About

This page contains static information about this yearly event. For full details and current updates please visit the specific event listing on our Online Booking Site

The Phoenix Meeting is a major highlight in the NRA’s competitions calendar.

There are competitions for Gallery Rifle and Pistol, Target Shotgun, F Class, Target Rifle, Classic and Historic, and McQueen shooters, spread across Bisley ranges from 10 to 1000 yards

Typically the following events are run, but please refer to the entry form for full details:

  • 25m Precision
  • 25m Timed
  • 50m Precision
  • 100 yards
  • 100/200 yards
  • 100/200/300 yards
  • 200/300 yards
  • 400/500/600 yards
  • 800/900/1000 yards
  • 1020
  • 1500
  • Advancing Target
  • America Match
  • Bianchi
  • Classic
  • Embassy Cup
  • Grand
  • Granet
  • IGRF Limited Bolt Action Match
  • Sporting Rifle Statics
  • Imperial Silhouet
  • McQueen
  • Mini McQueen
  • Multi-Target
  • Multi-Target 3
  • Phoenix A
  • Rapid Fire Pistol
  • Speed Steel Challenge
  • Surrenden
  • Timed & Precision One
  • Timed & Precision Two
  • Times & Precision Three
  • WA-48

Full details of the match conditions can be found in the Gallery Rifle & Pistol or Target Shotgun Handbooks


Dates

The dates for the 2021 Phoenix Meeting are:

Friday 28th – Sunday 30th May

Full details, and the ability to book your place can be found via the: Online Booking Website

Dates for the following year are typically published in October or November


Results

Historic Meeting results can be found via this LINK


Awards

NRA medals will be presented following the meeting to the top placed competitors in each event. The amount of medals presented depends on the amount of entries:

  • 2+ competitors – Gold medal awarded
  • 6+ competitors – Gold and Silver medals awarded
  • 11+ competitors – Gold, Silver and Bronze medals awarded

Prizegiving takes place on the Sunday after the conclusion of the Meeting.

Standards: Included in the results for most events is a column stating if the score you have achieved meets a certain Standard. These equate to points which collectively could see you awarded a Grand Master Medal. The boundaries for Standards can be found towards the back of the GR&P Handbook.