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Shooting Map of the UK

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Re: Shooting Map of the UK

Postby Coldfinger » Mon Apr 09, 2012 9:49 pm

Cleveland Gun Club

Clay Pigeon Shooting

BUSKY MOOR
BIRK BROW
STANGHOW,
LINGDALE,
CLEVELAND

Phone: 01287-643865

Club Secretary: MRS SE HUTCHINSON

Approx co-ordinates
Lat "54.531093"
Lng "-0.966454"
"Bit of a Meldrew you, int'cha?" Linegeist

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Re: Shooting Map of the UK

Postby HDAV » Thu Jun 07, 2012 4:58 pm

Why is catton hall shown as just off the M4 when it is just off the M56???????

http://www.cattonhall.co.uk/site/1/How_to_find_us.html
Added 2" to my weapon and my hit rate went up ;)
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Re: Shooting Map of the UK

Postby Beer Hunter » Thu Jun 07, 2012 5:00 pm

HDAV wrote:Why is catton hall shown as just off the M4 when it is just off the M56???????

http://www.cattonhall.co.uk/site/1/How_to_find_us.html

Feel free to give the coordinates as requested and we'll get it fixed :)

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Re: Shooting Map of the UK

Postby Judge Ali » Sun Nov 25, 2012 8:28 am

jenrobzik wrote:hi.... all im just new here..
ahm!! i want to practice.. for a shootig any one
can guide.. me.. or to teach me???

thanks...


Welcome - you will definitely get some good advice here. Your post here isn't actually in the right section though this is for the shooting map. Do another post in the new members introduction section - introduce yourself and let everyone know a bit about yourself and what kind of shooting you are interested in. That way you can make sure you get the best advice for what you want to do.
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Re: Shooting Map of the UK

Postby HDAV » Fri Oct 18, 2013 11:45 pm

Found another

name="Nelson Field Target Club"
address="Nelson, Treharris, Caerphilly CF46 6PG"
lat="031759.02"
lng="513816.25"
tel=""
email=""
website="http://www.nelsonftc.co.uk/"
type="airgun club"
Added 2" to my weapon and my hit rate went up ;)
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Re: Shooting Map of the UK

Postby bunnycatcher » Tue Nov 26, 2013 2:17 pm

name="Bridlington Rifle and Pistol Club "
address="Gypsey road"
lat="54.0898103455517 "
lng=0.208932966917819""
tel="01262 400376 "
email="Bridlingtonrifleandpistolclub@gmail.com "
website="Bridlingtonrifleandpistolclub.co.uk "
type="Full bore range"
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Re: Shooting Map of the UK

Postby HDAV » Sat Mar 15, 2014 4:29 pm

name="Nelson Clay shooting ground"
address="Ty Du Road, Nelson, Treharris, Caerphilly CF46 6PN, UK"
lat="51.634801"
lng="-3.297189"
tel="01443 830570 01656 658050"
email="NA"
website="NA"
type="Clay Ground"
notes="Open wednesday and Sunday for DTL and ABT"
Added 2" to my weapon and my hit rate went up ;)
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Re: Shooting Map of the UK

Postby HDAV » Sat Mar 15, 2014 4:33 pm

name=" Braces Clay Shooting Ground"
address="Braces Clay Shooting School Maes Knoll Farm Norton Lane Norton Malreward BS39 4EZ"
lat="51.38372"
lng="-2.579178"
tel="0117 300 99 56"
email="info@bracesofbristol.com"
website="http://www.bracesofbristol.com/club/"
type="Clay Ground"
notes="Open alternate sundays and 1 thursday a month check website for dates"
Added 2" to my weapon and my hit rate went up ;)
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Re: Shooting Map of the UK

Postby HDAV » Sat Mar 15, 2014 4:36 pm

UPdated co-ords

name="Nelson Field Target Club"
address="Nelson, Treharris, Caerphilly CF46 6PG"
lat="51.636484"
lng="-3.286981"
tel=""
email=""
website="http://www.nelsonftc.co.uk/"
type="airgun club"

Updated Lat and long
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Re: Shooting Map of the UK

Postby HDAV » Tue Dec 30, 2014 4:18 pm

HDAV wrote:name="Nelson Clay shooting ground"
address="Ty Du Road, Nelson, Treharris, Caerphilly CF46 6PN, UK"
lat="51.634801"
lng="-3.297189"
tel=" 01656 658050"
email="NA"
website="NA"
type="Clay Ground"
notes="Open wednesday and Sunday for DTL and ABT"


Seems to have vanihsed from the map?
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Re: Shooting Map of the UK

Postby Graham M » Tue Dec 30, 2014 5:52 pm

Slight mistake with Peter Starley. The correct location is shown by the Budbrooke industrial estate on the A4117 but it has been replicated to show it in Halesowen.
There is a 25ys small-bore range in Halesowen at the Sommers sports club, by the island on Manor Way :thup:

B62 0JH
Lat - 52.443098
Lon – 2.045808

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Re: Shooting Map of the UK

Postby robg » Thu Jan 29, 2015 9:47 am

Had an hk p7m8 that liked hot loads but the cz75 is the best 9mm ive shot. s&w745 was my favorite 45 much nicer than s&w da645.miss my pistols & revolvers :cry:
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Re: Shooting Map of the UK

