Shooting Disciplines

  • Target Rifle

    Target Rifle (TR) is the NRA’s heritage and how the Association started

  • Gallery Rifle & Pistol

    Short and medium distances with various rifles and pistols using pistol caliber cartridges.

  • Target Shotgun

    Events that use of a shotgun for the purposes of competition, specifically excluding clay shooting.

Shooting Disciplines

The NRA Control, Recognise and Acknowledge many Disciplines – a competitive target shooting activity which have different features including calibre limits, type of firearm, course of fire, and range operating procedure. Each discipline has a Representative appointed by General Council charged with being the NRA ambassador for that type of shooting.

To get involved the NRA offers a multitude of training courses, from Probationary Training, to Disciplines specific skills training. For details of all the courses we offer, please visit our Online Booking Website

Clay Pigeon shooting, although controlled by the Clay Pigeon Shooting Association, is practiced at the NRA owned and run National Clay Shooting Centre – Bisley.


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COVID-19

Access to MoD ranges in the United Kingdom

Recent changes announced by Government and the Devolved Administrations have prompted questions about Covid-19 Policy on MoD ranges in the UK. We can confirm that there has been no change to Defence Policy and the supporting Covid-19 procedures for affiliated Clubs using MoD ranges. Club officials are reminded that range bookings should not exceed 30

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General News

General Council Elections 2021 – Results

Ordinary Members – election held –  NRA General Council Results 2021 Regional Members PR Coley – South Western RS Kenchington – West Midlands GAE Larcombe – Southern AN Gran – Greater London and South East MP Watkins – Wales Shooting Discipline Members JS Harris – Target Shotgun N St Aubyn – Civilian Service Rifle and

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COVID-19

Message to NRA Clubs that operate an indoor target shooting range – July 2021

The Government has announced that most legal restrictions to control the transmission of Covid-19 in England will be lifted on July 19th 2021.  This includes social distancing and restrictions on the size of gatherings. The Government has advised that individuals should still minimise the number, duration and proximity of social contacts. Government guidance is available

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