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NRA Cheylesmore (Services Falling Plates Match) - RESULT

Canada retain the Cheylesmore Trophy!

A record 14 teams from 5 countries took part in a thrilling Falling Plates match at Pirbright, competing for the NRA Cheylesmore Trophy.

Teams from the British Army and Reserves, Canada Regular and Reserves, the Falkland Islands, the Sultan of Oman's Armed Forces and the United States National Guard showed their fitness and marksmanship in a highly competitive match.

The first semi-final saw Oman 2 take on Oman 3, with Oman 2 progressing to the final by a single plate and in a time of 22.13 secs.

The second semi-final had Canada 1 against Army 1, with both teams under 22 secs but the narrow victory going to Canada.

That made for a repeat of the 2015 final and the same result, with Canada 1 winning from Oman 2 and dropping the plates in the fastest time of the match - 20.78 secs.

Updated: 24-Jun-16 (Original posting: 24-Jun-16)
NRA/ARA Adaptive Championships 2016 - Results

The weather did not deter the good spirit and camaraderie on Melville on 23 June at the joint NRA/ARA Adaptive Championships run for serving and veteran disabled shooters.

This match coincides with the Tri-Service Queen's Medal Finals and General Sir Nick Carter took the opportunity to meet the competitors and event team on the range.

Congratulations to all who took part and we look forward to running this event next year.

Overall winners of Adaptive Championship 2016

1 Olaf Jones - 343.45v

2 Robert Osborn - 340.35v

3 David Abrutat - 336.30v

To download the Prizewinners' Results Click here



Updated: 24-Jun-16 (Original posting: 24-Jun-16)
Kent County Rifle Association Open meeting Results - 12 June 2016

To download and view the the results from the 2016 KCRA Open meeting held at Bisley on 12 June please click here

Updated: 22-Jun-16 (Original posting: 22-Jun-16)
Inter Counties 2016 - RESULTS

RESULTS: Please note - the stats have now been finalised and there is a revision to the NRA Long Range Match prizelist:

The NRA Long Range Match

1 Surrey 1153.102v

2 Hampshire 1147.122v

3 London 1144.120v

4 Norfolk 1143.97v

In a repeat of 2015, Surrey produced a consistent performance across the weekend to retain the Inter-Counties Championship, taking the 2016 title by a margin of 12 points from London.

Surrey's total score of 2343.280v was 35 points lower than their record score in 2015, but still sufficient to hold the strong London team who finished with 2331.270v.

To download the Results for The Lt Col H Jones Click here

To download The NRA Long Range Match Results Click here

To download the NRA Inter-Counties Challenge Trophy Results, awarded to the team whose scores in Matches 2 and 3 make up the highest Aggregate Click here

To download The R Jarvis Match Results Click here

Updated: 24-Jun-16 (Original posting: 19-Jun-16)
Inter Counties Short Range - Lt Col H Jones VC Memorial
Congratulations to Surrey for retaining the Lt Col H Jones VC Memorial Trophy (Inter Counties Short Range), but with just 14 points separating the top 10 counties at the half way stage, there is still much to play for before the Long Range Match starts this morning on Stickledown.

Results for the Lt Col H Jones VC Memorial Trophy:

1 Surrey 1190.178v

2 London 1187.150v

3 Gloucestershire 1184.151v

4 Norfolk 1183.160v

5 Surrey 'B' 1182.128v

6 Hertfordshire 1181.154v

7 Sussex 1180.142v

8 Hampshire 1179.142v

9 Northants, Leics, Rutland 1178.148v

10 County of Lancaster 1176.144v

11 Kent 1170.133v

12 Berkshire 1169.138v

13 Somerset 1169.131v

14 Lincolnshire 1165.126v

15 Middlesex 1165.126v

16 Nottinghamshire 1164.122v

17 Yorkshire 1162.125v

18 Cheshire 1162.122v

19 Suffolk 1162.117v

20 Essex 1160.118v

21 Devon 1155.124v

22 Cornwall 1152.98v

23 West of Scotland 1150.108v

24 Cambridgeshire 1140.96v Full results to follow

Updated: 19-Jun-16 (Original posting: 19-Jun-16)
R Jarvis 2016 - TOP RESULTS
The R Jarvis was shot by 149 competitors in generally good if somewhat cool conditions.

The wind was light to moderate and fairly constant, resulting in some excellent scores.

There were 13 scores of 105, 29 scores of 104, 29 scores of 103 and 24 scores of 102.

Congratulations to all who took part.

The top results are:

The Challenge Trophy and Gold Medal

Mr S Belither Essex 105.19v (tie 25.4v)

Silver Medal

Mr P Patel Surrey 105.19v (tie 24.4v)

Bronze Medal

Mr RSF Shouler Nottinghamshire 105.18v

Winner Under 25 Trophy:

Mr P Lanigan 104.12v

Winner Under 23 Trophy:

Mr M Purdy 105.12v

Full results to follow.

Updated: 19-Jun-16 (Original posting: 18-Jun-16)
MR/TR/F Class online entries close 1700 hrs - Monday 27 June



The next Imperial Meeting will be contested from 23 June to 23 July 2016.

MR/TR/F Class online entries close 1700 hrs on Monday 27 June

Entries for the various meetings are available here.



Updated: 24-Jun-16 (Original posting: 14-Jun-16)
Inter Counties Entry Deadline Extended
The Inter Counties entry deadline has been extended to 09.00 Tue 14 June to allow teams the opportunity to make their final selections this weekend.

Updated: 10-Jun-16 (Original posting: 10-Jun-16)
Fire with Movement - Civilian Gun Clubs Using MoD Ranges.

The National Rifle Association Civilian Service Rifle and Practical Rifle disciplines are recognised target shooting sports. Matches consist of rifle shooting practices that are designed to test marksmanship skills in a variety of positions in conditions designed to put mental and physical demands on the ability of the competitor to hit the target. The sport has an excellent safety record and has been shot on many MoD Ranges since the late 1970s.

