Local Clubs and Their Websites

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LOCAL PUBS MATTER! cheers cheers cheers cheers
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#153 Post by PeterN »

I am not sure if anyone has posted this but this is the link to Pickering Rifle and Pistol Club.
http://www.prandpc.org/index.htm
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#154 Post by strangesam »

http://www.bristolinvicta.org

Bristol Invicta RC,

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An NRSA club.
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#155 Post by Alpha1 »

PeterN wrote:I am not sure if anyone has posted this but this is the link to Pickering Rifle and Pistol Club.
http://www.prandpc.org/index.htm
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How much is the membership yearly subs.
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#156 Post by PeterN »

The subs for Pickering are £80 per year. Shooting every Sunday from April to October and ten shoots over the winter. The range is accessed via the quarry entrance so the gate is opened for an hour in the morning to let people in and then locked until shooting is finished so you need to commit for the day. The range is a few hundred yards down a track from the gate. No quick shoot and scoot. The quarry people do not like the gate being left unlocked. There is sometimes a partial earlier exit but it depends on numbers to man the range. Three public footpaths enter the range so there are three sentries out to halt anyone walking in and to radio in to stop shooting so they can walk through the range safely. Three targets at 100, 200 and 300 yards. It is not an MOD range but rented from the Duchy of Lancaster.
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