Derby Rifle and Pistol Club 1999

 

 

Welcome to www.drpc1999.com

We have our own complex near Twyford, south of Derby In the East Midlands. An excellent facility with 25m, 50m and 185yd ranges, Clubroom with lounge, kitchen and toilets. Members mainly shoot Ruger 10/22, Gallery rifles, sporting and F class rifles, travelling to Open events to compete. Recently there has been renewed interest in shooting with muzzle loading black powder pistols, revolvers and rifles.

Please have a look around our website and if you like what you see feel free to contact us.

 

Latest News

Because of the generosity of Club Members at the Christmas Charity Shoot we were able to present the Air Ambulance Service with a cheque for £750

One of their fundraising team, Nigel, gave a presentation of the work they do and received the cheque.

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REMINDERS

When visiting the Club out of normal Club Session hours do not lock the main gate, this is in case emergency services need access. Of course lock the gate if you are last to leave.

Remember to sign in, as must any visitors - even if they are not shooting.

Please be aware of the permitted shooting times and restrictions.

It is important to record your visit and what firearms you have used in the register (by the phone in the lounge)
The Secretary is being asked for detailed information by the police when a Member’s FAC is being renewed.
So remember to state the calibre and type of firearm you have used.

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AWARD IN RECOGNITION OF SUPPORTING DISABLED TARGET SHOOTERS.

 

Derby Rifle & Pistol Club 1999 has become one of the first shooting clubs in the country to be recognised as a Target Shooting Organisation that caters for People with Disabilities or Impairments.

A certificate of recognition was recently awarded to club at the Annual Disabled Shooting Awards, held at Bisley the National Shooting Centre in Surrey. The awarding body is the Disabled Shooting Project, sponsored by British Shooting and Sport England. The event was attended by ninety disabled shooters from all over England.

The club has seven members registered disabled and has over the last three years undertaken major improvements to make the clubhouse and range areas disability friendly by building new disabled toilet facilities, shooting supports and platforms for wheelchair users.    

In keeping with the Disabled Shooting Project, the club is keen to promote Target shooting as the most accessible, inclusive and integrated of all mainstream sports.

The club secretary said: "We are proud that our efforts as a club willing to assist disabled members - have been recognised by three of the sport’s governing bodies."