The MoDs Defence Ranges Safety Committee Working Group have decided to formally prohibit the practice of civilian gun clubs firing practices involving "fire with movement" on MoD ranges. This restriction does not apply to Bisley or other private ranges.

The NRA defines "fire with movement" as: "Any movement away from a firing point with a rifle made ready".

Under this definition movement between firing points with a rifle made ready (i.e. loaded, with a round in the chamber and safety catch applied) is prohibited. Movement between firing points with a rifle not made ready is permitted. This eliminates the risk of a rifle functioning if dropped.

If you have any queries please contact Iain Robertson (Safety, Legal and Technical Services) at the NRA.

Updated: 06-Jun-16 (Original posting: 06-Jun-16)
Phoenix Meeting 2016 - Final Results

A very successful and exciting Phoenix Meeting was enjoyed by 523 competitors at Bisley over the weekend of 27-29 May 2016. A total of 3339 cards were shot, the second highest number of event entries to date.

Congratulations to all those placed and who beat their PBs.

To download the Final Results Click here

To download the Prizelist Click here

Deadline for challenges has now passed.

Updated: 10-Jun-16 (Original posting: 02-Jun-16)
Imperial Meeting Update

If you have not yet entered the NRA's 147th Imperial Meeting then please don't wait as the early bird discount of 10% expires at midnight on the 31st May.

Click here to enter

Updated: 23-May-16 (Original posting: 23-May-16)
Michael Davis

We are very sorry to inform you that Michael Davis has passed away.

Michael was a stalwart of our match rifle fraternity, Vice President of the English Eight Club, Co President of the Stickledown Club among other appointments and gave huge support to our sport which he enjoyed since Oxford.

He took great interest in the results and achievements of match rifle teams, only recently arranging champagne for the GB Woomera team following their victory in Tasmania.

His lively sense of humour will be missed, as will the familiar sight of him with Green Jim, his pet parrot, perched on his shoulder and with his fireman?s helmet on, setting light to the rocket signalling commencement of proceedings on Stickledown day.



Updated: 19-May-16 (Original posting: 18-May-16)
British 300m Championship Results - 14 & 15 May 2016
Please Click here to download the final results from the 2016 British 300m Championships, held at Bisley on 14 and 15 May.

Updated: 18-May-16 (Original posting: 18-May-16)
Altcar Short Range Match - Sun 15 May RESULTS
Competitors from the north west and further afield enjoyed a challenging 5-stage Match at Altcar Ranges on Sunday 15 May, shooting standing, sitting, kneeling and prone from 100 - 300 yds.

This followed a Marksmanship Course on Saturday 14 May, with all but one of the 12 course attendees competing on Sunday. This provided a healthy mix of experienced and novice shooters, with lots of advice and guidance on offer.

With a moderate north-easterly breeze but otherwise good shooting conditions, competitors in four classes took part, the youngest being Ilya Kosogorin who at 14 years performed very well indeed and bodes well for the future.

The results were:

HISTORIC

Winner Martin Sheppard 88

IRON SIGHT

Winner Antonio Savidas 98

PRACTICAL OPTIC

Winner Nick Stirrup 239
Runner-Up Mark Eustance 228

SERVICE OPTIC

Winner Kathryn Snow 229
Runner-Up Duncan McIlwaine 217

To download the Full Results Click here



Updated: 18-May-16 (Original posting: 15-May-16)
CSR Urban Contact Match - 8 May 2016 - RESULTS

The Urban Contact Match is a highly popular though frustrating event, which requires firers to shoot at targets from 100 yds down to 25 yds from various positions, with brief target exposures and tight scoring rings. The match is shot twice during the CSR Winter League and once during the Imperial, but practicing is tough as ranges such as the one required to stage the event are not available elsewhere.

The NRA secured use of Nelson Range in Pirbright and with 20 lanes at our disposal we made full use of the facility. Thus the opportunity to receive some coaching tips and confirm Points of Aim in the morning, before shooting the match twice for record, was warmly welcomed.

100 competitors took part.

Congratulations to the winners:

Historic Enfield:

1st Robert Illius with a score of 245

Iron Sights:

1st George Ellis - 322

Practical Optic:

1st John Morgan-Hosey - 369

2nd Brian McManus - 359

3rd Paul Allsop - 347

Service Optic

Following a tie shoot between Adam Chapman and Gwyn Roberts:

1st Adam Chapman - 375 (tie 48)

2nd Gwyn Roberts - 375 (tie 43)

3rd Layne Chisholm - 363

To download the results Click here

Updated: 12-May-16 (Original posting: 09-May-16)
Phoenix Meeting 2016 - Update; Teams & fully booked events

PHOENIX MEETING 2016:

We are now looking forward to one of the largest and most popular meetings of the season, the Phoenix Meeting, 27-29 May - with the International Match on Monday 30 May.  This festival of shooting saw almost 500 competitors take part last year and provides the opportunity to shoot Gallery Rifle, Target Shotgun, Practical Pistol and Revolver, and has Air and Fullbore competitions from 15 yards to 1000 yards.  Classic shooters also have the opportunity to take part in events across the weekend and we are running the Practical Pistol Match (Round 3 of the NRA Handgun League) on Sunday 29 May.  

ENTRY FORMS

SQUADDING NOTES:

  • T&P1 GR&P - fully booked all weekend
  • T&P2 - fully booked Saturday
  • Phoenix A - fully booked Sunday
  • Advancing Target - fully booked all weekend
  • 1500 - fully booked Saturday
  • 1020 - fully booked Sunday
  • Speed Steels - fully booked Saturday
  • 25m Precision GRSB/GRCF- fully booked Friday
  • Bianchi - fully booked all weekend
  • 100/200/300x - fully booked Friday, limited availability Saturday and Sunday

  • Up to a maximum of two matches maybe be shot at each distance in an AM or PM sessions in 100/200/300, 400/500/600 and 800/900/1000 yard matches
  • Late entry fees of £1 per event start for entries received from 9 May onwards.

