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Ruislip Rifle Club provides instruction and facilities to enable members to practice the sport of target shooting in a competitive yet friendly environment.

The main disciplines we cater for are:-
  • Smallbore Rifle

    Smallbore Rifle

    Smallbore rifle shooting is the most widely practiced form of target rifle shooting, and is an Olympic Sport as well as being included in the Commonwealth Games. Read More
  • 10m Air Rifle / Pistol

    10m Air Rifle / Pistol

    We cater for competitive 10m Air Rifle and Air Pistol shooting with our 5-point 10m range. Read More
  • Air Pistol (20yd)

    Air Pistol (20yd)

    We have three 20 yard firing points for airgun and Lightweight Sport Rifle shooting. Read More
  • Sport Rifle

    Sport Rifle

    Lightweight Sport Rifle and airgun shooting at 20 yards from a standing position. Read More
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Not sure which discipline is right for you? Check out our About the Club page for more details.

We actively encourage our members in other related disciplines for which the club does not have facilities, including long-range smallbore rifle (50m and 100yd), fullbore rifle (from 300 to 1000yd.) and gallery rifle.

Ruislip Rifle Club

Smallbore Rifle

Postal League Competitions

Summer Leagues

The Summer season leagues are under way; catch up with the results here.  Don't delay, try to shoot your league cards ahead of the due date.

Winter Leagues

The Winter season leagues are now over.  Well done to the B team who managed 2nd place in Division 1. See the final results here.



The current monthly and 3-monthly Club Averages lists can be found here.


Club Competitions

Jakes Pot

This is a handicap competition open to all  members. The McRae system is used based on the competitors declared MSBRA winter average. This competition can be shot concurrently with the MSBRA winter league.

Own Start

Nominate your start and try to exactly score that score on each score.



Fullbore Rifle

Fullbore rifle shooting is arguably the most demanding of shooting disciplines. Although not an Olympic sport, it is included in the Commonwealth Games. There can be little as rewarding as doing battle with a continuously shifting wind to place a shot into the 11-inch bulls-eye 1,000 yards away!

As Ruislip's own range is for airguns and smallbore (.22) calibre only, being 25 yards and indoor, we shoot Fullbore rifle at the NRA ranges at Bisley, the National Shooting Centre. Unfortunately we are therefore unable to provide facilities for beginners. Established shooters, including smallbore rifle shooters, are however welcome to join us. Beginners would be well advised to contact the National Rifle Association and inquire about the NRA Probationary Members courses.


We are affiliated to the London and Middlesex Rifle Association, and use their clubhouse and other facilities at Bisley.

Instruction and Coaching

We have a number of experienced and qualified instructors and coaches.

Competitive environment

We compete in team leagues and matches, as well as individual competitions.

Our Purpose

The purpose of the Club is to promote the sport of Target Shooting and provide facilities for responsible members of the local community to participate in the sport. We provide equipment and instruction for beginners, with friendly competition and coaching for those developing their skills, and a supportive environment for members aspiring to greater things - i.e. county competitions and beyond.

Local Community

Ruislip is a town to the west of London, in the London Borough of Hillingdon and the County of Middlesex. The nearest other places are Uxbridge to the south-west, Harrow to the east, and Watford (Herts.) to the north.

Ruislip Rifle Club has strong links with the Middlesex Small-bore Rifle Association, and has represented Hillingdon on several occasions in the London Mayors' Inter-Boroughs Rifle Competition. Our record in this competition over recent years is second to none, as we have won for 8 of the last 10 years, including 6 years running (from 2007 to 2012) – the longest unbroken series of wins in the competition's history of over 100 years.

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Proposed HS2 High-Speed Railway

The proposed HS2 project, as it is currently planned, will require the Club's premises to be demolished and rebuild on a new site. Whilst we hope that the proposals do not come to fruition, we have to work on the assumption that they will, and are liasing with HS2 in order to find the best way forward for the club. We are hopeful that, if suitable land can be found, we can get the new range built before we have to vacate the existing building, thus ensuring that we can continue shooting.

Club Profile

2017 Team Photo

Although a relatively small club, we have enjoyed plenty of success over the 70-odd years we have been in existence, both as a Club in team competitions, and through our members' individual achievements.

We regularly supply several members of the Middlesex County Rifle Team, and have had members representing England, Scotland and Great Britain on numerous occasions.

In recent years we have achieved some notable successes in the London Mayors' Association annual rifle competition, providing the winning team for the London Borough of Hillingdon for eight of the last ten years.

However, we do not let success go to our heads and recognise that none of it would be possible without beginners.

Read more: Club Profile

Target Shooting as a Sport

Target Shooting as a sport can be enjoyed by all; young and old, male and female, able- and not-so-able-bodied. We have members from 15 to 85, and everyone can compete together in individual and team competitions. We accept members over the age of 14, but we do take youngsters of 12 providing they are capable of handling the firearms safely. For all juniors, we ask that a responsible adult agrees to accompany them on the range. Target Shooting helps to develop concentration, self-discipline, perseverance, self-reliance, self-confidence and a sense of responsibility.
Shooting has been an Olympic sport since the inception of the modern Olympics in 1896.

Clubhouse Facilities


Apart from the all-important range, the clubhouse boasts a spacious club room in which to wait for your detail and socialise with other members.

There is a separate gun room dedicated to setting up and packing away equipment.

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  1. Club History
  2. About the Club

We are sorry, but we are unable to accept any more new members for the time being due to the anticipated closure of our facilities to make way for the construction of HS2. If/when we are in a position to accept new members again we will post a notice here inviting you to contact us.

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Latest News

London Mayors' Association Rifle Competition Final 2017

The final of London Mayors’ Association Small-Bore Rifle Competition, which was held on Saturday 9th September 2017 at Ham & Petersham Rifle Club, was won by the team representing the Borough of Hillingdon. This is the eighth time in the last ten years that the team representing Hillingdon, who are all members of Ruislip Rifle Club, have won this competition.

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Christmas 2016

Six o’clock on a Friday evening, with a roaring log fire and the promise of prizes, the annual Christmas Shoot was under way.

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National News (NSRA)

Range Rota

Sat Feb 24 Rifle - CM
Mon Feb 26 Rifle - AS
Tue Feb 27 Sporting Airgun
Wed Feb 28 10m Airgun
Thu Mar 01 Sporting Airgun
Fri Mar 02 Rifle - LW
Sat Mar 03 Rifle - CM
Mon Mar 05 Rifle - CG
Tue Mar 06 Sporting Airgun
Wed Mar 07 10m Airgun
Thu Mar 08 Sporting Airgun
Fri Mar 09 Rifle - JA

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