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Ladies Shooting Club

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The Ladies Shooting Club is the sister club of The Shotgun & Chelsea Bun Club and online resource for women shooters who want to progress, network and achieve success. Membership to the LSC is now closed and is via the S&CBC!

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About Ladies Shooting Club

If you’re an aspiring or improving female shooter, we want to help you as much as we can. Watch our inspiring and informative videos to help you get the most out of your sport.

When you first start out it can feel overwhelming. We get it. How do you even know what you need to learn? With anything new, it can feel like you’ve got a mountain to climb. We are here to equip you with all the knowledge and support you need to succeed.

We promise to do our absolute best to help you. Dig into our bite-sized videos which are aimed at plugging any knowledge gaps you might have. 

"There's a reason that ladies all around the UK (and abroad!) have embraced shooting over the past few years, and that's because Victoria is one of the most genuine people you will ever meet. Yes, she works bloody hard and continues to push the club in new and exciting directions, but it's her authenticity that I believe has been the key to her success.

Victoria's passion for shooting has helped inspire and nurture hundreds of women into the sport, giving them the confidence to try something new whilst having fun at the same time! In a sport that receives so much negative attention, it is vitally important that we support ambassadors such as Victoria who are instrumental in helping to safeguard shooting for the future."

Charlie Coups, Fieldsports Magazine

"Victoria has inspired a whole host of women and empowered them with shooting through the Shotgun & Chelsea Bun Club. The Bun Club ethos should be emulated wherever possible, instilling confidence in women and creating an inclusive, supportive and fun atmosphere is so important. Our love of the countryside brings us together but it is friendship and community that makes us strong."

Gemma Payne, Head of Marketing, The Game Fair

"The S&CBC opened doors for me. With the Club I tried everything from Olympic Trap to game shooting. I loved everything I tried, which has to be in part because of the company of wonderful supportive women."

- Elizabeth Cook, Cambridgeshire County Shooter
Starting out or going pro?

Check out our free resources:

The Role Of Shoot Staff On A Game Day

By fobasicinstall | January 9, 2018 | 0 Comments

From Gamekeepers to Game Dealers and everyone in between. There are an incredible hardworking people who make a game day come together. Running a game day takes military-like precision and organisation. There are key roles which Victoria covers in this video, using the example of a formal driven shoot. She talks about the following people and…

How She Did It: Danielle Brown

By fobasicinstall | January 9, 2018 | 2 Comments

Danielle Brown is our first inspirational lady clay shooter for our ‘How She Did It’ monthly interview. Each month we’ll be sharing an interview with a female clay or game shot who has risen up the ranks and are well on their way to achieving success. I hope you find Danielle as inspiring as I do…

When Your Confidence Is At An All Time Low

By fobasicinstall | January 9, 2018 | 0 Comments

We’ve all been there, our shooting confidence dipped so low that we don’t know where and how to start pulling it back up again. So, let’s talk about it because I’m sure nobody wants to be in that place. I’m sharing with you my insights based on personal experiences on how I was able to…

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