Membership of the club is open to all subject to any conditions imposed by the Home
Office under the Firearms Act. The club is Home Office approved and Affiliated to the National Rifle
Anyone interested in target shooting and wishing to take up the sport by joining
the Huddersfield Rifle Club, should attend a range day which take place on most
Saturday afternoons between the beginning of April and the end of October.
If you wish to attend, please email the membership secretary
firstname.lastname@example.org who will confirm if
membership places are available and an available date.
As a Home office Approved Club, shooting is not permitted on the first visit but
will be on the second and subsequent visits following the completion of a
Membership Application Form and section 21 declaration.
New members to the sport, non Firearm Certificate
(FAC) holders, are required to
serve a minimum six month probationary period before upgrading to Full Membership.
Each year the Huddersfield Rifle Club must
pay a surcharge to the NRA for anyone who's primary club is Huddersfield Rifle
Club but they are not a member of the NRA. This £10 surcharge must be paid
for by the club member and is not inclusive of the membership fee's below each
year. If you wish to join the NRA then a link to their site can be found
on our links page.
The cost of membership is :-
Initial Joining Fee £10
Juniors (Under 18) £20
Country Member £22.50
The cost of a shoot is currently:-
£4 per range - 200 yard range
& 500 yard range, totalling £8 for both if you wish to use both ranges.
Shooters paying £8 for both ranges can also use the 100 yard range inclusively.
Ammunition £14.40 to £17.28
for 24 rounds depending upon type & quality required. Unless you have an FAC
with relevant conditions, any unused ammunition must
be surrendered upon completion of day's shooting.
Guest fee £2.00 Probationary members must pay the guest fee at every visit.
A 100 yard range is also available to the membership at
a range fee of £4.00. Users are responsible
for arranging a suitably qualified range officer to supervise the shooters who
must use standard NRA or NSRA approved targets.
The maximum you will pay in range fees for a week is
£8. This could be shooting fullbore at 200 yards, 500 yards on a Saturday
or Sunday and then any number of times at the 100 yard range through the week.
If you only shoot at the 100 yards range on a Saturday or Sunday paying £4 you
will still need to pay £4 again if you shoot again through the week at 100 yards
but will not have to pay again for the rest of the week.
Anyone attending the range must comply with the club
Safety Regulations which can be accessed by clicking
If you are interested in joining the club please email
the membership secretary