How to enquire.
Please fill out the enquiry form below.
The secretary will then send you details of how TRPC functions and an application form for you to complete and return.
If you are not already known to any of the club’s Full Members, you will need to provide two references. The referees can be anyone of good standing who has known you for at least two years, e.g. employer, friend, club official and who is not a member of your family.
Also please note that you must supply your name, date of birth and address in order for TRPC to reply to your enquiry. .
Membership is not open to any prohibited person.
Under Section 21 of the Firearms Act 1968, anyone:
1. who has been sentenced to preventative detention or imprisonment or corrective training or to be detained in a young offenders institution in Scotland for a term of three years or more is a prohibited person.
2. who has been sentenced to borstal training, to corrective training for less than three years or to imprisonment for a term of three months or more but less than three years, or who has been sentenced to be detained for such a term in a detention centre or in a young offenders institution in Scotland for the period of five years from the date of his release is a prohibited person for that period.
NOTE Teesside Rifle & Pistol Club takes the view that ‘sentenced’ includes a suspended sentence.
Teesside Rifle & Pistol Club
Home Office Approved Club CFP/10/1/7/4/1/2/1/2/3/72
National Rifle Association affiliated C1363