Local Clubs and Their Websites

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Re: Local Clubs and Their Websites

#121 Post by Ovenpaa »

Grove Small Arms Club have a web site here and they even have a link to the forum!

http://www.grovesmallarms.org/
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#122 Post by 20series »

TomH wrote:The new website is stunning. Content, design amd functionality are all A1. Halodin is a star. Must get my act together and contact the Membership Secretary as it's just down the road.

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#123 Post by James K »

Good stuff, keep it coming
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#124 Post by bradaz11 »

20series wrote:
TomH wrote:The new website is stunning. Content, design amd functionality are all A1. Halodin is a star. Must get my act together and contact the Membership Secretary as it's just down the road.

Tom
Get your finger out then troutslapping troutslapping , it's a great club with fantastic facilites and nice people :D

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yep, it is, and i'm now a full member!

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Looe rifle and pistol club, Cornwall.

#125 Post by Hairydavey »

Based in the little fishing port of Looe.

25 yds indoor range suitable for up to and including .44 special. Friendly guys and girls with mixed ages from teens to pensioners. :)

http://looerifleandpistolclub.bravesites.com/
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#126 Post by marko686 »

Largs

shoots a wide variety of disciplines at various ranges throughout Scotland

http://www.shandonpistolandrifleclub.org/
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#127 Post by Pete »

http://www.andover-rpc.org.uk/ A beautifully situated range and a great crowd.

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#128 Post by DW58 »

Cawdor Rifle & Gun Club has it's own 600 yard range in north-east Scotland a few miles SSW of Nairn.

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[above] Cawdor range from the 600yd firing point.

At Cawdor we shoot TR, SR, FTR, Gallery pistol/carbine, ML pistol/rifle with a very full calendar of events.

Cawdor is a very friendly club with active members from teens to octogenarians - we also host Strathpeffer RPC & the Highland branch of the BDS for their regular rifleshoots.
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Re: Local Clubs and Their Websites

#129 Post by RDC »

DW58 wrote:Cawdor Rifle & Gun Club has it's own 600 yard range in north-east Scotland a few miles SSW of Nairn.

Cawdor range from the 600yd firing point.

At Cawdor we shoot TR, SR, FTR, Gallery pistol/carbine, ML pistol/rifle with a very full calendar of events.

Cawdor is a very friendly club with active members from teens to octogenarians - we also host Strathpeffer RPC & the Highland branch of the BDS for their regular rifleshoots.

Every time I see pics of this range I want to visit. Looks fantastic!
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#130 Post by DW58 »

RDC wrote:
DW58 wrote:Cawdor Rifle & Gun Club has it's own 600 yard range in north-east Scotland a few miles SSW of Nairn.

Cawdor range from the 600yd firing point.

At Cawdor we shoot TR, SR, FTR, Gallery pistol/carbine, ML pistol/rifle with a very full calendar of events.

Cawdor is a very friendly club with active members from teens to octogenarians - we also host Strathpeffer RPC & the Highland branch of the BDS for their regular rifleshoots.

Every time I see pics of this range I want to visit. Looks fantastic!
It is fantastic, but there is a catch ... ... ...















... ... ... these aaarggh

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From May until October these little barstewards come out when there is little/no wind - they kinda spoil our fun on occasion.
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