Founded 1909

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The Club opened its first range, near the Village Hall, in 1909, so recording a long association with the Chobham community. It moved to its current location in 1927 with the help of local craftsmen who volunteered their labour to construct the present clubhouse and range. Whilst the origins of the Club are firmly established in small-bore (.22") rifle shooting and have historical links with the 'Home Guard' - today members can also enjoy a variety of other shooting disciplines as well including .177" air rifle & air pistol and sporting rifle disciplines at the facilities in Chobham.

The Bisley shooting complex near Brookwood, Surrey is only a short distance away housing the National Shooting Centre with the country's largest complex of civilian shooting ranges. A set of international ranges was built to hold the shooting disciplines for the Commonwealth Games in 2002. It is also the home of the National Rifle Association, National Small-bore Rifle Association and Clay Pigeon Association. Chobham Rifle Club members have opportunities to shoot full-bore and shotgun disciplines on the Bisley ranges.

In 2022 Addlestone Rifle Club was incorporated into Chobham & District Rifle Club. Addlestone had enjoyed a long association with Chobham Rifle Club having used the Chobham ranges on a Thursday for many years. A short History of Addlestone Rifle club is here.

We celebrated club's centenary in 2009.
We are still looking for any information about the club of a historical nature. 

Here is the 75th Anniversary photo from 1984

Here is the centenary photo from 2009

If you have been a member for some time check out your loft and old photo albums for relevant information - nothing is too insignificant! Also if you have friends or family who have been connected with the club ask them too.