About the Club

The North London Rifle Club (NLRC) is a club that is steeped in tradition, focused on the development, improvement and transfer of the knowledge and skills in the art of Long Distance Target Shooting.

It has colourful and active membership with some of the finest shooters and wind coaches in the UK. The club can field several shooting teams that can go shoulder to shoulder with most international teams.

NLRC, though founded on service rifle shooting, now caters for Target Rifle (TR), Match Rifle (MR) and F-Class (FC). In addition, our members are also active in Gallery Rifle, Black Powder (i.e. "The Smellies"), McQueen Castle and clay pigeon, hunting and vermin shooting.

"The North" is famous throughout the world, with a rich history of achievement on the ranges by its members, well-documented on the many Honours Boards in the beautiful dining room. The club's colonial style veranda looks out onto the Exhibition Lawn at Bisley Camp.

The club is open Wednesday to Sunday inclusive and closed on Mondays and Tuesdays. Opening is extended during major Bisley events such as the Imperial Meeting. The Stewards are contactable between Wednesday - Sunday, with Monday and Tuesday as their "Weekend". If urgent please email secretary@nlrc.org.

NLRC operates as a members only club (with guests welcome), supported by the Club Stewards.

The NLRC is a dynamic and active club, open for new members who are energetic and enthusiastic about shooting (both individual and team based) who would like to join an active club with heritage, prestige and character.

Membership is by application, and subject to review by the Committee and Police checks.