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Bisley Clubs

Explore all of the Clubs available at the National Shooting Centre.

Army Rifle Association Officers' Mess

Army Rifle Association Officers’ Mess has Bar Facilities, Dining Facilities & Accommodation Facilities

Artists Rifles Clubhouse

Built in 1926, the ARC is a fine looking colonial style building set in a prime position overlooking Century range. Its welcoming bar, open log fires, comfortable sofas, and a warm friendly atmosphere, combined with its fascinating history, provides a memorable and unique location for a wide variety of events and functions. You will be well looked after by our team, and catering of an excellent standard is provided by our experienced cordon bleu chef.

British Commonwealth Rifle Club

The objects of the Club are to promote interest and skill in rifle shooting within the Commonwealth, including by assisting teams and individuals from the Commonwealth competing at prize meetings of the National Rifle Association and the National Small-bore Rifle Association, the better to enable them to take part when required in the defence of their Countries and the Commonwealth.

British Field Targets Organisation (BFTO)

Bisley Field Target Organisation was established at the Bisley shooting ground in 1991. As a dedicated Air Gun club it offers a safe and comfortable place for all abilities. With a membership of over 350 people, we have a great community of shooters and together with decades of shooting experience we encourage the next generation.

British Sporting Rifle Club

The British Sporting Rifle Club was formed at NRA Bisley in 1962 with the main aim of saving the Running Deer range. GB has a long history of success in Running Deer shooting dating back to the Paris Olympics of 1924, but the Bisley range saw little use of Running Deer apart from the NRA Imperial meeting and was in danger of being taken over for small bore shooting. Part of the original range can be seen outside the NRA offices in the shape of the two metal deer.

Bunhill Lodge

Bunhill Lodge supports and encompasses Bunhill Rifle Club. The club has been set up to support youth shooting, especially cadets at the end of their cadet shooting and wishing to continue in the sport.

City Rifle Club

The City Rifle Club is one of the oldest shooting clubs at Bisley having been founded in 1900 and the Clubhouse originally dates from 1908.

Derby Lodge (Council for Cadet Rifle Shooting)

Derby Lodge has Bar Facilities

English VIII

The English Eight Club was formed in 1878 but its origins go back to 1861 and the Elcho Match which was first shot in 1862.

Fultons, South London Rifle Club, Welsh Twenty Clubhouse

Fultons, South London Rifle Club, Welsh Twenty Clubhouse

Ibis Rifle Club

Ibis is a small, friendly club that has had a presence on Bisley Common since 1907. The club is situated in a prime position on Club Row.

Inns of Court

Inns of Court comprises the ‘Main Building’ and the ‘OW Annex.’ The centrally heated buildings are surrounded by a private garden area with the primary purpose of housing shooting parties. They offer comfortable and affordable, self-catering accommodation for: schools, cadets and shooting clubs. There is no gun storage within the buildings. This must be arranged via the NRA.

Lloyds TSB Rifle Club

The club has both fullbore and smallbore sections with members shooting throughout the United Kingdom. The club is open to applications from people wishing to join who are not bank employees.

London & Middlesex Rifle Association

The London & Middlesex Rifle Association is established within Bisley Camp, the National Shooting Centre. We offer excellent facilities and opportunities for sportsmen and sportswomen who practice the art of target shooting using various types of firearms.

Marylebone Rifle and Pistol Club

Marylebone Club started in November 1905 in the Marylebone Baths in Marylebone Road when the baths were drained for the winter.

National Clay Shooting Centre

The Suberb NSC Clays superb layouts, built for the 2002 Commonwealth Games are equipped with 72 Mattarelli traps and offer impressive facilities for clay shooters of all abilities.

National Rifle Association Headquarters

Founded in 1859, the NRA is a registered charity with a Royal Charter, and National Governing Body of full bore rifle and pistol shooting in the UK. Based at the world famous Bisley range complex since 1890, the NRA promotes and encourages marksmanship through competition and training.

North London Rifle Club

The ‘North’ is a friendly club for people who enjoy target shooting, particularly full-bore Target Rifle (TR) and Match Rifle (MR), F Class Open and TR.

Royal Air Force SAA

Royal Air Force SAA has Bar Facilities, Dining Facilities & Accommodation Facilities

Royal Marines Rifle Association

Royal Marines Rifle Association has Bar Facilities, Dining Facilities & Accommodation Facilities

Sit Perpetuum Rifle Club

The British Young Shooters’ Association have taken on the lease of the former Masonic Lodge, otherwise known as Sit Perpetuum Lodge, with the intention of fully renovating the building to provide a new, modern clubhouse, with a full range of facilities, that is specifically designed for young shooters.

South London Rifle Club

South London RPC was founded in November 1874 at Nunhead in South London and completely moved to Bisley by 1923.

Surrey Rifle Association

Surrey Rifle Association, an affiliation of fullbore (7.62mm) target rifle clubs based at the National Shooting Centre (commonly referred to as ‘Bisley’) in Woking, Surrey.

The Old Sergeants Mess

The Old Sergeants Mess has both Bar Facilities & Dining Facilities

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