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We are a private club, built up by shooters and run by shooters. Our company name is Atlantic Leisure Ltd. In 1970 a small group of us leased the basement of a disused 1855 warehouse in Grundy Street, Liverpool. Now, through pursuing a vigorous policy of self-help and reinvestment we own the entire property and have transformed it into a first class shooting facility and one of the finest indoor ranges in the country.

For those interested in modern management techniques, we have not spent a fortune on consultants to obtain ISO9000 'status' nor win a trendy 'investors in people' logo. Instead, we simply provide good service, good value for money and treat our staff, our members and any visitors as human beings. Kind of old-fashioned, really, but it seems to work, and the paperwork's easier.

We have facilities for :

  • .22 rifle. Standing, sitting, kneeling, prone, precision, rapid, action.
  • Pistol calibre rifle. Ditto.
  • Centre fire rifle at the RFCA's Altcar range.
  • Air rifle and pistol.
  • Archery and crossbow.
  • Indoor clay pigeon. The real thing – no lasers etc. Fast and not easy, but great fun.
  • Muzzle loading pistol.
  • Corporate entertainment. (Ring 0151 632 4071 for details)

We also have :

  • Comfortable club room.
  • Good street parking.

For both legal and safety reasons we cannot allow people just to turn up and shoot. To join, you will have to take a short Introductory Course, followed by a probationary period of three months or eight attendances, whichever takes the longer. The courses are held on Saturday mornings from 11.00am to about 12.30 and have to be booked in advance.

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