The Shooting Club of London caters to members of all levels. Ranging from those looking to learn to shoot or progress from a novice level up to intermediate or advanced shots who are able to book game days. All members receive a one-to-one consultation with a member of the team to work out how they can make the most of their membership.


The London Shooting Club can supply exciting shooting to all levels of sportsman/sportswoman, from complete beginners to the very advanced. 

We offer regular clay pigeon shooting days in London, as well as expert tuition, simulated game drives, pheasant, partridge, grouse, dove, deer and boar shooting throughout the UK and other parts of the world. 

All shooting events have the best equipment, instructors and facilities available. Joining London Shooting Club gives you access to all of the shooting and social events that are exclusively arranged for our members


The London Shooting Club is proud to organise a fun and exclusive social calendar for its members and friends and we regularly open the doors to some of the finest venues in London and beyond. 

Our social events often relate to shooting or other country life pursuits such as hunting, and can be combined with nights of fine dining, champagne and cocktails in London’s secret cellars, all providing the perfect setting to get to know other members over a glass or two. 

In the spring and great British summer months, champagne and Pimms at a Game Fair or race track are amongst our favourite pastimes, whilst in the colder season shooting gatherings are at the top of the agenda

Coaching and Support

Whether you are learning to shoot or are looking to develop your skills, shooting regularly is highly recommended in order to maintain your style, good habits, and it plays a fundamental part in improving your performance. 

Regular clay shooting, and simulated game days offered by the London Shooting Club are a great way to do this. Even the most expert shot can get out of practice and pick up bad habits quickly without regular practice or the watchful eye of an instructor.
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