To shoot at the club you must become a member, so as to give you some idea of what a shooting club is like, we let you have four visits before you have to decide to join or not. During these visits you will need to pay the green fee and for the ammo you use. When you attend the range I will need your Name & address details as I have to keep a detailed log of who uses the facilities.
If you decide to join then you will become a probationary member for 3 to 6 months (depending on the number of visits you make) after this time you will then become a full member, which means that you will then be able to apply for a FAC (firearms certificate)
If you are a current member of an approved gun club you can forgo the probationary membership by getting a letter from your current club secretary or chairman to state that you are a fully paid up member and then I can sign you up as a full member straight away.
Our Home Office Approval means that by being a member of the club you can apply for Smallbore and Fulbore FAC's
Adult Membership (18yrs and Over) £100
Student Membership £50
Junior Membership £40
Membership Starts in January through to December, if you are
joining part way through the year then the membership fee is Pro Rata
Ammo cost & Additional Costs:
Shooting Smallbore is relatively cheap in comparison to other shooting sports, ammo varies in price from £3 for 50 rounds to over £12 per 50 rounds, the ammo we sell to our members ranges between £3 - £3.50 for 50 rounds, we charge a £1 green fee per visit to cover range hire, targets plus teas & coffees, so for a nights shooting of 50 rounds the minimum cost would be £4, £7 if you had 100 rounds.
When we go fullbore shooting the range fee is a lot higher £10 to £20 depending on what rage we shoot on and the ammo is around £0.45p per round for .223 and £0.60p per round for 7.62 so a typical fullbore shoot can cost upwards of £40 to £70 a day depending on what ammo you use.