About Us

Based in a brand new, purpose-built facility located in the heart of London, we are the University of London Rifle Club. ULRC is affiliated with the NRA, NSRA and SRA.

The club mainly shoots two different disciplines; smallbore and fullbore. Alongside these we also arrange shotgun/clay pigeon shooting and also do a little air rifle shooting.

Smallbore is shot throughout the year, at a 25 yard prone range under London Bridge The range also has an air pistol range, and is opened every Saturday between 12 noon until 5 pm.
We always follow up shooting with a trip to the local pubs.

Fullbore is shot mainly in the spring and summer months, but we also run a few weekends during the winter. It is a lot of fun and requires you to be on the ball, constantly correcting for wind and elevation.
We arrange fullbore day trips and residential weekends through the year at the National Rifle Associations home ground - Bisley, Surrey. A recommended event is the 5 day Easter camp in April. 

Throughout the year we have competitions against other Universities and we enter teams for Smallbore and Fullbore BUCS competitions each year.

 

Recent Announcements

  • Back to our roots... A very interesting insight into the very origins of what would become the University of London Rifle Club in 1911! This article describes the formation of the very first rifle ...
    Posted 19 Jun 2015, 13:58 by James Peard
  • ULRC November Weekend 2014 ULRC held their introduction to Fullbore and Service Rifle weekend.  During the weekend, members shot at 300 yards with 308 Target Rifles, 5.56 AR-15, a Mosin Nagant from ...
    Posted 2 Dec 2014, 06:26 by Morgan Lee
  • Some Photos from Bisley - BUCS  
    Posted 23 Jul 2014, 05:02 by Morgan Lee
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