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Cambridge HFT Airgun Club

Cambridge HFT Airgun Club

Cambridge HFT prides itself on being a friendly sociable club accessible to all regardless of age and experience. We have a thriving membership that ranges from novice juniors right up to our senior contingent. Some of our members shoot purely for fun and others have achieved National and International success. Our current membership boasts the current UKAHFT Ladies Champion and World Championships .22 class winner.

Anyone is welcome to come along and have a go; either bring your own air rifle or you can loan one of the 4x AirArms S200 club rifles.

If you are a total novice to HFT, do not be worried about turning up and asking questions about choice of rifle, clothing etc. All our shooters are willing to give advice and to let you try their rifles. If you have not shot an HFT course before or are unsure what to do, tell the person at the ‘check-in’ and you will be placed with an experienced shooter or shooters who will be more than pleased to show you the ropes.

We meet on the second and fourth Sunday of the month at our woodland ranges in Shepreth, near Royston in Cambridgeshire. Booking in starts around 8.30am and the Competition starts at 10:30am. Shooting has usually finished by about 1:30pm, and the prize presentations take place around 2pm.

Our HFT courses are usually set in two areas of woodland; the one on the left that you passed on your way down the track and the woods surrounding the HQ. We also have a large plinking / zeroing range at the HQ woods.

We have a hot food and drink wagon on site so tea, coffee, bacon baps and burgers are available to help keep mind and body together!

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