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    Zeroing range

    Hi,

    I live in london and am looking to zero my rifle however I do not have access to land or a club at the moment.

    Is there a zeroing/target club near the south east/ london where I could sight my rifle.

    Look forward to hearing from you.

    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by 30-06 View Post
    Hi,

    I live in london and am looking to zero my rifle however I do not have access to land or a club at the moment.

    Is there a zeroing/target club near the south east/ london where I could sight my rifle.

    Look forward to hearing from you.

    thanks

    Sorry, I do not know about your close area but I do use a tunnel range at Milden hall which is not to far away. The place is costly (£36 per hour but is not too bad if two people use it, it has 2 lanes) but it means that I can practice with my unmoderated 300 win mag without the locals complaining. I use it at least once a month and it is a cracking set up.

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    Bisley not far down the M3
    West London Shooting school have a range but big £ i think

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    Bisley ranges would be closest to you I suspect...... Mildenhall is a fair drive from where you're talking just to zero a rifle!
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    Do you have to be a member to use it?


    Quote Originally Posted by blunderbust View Post
    Sorry, I do not know about your close area but I do use a tunnel range at Milden hall which is not to far away. The place is costly (£36 per hour but is not too bad if two people use it, it has 2 lanes) but it means that I can practice with my unmoderated 300 win mag without the locals complaining. I use it at least once a month and it is a cracking set up.

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    Bisley is closest, but you need a Shooter Certification Card (SCC) to shoot on MOD ranges...
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    You can join the NRA which allows you to book ranges & use their zero range, but I think you need to be a member of a target club & have the 'safe shooter card' from that club. At least that is how I do it, when I am not shooting with my target club.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shendy View Post
    Do you have to be a member to use it?
    No, just make sure you book in advance as it sometimes gets booked up.

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    What about kent, Hythe or another one near it

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    You can also shoot at Bisley if you're a member of BASC and have a Shooter Certification Card.
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