The West London Shooting School, established in 1901, has history, great facilities and dedication to excellence. It is located off the A40 within the M25 and is accessible by road, tube, train, and air. The ground’s “bloodline” may be traced back to the great Percy Stanbury. You can take a lesson there with his former apprentice Alan Rose and feel a direct connection. Alan’s style is a memorial to his old master. Gunfitting or private tuition costs £106 per hour (excluding clays and cartridges), ladies are
charged £95, and under 18s £89. West London is pre-eminent in simulating game-shooting with high towers and good grouse butts. There is a rifle range and a well-stocked gunshop. West London is more than a great shooting school, it is an institution.

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WLSS:  Sharvel Lane, West End Road, Northolt, Middlesex UB5 6RA

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