LOCATED NEAR ROUNDWOOD, COUNTY WICKLOW

CELEBRATING 50 YEARS

1969 - 2019

Welcome to the web site of the East Coast Shooting Club. We are based in Roundwood, County Wicklow, about 45 minutes drive from Dublin. Members can use the site to keep up to date with the news and results of recent competitions. People interested in taking up shooting as a hobby  and joining can use this site to see what we do, what our facilities are like, and find out how to contact us to see our ranges. See the “about ECSC ” section for “how to  join” and the fees.

Latest News

NASRPC Irish Open event Prize Draw. Super prizes!

We have a much sought after  book of these tickets and they are being sold by our chairman Paul F. who is the best living example of how you can get lucky, not once but twice!!! He has twice won a rifle in this draw. He has been given the opportunity to share his luck […]

Inter Club Competition. Sunday 16th June 2024.

Today we held the first part of the Wicklow Shooting Clubs inter club competition. The photos below show how the good weather made everyone smile. Turn out was good and scoring was noticeably higher than in recent times. Maybe it was the good weather. Maybe it was in the inter club rivalry. Whatever it was, […]

East Coast Open Target Rifle Competition Sat 25 May 2024

East Coast Open Sat 25 May 2024 The East Coast Open Target Rifle Shoot was in a Previous incarnation the Fassaroe Rifle and Pistol Club perpetual trophy Shoot and was first competed for in 1976. It has been held each year since, with the exception of 2003 to 2009, when we were homeless and 20 […]

Pistol Competition Sunday 26th May 2024

Pistol Competition Report– Sunday 26th May 2024. The standard Multi Target format was used for this competition.30 shots in all giving a highest possible score of 300. OSBP–Red Dot sight. Name Total Emmanuel K 276.4 Sean McE 274.7 Rex C 261.7 Frank B 259.4 SBP Iron sights. Name Total Frank B 273.7 Trevor J 264.2 […]

Archery Competition Report – Sunday 26th May 2024

Archery Competition Report – Sunday 26th May 2024 A beautiful May morning brought the East Coast Archers out of the forest for a very enjoyable morning’s shooting and of course the monthly competition. The competition consisted of 5 rounds of 5 arrows each shot at 20 metres for a max possible score of 250 points. […]

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