Postby gonzo » Sun Oct 30, 2016 10:40 pm

name="TAL Arms and Scuba"
address=""
lat="50.7492846"
lng="-1.7936607"
tel=""
email=""
website="www.shootingandscuba.co.uk"
type="Gunsmith"

name="Dorset Gun Company"
address=""
lat="50729977"
lng="-1.938337"
tel=""
email=""
website="www.dorsetguncompany.co.uk"
type="Gunsmith"

name="Parkstone Gun Club "
address=""
lat="50.735531"
lng="-1.947648"
tel=""
email=""
website="www.parkstonegunclub.co.uk"
type="Full Bore Range"
notes="Indoor 20mtr rimfire, pistol cal carbines and BP. Shoot weekday evenings."

name="Cobahm Sports and Social Club "
address=""
lat="50.7833415"
lng="-1.9811022"
tel="01202 885773"
email=""
website=""
type="Small Bore Range"
notes="Multiple clubs use this range."
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Re: Shooting Map of the UK

Postby AdamRoth » Tue Nov 29, 2016 7:08 pm

Linegeist wrote:Guys,

The ShootForum map of the UK is here - http://www.shootforum.com/forum/sfmap.html and Bob's been given the job of keeping it up to date.
The map attempts to show all gunsmiths, full bore ranges, small bore ranges, airgun clubs and clay grounds in the UK. I always purchase all of my bowpressesonline. All YOU need to do is post your links on this thread where he'll find them and put them on the map. :thup:

We've created an excellent resource here, thanks to you guys submitting links, but we'll need your help to continually add to this resource. After all, it only exists for your benefit and the benefit of other members :)

Kev.

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Message from the Forum Map Womble

INSTRUCTIONS FOR SUBMITTING LINKS


IMPORTANT!!!:
Submissions that are NOT in the exact format shown below have to be manually edited and laboriously teased by Bob in order to go into the editing software. For this reason, such entries will be flagged on the thread as incorrect and then, after a week, deleted. Sorry, but time constraints force this rule as manually checking every character on a week's worth of fresh submissions is like searching for fleas on a dog's gonglepooch. :hmm:
So, to correctly submit a new location to the map, please reply to this thread with a copy of the following:


      name="Name of location"
      address="123 Street, Area, Town, Postcode"
      lat="latitude for the map location"
      lng="-longitude for the map location" (don't forget any minus sign :thup: )
      tel="01234 567890"
      fax="01234 567890"
      email="bob@gunsmith.com"
      website="www.nameoflocation.co.uk"
      type="ONLY one of Gunsmith / Full Bore Range / Small Bore Range / Airgun Club / Shooting Agency or Clay Ground"
      notes="anything interesting you want to add - please keep it short, max 20 words"

Thus, for the hard of understanding (and Lee) ;) THIS is how your finished submission MUST look:-

name="Pete's Gunsmiths"
address="123 The Street, Dumptown, Moresex, AB12 3DE"
lat="52.1234567"
lng="-21.56789"
tel="01234 567890"
fax="01234 567890"
email="trigger@petesgunsmith.com"
website="www.petesgunsmith.com"
type="Gunsmith"
notes="Anything interesting you want to add - keep it very short, just a few words - max 20"


    NOTES:
    Lat and Lng fields:
    You can get this info from http://www.getlatlon.com/ if you have an address, or from http://www.nearby.org.uk/conversions.cgi if you have a postcode, grid reference or coordinate. It shows where your entry is located on a map of the UK.

    Type field
    This can be ONLY ONE of the following:
      "Gunsmith"
      "Full Bore Range"
      "Small Bore Range"
      "Airgun Club"
      "Shooting agency"
      "Clay Ground"

    Please don't make your own Type field up, because "Effing good place for slotting loadsa rabbits" or "Ace shooting hangout wiv great coffee!!!!!" might look good to you, but it really does futz with the gutz of the system in a big way, causes my hair to come out in handfuls and frightens my cat.

    The ampersand:
    Now this little sucker -> & <- is an utter and alien nightmare that is the equivalent of sugar in the petrol of the XML code the map runs on. Avoid at all costs. Use the word "and" like the Good Lord intended (but without the speech marks, natch') and we'll all be happy - including the grumpy ol' MapWomble .............. OK?

    Notes:
    Okay, I'm sure the owner is a really good mate of yours, and yes, he's almost certainly a really top bloke - but this still doesn't mean that his life story needs to reside on the shooting map database. Perhaps if you can't convince us all that this is a good place in just 20 words or less, then it might not be such a good place. If I want to read half a page of waffle, I'll head for Lee G's posts, agreed?

    Finally:
    Checking: Remember to check the map before submitting your latest entry, it may already be up there. Also, them ol' grid numbers ... see that second one? Well, does it have a little "-" sign in front of it? Cool! The map needs that little "-" sign to tell it where your mate's Clay Ground/Range/knocking Shop IS. Without that lil' ol' "-" the bleedin' location will most likely require scuba gear to visit it because my gaily coloured map marker'll be in the middle of the North bleedin' Sea playing with the ruddy sealions! :hmm: :grin:

    So, with a little bit of care from you guys, and a little bit of patience from me, and we'll all have a map to be proud of - and I'll still have hair. I'd call that a result! Capisce? ;)

    Bob. :)


Thanks for this post! very useful. I found this through google and wanted to create a username just to thank you lol
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Re: Shooting Map of the UK

Postby Airgun_Jon » Tue Mar 14, 2017 4:39 pm

name="Westbury Fieldsports"
address="Westbury Fieldsports and Phil Stokes Motorcycles, West End, Westbury, BA13 3JF"
lat="51.262520"
lng="-2.183996"
tel="01373 864648"
fax=""
email="plainstoker@hotmail.co.uk"
website="www.westburyfieldsports1.co.uk"
type="Gunsmith"
notes="Small but well stocked gun, clothing and accessory shop. Clay, game, pigeon, rough, air tifle. Cartridges, ammunition, clothing, boots, etc."
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