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Bisley Ranges, Surrey


Bisley Ranges (aka. The National Shooting Centre) is the home of the National Rifle Association (NRA), the National Smallbore Rifle Association (NSRA), and many other target shooting clubs and associations.

The Bisley Camp area has retained the charming feeling on Victorian Empire, with veranda'd clubhouses set in tree-lined lawns.

18 different ranges radiate out from the central Camp area, and provide facilities for almost every possible target shooting discipline. 10m airweapons competitors rub shoulders with 'gravel-bellies' who shoot at targets on the 1200 yards Stickledown Range or the 100+ targets on the 600 yards Century Range; shotgunners and muzzle-loaders mix with enthusiasts for historic arms or gallery rifles

Getting there

From the Luton area:

  • Take the M1 south
  • M25 to junction 12
  • M3 to junction 3
  • A322 south towards Woking and Guilford
  • Through West End and Bisley villages
  • Turn right at the traffic lights into Queens Road
  • The Bisley Camp Main Gate is 1.2 km down on the right


Address: Bisley, Brookwood, Woking, Surrey GU24 0PB

Tel: (01483) 797777

Routes to Bisley from the M3

Layout of the ranges at Bisley

Plan showing Bisley Camp area and Range layout

The plan below shows routes from the main entrance (red) to:

  • Green - Century firing points
  • Blue - Short Siberia 100yds car park
  • White - Short Siberia 200yds car park
  • Yellow - Melville car park
  • Purple - New Cheylesmore car park