• Guests must be accompanied by a member.
  • You should brief your guest on simple range etiquette, including inappropriate attire for example camouflage clothing and soccer shirts are not to be worn at the range.
  • If possible, guests should be briefed on basic range safety before their visit.
  • You need to provide details of your guest, such as name, address and date of birth and the date of the proposed visit.
  • Your guest on arrival will need to produce ID, sign the guest attendance sheet, pay the £25 fee and take part in a safe firearms handling briefing in our training room, only then will they be taken on to the range under the supervision of a range officer.
  • Guests must use club guns and ammo, this is a mandatory PSNI requirement under no circumstances can a guest use a members firearm or ammunition.


Without doubt we are the fastest growing club by membership numbers and range facilities, among our membership we have citizens from, China, Denmark, England, Germany, Greece, Hungary, India, Lithuania, Philippines, Poland, Republic of Ireland, Scotland, South Africa, USA and Venezuela.

Based at a great location the Buskhill Road is six miles south of Banbridge and six miles north of Newry and directly off the main A1 dual carriageway which is the main road from Belfast to Dublin. Overseas guests travelling via Belfast International, Belfast City or Dublin International airports will be pleased to arrive at the ranges after what should be no more than a fifty minute drive.

In addition to the NITSA Ranges our membership also have access free of charge to the following indoor ranges; The Ards & Bangor Club on the Hamilton Road in Bangor Co. Down, this council operated 25metre range (4 firing points) is available on Sundays between 3pm and 6pm (except for the 2nd Sunday of each month), the International Target Shooters 25metre range (7 firing points) on the Largy Road Crumlin Co. Antrim is available Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings from 7pm -9pm.

The association is affiliated to the UK National Rifle Association (NRA) and the Northern Ireland regions of the WA1500 and IPSC.