Air Rifle and pistol shooting experiences in Sussex

In General, Shooting, Uncategorised by Garry Janes4 Comments

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As we begin 2015 we’ve updated our shooting page to show you some of the awesome guns on offer for you to experience.

Check out our shooting page to view the pictures.

In the next few days we’ll be adding a full low down on the history and description of each the guns.

Only £65 for 2 hours of tuition, including targets, ammunition, and great fun, Our special weapons experience includes all the guns we have to offer.


  1. Hi, my husband served in the army and is looking to shoot again but wants to use large calibre?? Is this something you do?

    Thanks in anticipation

    1. Author

      Hi Alison,

      Unfortunately not.
      The law change quite some time ago regarding centre fire and rim fire pistols, and it’s now unlawful to shoot/own them here in the UK. You can however shoot large caliber rifle at designated ranges around the UK (but not .50cal), possibly Bisley ranges are your nearest one in Surrey. You would have to keep an eye out for their open days when you can just turn up and shoot.
      If you’re prepared to travel, then your nearest pistol ranges for large caliber would be Prague! (where you can shoot almost anything at a price!) or Jersey for the smaller .22, .38 pistols.
      Here at Go Wild we offer a great experience, where you can shoot a range of pistols, sniper rifle, semi auto rifles, fully automatic assault rifles and a general purpose machine gun, but they are all either air, electric or gas operated. They are great fun, but not the real thing!

      Kindest regards,


  2. I booked this for my partner who had shot at Cambridge whilst doing his degree. He thoroughly enjoyed the experience and would thoroughly recommend it to anyone. Thanks Garry for a great experience.

  3. My partner and I had a great afternoon. We both had not even been near guns before let alone fire one. It was a fantastic experience and one I would recommend.

    Thanks Garry and family.

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