About

The first Imperial Meeting was contested on Wimbledon Common, in south-west London, in 1860 where Queen Victoria fired the first shot and gave a prize of £250 to the best individual marksman. Originally the Meeting was only available to Volunteers (regular and reserve military personnel) using the issued service rifle of the day.

Today the Imperial Meeting as an open competition with the aim to promote and encourage marksmanship throughout the Queen’s (or King’s) dominions, and has grown to include many different disciplines. The Target Rifle Meeting dominates the final week of competitions and culminates with the final of the Queen’s Prize, with the £250 prize still awarded to the winner.

There are a multitude of squadded, aggregate and team competitions for competitors to be involved in, over the 10 day Meeting.


Dates

The dates for the 152nd Target Rifle Imperial Meeting are:

Friday 16th – Saturday 24th July 2021

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 and Classifications can be found via this LINK


Awards

NRA medals and Trophies are presented to the top placed competitors in each event at Prizegiving following the completion of the Queen’s Final on the Saturday evening.