported, but can also be shot kneeling, sitting or from your weak shoulder or a combination of these.  Competitions can be against the clock and require quick shooting and reloading, whilst others have more time with the emphasis on a higher degree of precision.

Rifles are available at the club for members to use.

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There are two categories in sport rifle :

Light Weight Sport rifle is .22 rim fire calibre rifles, but can also be shot with air rifles. It is shot standing and unsupported, but can also be shot kneeling, sitting or from your weak shoulder or a combination of these.  Competitions can be against the clock and require quick shooting and reloading, whilst others have more time with the emphasis on a higher degree of precision. ( Use Photo Ruger 10-22 Fig 3a)

Gallery Rifle is the same as Light Weight Sport Rifle but using centre pistol cartridges normally .38 or .44 calibre.  (Use photo Marlin Fig 3c)

Rifles are available at the club for members to use.

 

Bench Rest

Shot with .22 rim fire rifles or air rifles from a seated position with the rifle supported.  High degrees of accuracy are achieved in this discipline.

 

Muzzle Loading Pistol

The club runs Muzzle loading pistol meet at the club at least once a month.

Percussion revolvers and Percussion, Flintlock and Matchlock pistols are used. 

The pistols and revolvers come in a variety of calibres but with a maximum calibre limit of .45.  The majority of pistols and revolvers are modern reproductions, but original historic firearms are also used by some of our members. (Use Pedersoli Le Paige fig 4)

The club does not have any muzzle loading firearms for loan to club members. 

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Shot at 10m or 20yards one handed from a standing position. Juniors up to the age of 12 are permitted to shoot two handed.

The club has air pistols available for club members to use. (Use Photo Steyr LP50 fig 2)

WHAT CAN BE SHOT AT THE CLUB

PRONE AND THREE POSITION

Shot from a lying down, kneeling or standing position, where the shooter wears a jacket and sling to stabilise the rifle. 
 

Rifles, jackets and slings are available for club members to use.

AIR PISTOL

Shot at 10m or 20yards one handed from a standing position. Juniors up to the age of 12 are permitted to shoot two handed.

The club has air pistols available for club members to use.

LIGHT WEIGHT SPORT RIFLE

The Light Weight Sport rifles are .22 rim fire calibre rifles, but can also be shot with air rifles. It is shot standing and unsupported, but can also be shot kneeling, sitting or from your weak shoulder or a combination of these.  Competitions can be against the clock and require quick shooting and reloading, whilst others have more time with the emphasis on a higher degree of precision.

Rifles are available at the club for members to use.

GALLERY RIFLE

The Gallery Rifle discipline is the same as Light Weight Sport Rifle, but using centre fire pistol cartridges normally of .38 or .44 calibre.

Rifles are available at the club for members to use.

BENCH REST

Shot with .22 rim fire rifles or air rifles from a seated position with the rifle supported.  High degrees of accuracy are achieved in this discipline.

MUZZLE LOADING PISTOL

The club runs a Muzzle loading pistol meet at the club at least once a month.

Percussion revolvers and Percussion, Flintlock and Matchlock pistols are used. 

The pistols and revolvers come in a variety of calibres but with a maximum calibre limit of .45.  The majority of pistols and revolvers are modern reproductions, but original historic firearms are also used by some of our members.

The club does not have any muzzle loading firearms for loan to club members.