Welcome to Wakefield Rifle And Pistol Club

TargetShooterWe are an independently run shooting club offering both air  pistol/rifle and live pistol/rifle range facilities. This is a busy but friendly club where new members are always welcome.

Beginners with little or no prior experience are especially welcome.

WRPC was established in 1977 to promote sportsmanship, competition and training in pistol and rifle marksmanship.

The club is affiliated to the National Rifle Association, the National Small Bore Rifle Association and the Muzzle Loaders Association of Great Britain and we regularly compete locally, nationally and internationally.

2017/2018 Annual Membership Renewal

Annual membership fees are now due. 

Click the button to download the mandatory renewal form and learn how to pay your membership through this web site

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New Member evenings every Wednesday!

Click the button below and read about how to become a probationary member and book your first session today

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Taking Up Shooting

Not shot before? No problem. The club’s qualified Range Officers will train you in safety and technique. So long as you’re having fun and you’re safe, you’re welcome.

Read more to find how to book your first introductory session.

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Range & Club Facilities

At WRPC we currently have one dedicated 10m Match air range, one 25 yard range dedicated to small bore shooting and one 22 yard general range for air rifle and live firing pistol calibres up to .454 calibre.

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What You Can Shoot

Black powder rifles and pistols, .22 semi-auto rifles and pistols, bolt action rifles,  military rifles, long range sniper rifles, muzzle loading pistols, long barrel revolvers and pistols,  even miniature cannons.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Does it cost much? Can I keep firearms at home? Do you do long range shooting? Is it difficult? Will I enjoy it?

Do you  do competitions? Can I bring a friend? How safe is it? Does the club have guns we can use? Are the members friendly to newbies?

All questions & more anserwered!

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