Welcome to the Isle of Wight Gun Club, the Island’s oldest CPSA recognised gun club, and one of the county’s best clay shooting venues,  we are open every other Sunday, 10am – 2pm

Next shoot currently scheduled for Sunday July 12th

Shooting at the club is suspended earliest shoot 12th July

read more about it here


We are taking this opportunity to update parts of the website, some parts may not be operational, or the whole site might go into maintenance mode during this period.


Next 3 shoots, full fixtures here

DateSporting Fixture 100 BirdsSporting SeriesTrap Fixture 100 Birds
12 Jul 20Rose BowlSummer 3DTL
26 Jul 20SportingSummer 4DTL (R)
9 Aug 20SportingSummer 5DTL - Club Championship
* SAT 15 Aug 20 *SATURDAY - Charity Shoot
23 Aug 20Island Builders CupSummer 6UT
6 Sept 20Club ClassAutumn 1DTL (R) – Colin Caws
20 Sept 20SportingAutumn 2SB - Club Championship
4 Oct 20SportingAutumn 3DTL (R)
18 Oct 20Sporting (R)Autumn 4ABT - Club Championship
1 Nov 20SportingAutumn 5DTL (R)
15 Nov 20SportingAutumn 6UT
29 Nov 20Club ClassWinter 1DTL (R)
13 Dec 20Wappenshaw - Bring A Prize Win A PrizeWinter 2DTL
27 Dec 20Christmas Shoot DTL

Latest News

C19 Situation update

COVID 19 Statement Update 30th May 2020   To all valued Club Members,   I wrote to you all on the 20th March 2020, to explain the committee decision to suspend shooting at the club until the 6th June 2020. For much of the intervening period, the country has remained in a state of lockdown, with no choice but for the club to remain closed. However, over the past two weeks there has been some level of relaxation in the lockdown with further actions planned for mid-June. With that in mind, the committee met at the end of last week to review if it was prudent to open the club for next weekend. After due consideration we have decided to continue with the closure through until the end of June. This decision is based primarily on assuring the safety of both our members and those who help the club run

Latest Results


A mixed day weather wise, with wind, rain, and sunshine. None of which deterred the shooting community, who turned out in droves. Several tricky stands ruined what may have been good sporting scores. In the ABT County Championship, Matt Thomas was winner, having been beaten by 1 by Matt Lawrence who is not an IoW resident. Well shot both Matts


The final shoot of the sporting winter series lived up to its title, not fully wintery conditions, but for the third weekend on the bounce the Island was subjected to strong winds, and a little bit of rain. Those that turned out had a great layout to play with on the sporting course, with some excellent scores.