Bisley Rifle Ranges Open on Monday 11 July 2022

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Bisley Rifle Ranges Open on Monday 11 July 2022

 

Following discussions with MoD Pirbright and the fire service I can confirm that all Bisley rifle ranges will re-open on Monday 11 July.

The ranges largely escaped fire damage; replacements for the cremated Stickledown target number boards have already been delivered and will be installed by Sunday.

Please Note:-

  • The Schools Meeting will start as planned on Monday 11 July;
  • Non-Imperial Match rifle competitions are being scheduled Monday 11 to Wednesday 13 July; further details will be emailed to MR competitors; and
  • Non-Imperial F class competitions are being considered Monday 11 to Wednesday 13 July; further details will be emailed to F class competitors.
  • Sporting Rifle events due to take place on Saturday 9 and Sunday 10 July have been cancelled. The remaining Sporting Rifle Programme will continue from Thursday 14 July

All other Imperial Meeting competitions will run as scheduled.

Please note that although much of the range danger area is burnt out the risk of fire stoppages remains.

 

Andrew Mercer

NRA Secretary General

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