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Welcome to our club website, we are a small to medium sized multi-discipline club based in the west of Scotland
The club is Home Office Approved and is affiliated to the NRA. We shoot - Full Bore , Small Bore, Breech loading Black powder, Muzzle Loading Rifle & Pistol and also Clay Target at various outdoor locations within the West of Scotland area; We also now have regular Club meetings at an excellent & comfortable indoor facility where we can practice for precision small-bore or gallery rifle competition.
Within our ranks there are members whose main interests lie in the Historic classics, others may prefer Open class, traditional Target rifle, Sporting rifle, Clay target or any combination that falls inside the wide range of shooting opportunities we can offer.
We have good relationships with the other clubs in the Glasgow area and often share range days with them, sometimes this leads to ad hoc inter-club competitions springing up and although these are good natured and fun, club loyalty means that competitive spirit is always to the fore
If you are looking to join a shooting club to hone existing skills or as a step to competition level or possibly even just as a relaxation hobby why not try us, we have a range of expertise and can offer advice and coaching on a variety of subjects from the basic dynamics of the sport through reloading to internal and external ballistics.
We can be reached through the Contact Us page of this site
The Claymore Rifle Pistol & Gun Club was founded in the 1970's by John McCreadie & Tommy McCue as an off shoot of the old Post Office Rifle Club
The name 'Claymore' (which is gaelic for big sword) was adopted and the club has as its symbol a sword which is a direct copy of the original sword that was on display at the Kelvingrove Art Galleries. The club logo is a stylised version of that.