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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. Olympic-style international matches, including an annual programme of world cup meetings, are governed by the International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF).

Prone Rifle Shooting

We provide the facilities, equipment and instruction to allow members to start shooting. As you improve, you will reach a point where you recognise the need to have your own equipment that is not shared with other club members. We can guide you through the buying process and ensure that you don't make an expensive mistake. The major pieces of equipment that you will need, a rifle and a spotting scope, will last you for decades if chosen wisely and well looked after.

How to start

Before you can start to shoot, you will need to join the Club. If you decide within the first month that you don't want to continue, we will cancel your membership and refund your fee, minus a £5.00 charge. When you join, you will have Provisional membership. You will be asked to keep a record of your attendances on your membership card. After 6 months, your membership will be reviewed, and if you have shown that you have attended regularly and have been instructed successfully in the various aspects of shooting, including acting safely and responsibly at all times, you will be given Full membership. If you have not met the conditions above, you may be asked to remain a provisional member for a further period, or (in extreme cases) your membership may be revoked. This process may be relaxed, at the discretion of the management committee, for FAC holders with suitable references from another rifle club.

Benefits

  • Safe, relatively inexpensive and easy to try.
  • Indoors - so you don't have to get wet when it rains!
  • Not physically demanding.

Facilities

Our Clubhouse and indoor range is situated near West Ruislip station, and open for Rifle shooting on Monday and Friday evenings, from 7:30pm. Members pay a £1.00 range fee per session which includes the cost of practice targets.

Equipment for use by members

The club has a range of rifles and other equipment for members to use, free of charge.

Instruction and Coaching

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

Competitive environment

We compete in several postal team leagues, as well as individual competitions. We record everyone's scores and publish a list of average scores each month. You might be surprised how competitive that gets at times, as well as helping you to see how much you are improving, or whether you could benefit from some coaching.

rb_cooper_range One of our members shooting on the NSRA's Malcolm Cooper Range at Bisley.

Dates to Remember

Mon Dec 24 Stanmore RC closed
Mon Dec 31 Stanmore RC closed

Latest News

HS2 Update - September

By now, all members should have received a newsletter from our Chairman. If you haven't, please check your email inbox and junk mail filter. If you still can't find it, contact us with your email address to make sure we can send you important updates.

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Members - Please ensure the Secretary has up-to-date contact details for you, so you don't miss important announcements.

Bisley Highs

For a small club, with just a 4-lane indoor range, we consistently achieve more than you would think in competitions. This was certainly true this year at the National Small-bore Championships help at Bisley in August.

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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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