The University of Southampton Clay Pigeon Shooting Club is a new and rapidly developing society that prides itself on being an active and welcoming, whether you’re an experienced shot or a novice.
The club aims to make clay shooting as accessible and affordable as possible whilst maintaining a relaxed, friendly and safe atmosphere. The society is inclusive and aims to widen participation in a sport that is often seen as traditional.
We offer multiple shooting opportunities at a number of respected grounds across Hampshire including Spitfire Shoot, Wallers Ash and Ower Shooting Ground, at least once a week. The society also competes in inter-university fixtures such as the Oxford Challenge, St Andrews Challenge, Bristol Competition, BUCS and Varsity.
Membership allows access to all the equipment, regular shooting opportunities, subsidised cartridges and tuition, and weekly social events throughout the year.
All abilities are welcome, from beginners to Olympians. No equipment, licence or previous experience necessary to join. Want to give clay pigeon shooting a go? Why not come to a taster session or consider getting a membership with us!
Check out website out at www.sucpsc.co.uk.
All clubs and societies within the Students' Union are run entirely by students. The student committee for Clay Pigeon Shooting this year are:
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These are the current membership fees offered by Clay Pigeon Shooting, although many clubs and societies offer a free period for new members to try out their activities.
|Full Year Membership||£40.00||14/09/2020 - 27/09/2021||Full Year Membership includes access to the Club Practice Sign ups, Socials and entry into Competitions. As well as the use of the clubs guns, safety equipment and a subsidised ammunition.|
|Full Year Membership with Shotgun Tuition||£65.00||21/09/2020 - 20/09/2021||Full Year Membership includes access to the Club Practice Sign ups, Socials and entry into Competitions. As well as the use of the clubs guns, safety equipment and a subsidised ammunition. Members will also be able to attend at least two group coaching sessions a year with a qualified instructor|
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Health & Safety
All clubs & societies are required to risk assess their activity to ensure it is carried out in a safe manner for members. Current risk assessments for Clay Pigeon Shooting are available to view below