Ladies shooting clubs are seeing a massive increase in membership. Which is the right one for you to join?

Women’s shooting clubs are on the increase. The popularity of the sport has long been acknowledged in some Field circles. But finding friendly guidance has turned into a movement. Girls with guns are definitely doing it for themselves. Cooking the shoot lunch is enjoyable (a hungry team are simply the best recipients of kitchen labours as the popularity of our top 10 best pheasant recipes will attest) but why not take your place in the shooting line too?

These women’s shooting clubs cater for game and clay sport, for beginner’s to days in the field. So take your pick from the list below. Oh, and if you are looking for a gun to take with you to your ladies only day check out our gun reviews for the best over and under or side by side.


  1. Green Feathers One of the original women’s shooting clubs. Launched as a ladies’ course in 1995 at the Holland & Holland shooting school and still going strong 1,400 ladies later.
  2. The covert girls Founded by leading lady gun Claire Zambuni. This community for shooting showcases various functions. Go to
  3. The Really Wild Girls Club This women’s shooting club was founded by Natalie Lake. It is now best known for its clothing, found at
  4. Ladies Shooting Web page for lady guns with lots of links and info on all aspects of girls’ shooting. See what it has to offer at
  5. Just for Ladies Shooting Club Founded by Emma Pegler to organise game-shoots for ladies. Linked with GunsOnPegs website.
  6. The Shotgun & Chelsea Bun Club Founded by Victoria Knowles-Lacks to provide ladies-only shooting and homemade cakes. Go to
  7. Ripley Castle Shoot Lady Emma Ingilby’s Yorkshire shoot was among the first in the country to specialise in ladies-only pheasant days. Continues to be a market leader. Go to
  8. Fie’s Club Shooting agency with plenty of scope for ladies, founded by Fie Foghsgaard. Go to
  9. Country Sports South west Annette Cole has pulled together a number of ladies’ shooting clubs under one umbrella organisation. Groups include Devon and Somerset Lady’s Game Shooting; Cotswold and Wiltshire Lady Guns; BASC Somerset Lady Guns; BASC Devon Lady Guns; BASC Cornwall Lady Guns; and Dorset Game Birds. Contact: