The Capreolus Club is a unique members club
committed to the environment via a
climate-focused diet 
and to the
betterment of species through the careful
selection of sustainable, wild, free-ranging animals



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Capreolus Club Range Day

Fri 11th JUNE 2021 

'Rifle Zeroing Day' - 'Zero' your Rifle and Hone your Skills ready for the Roe rut     
£135 + vat 

With the Roe rut about to get underway and the autumn season soon to follow, members are understandably keen to make sure that both they and their rifles are shooting straight.

In order to meet demand and in order to minimise the cost to our members of booking range time on a sole-use basis, we have set aside an entire day of individual time slots to zero rifles and hone skills.

Members are invited to book a 2 hour time slot. During the first hour Peter Jones will be on hand with a bench, ‘lead-sled’, zeroing targets and all the right tools and guidance, to make sure that both you and your rifle are shooting ‘spot-on’. During the second hour you have time to practice on your own on a Life-Size Steel Deer Target from a variety of positions of your choosing. This way you’ll be able to make the most of the season ahead, safe in the knowledge that both you and your rifle are shooting to the best of your ability.

2 hour slots commence on the hour every hour from 10am – 5pm.

Non FAC holders are welcome and can utilise the time to gain valuable marksmanship advice and practice, using the estate rifle in either .243 or .308.

£135-00 + vat includes one hours zeroing and instruction, followed by a further one hour practice on a life-size steel deer target.