We are delighted to be open and, for the safety of clients & staff, are following government guidelines with social distancing and increased sanitising measures. We are therefore offering a limited service to certificate holders only, however as guidance changes we will adapt and more services will become available.
In the meantime you can see all availability and book in online below. We look forward to seeing you soon.
With two of the finest award-winning clay pigeon shooting grounds in Britain, industry-leading instructors and outstanding facilities, every level of shooter is welcome. Call us to book yourself in and see how much difference instruction can make to your shooting.
Bisley Pay & Play, Long Siberia (Surrey): 01483487570
Bisley at Braidwood (Scottish Borders): 01835870280
After spending 35 years in the motor trade Steve decided to follow his passion and become a shooting instructor. He started shooting with his father at the age of 10 using a bolt action .410, and was immediately hooked on the sport. In his teens he worked at a local clay club as a trapper, at weekends and in the school holidays.
Later he taught his eldest daughter to shoot and found he had a great aptitude for coaching, so in 2016 completed various CPSA courses and also qualified with the Association of Professional Shooting Instructors (APSI), and was accepted as an associate member. Not long after he started working with us here at Bisley Shooting Ground.
Previously Steve owned his own garage selling sports and prestige cars and before this worked for Mercedes Benz for many years. He still has a great interest in cars and motorcycles and very much enjoys off road riding on the green lanes in Surrey and Hampshire.
Tony is an APSI qualified Instructor who has been shooting for over 30 years and instructing for 20 years. Tony started in the shooting world as a boy on the beating line and trapping on local clay grounds. Tony has competed and represented England county in the sporting disciplines. Amongst his career highlights Tony has been crowned county champion in Sporting, FITASC compact and Sportrap and has competed nationally. Tony is passionate about sporting shooting and is a leading instructor in all sporting disciplines. Shooting clays and game is his passion and occupation.
2020 Tony has recently, once again, been crowned the Surrey County champion in Compact.
Martin first started clay shooting in 1984 after he left HM Armed Forces and won a World Gold Medal, shooting for team GB in 2014. Martin has also won several awards at County level. Martin is a multi-disciplined clay shooter, shooting Sporting, FITASC, Compaq and Skeet, who also enjoys coaching in the field.
Martin decided to turn his passion for shooting into his profession and became a shooting instructor for several years before joining Bisley Shooting Ground in 2016.
His previous career spanned from HM Armed Services where he qualified as a small-arms instructor and a member of the Army Shooting Team, winning national prizes at Bisley, to corporate sales for Mercedes Benz.
Coming from rural Cambridge Martin spent his leave periods working with a Game Keeper where he developed a keen interest in Game Shooting. He has also coached in the field at a number of estates.
Martin’s greatest achievement as a coach was to take a novice junior shooter and coaching them to winning a Junior European Gold Medal.
Martin is a full member of the Association of Professional Shooting Instructors and when not instructing he continues to shoot competitively and for his own enjoyment.
John started shooting shotguns and also fly fishing at the age of 10. He was lucky enough to be allowed to shoot and fish at school, this was when it was ok for pupils to take a gun to school!
John’s career has passed through many different areas including Hotel Management, Engineering and finally into Software where he was Assistant Vice President for an American Software company. After retiring from the software industry John decided to share his passion for shooting and fishing by becoming a freelance instructor in both. John is a member of the Association of Professional Shooting Instructors and has been working as a freelance instructor at Bisley since 2006.
John’s past interests have included flying helicopters and Kart Racing, however when he is not instructing at Bisley he can now generally be found on a chalk stream somewhere!
Christine worked as a Civil Servant for 20 years then decided that being cooped up in an office was not for her! After completing her LANTRA coaching and loading qualifications Christine coaches as a freelance instructor for 8 years whilst also shooting competitively, becoming Sussex Ladies Champion in 2009 whilst pregnant with her daughter. She continues to represent Sussex shooting on a regular basis.
Partner of a Shepherd and daughter of a farmer Christine has spent many years beating, picking up, being a shoot captain and now loading and coaching for clients on the peg in the game season. She is never happier than being stood under partridges and pheasants and getting immense satisfaction helping her clients bring down that bird of the day!
Christine is a passionate instructor, however when not coaching clients she can be seen travelling up and down the country around Europe and the world competing in major championships.
Introducing new shooters to the sport of clay shooting, giving advice for competitive clay and game shooting and coaching and mentoring are hugely important parts of instructing for Christine. She looks forward to helping you improve at Bisley Shooting Ground.
Roger has been a keen shot since the age of ten when his uncle taught him to shoot on his farm in Oxford.
He joined the Met. Police Force in the early 70’s where he remained for thirty years till his retirement. Whilst in the Police Roger was introduced to clay pigeon shooting and represented the Force in competitions throughout the country.
Since leaving the Force he has maintained his ties, shooting as a retired officer. He was selected for and still remains in the Police Service UK team. He has shot both Nationally and Internationally for the Police.
He still remains an avid game shot during the shooting season and is a member of the Association of Professional Shooting Instructors. Roger hugely enjoys instructing all levels of experience.
Peter Wilson MBE – GB Olympic Gold Medallist 2012