Monthly Archives: October 2018

Offensive Weapons Bill – Thank you

Grateful thanks to all NRA members and supporters who contacted their MP over the past few days – see the published list of those who are supported the campaign to stop the prohibition of .50″ calibre. The planned debate on the Bill has just been postponed – more to follow.   Please see this link

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European Long Range Target Rifle Championship Results

This weekend has seen the European Target Rifle community brave the elements on Stickledown to compete in the European Long Range Championships. While Saturday produced generally favourable conditions, this morning competitors were greeted with varying levels of  precipitation, from light drizzle to heavy monsoon!  The challenge in achieving a decent sight picture was tough on shooters,

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Target Shotgun Festival Results

Please find HERE the results from the recent Target Shotgun Festival. The weather proved a challenge on the day, and subsequently when trying to process the score cards, so well done to all those involved.   If you have any queries please email targetshotgun@nra.org.uk  

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URGENT – Offensive Weapons Bill Amendment

Despite recent assurances the Government has decided to proceed with the ban of .50” calibre rifles; this is a wholly unreasonable and unfounded attack on target shooting. The NRA with other shooting organisations suggested that more stringent storage requirements for these rifles would be a better option than banning them.  This is especially true given

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Historic Service Rifle – October Results

Well done to all that braved the less than helpful conditions yesterday! Please see HERE the results for the Historic Service Rifle Match from Saturday 6th October   If you have any queries over the scores please contact Mark Haigh (mark.haigh@nra.org.uk) before midday on Thursday 11th October.

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Range Managers Guide and Code of Practice for Safe Use

Please find attached the first edition of the NRA’s Range Managers Guide and Code of Practice. The publication of this guidance is in response to increasing technical enquiries received from our affiliated clubs who are in the privileged position of owning and / or operating their own range. Whilst the guide is not exhaustive, it

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Trade Fair at the Trafalgar 20th-21st Oct 2018

Trade Fair at the Trafalgar 20-21 October 2018 The Trafalgar meeting is a great event for those wishing to compete with classic or reproduction firearms. This Meeting is full of character, with competitors seen entering into the spirit of the event and some wearing appropriate clothing for the firearms used at the time. The guns

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