Built on its Name and Reputation
Mill Farm Lurgashall operates an Open Clay Shoot on the First Sunday of every month throughout the year.
The shoot started in 1971, a collection tenant farmers and game keepers got together and started a regular monthly clay shoot.
The shoot has continued ever since, building on its name and reputation.
Shoot starts at 10am with last entries
Number of stands are between
7 and 10 stands with a varied layout
each month over a large area
Please see Coronavirus Update Page
Dates for Open Sunday Shoots
Starts at 10am Last Entries 13.00pm
20th September 2020
4th October 2020
1st November 2020
6th December 2020
3rd January 2021
7th February 2021
7th March 2021
4th April 2021
2nd May 2021
6th June 2021
4th July 2021
1st August 2021
5th September 2021
Mill Farm is an Affiliated Site of the CPSA
A Safety Officer is on Site for the
duration of any shoot
All Footpaths and Public areas are Signed and Flagged during any Shoot -
All Safety Protcols are followed
Anyone involved in the shoot is briefed prior to any shoot taking part.
Trade members of BASC.
Licensed with the West Sussex Police who provide us with an Artificial Target Permit.
We reserve the right to exclude anyone
We expect all shooters to be aware of the safety of others whilst at a shoot, whether they are fellow sportsmen or members of the general public.
Ear protection, eye protection are required and ideally a hat or similar to prevent fragments of broken clays causing injury, anyone not wearing appropriate safety equipment is doing so at their own risk. Dress Code - appropriate clothing and footwear as conditions may change during the shoot
We expect all shooters to be covered by their own insurance.
Fibre wads only
Cartridges are available to
410, 28, 20 and 12 gauge.
A Licence must be produced if purchasing cartridges.
Semi Auto's must not be loaded with more than Two cartridges
at a time.
When not shooting they must be flagged or have a breech clip.
SECTION 21 DISCLAIMER
It is an offence for someone who is prohibited by Section 21 of the Firearms Act 1968 to have a firearm or ammunition in his or her possession at any time. Section 21 applies to anybody who has been sentenced to imprisonment or to youth custody or detention in a young offenders’ institution for three months or more. The period for which they are prohibited depends on the length of their sentence, if the sentence was longer than three years the prohibition is for life. If the sentence was three months or more but less than three years, the prohibition lasts for five years from the date of their release. It is an offence for a person to transfer, let or hire, give or lend a firearm or ammunition to someone whom he/she knows has reasonable grounds for believing to be prohibited by Section 21.