If you're interested in competitive shooting, from clay pigeon to target, or just want to improve your operational skills, we can give you the opportunity. 

Royal Navy Shooting

We oversee all competitive shooting in the RN, for Reservists as well as serving personnel, while we also organise training in service and non-service weaponry.

Get involved and you'll have the opportunity to train and hone your talents and compete in regular Inter-Service fixtures.

We also coordinate the Operational Shooting Competitions (OSCs), which are a core part of Royal Navy training. These allow you to improve your marksmanship to an advanced level, while also testing your skills at everything from unit to international level.

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Whether you're an experienced shooter or an absolute beginner with a rifle, you are welcome to get involved.

We will also provide all the equipment you need, and help you take part in any available activities, events and disciplines that take your interest.

To get involved, just get in touch.

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