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The Easter Shoot  

A brilliant weekend's shooting and a chance for that perfect Easter break for the whole family in the beautiful Isle of Man.  Everything you need is on these pages.

The 50m Rifle events take place on the fabulous Sinclair Range, fully equipped with Sius electronic targets and delivering probably the best shooting experience in the country.  For 2024, following the pattern of the last two years, cartridge pistol shooting will be organised separately.  The main site (this site) is focused on 50m Rifle and Air Rifle & Pistol which will also take place at the Sinclair Range.

Come on over and try it for yourself, and don't forget the family. Easter can be a superb time to explore the Isle of Man.  All the links you need to turn the trip into a wonderful family holiday are on the Travel & Accommodation page.


For further information
and address for entries:

Isle of Man Easter Shoot
25 Glen Vine Park
Isle of Man

Email:  easter@isleofmanshooting.com
Phone:  07624 231356 / +44 7624 231356

Entries close:
Friday 22nd March 2024
Temporary permit applications close:
Monday 26th February 2024

Important:  Temporary Visitors' Firearms Permits
The Isle of Man is not part of the United Kingdom.  It is a separate jurisdiction with its own legal system. Airguns are regulated as well as cartridge rifles and pistols.  Manx firearms law still permits the holding of cartridge pistols. Visitors to the Island require temporary permits for all guns and cartridge ammunition, including air rifles and air pistols.  Click on Permits in the main menu for details.

Before sending your stuff off... double check that everything is included!
Before sending your entry off please just check that all the paperwork needed is in the envelope. It should comprise -

  • completed entry form(s)

  • temporary firearm / airgun permit applications & copy of FACs

  • travel notification form

  • and full entry fees (cheques made payable to Isle of Man Easter Shoot)

These should all be sent to the organisers at
the address above.

If you are travelling by sea...
Check that you have also completed -

  • Declaration for the carriage of firearms and/or regulated weapons

  • (If carrying ammunition) IMO dangerous goods form

These should be sent to the ferry operator at least 48 hours before travel.

Details of all of these documents and how to complete them are given in the respective menu sections of the site.
As always, if in doubt about anything, drop us an email or give us a call.  Contact details are above.

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