Speed Steels Practice

When booking make sure you book the correct section, speed steels stations are named. If you require 100yds zeroing/long range look through for the appropriate station/bay. Currently for speed steels practice there are 4 stations, with slots for 4 people per station. Coming shortly there will be 8 speed steel bays with practice slots for 4 people per bay. For long range a maximum of 4 slots. Every person must book their own session, you may NOT book on behalf of someone else. You must be a FAC holder and subject to the conditions on your certificate. Please ensure that you complete the details box with the time you’d like to arrive (please note the daily times according to the time of year, available below) we need this information to be able to confirm your booking.

All sessions require you to complete a returns card for your attendance, this must be done every time you attend prior to leaving.

Full Members practice session free of charge.
Visitors and those waiting membership approval must always be accompanied by a full member and be FAC holders. Ensure that you put the name of the member accompanying you and your FAC number.
Visitors and those waiting membership approval pay £45 per day session or part thereof.

Sunday practice one day per month 10am til 1.30pm
Practice session available Tuesday to Saturday as below.
All subject to availability.

January – closed.

February – 10am til 4pm

March to September 10am til 5pm

November 10am til 3pm

Dec – closed

 

 



Yeaveley Speed Steels

Action Shooters Membership

Currently full annual membership is open to FAC holders only for £250 with no practice fees.
Probationary  membership will be invited at a later date. If you would like to add your name to the waiting list for probationary members please email the gunroom on contactus@yeaveley-estate.co.uk

New Members with FAC – will need to have their application supported by an existing full member. Please ensure that you have contacted this person prior to making your application.

The club will inform the police of any application for membership, giving the applicant’s full name and address, date and place of birth, and the date on which they become a full member.

The new full member must attend one range familiarisation session (these will take place on pre set dates) and be signed off for the safe use of all range facilities and use of the booking system. They will also sign to say they have been taken through the range rules and fully understand them.

How to use the steel layouts, correct procedures for unbagging and chamber flags for mini rifles.

New members will be asked to specify which disciplines they wish to shoot and be able to demonstrate safe conduct and firearms handling for those disciplines.

Members, on application will declare and must also sign a declaration (on the range familiarisation day) that they are not prohibited from possessing a firearm or ammunition by virtue of section 21, as amended, of the Firearms Act 1968.