Practical Shotgun was started in 1995 and has rapidly grown in
popularity. It is now the basis of the club, which is rapidly
approaching 150 members.
Harlow run UKPSA
championship and grader competitions, twice monthly practice shoots,
of Hours facility, and several Safety
Officer (RO)instruction courses each year.
You'll find the dates for
all our shotgun meetings in theFixture List section.
Note that Harlow Town Rifle
& Pistol Club itself does not do rifle or pistol and nor is it
based in Harlow. Otherwise it does what it says on the tin.
through ‘knowing your gun,’ cartridges used and practice
selection of shotgun cartridges, shot size, load and ‘knock down
The ability to
load and shoot on the move develops with experience and practice
Air Rifle & Small Bore Shooting
Approval in 1995
RO Courses available
The club formed in 1975 initially, as an air gun section. As membership
grew, a small bore section was started using the Key Glass rifle
range. This progressed to Full Bore Shooting which is now through our
association with The London Practical
shooting with a shotgun is where a shooter is tested in a
course of fire where all the shooting skills are required to shoot
down a number of targets. Accuracy is just as important as speed, as
well as the ability to move with your overall plan of how to shoot
the stage and implement that plan ensuring an economy of motion,
time and reloading skills to achieve the maximum number of hits in
the quickest time.