After over 60 years of instructing at West London Shooting School, Alan Rose has served his last Game Season and retired.
On behalf of everyone at West London Shooting School, we would like to thank Alan for his many years of service at the Shooting School.
West London Shooting School is proud of our superb team of shooting instructors with over 200 years of teaching experience between them. All are APSI qualified and have extensive experience in the field.
With a wealth of experience in both game and clay shooting and a member of the GB Police Team over many years, Mark’s calm professionalism and leadership skills help drive the continuing success of the school. He is also one of our gun-fitting team.
Paul has a background as a professional deer manager and ghillie on one of the royal estates and consequently is both DSC 1 and 2 qualified. He is an outstanding shotgun and rifle shooter, Paul has also trained many gun dogs, both for himself and others. He is also a APSI trained instructor.
Having previously represented GB in Olympic Trap, Chris now spends as much time game shooting as he does competitive clays. His experience and skills are evident and he has earnt himself a reputation for getting the best shooting out his clients.
A keen game and competition shot (GB Police Team) he is an experienced instructor in the field and a gun dog enthusiast. In earlier years, Richard was awarded Greater London County Champion in FITASC, Sportrap and Skeet. A frequent host of corporate parties as well as taking individual lessons.
One of the best clay-shots ever and unbeatable in his day. A lightning-quick style of shooting has led to numerous wins including the World, British and English championships. He has been teaching at West London for over 10 years and he is an accomplished at teaching game shooting as he is the clays. He is renowned for his entertaining shooting tricks which demonstrate his skills and accuracy.
Paul has shot clays and game for many years. A keen game shot and a competitive shooter with the police team, he uses his experience and knowledge to put shooters on track whatever the intended quarry or target. Paul is also a regular coaching young people on the Young Shots days here at the school.
Owen embarked upon his shooting career at the age of 11 and went on to represent Team GB in two disciplines. Owen is also an impeccable game shot. His passion for shooting does not end there, and he has forged a successful career in the gun making trade, currently working for James Purdey & Sons, arguably the finest gun makers in the World. Owen is a consummate professional which he blends with a calm and relaxed approach to his instruction.
Roger is a very experienced game and clay shot. He has represented his county at both sporting and DTL and visited many of the countries prestigious game shoots. His ability to instruct methodically and calmly produces impressive results.
Bernard is a third generation keeper and has been the Head Keeper of three well known estates. On reaching retirement age, he handed over the Head Keepers reins to his son, Richard. His other son, also named Bernard, is now the Head Keeper on a renowned Yorkshire grouse moor. He therefore has a vast experience of shooting from every dimension, and is a very experienced driven game
and pigeon shooter.
Chris has a wide range of game shooting experience from driven boar to dove shooting in Argentina to plains game in Africa. He is no novice to clay shooting, having shot on his fathers clay ground since he was 16. He is known for his sense of humour and relaxed style of coaching which has kept him with regular customers.
Roger is a keen game and clay shot and has represented GB fire Service at home and abroad, winning Gold and Bronze in Barcelona. He is now a member of the GB Talent Pathway coaching young shots for Olympic shotgun disciplines. As a fellow of APSI and with 28 years of coaching experience in both game and clay, his relaxed approach puts his clients at ease to get the best out of their shooting.