MEMBERSHIP UPDATE - OCT 2019 - PLEASE NOTE, OUR MEMBERSHIP LIST HAS RE-OPENED FROM 01-0CT-2019 - PLEASE CONTACT THE CLUB USING THE ABOVE MESSAGING SERVICE, THANKS
For further info on how to join our club or express interest complete the above form.
We have 3 types of membership: Full Family Junior
Full: any person over 18yrs
Family: up to 4 members of one family who are all accepted as individual members
Junior: any person within age 14-18yrs
Membership fees: we do not publish membership fees, these will be advised to the individual by club officials
We do not operate a waiting list. Anyone interested in joining will be accepted as a probationary member (only if we are able to open membership). We need to get to know you & find out a bit about you, first.
We need you to be proposed by a full club member. If you know such as person already, there is no problem. If you do not know a full member then a committee member will propose you once we are satisfied about you.
You will be required to sign a declaration stating you are not prohibited from being in possession of firearms or ammunition.
We require you to provide 2 x passport quality photographs as a prospective member.
You will normally be a probationary member for at least 6 months. We are required to make an assessment about your level of commitment & general character during this period & to base the decision about full membership on the outcome of this.
Once you are a full member you are able to apply for your Firearms Certificate if you wish.
Q. What sort of shooting can I do at the club?
A. We have the following types of shooting available, which takes place at our indoor range or outdoor range, depending upon the calibre
High velocity Cente-fire Rifles
.22 Target & Sporting Rifles
Black Powder Pistols
Black Powder Rifles
Black Powder Muskets
7.62 & .303 Military Rifles
.243 Sporting Rifles
.223 Sporting Rifles
Q. How many ranges are there at the club?
A. We have access to one indoor 25m range and two outdoor Fullbore ranges
Q. As a member would I be insured?
A. Each member & their equipment is insured when at the range......
Q. I don't have a Firearms Certificate (FAC), can I still join?
A. Yes, but you will have to go through a probationary period, usually 6 months, which includes basic training in firearms safety and handling.
Q. What happens next?
A. Once you have been vetted by the club, which includes being assessed over your probationary period by the committee, taking into consideration your committment and character, and the committee is satisfied about you, you will qualify for membership. The club secretary will dicuss this with you at this point.
Q. I am an existing FAC holder, can I join?
A. Yes, but you will still have to go through the application process. You will be required to provide evidence of your FAC. If you were or are a member of another club, you will be expected to provide a suitable reference from that club.