Learn to shoot

  • 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.

NRA Training

The NRA offers a multitude of training courses, from Probationary Training, to Disciplines specific training. The Association currently runs 4 different Discipline training courses(CSR, GR&P, TR and TS), but to get involved in any of our disciplines, please click on the link below and get in touch with the Discipline Rep who will be happy to help you get involved.

The NRA supports 12 different disciplines (types of shooting at different distances using different firearms).

Each discipline has a Discipline Rep appointed by General Council charged with being the NRA ambassador for that type of shooting.

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

Below is the list of NRA Training Courses and Disciplines promoted.


Latest news

General News

Use of Mod ranges in England during Covid-19 restrictions

Discussions with the MoD about the resumption of Club bookings on outdoor ranges are ongoing and positive. We hope to be in a position to publish a further update to members and affiliated Clubs at the end of October. In the interim, we thank members and affiliated Clubs for their patience and understanding.   Nic

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Team Announcement

GB Rifle Team to Canada & USA 2021

GBRT Canada USA 2021 team announcement

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COVID-19

NRA Affiliated Clubs that operate an indoor range during Covid-19 restrictions

The Government published new national guidance for England on 22nd September that clarifies the rules on gatherings of more than six people. From 24th September organised indoor sport can take place in larger numbers provided that groups of no more than six do not mix. Refer to 3.15 here https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/coronavirus-outbreak-faqs-what-you-can-and-cant-do/coronavirus-outbreak-faqs-what-you-can-and-cant-do   Clubs that operate an

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