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Air Rifle Range 30 metres outdoors 

Aim Small - Miss Small

Embark on the excitement of target shooting with CMADE Outdoors! Ideal for families, youngsters, and all skill levels, this sport bridges diverse backgrounds on a level playing field. Established in 2022, CMADE Outdoors provides a secure environment for all ages. Whether honing your skills or trying shooting for the first time, our military-trained range safety officers are at your service. Immerse yourself in an unparalleled shooting experience at our 30-meter outdoor range at Broad Close Farm Barnsley. Elevate your shooting passion with CMADE Outdoors.

We cater to all expertise levels, offering rifle hire and comprehensive tuition. Our knowledgeable instructors are here to guide both seasoned pros and complete beginners to success.

At CMADE Outdoors, we prioritise a safe and enjoyable environment for all. Discover the thrill of hitting targets in our expansive range, surrounded by the beauty of the South Yorkshire countryside.

Have your own rifle collection? come and shoot with us for just £5 per hour, per person.  Contact us at to check availability. 


Marksmanship Training 

                      Marksmanship Principles 

  1. The position and hold must be firm enough to support the rifle. A relaxed grip, utilizing the body's natural support, with angled elbows.

  2. The rifle must be held upright and pointed naturally at the target without undue physical effort. It should align with the body's bone structure, not relying on arm muscles.

  3. Sight alignment (aiming) must be correct. Ensure the foresight is centered within the rear sight aperture.

  4. The shot must be released and followed through without disturbing the position.

Marksmanship Training Room

Hi all, I have created this section of the website to share my knowledge of Marksmanship, hopefully it will be of benefit to someone out there.  The blog, as you will read on, you will find the knowledge is surprisingly similar to the marksmanship training from within the military.  All of the information found on this site is open source,  I have changed some of the wording to make it more familiar for those outside of the Army.  Starting with the principles of Marksmanship, these principles are the "bread and butter" of shooting accurately and consistency.  

Each principle should be broken down in detail and applied when taking each shot, these principles can and should be applied whilst shooting form all firing positions; Standing, Kneeling, Squatting, sitting and prone (laying down).  


Air Rifle Range Gallery

There may be no better way to communicate what we do than through images. As you browse our site, take a few moments to let your eyes linger here, and see if you can get a feel for our outdoor experiences.

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