RULE/CLASSIFICATION CHANGES: 

There are one or two rule changes to the core GR&P events this year.  A summary is below, however please do click here and check the 2016 GR&P Handbook for full details and click here to download the Phoenix Meeting Service Rifle definitions.

  • T&P1 GRCF classification breakpoints have changed for 2016
  • T&P2 timings for LBRs have changed LBP holster rules have changed for 1500, 1020 and T&P2
  • McQueen:  the scoring value has changed - the V bull now scores 5.1 (previously the V bull scored 6).  The target will continue to make 10 appearances of 3 seconds, however with irregular intervals to now vary between 10 and 20 seconds.  Scorers of 50.5 must fire again, once only, as an extra tie shoot
  • 100/200/300x events:  the ILRPSA special

    Updated: 12-May-16 (Original posting: 06-May-16)
Invitation for Applicants - GB Palma Team to New Zealand 2019

I have been honoured with the captaincy our next Palma team, due to compete in New Zealand in early 2019. My vice-captain, team treasurer and fund-raising co-ordinator is Chris Hockley; Nick Tremlett takes on the critical role of head of coaching and training, and Dave Rose takes on the demanding task of adjutant. This brief constitutes a calling notice for applications to the initial Palma squad, selection for which is already underway. To read more Click here

Thank you

David Calvert
Captain GB Palma Team 2019

2 May 2016

Updated: 04-May-16 (Original posting: 04-May-16)
Imperial Early Entry Draw - Winners
The draw was made by Andrew Mercer today and we are delighted to congratulate the winners:

First Prize (100% refund of entry fees) Lucinda Taylor

Second Prize (50% refund of entry fees) Mike Martel

Third Prize (25% refund of entry fees) John Howe



Updated: 03-May-16 (Original posting: 03-May-16)
Anthony Grey Mitchell

Tony was a member of ATSC, shot for Cornwall, Regular Army, Combined Services, Ireland and GB Veterans.
He died after a very short illness and will be sadly missed.

For details of the funeral arrangements Click here

Updated: 03-May-16 (Original posting: 03-May-16)
NRA Precision Shooting Competition - Saturday 3 September - in aid of RBL

This match is being run by the NRA in aid of the Royal British Legion (RBL).

The aim of the match is to test marksmanship over several stages on multi position snap and sharp shooting, providing a highly challenging and enjoyable event. By taking part all competitors will also be contributing funds to a very worthy cause, with £35 of the match fee being donated to the RBL. Additional discretionary donations are welcome.

The CoF is a minimum of 114 rounds with stages from 100-600 yards.

To enter online Click here

To download the entry form Click here

To download the Match Conditions Click here

Close of Entries: 1700 hrs, Tue 30 August 2016.

Updated: 29-Apr-16 (Original posting: 29-Apr-16)
Inter-Counties Meeting - 18-19 June 2016
This Meeting of county teams comprises:

The R Jarvis Trophy

This individual match on Saturday 18 June is a part of the Inter-Counties Meeting and can be entered by county team members or individuals. The conditions are as for a Queens I (2 convertible sighters and 7 to count at 300x, 500x and 600x).

Click here to download the R Jarvis entry form.

Click here to download the R Jarvis Match Conditions only.

This match would be a good practice/pre-cursor to the Imperial Meeting.

The Inter-Counties Meeting starts at 1330 hrs on Century with the Lt Col H Jones VC Memorial Trophy and culminates with the NRA Long Range Match on Sunday 19 June at 900x and 1000x.

Prizegiving will take place at approx 1230 hrs at 1000x on Stickledown.

County Captains have been sent the Meeting invite and full detail. If, however, you need further information contact sally.wilson@nra.org.uk

If required:

Click here to download the Inter-Counties letter for Team Captains and Meeting Match Conditions.

Click here to download the R Jarvis entry form.

Click here to download the Team entry form.

The LMRA are running the Clive Amstein Trophy Match for county teams of four.

Click here to download the Clive Amstein Trophy Match entry form.

Contact secretary@lmra.co.uk or tel 01483 473006.

Updated: 29-Apr-16 (Original posting: 29-Apr-16)
Early Entry Draw for Imperial TR/MR/F Class entries - 1 May 2016

A reminder of the Early Entry Draw for Imperial TR/MR/F Class entries.

You have until 2359 hrs on Sunday 1 May to qualify for the draw - open to all entries over £50.

First Prize: 100% refund of entry fee

Second Prize: 50% refund of entry fee

Third Prize: 25% refund of entry fee

Good luck to all.

Click here to enter.



Updated: 27-Apr-16 (Original posting: 27-Apr-16)
IBIS Open Report and Results

IBIS Open 2016 Report
Click here
To view the report for this event.

IBIS Open 2016 Grand Aggregate Results
Click here
To view the results for this event.

IBIS Open 2016 Long Range Aggregate Results
Click here
To view the results for this event.

IBIS Open 2016 Short Range Aggregate Results
Click here
To view the results for this event.



Updated: 27-Apr-16 (Original posting: 27-Apr-16)
Clayton Challenge Results
The 33rd Clayton Challenge took place on Saturday 23 April at 300x and 500x.

Congratulations to RGS Guildford on winning the Clayton Challenge Trophy with a score of 492.28v.

Full results are available here

Updated: 26-Apr-16 (Original posting: 26-Apr-16)
SMALLBORE LONG RANGE MATCH RESULTS
An enjoyable and challenging NRA Smallbore Long Range Match took place on Saturday 23 April with 32 competitors testing their marksmanship at 200 and 300 yds on Century.

The weather was fairly kind but as always with .22LR at these distances, judging the slight variations in the wind was key to achieving consistent scores.

