With 15 Rio 2016 quota places up for grabs, the GB shooters will be going all-out to impress at this event, which is the inaugural edition of the European Games.
The shooters heading to Baku 2015 are:
Abbey Ling (28, from Somerset)
Abbey is the first woman to be crowned British champion three years in a row.
Charlotte Kerwood (28, from Fletching, East Sussex)
Charlotte is a four-time Commenwealth Games gold medallist and has competed at the Olympic Games twice. You can follow her on Twitter: @charkerwood
Ed Ling (32, from Wellington, Somerset)
Ed was a silver medallist at the 2014 World Championships
Brad Davis (29, from Guildford)
Brad won a silver medal at the 2014 British Championships
Elena Allen (42, from Newport)
Elena was a silver medallist in the individual Skeet event at the 2014 World Championships
Amber Hill (17, from Bracknell)
The youngest member of the GB shooting team heading to Baku, Amber was a gold medallist at the 2014 World Championships in the team Skeet event. You can follow her on Twitter: @Amberjohill.
Jeremy Bird (25, from Hartlepool)
Jeremy came in seventh at the 2014 World Championships in Men’s Skeet.
Mike Gilligan (25, from Derby)
Mike Gill is a two-time British champion in Men’s Skeet (2010 and 2013). Follow him on Twitter: @mikegill89
Men’s Double Trap
Steve Scott (30, from Battle, East Sussex)
Steve was the Double Trap gold medallist at the 2014 Commonwealth Games. You can follow him on Twitter: @ssshooting
Tim Kneale (32, from Ramsey, Cambridgeshire)
Tim is the current Men’s Double Trap world record holder.
(34, from Banchory, Aberdeenshire)
John competed in both the Beijing Olympics in 2008 and the London Olympics in 2012.
Women’s 50m 3p and 10m Air Rifle
Jen McIntosh (23, from Falkirk)
Jen is a four-time Commonwealth Games gold medallist. You can follow her on Twitter: @JenMac600