Blair Atholl Garage has kindly agreed to sponsor the Club. In return, we should support them.


Covid-19 Update from Scottish Target Shooting

update from STS and Police Scotland

STS and Police Scotland issued the following press release regarding Covid-19 situation and firearms licensing.




Dear Members

Our planned shoot on the 29th March has been cancelled. We will review each fixture on a shoot-by-shoot basis. Updates and news will be circulated by email and posted on the website.

Kind Regards,

Ron Scaglione

West Atholl Rifle Club Secretary


West of Scotland Open


Due to the worsening situation with the Covid-19 virus, we have taken the decision to cancel this years meeting. Holders of last years trophies, please hold onto them till the situation improves.


John Potter



Range Rigging Day

The range is now rigged ready for the start of this season.

We had a good turn out to help with the work required and this makes the job much easier to complete. Many thanks are due to all who helped on the day.

We fitted a new aerial in the butts and the system operated flawlessly during the afternoon practice shoot. Thanks are due to Richard Scott for procuring the parts and fitting them.

Work to complete the butts steps and to improve access to our water supply system is planned. Thanks are due to Paul Crosbie for procuring the materials and delivering them to the range.

A new wind flag was also installed at the 800 yard position.

Let us hope that the weather improves before our first competitive shoot on Sunday 29th March.


John Potter



8th March - Target Rigging

Our customary target rigging day will take place on the 8th of March with a 400y shoot afterwards. A heathy turnout should make for lighter work and some decent time on the range to blow those cobwebs out.



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