Congratulations to all competitors, the full results are now available here. The individual winners were:

200 YDS

TRSB - Ben Stubbins 69.3v
MRSB - Michael Haselgrove 69.3v
SRSB - Jonathan Clark 55.1v

300 YDS

TRSB - Carol Painting 64.2v
MRSB - John Mead 60.2v
SRSB - Michael Matthews 43.0v

200/300 YDS AGG

TRSB - Carol Painting 124.4v

MRSB - Michael Haselgrove 129.4v

SRSB - Mike Owen 92.4v

Updated: 25-Apr-16 (Original posting: 24-Apr-16)
John Blackman

Sussex County Rifle Association were saddened to learn of the death at the age of 94, on Sunday 17 April at Battle in Sussex, of John Blackman.

John was a stalwart member of the Association, representing the County, England and Great Britain during his shooting years.

His wife Rosemary died in January of this year, aged 93.

His funeral is to be held on 4 May at St Mary's, Battle at 12 noon.

A fuller obituary will appear in the NRA Journal.

Updated: 27-Apr-16 (Original posting: 22-Apr-16)
Happy 90th Birthday

The NRA would like to wish its Patron, Her Majesty The Queen, a Happy 90th Birthday



Updated: 21-Apr-16 (Original posting: 21-Apr-16)
GB Under 25 Rifle Team to South Africa 2017

I am honoured to have been awarded the captaincy for the Great Britain Under 25 Rifle Team to South Africa 2017 and I'd like to congratulate and thank Jack Alexander who will be joining me as Vice Captain and Liam Cheek as Adjutant.

The primary aim of the tour will be to compete in the South African Open Individual Championships and the U25 Australia match held in Bloemfontein with the expected tour dates to be 16th March 2017 to the 2nd April 2017.

The Australia match for the U25s doesn't come around all that often so I urge all under 25s to make the most of this opportunity.

I invite all those that are under the age of 25 as of the 2nd April 2017, of all abilities and experience to send an email with your interest to gbu25sa2017@gmail.com where you will then receive an application form to complete and return, the closing date for all applications will be the 25th May 2016.

We look forward to hearing from you.

Amie Clarke
GB U25 Captain SA 2017

Updated: 21-Apr-16 (Original posting: 20-Apr-16)
David Painting

We regret to announce the death of David Painting on 13 April from a sudden heart attack.

Following a private committal on April 27th, there will be a Thanksgiving Service for David at St Anne's Church, Kew Green, TW9 3AA on Wednesday May 4th @ 3pm. www.saintanne-kew.org.uk

The family hope that it will be an opportunity for friends and colleagues from both the shooting and academic communities to remember David and celebrate the life he shared with everyone.

The family have reserved a function room from 4pm-7pm at the Greyhound Pub across the Green. www.thegreyhoundkew.co.uk

The family request donations to Richmond Mind, a Mental Health Charity that David and his wife Bridget supported and valued. www.rbmind.org

Updated: 19-Apr-16 (Original posting: 19-Apr-16)
Arms Fair at the Phoenix 27-29 May 2016

We have decided, having consulted with a number of trade exhibitors, to host the popular Arms Fair at the Phoenix Meeting held at the Pavilion in Bisley from Friday 27th to Sunday 29th May 2016.
The Ballroom and covered veranda, as well as Monument Lawn, will be available for the Arms Fair.

Please see attached plan and booking form below.

Click here To view the Floorplan for this event.

Click here To book space at this event.



Updated: 15-Apr-16 (Original posting: 15-Apr-16)
Electronic Targets Update

The electronic targets on Century Range (Butt 19) will be removed from 13 June 2016 through to 25 July 2016 to accommodate the summer competitions.

They will be reinstated after the Imperial so please watch this space for offers.

Richard Wells
Head of Range Services.

Updated: 13-Apr-16 (Original posting: 13-Apr-16)
Gloucestershire Spring Open - 3rd April 2016 - Results and match report

Click here For the CGRA Match Report.

Click here For the CGRA Results.

Ian Ashworth

Updated: 11-Apr-16 (Original posting: 11-Apr-16)
Training Event & Competition - Altcar Ranges 14/15 May

NRA Marksmanship Training Course and Competition at Altcar Ranges - Saturday 14 and Sunday 15 May 2016.

The NRA is running a CIVILIAN SERVICE RIFLE MARKSMANSHIP SKILLS COURSE at Altcar Ranges on Saturday 14 May, aimed at improving the shooting skills of owners of various CSR-type rifles. This one day course will involve both classroom and practical range work and is an excellent opportunity to gain knowledge and expert coaching from national level shooters and instructors. The course fee is £55 for the day, and this fee is discounted by 40% for Under 25s.

Click here to download the Marksmanship Skills Course booking form. Bookings close 1200 hrs, Tue 10 May.

On the morning of Sunday 15 May, we will be running a CSR COMPETITION. This is available to any shooter with a suitable rifle who wants to gain more knowledge, cement the skills gained from the Marksmanship Skills Course, or simply to enjoy a day out with fellow shooters. No run downs included!

The Short Range Match will be shot in four classes from distances of 100-300 yards. NRA medals will be awarded in each class with prize giving taking place on the range at 1300 hrs.

Click here to download the match entry form. Close of entries: 1200 hrs, Tue 10 May.

Click here to enter online.

Click here to download the Course of Fire and Match Conditions.



Updated: 08-Apr-16 (Original posting: 08-Apr-16)
CSR Winter League 2015-2016 - Final Results
All the NRA CSR Winter League results have now been compiled and the winners who will receive their Trophies and Medals at the Imperial CSR Prize giving are as follows:

In Historic Enfield Class:

    1st H Davies 711.44 Pts
    2nd N Nunn 503.90 Pts
    3rd B Mcllwaine 456.01 Pts

In Iron Sights Class:

    1st W Daysh 923.09 Pts
    2nd A Littler 858.72 Pts
    3rd D Cross 809.74 Pts

In Practical Optic Class:

    1st C Hudson 962.30 Pts
    2nd N St Aubyn 952.78 Pts
    3rd M Camp 945.27 Pts

In Service Optic Class:

    1st P Cottrell 984.38 Pts
    2nd W Ellis 969.18 Pts
    3rd A Chapman 950.66 Pts

797 competitors took part in the League this year which was the highest since it started, and several shooters new to CSR have put in some very good performances that will encourage many regulars to improve the standard of their shooting for the Imperial and next season. Of particular note was the highest placed female shooter competing in her first CSR Season; Kathryn Snow who achieved 7th place in the most hard fought Service Optic Class.

