Lopcombe Corner Range Day

Date/Time
Date(s) - February 5, 2022
All Day

Location
Lopcombe Corner Range

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After a 3 round check zero you will be able to engage any of the steel targets on the range. Book any number of available hours.

Attendance is subject to agreeing the range rules. The event is offered to ‘open’ certificate holders in possession of their own shooting insurance. Please download and read the Lopcombe Corner Range rules PDF.

Lopcombe corner Range Rules 031221

Remaining Bookings,

10am – 11am  – 1

11am – 12pm – 6

12pm – 1pm – 6

1pm – 2pm – 6

2pm – 3pm – 6

3pm – 4pm – 5

Cost £35 per hour (per ‘space’ in the drop down selection)

*** TO SUBMIT YOUR BOOKING, AFTER ADDING YOUR COMPLETED APPLICATION TO THE CART, PLEASE CONTINUE THROUGH TO THE CHECKOUT AND PROCESS THE £0 TRANSACTION. YOU WILL THEN RECIEVE AN INVOICE BY EMAIL FOR PAYMENT ***

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2 thoughts on “Lopcombe Corner Range Day

  1. As discussed with Ben (event organiser) I have a somewhat ambiguous Additional clause on my firearms certificate:
    “Additional conditions may be added here by the Chief Officer of Police
    The firearms and ammunition shall be used for shooting any lawful quarry and for zeroing on ranges, or land deemed suitable by the chief officer of police for the area where the land is situated and over which the holder has lawful authority to shoot.”

    On checking further, one source (Shootforum.com) explains that Closed = “land deemed suitable by the chief officer of police” and Open = “land over which the certificate holder has lawful authority to shoot” – which would mean this clause appears to fit both definitions. The advice given here is that the Cert holder does not have to send written permission for every permission even if with a ‘closed’ cert … but just needs to ensure the land has been passed for the chosen calibre.

    I should add that I shoot fairly regularly (a .308 in Scotland, and .243 and .177 HMR in England) and have had a Firearm Cert continuously for more than 30 years.

    1. Hi James. Reading the wording of your conditions I would sugguest that you have a closed condition where hunting quarry is concerned but you are permitted to shoot on ‘ranges’ without the need for the range to be checked or cleared.

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