Please note that in view of the recent government announcement regarding Covid 19 measures, all fixtures up to and including 27 January have been postponed indefinitely. Fixtures beyond that date are also subject to postponement pending the availability of further information.
The range remains closed for practice as well as competitions until further notice.
The Isle of Man Clay Pigeon Shooting Club (formerly known as the Isle of Man Clay Pigeon Association) was officially opened by HE The Lieutenant Governor Air Marshal Ian MacFadyen on the 13th August 2005 and provides excellent facilities for it’s club members. Visiting shooters from other clubs are also welcome to join in our competitions, details of which can be found on the Fixtures page.
Gift vouchers are available for purchase from the club that can be redeemed for the following:
A trial round of 25 targets, including the use of a club gun supervised by a member of the committee with complimentary tea or coffee
Club membership, clothing or cartridges (the latter only available to holders of a Regulated Weapons Certificate)
Please contact the club by email at firstname.lastname@example.org to order your vouchers.
The Club is located at Meary Veg in the Isle of Man approximately 5 miles from Douglas and 3 miles from the airport. Turn off the A25 Old Castletown Road opposite the small cottages onto the single track road and follow the blue route shown on the map below.
Please drive slowly and carefully and after crossing the railway bridge turn right onto a new concrete road that leads to the sewerage treatment plant. At the plant entrance turn right and follow the track to the shooting range which is situated on the left as you come to the end of the track.