Click here to download the full League Standings.

Click here to download the final results for Sun 3 Apr.



Updated: 08-Apr-16 (Original posting: 08-Apr-16)
147th Imperial Meeting Entries


The 147th Imperial Meeting
23rd June to 23rd July 2016.

CLICK HERE to enter ALL
Imperial Meeting competitions

Adaptive, CSR, F Class, GR&P, IHAM, MR, Schools, Teams & TR


TR Early Entry Draw: This draw will be open to all entries over £50 received by 1 May 2016.

  • First Prize: 100% refund of entry fee
  • Second Prize: 50% refund of entry fee
  • Third Prize: 25% refund of entry fee

Early Entry Discount: Entries received before 1 June 2016 qualifiy for a 10% discount


For information on trade stands at the Imperial Meeting
Click here

To book a trade stand space for the Imperial Meeting
Click here


Updated: 07-Apr-16 (Original posting: 07-Apr-16)
Bisley Pavilion returns to NRA Management

We have today accepted the early surrender of Shaun Hopwood's lease of the Pavilion; the property is now the responsibility of the NRA.

We are working up plans to bring the Pavilion to the fore for shooting at Bisley which will include exciting opportunities to develop new facilities for our members and visitors.

Plans are progressing well to reopen the hotel accommodation in the next few days; all bookings need to be confirmed with the NRA Accommodation Staff prior to arrival. Arms fair traders and other regular users should contact Chris Dyers, Commercial and Operations Manager, to discuss their requirements.

For Bookings and General Pavilion Enquiries email Chris Dyers 01483 797777 extension 180

For Accommodation email Diane Sawyer 01483 797777 extension 135

Andrew Mercer
Group Chief Executive & Secretary General


Updated: 04-Apr-16 (Original posting: 04-Apr-16)
Civ SR League Sun 3 April Provisional RESULTS
Civilian Service Rifle
Winter League

 

Provisional results are now online for Sun 3 Apr.

Click here for the match results.

Please make any queries or challenges via email to mark.haigh@nra.org.uk by midday Thursday 7 April.

Updated: 03-Apr-16 (Original posting: 03-Apr-16)
Historic Service Rifle Match - Sat 2 April - Results

Just under fifty competitors took part in the Historic Service Rifle match on Century range.

The weather was kind for the majority of the afternoon, with some rain setting in during the latter part of the match.

Well done to M Jah winner in Classic SMLE, M Kent winner in Veteran with a No.4, M Mitchard in Veteran Optic with a No.4(T) and D Moran in Allcomers with a Mauser.

The next Historic Service Rifle Match will be held on Saturday 1 October 2016.

Click here to download the Results.



Updated: 03-Apr-16 (Original posting: 02-Apr-16)
Phoenix Meeting 2016 - 27-30 May

We are now looking forward to one of the largest and most popular meetings of the season, the Phoenix Meeting, 27-29 May - with the International Match on Monday 30 May.  This festival of shooting saw almost 500 competitors take part last year and provides the opportunity to shoot Gallery Rifle, Target Shotgun, Practical Pistol and Revolver, and has Air and Fullbore competitions from 15 yards to 1000 yards.  Classic shooters also have the opportunity to take part in events across the weekend and we are running the Practical Pistol Match (Round 3 of the NRA Handgun League) on Sunday 29 May.  

The entry form is now available, Click here to enter online, click here to download the entry form.

Rule/Classification changes:  there are one or two rule changes to the core GR&P events this year.  A summary is below, however please do click here and check the 2016 GR&P Handbook for full details.
Click here to download the Phoenix Meeting Service Rifle definitions.

  • T&P1 GRCF classification breakpoints have changed for 2016
  • T&P2 timings for LBRs have changed LBP holster rules have changed for 1500, 1020 and T&P2
  • McQueen:  the scoring value has changed - the V bull now scores 5.1 (previously the V bull scored 6).  The target will continue to make 10 appearances of 3 seconds, however with irregular intervals to now vary between 10 and 20 seconds.  Scorers of 50.5 must fire again, once only, as an extra tie shoot
  • 100/200/300x events:  the ILRPSA special Wessex and 200/300x target faces are no longer available so the NRA undertook a robust trial of the matches using a standard 300x target. Designed for prone shooting at 300x, results proved the NRA 300x target to be well suited to all three distances as it provides sufficient extra aiming area for standing at 100x and sitting at 200x.  These events will therefore revert to NRA Match Conditions with scoring of V, 5, 4, 3, 2.

    We would appreciate RO support to run this event  so if you are able to offer some time please click here to complete the online RO form by Mon 16 May.

    Please continue to encourage new and young shooters to come to Bisley to take part.

    Updated: 06-Apr-16 (Original posting: 01-Apr-16)
  • Bob Blackall of Berkshire and Windsor Rifle Club

    We are very sorry to report that Bob Blackall died peacefully on Monday 28th March.

    He was a regular member of Berkshire county teams for many years, both fullbore and smallbore, and was a stalwart member of Windsor Rifle Club, including being Club Captain for nearly 30 years, and club champion many times.

    He travelled to Canada in 1988 as a member of Ralph Kingston's GB team, and shot in Jersey on many occasions, where he had many friends.

    Updated: 01-Apr-16 (Original posting: 01-Apr-16)
    300M Championships - 14-15 May

    A number of competitions run over the weekend for the 300 metre discipline, with standard Target Rifle users very welcome to take part.

    This event is serviced by reliable electronic targets and shot from the 300 metre shed on the left hand side of Century range. Possible manual marker errors are eradicated and everyone gets a copy of their score detail, including group diagrams.

    Click here to download the detail and entry form.

    Entries close Thursday 12 May.

