The Club is an affiliate of the London and Middlesex Rifle Association and can use its extensive club house at Bisley Camp. This includes a full bar, two restaurants, bedrooms for overnight stays and limited secure storage. Membership of the LMRA gives SERC members associate rights, but many SERC members choose to join the L&M (as it is also known) as well. The L&M also runs St Georges Lodge which provides motel-style accommodation with twin queen-sized beds and private bathrooms.

Map of the facilities at Bisley associated with the Stock Exchange Rifle Club.

The National Rifle Association is the governing sports body of all but small-bore shooting in the UK, and the National Small-bore Rifle Association is the governing body for small bore rifle and air pistol and air rifle shooting. The NSRA runs an enormous indoor range complex, the Lord Roberts Centre, built for the (Manchester) Commonwealth Games, with electronic targets for air pistol, air rifle and .22 rifle, from 6 yards to 50 metres. The Stock Exchange Rifle Club is a frequent user of these facilities and organised shoots throughout the year.

The Stock Exchange Rifle Club is an affiliate of both the NRA and NSRA and members can and do participate in competitions organised by these bodies, or organised under their auspices. SERC members who join the NRA as individual members will earn the SERC a GBP10 refund of the club’s affiliation fees, so please tell them that you are a SERC member!

Over the years as participation in shooting sports has gently declined, and the value of land has increased, many shooting ranges have closed, and the clubs that shot there have had to move. Several such clubs have come to share the facilities of the Stock Exchange Rifle Club. These include the Civilian Officers of the Metropolitan Police RC, the Civil Service RC and the University of London Rifle Club.