Club One-to-One Training at Bisley

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Club One-to-One Training on Bisley Rifle Ranges

We have successfully re-started firearms training at Bisley by NRA Instructors, and regularly reviewed and updated our COVID procedures.

The current National Shooting Centre (NSC) COVID guidance covering training and instruction can be found > Here

From 31st October 2020 NRA affiliated clubs will be permitted to deliver 1:1 training on Bisley ranges as long as their procedures etc. are fully compliant with NSC guidance. Please ensure you notify the range office in advance (when booking targets or by email) that you will be delivering 1:1 training, as NSC range safety staff are charged with ensuring club training is delivered in a COVID safe manner on Bisley ranges.

We look forward to seeing club probationary training, competency assessments and guest days returning to our ranges.

If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact the Range Office 01483 797777 extn 152

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