    Entries are administered through NRA Shooting Division whilst Ian Shirra-Gibb (NRA 300 metre Rep) can answer your discipline or technical queries.



    Updated: 31-Mar-16 (Original posting: 31-Mar-16)
    NRA Financial Statements for year ended December 2015 now available

    To download and view the NRA Financial Statements for year ended December 2015 Click here

    Updated: 31-Mar-16 (Original posting: 31-Mar-16)
    CSR - Urban Contact Competition - 8 May 16


    Civilian Service Rifle
    Urban Contact Competition

     
    The day is intended to run in two parts:

  • AM as a training session for the Urban Contact match with 2 or 3 runs at the match in slow time including coaching tips.

  • PM we will shoot the match twice for score, with an aggregate of both matches counting for NRA medals in each class.

    Click here to enter online.
    Click here to download the CoF.
    Click here to download the entry form.



    Updated: 31-Mar-16 (Original posting: 30-Mar-16)
  • Spring Action Weekend 19 & 20 Mar 2016 - Final Results


    Gallery Rifle - Spring Action Weekend 19 and 20 March

    Click here to download the final results.
    Click here to download the final prize list.

    Please make any challenges or queries via email to Mark Haigh by Tuesday 29 March.



    Updated: 29-Mar-16 (Original posting: 23-Mar-16)
    147th Imperial Meeting Entries


    The 147th Imperial Meeting 23rd June to 23rd July 2016

    147th Imperial Meeting Entries:

    Entry Forms and the online entry system for TR/MR, F(Open)/FTR will be available on the NRA website from WEDNESDAY 23 MARCH 2016.

    Early Entry Draw: This draw will be open to all entries over £50 received by 1 May 2016.

    First Prize: 100% refund of entry fee
    Second Prize: 50% refund of entry fee
    Third Prize: 25% refund of entry fee

    Early Entry Discount: Entries received before 1 June 2016 qualify for a 10% discount.

    Entries for all OTHER IMPERIAL COMPETITIONS will be online early April.

    For Information on trade stands at the Imperial Meeting
    Click here

    To book a trade stand space for the Imperial Meeting
    Click here



    Updated: 22-Mar-16 (Original posting: 18-Mar-16)
    Training Course & Competition - ALTCAR RANGES 14-15 MAY 2016

    NRA Marksmanship Training Course and Competition at Altcar Ranges - Saturday 14 and Sunday 15 May 2016.

    The NRA is running a CIVILIAN SERVICE RIFLE MARKSMANSHIP SKILLS COURSE at Altcar Ranges on Saturday 14 May, aimed at improving the shooting skills of owners of various CSR-type rifles. This one day course will involve both classroom and practical range work and is an excellent opportunity to gain knowledge and expert coaching from national level shooters and instructors. The course fee is £55 for the day, and this fee is discounted by 40% for Under 25s.

    Click here to download the Marksmanship Skills Course booking form. Bookings close 1200 hrs, Tue 10 May.

    On the morning of Sunday 15 May, we will be running a CSR COMPETITION. This is available to any shooter with a suitable rifle who wants to gain more knowledge, cement the skills gained from the Marksmanship Skills Course, or simply to enjoy a day out with fellow shooters. No run downs included!

    The Short Range Match will be shot in four classes from distances of 100-300 yards. NRA medals will be awarded in each class with prize giving taking place on the range at 1300 hrs.

    Click here to download the match entry form. Close of entries: 1200 hrs, Tue 10 May.

    Click here to enter online.

    Click here to download the Course of Fire.



    Updated: 08-Apr-16 (Original posting: 17-Mar-16)
    Small-Bore Long Range Match - Sat 23 April 2016 (PM)

    Open to members of Clubs Affiliated to, or individual members of the NRA and NSRA.

    Distances: 200 and 300 yards.

    Click here to download the Entry Form.

    Close of Entries: Wed 20 April 2016.

    Click here to download the Match Conditions.

    RIFLES: Any single shot rifle chambered for .22 Long Rifle, Long or Short Rimfire ammunition may be used. Magazine rifles must be loaded by single shots. A sling may be used.

    CLASSES:

    MRSB Class: Iron - magnifying or telescopic sights may be fitted. The forward hand may also be rested, but the rifle itself may not touch the rest and the butt may not be rested or touch the ground.

    TRSB Class: Iron sights only. The forward hand may not be rested.

    SRSB Class: British or foreign military training rifles such as the Enfield No 2, 8 or 9, foreign equivalents or Morris tube conversions, fitted with Iron sights of any type. The forward hand may be rested as for MRSB.

    AMMUNITION: Competitors are to supply their own ammunition.

    Updated: 11-Mar-16 (Original posting: 11-Mar-16)
    Highpower Rifle Association Sharpshooter Match Results

    To download and view the results from last Sundays (6/3/16) HRA sharpshooter match click here.

    Updated: 09-Mar-16 (Original posting: 09-Mar-16)
    GB Match Rifle Team wins Woomera Match in Tasmania

    The GB Match Rifle Team has won the Woomera Match by 31 points from Australia, at the Campbell Town range in Tasmania.

    Follow their day's progress here.

    Updated: 08-Mar-16 (Original posting: 08-Mar-16)
    Civ SR League Sat 5 March final RESULTS
    Final results are now online for Sat 5 Mar.

    Click here for the match results.

    Please click here to download the League standings to date.

    Updated: 11-Mar-16 (Original posting: 05-Mar-16)
    NLRC presents the "Reload Swiss" Easter Meeting

    Its time to De-winter your barrels folks.

    You can now enter the North London Rifle Club "Reload Swiss" Easter meeting.

    Entry forms are available from the NRA offices and clubhouses all over Bisley Camp.

    Further details are here.

    Updated: 01-Mar-16 (Original posting: 01-Mar-16)
    Update for Cadet Shooting Transport to Ranges

    Earlier this month I attended a meeting with Julian Brazier, Minister for Reserves at the MoD, kindly organised by Mark Garnier MP, to explain concerns about difficulties that cadet units were experiencing with transport to ranges. The Minister quickly grasped the issue and has promptly arranged for regulations to be updated to ease restrictions on the transportation of the Cadet Target Rifle whilst maintaining existing levels of security; this will greatly assist cadet units with their shooting for the 2016 season.

