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Name of Range: Bisley Ranges
Location: National Shooting Centre, Bisley Camp, Brookwood, Surrey. GU24 0PB.
Type: Land owned by National Rifle Association, National Smallbore Rifle Association and Ministry of Defence.
Number of Targets: Fullbore ranges: Century has 108 targets from 300yds to 600yds. Stickledown has 50 targets from 800yds to 1200yds.
Terrain: Century is flat and grassy, with some boggy areas during winter. Stickledown slopes down from right to left, and has more heather and scrubland.
Firing Points: Generally excellent grass firing points. 300yds is a little crampt in parts but 500 and 600yds are first class. On Stickledown the firing points are stepped up the hill and elevated in parts.
Facilities: Bisley Camp has the best facilities in the world for shooters and their guests. There are several places to stay and eat on the camp. Contact the NRA at
Range direction: North west
Prevailing conditions: Very variable conditions throughout the year. Wind in summer usually comes from the south west so across the range left to right. Wind on Stickledown can be very strong and on Century can be light and fickle.
Flora and Fauna: The danger area is designated as a special conservation area and several rare plant and animal species have been identified. The woodland is home to the usual wildlife and the occasional deer is spotted. The camp has many sweet chestnut trees and has a tree planting scheme.
Civilian Clubs: Many civilian clubs use Bisley as their home range. Some of the clubs that have clubhouses include Surrey RA, North London RC, Ibis RC, LMRA, Artists RC, Army TRC and British Commonwealth RC.
Nearest Pub: Several clubhouses in the camp with licensed bar. Some are members only. London & Middlesex RA allows YRA members. Surrey RA allows non-members. English XX Club is open during May Open meeting and July Imperial meeting. Jenny's and National Clay Shooting Centre do a good trade in breakfasts and snacks.

From the north:

M1 to M25 Jun. 6A.

M25 to M3 Jun. 12.

M3 to A322 Jun. 3.

Follow A322 dual carriageway to a roundabout, then straight over and through West End for 2 miles into Bisley village.

600yds after Bisley village green (on left) take right turn at traffic lights onto Queens Rd.

Follow Queens Rd for 1 mile into woodland road and behind Century range.

After sharp bend to left the entrance to Bisley camp is on the right.

See the map on WWW.MULTIMAP.CO.UK

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