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Q. Where is Legends located?

A. 120-124 Nantwich Rd, Crewe, Cheshire, CW2 6AT.

     We're on the same side of the road as Crewe Railway Station. The building has 3x bay windows and is coloured beige.

Q. What are Legends opening days and times?

A. Wednesdays: 1pm - 8pm. Midweek days can sometimes be variable.

Saturdays: 10am - 3pm

Sundays: 10am - 3pm.

Q. Do you need to be a member to shoot at Legends?

A. NO - Non-members (visitors) are welcome. 

Q. How much does it cost to shoot at Legends?

A. Our prices are:

Aged 14 and above - £22 per hour

Aged 8-13 - £16 per hour

This includes: unlimited access to all our legendary guns (subject to availability) and unlimited ammunition.

Q. What payment methods do you accept?

A. Cash or card payments are both accepted.

Q. Is ID required to shoot at Legends?

A. No

Q. Do I need to book to use the shooting ranges at Legends?

A. Yes, please book via the 'Book Now' tab at the top of the page.

Q. How old do you have to be to shoot at Legends?

A. Anybody aged 18 years and over can shoot by themselves, with no supervision, and can own their own airgun.

People aged 14-17 can borrow an airgun and shoot it on private premises without supervision. At Legends, they would need to be supervised by a responsible adult, at least for a few sessions until they are deemed to be competent and safe to shoot unsupervised.

People aged 8-14 can borrow an airgun and shoot it on private premises with supervision from a responsible adult who must be at least 21 years old.

Q. Do you need to be an experienced shooter to shoot at Legends?

A. No - we have lots of people who come and have never shot before. It only takes a few minutes to teach you enough to be having fun and hitting targets.

Access to our ranges:


Available to anyone (See Section 21 notice) 18 years old and above and at the discretion of Legends Shooting Range Staff and Range Officer.

They are also available to shooters under the age of 18, but only when closely supervised by somebody who is 21 years old and above. The supervising adult is legally responsible for the actions of the junior shooter.

ALL range users must:

Sign Firearms Section 21 disclaimer.


​What's a Section 21 Disclaimer?

SECTION 21 DISCLAIMER. It is an offence for someone who is prohibited by Section 21 of the Firearms Act 1968 to have a firearm or ammunition in his or her possession at any time. Section 21 applies to anybody who has been sentenced to imprisonment or to youth custody or detention in a young offenders’ institution for three years or more.

All range users must provide:

2 forms of ID.

1x Photo ID.

1x ID with current address.