    Full details of the changes are being communicated to cadet units, and can be obtained from JSP 440 and the CCRS.

    Mark Garnier MP deserves special thanks for raising this issue in Parliament; I am particularly grateful to the Minister Julian Brazier for acting so promptly to assist thousands of cadets with their shooting for the forthcoming season.

    Andrew Mercer
    Group Chief Executive & Secretary General


    Cadets at Bisley



    Updated: 24-Feb-16 (Original posting: 24-Feb-16)
    The ASTOR County Competition 2016

    To Secretaries of County Associations currently affiliated to the NRA

    Dear Club Secretary

    CLICK HERE to download and view the Astor County Competition claim form.

    We wish you successful shooting.

    Carol Kellow
    Shooting Division


    Updated: 23-Feb-16 (Original posting: 23-Feb-16)
    Extra Long Range Availability.

    We are able to offer additional Long Range Availability on the following dates and Times.

    Sunday 27th March - 900/1000/1100 am; 1000/1100/1200 pm (12 targets at 1200)

    Monday 28th March - 1200 yards (targets 21-25 only) pm

    Monday 2nd May - 1200 yards pm (22 targets)

    Monday 30 May - 1200 yards (targets 21-25 only) pm

    Saturday 4 June - 1200 yards (12 targets available) pm



    Updated: 22-Feb-16 (Original posting: 22-Feb-16)
    CCRS - Deputy General Secretary/General Secretary Designate

    The current General Secretary of The Council for Cadet Rifle Shooting (CCRS) is retiring late 2016.

    The Trustees wish to recruit a replacement in time for an extended handover covering the peak competition shooting activities over the summer months.

    You will run, develop and promote CCRS in furtherance of its charitable objects and in accordance with the direction of its Trustees.

    Any interested candidates should email their CV in Word format, quoting reference JM1602-1 to:

    Jasmine Mathers
    Charisma Recruitment

    jasmine@charismarecruitment.co.uk

    Closing date for applications: 1 March 2016 Interview date: 14 March 2016

    Updated: 17-Feb-16 (Original posting: 17-Feb-16)
    NRA Shotgun League 2016- Round 1- Bisley- Results
    Click here to download results from 13 & 14 Feb

    Updated: 22-Feb-16 (Original posting: 15-Feb-16)
    Photographs of Chelyesmore Improvements

    The following photographs are of improvements currently being completed at Cheylesmore Range.


    Entrance


    Refreshment area being assembled


    Refreshment Area completed


    Refreshment Area completed looking towards training room


    Job done



    Updated: 12-Feb-16 (Original posting: 12-Feb-16)
    CIV SR Winter League FINAL RESULTS

    107 competitors enjoyed a blustery day on Century and Short Siberia for the 5th weekend of CSR Winter League competitions.

    Final results are now online for Sun 7 Feb

    Click here for the match results

    Click here for the League standings

    The Course of Fire (CoF) for the March
    event is available here

    Click here to enter online.
    Click here to download an entry form.

    The confirmed dates for the 2015/16 season so far are:

    Sun 3 Apr 2016



    Updated: 12-Feb-16 (Original posting: 07-Feb-16)
    NRA team applications invited to the Channel Islands 2017

    Emma Nuttall (Captain), Tom Rylands (Vice Captain) and Simon Shouler (Adjutant) are seeking applications for the NRA TR Team to tour the channel Islands in 2017.

    Click here to download and view the opportunity



    Updated: 18-Feb-16 (Original posting: 05-Feb-16)
    300m electronic targets

    Extra electronic targets availability

    The NRA have use of the 300m Shed and its electronic targets on Century on the following weekends during 2016:

    - 5/6 March

    - 30 April/1 May

    - 14/15 May NRA 300m Championship

    - 28/29 May

    - 3/4 September

    - 1/2 October

    Price per session (4 sessions per day):

    £50.00 (weekend)

    Sessions:

    Low season 0830 : 1000, 1030 : 1200, 1330 : 1445, 1445 : 1600

    High Season 0830 : 1000, 1030 : 1200, 1330 : 1500, 1500 : 1630



    Updated: 05-Feb-16 (Original posting: 05-Feb-16)
    Electronic Targets at Bisley

    Electronic targets update.
    Having completed a very successful trial in December, we are pleased to offer 6 electronic targets on Bisley Century range (Butt 19) at the following distances:

    200yds Tuesday/Wednesday
    100yds Thursday/Friday
    300yds Saturday and Sunday
    Price per session (4 sessions per day): £35.00 (weekday) / £50.00 (weekend) Sessions:

    Low season 0830 : 1000, 1030 : 1200, 1330 : 1445, 1445 : 1600
    High Season 0830 : 1000, 1030 : 1200, 1330 : 1500, 1500 : 1630



    Updated: 05-Feb-16 (Original posting: 05-Feb-16)
    Melville Range Improvements February 2016

    Upgrading work on Melville range is progressing well. To reduce the risk of ricochets the 25yd target line has been removed, and sand mini mantlets replaced with ballistic tiles . These initial works will be complete by 5 Feb 2016, to be followed with the provision a covered firing point at 25yds; in the interim gazebos can be used to provide temporary cover.

    The range floor in Bay A has been removed and replaced, new target rails fitted and target trolleys refurbished. The sand stop butt will be fitted with a granulated rubber Shoot-in box.

    Overall the works will improve reliability and improve flexibility for concurrent use of Melville and Butt Zero ranges.

    Additional 25yd range capacity is now available on the newly refurbished Cheylesmore range.



    Updated: 05-Feb-16 (Original posting: 04-Feb-16)
    Invitation to apply for the GB TR Team to Canada 2017

    Chris Weeden (Captain), Charles Brooks (Vice Captain) and Rick Shouler (Adjutant) are seeking applications for the GB TR Team to Canada 2017.

