About our world class facilities, clay layouts, tuition and more!
The Home Of Shooting
The National Shooting Centre at Bisley Camp, only 30 miles from central London, has been the home of shooting since 1890 and has promoted and encouraged marksmanship for over 100 years. The Centre offers world class facilities for all shooting disciplines and hosts International competitions.
- English Skeet
- Olympic Trap
- Down The Line
- Olympic Skeet
World Class Facilities
The superb new layouts are equipped with 72 Mattarelli traps and offer impressive facilities for clay shooters of all abilities. The facilities include computer controlled scoring, trap sequencing, acoustic release (on all Trap layouts) and covered stands, all of this against the backdrop of over 3000 acres of unspoilt Surrey heathland
Masterclass & Tuition
Regular tuition is available in all formal clay disciplines, and can be booked from 9am to 4.30pm from Tuesday to Friday inclusive. Tuition is available for beginners, novices and more experienced shots. Each lesson is tailor made to requirements by our instructor. Masterclasses, surgeries and courses will be held depending on demand, focusing on advanced techniques to improve the performance of competitive shooters at all levels.
Announcing our Sister Shooting Ground; Bisley Shooting Ground.
Bisley Camp has been the home of the National Rifle Association (NRA) and numerous other rifle and clay shooting clubs for over 128 years. This rich and intriguing history has evolved over time with Queen Victoria opening the first annual rifle meeting at Wimbledon back in 1860. She fired the inaugural shot at the first rifle meeting on 2nd July that year and this event is still very much alive in the form of the annual Prize Meeting (the Imperial) which includes the Queen’s Prize.
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A magnificent new pavilion has been built which provides a focal point for the complex, and includes catering facilities and terrace overlooking the grounds and final layouts. There is extensive car parking available for over 100 vehicles and is easily accessible to disabled.
Practice and Competitions
Regular competitions such as CPSA Registered shoots (Club and County level), BICTSF Selection shoots and NCSC club competitions are held throughout the year (see the Calendar for more information). Practice is also available on the layouts but individuals must contact the ground before attending to check availability.
Further information will be available on the NCSC information line 01483 797 666.
William Evans Gunsmith
A superb shop located opposite the NCSC offering new and second-hand guns, cartridges, shooting apparel and accessories. William Evans experienced staff offer advice on gun fitting and purchase, and have a Master Gunsmith on site for repairs and servicing. They can be contacted on 01483 486 500.
Frequently Asked Questions of the NCSC
N.B. Closed on Mondays and Tuesdays (office open Tues)
General Opening hours:
Wednesday through to Sunday 9am until 5pm