Shooting in Sutton

Target shooting is an extensive sport, which can’t be fully described here.  You can shoot with rifles, pistols, shotguns, or crossbows.  Ammunition can be centre-fire, rimfire, muzzle-loaded, pellets, or crossbow bolts.  There are competitions at most levels for all types of equipment.  It’s enjoyed by the young and not-so-young, both sexes, regardless of ability or disability.

The International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) organises the international sport with worldwide participation up to World and Olympic level.  Competitive shooting takes place with rifles, pistols, and shotguns.  At our club, we shoot smallbore (0.22in or less) rifles and pistols using rimfire cartridges or airgun pellets.

In the UK, the National Smallbore Rifle Association (NSRA) governs those events.  The many types of shooting events are often referred to as ‘disciplines’, because of the strict safety and competition rules.

Shooting is a very safe sport because we have a set of rules, which we follow and enforce.  SCRAP Club shooting rules

Find out more

  1. Look at Our Shooting
  2. Decide which discipline (kind of shooting) might interest you.
  3. Contact us. Tell us about any previous shooting experience, and anything else which could be relevant.

We then will direct you to the next induction session. These are held at weekends, on-demand when we have enough people to make it viable.

Please note; we do not run pay-and-shoot sessions.

We recommend you try the sport before buying equipment.