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Our Ranges

This page details the 3 ranges at the Wedgnock complex.

If you are planning to attend WRPC to shoot you should first make yourself aware of the range rules and fees before you arrive.


Range Fees:
From 1st January 2021

Member£15.00weekends only 10:00 to 14:00 Section 1 & 2 firearms
Non-Member£30.00weekends only 10:00 to 14:00 Section 1 & 2 firearms

From 1st January 2022

Member£17.00weekends only 10:00 to 14:00 Section 1 & 2 firearms
Non-Member£35.00weekends only 10:00 to 14:00 Section 1 & 2 firearms

Once New Members have visited the ranges a number of times they can also apply for a good value Season Ticket from the Range Manager, please see the Memberships page for more information.

Range Bookings
Wedgnock Ranges are available for hiring for outside clubs and other organisations in the firearms industry. Please contact us for more information.

100 Metre ‘A’ Range

Wedgnock’s 100 metre ‘A’ range is the largest that the WRPC shoot on, the range is regularly used for competitions for light rifles and muzzle loaders.

​The A range has 25 operational covered firing points out of a maximum of 50 that allow you to shoot from standing (supported), sitting, kneeling and prone positions in 30 minute details. As with the B range, a maximum of 4 shooters can shoot at any one time without the need for a non-shooting range officer.

​Please note as of October 2016, firing points (26-50) that are not within the covered area are out of use for the foreseeable future.

Pistols and Shotguns are not allowed on this range and can only be used on the 25 and 50 metre ranges and Section 1 shotguns are restricted to 3 rounds maximum loaded at any one time due to noise restrictions from rapid fire. Section 2 shotguns are also allowed on the 25 and 50 metre ranges but not the 100 metre range.

  • The targets on the 50 Metre range

50 Metre ‘B’ Range

Wedgnock’s 50 metre ‘B’ range is the most popular range with the club’s members and other clubs that regularly visit.

​The B range has 22 covered firing points that can be used for shooting from standing, sitting, kneeling and prone positions. As with the A range, a maximum of 4 shooters can shoot at any one time without the need for a non-shooting range officer.

​Uniquely, the B range has a set of 10 knockdown targets that can be shot at by any calibre that is cleared for use on the Wedgnock ranges, and these add an element of fun to target shooting.

Rifle shooters must be seated at a table with the rifle supported on elbows, bipod or rest. Only authorised competitions can shoot off hand at these targets. However shotguns cannot be used on these knockdown targets.

​Shotguns can only be used on targets pinned to the target boards and only a maximum of 3 rounds is allowed to be loaded at any time in Section 1 shotguns due to noise restrictions caused by rapid fire.

​Additionally, there are six turning target stations that can be used for fast action competitions and rapid fire practice.

25 Metre ‘C’ Range

Wedgnock’s 25 metre ‘C’ range is perhaps the most versatile of the clubs ranges. Not only does it host the popular Cowboy Action section but also Target Shotgun competitions and there is an Air Rifle range. C Range is perfect for Black Power muzzle loading and revolver pistol shooting.

​Shotguns can only be used on targets pinned to the target boards and only a maximum of 3 rounds is allowed to be loaded at any time in Section 1 shotguns due to noise restrictions caused by rapid fire.

​Split into four sections of firing points, this covered 55-bay range operates as four separate ranges with individual range officers. Of these four sections, one section is specifically used as a dedicated Air Rifle range which is exempt from the non-shooting range officer rules that govern the rest of the range complex. It should be noted however, that WRPC no longer caters for air only membership but all Full, Senior and Junior members can use this Air Range if they wish, after they complete their Section 1 firearms training course.

​As a result of this layout, there can be up to 12 firearms being used on the range at any one time before a non-shooting range officer is required. In addition to the popular Cowboy Action competitions that take place on this range, the range has a specific turning target section allowing for competitive fast action shooting!

  • Cowboy Action