British Pistol Club
The British Pistol Club was founded in 1957, for the encouragement of International Pistol Shooting, and is the oldest and largest shooting club exclusive to pistol in Great Britain. Since its inception the Club has provided competitions and training in accordance with the International Shooting Sports Federation (ISSF). Using air pistols, we are currently shooting, at 25m; Standard Handgun, Standard Pistol, 25m Pistol and Rapid Fire and at 10m to ISSF Rules; Standard Pistol, Rapid Fire, 60 Shot Men's and 40 Shot Ladies events. We also offer the 10 from 13 muzzle loading event at 25m for single shot Pistol, and Revolver.
For further information about the club, entries for the Bisley meetings or membership:
Please write to B.C.M 5114 London WC1N 3XX or telephone 07599 504876 (Whilst we will always hope that we are able to answer your call, if you do need to leave a message by voicemail or text please note that we will only return a call if you leave a landline number.) or email BPC
Next BPC Meetings at Bisley
10m and 50m Open Meeting
18th & 19th January 2014
There will not be a Christmas shoot this year
Changes in the pistol rules (1st edition) compiled by Spencer Tweedie and reproduced here with his kind permission.
Summary of rule changes for 2013 (1st edition)
Please note that there will be a green fee of £3 per day payable by non-members in addition to the per event entry fees
but this only applies to the monthly shoots and not to the Open Meeting or Championships
Shooting Schedule but note no 25m on Sunday for October, November and February