    They are looking to take a balanced team of all ages, from all the Home Countries, with a solid core of experienced shooters together with a number of new caps, and invite applications from aspiring team members.

    If you would like to apply see the the attached Invitation below.

    Click here to download and view



    Updated: 01-Feb-16 (Original posting: 01-Feb-16)
    C.D. Kuchel of Australia.

    We are sad to report the death of Colin Kuchel of Australia on 19th January.

    An important figure in Australian target rifle shooting, he had been in his time Chairman of the NRA of Australia and Captain of the Australian Palma Team in 1992, having shot in the match in 1982 and being Adjutant in 1988.

    He competed in the Australia Match 3 times and was Captain in 1987 when the match was shot in Canada, 1992 in NZ and again in 1992 in Canada.

    He will be much missed by his many friends all over the world.

    Updated: 21-Jan-16 (Original posting: 21-Jan-16)
    New charges for civilian use of MoD ranges

    Details of new charges for civilian use of military ranges are now available Click here to download and view

    A Letter from Defence Infrastructure Organisation regarding the use of their ranges is also available Click here to download and view

    For further information please contact the NRA Regional Ranges Manger Nic Couldrey

    Telephone 01483 797777 or by email Nic Couldrey

    Updated: 19-Jan-16 (Original posting: 19-Jan-16)
    NRA Bisley General Meeting 2016

    The 2016 Bisley General Meeting will be held on Wednesday 20th July at 21:00 in the Umbrella Tent.

    Updated: 13-Jan-16 (Original posting: 13-Jan-16)
    NRA Annual General Meeting 2016

    The 2016 Annual General Meeting will be held on Friday 17th June at 18:00 in the NRA Pavilion.

    Updated: 13-Jan-16 (Original posting: 13-Jan-16)
    Electronic targets trial update

    The six e-Targets were used for a total of 18 shooting days for the trial period to assess what we needed to learn to best manage their operation in terms of target attrition, maintenance cycle, de-leading the backstop and management of shooters on the firing line.

    During that time 68,739 rounds were fired at them with an average of over 10,000 at each target.

    One target had over 10 transmission errors and/or incomplete noise registrations on the target the others were either none or 1 or 2.

    One target had its electronics shot out. We suspected an incorrectly zeroed rifle was the cause as 5 shots were grouped in that area.

    The major issue for general use was the wiring when moving the targets and monitors proved not as reliable as we would like. A plan is in motion to resolve this.

    A Selection of written comments from users are below.

    Member VL. Would like a user manual. This was produced in advance but not in sufficient numbers apparently or handed out to shooters.

    Member SE. Thanks very much for your help with the targets, we had a really good mornings shooting.

    Member MK. I have a serious complaint to make regarding the amount of ammunition I was forced to fire while shooting on the new electronic targets at 200 yards this morning. Only joking of course, they were bloody marvellous!!!! I did shoot a fair amount of ammo though but absolutely no complaints at all, that's what we come to Bisley for.
    Congratulations all round to the NRA, best things since sliced bread.

    Updated: 12-Jan-16 (Original posting: 11-Jan-16)
    Civ SR Winter League - 9 Jan - Results
    107 competitors enjoyed the first Civ SR Winter League event of 2016, with conditions pretty much matching the forecast. Blustery winds increased during the afternoon but even the heavy showers did little to dampen spirits. Despite the weather and very soggy ground conditions there was plenty of excellent shooting - scores continue to impress and standards are improving as the League gains popularity.

    Final results are now online for Sat 9 Jan

    Click here for the match results

    Click here for the League standings



    Updated: 19-Jan-16 (Original posting: 09-Jan-16)
    Queen's New Year's Honours

    Part of the British Honours System, the New Year Honours are announced on New Year?s Day and represent recognition by the Queen of exceptional work by individuals making significant contributions in their field.

    The Honours are announced in the London Gazette where the new Members of Orders of Chivalry and recipients of Official Honours are listed.

    This year two members of the shooting community were named in the Honours List:

    Joseph Martin NEVILLE (Clay Target Shooting Coach) received an MBE (Member of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire) for Services to Competitive Shooting

    NRA member Richard Stephen LE PAGE received a BEM (British Empire Medal) for services to the sport of Target Shooting in Guernsey

    Congratulations to both and indeed all recipients.

    Updated: 08-Jan-16 (Original posting: 08-Jan-16)
    NRA 100 Result for 2015

    You can download the NRA 100 list here.

    Congratulations to Layne Chisholm on a fine shoot. He won with a score of 267, which is the best result since 2009, when Kevin Hill scored 269. Matthew Northam at the age of 16 came ninth, which is an excellent first attempt at this competition. Those who shot at the end of October had a lovely day for a 3p shoot. Some of the summer shoots suffered from strong winds.

    On 15 November I advised clubs who compete that we need another club to hold the funds that belong to this competition. So far no club has volunteered, so this may well be the last year of the competition.

    If the competition goes ahead this year it will be on normal NRA targets because the decimal target is no longer available.

    Updated: 06-Jan-16 (Original posting: 06-Jan-16)
    NRA Handgun League - Results 2015
    The results are now available to download for the NRA Handgun League:

    Click here to download the results

    Updated: 04-Jan-16 (Original posting: 04-Jan-16)
    NRA Target Shotgun League - Results 2015
    The results are now available to download for the NRA Target Shotgun League:

    Click here to download the results

    Updated: 04-Jan-16 (Original posting: 04-Jan-16)
    Members and Clubs requested range bookings for 2016 status

    Update from the NRA Range Office

    We thought it appropriate to update those of you wishing to know the status of your requested bookings for 2016 that we have so far managed to get to the end of September 2016.

    The remainder of next years bookings will be completed throughout January 2016.

    Thank you for your patience in this matter.

    Updated: 23-Dec-15 (Original posting: 23-Dec-15)
    Electronic target trial update.

    Thank you to the many shooters who used the new electronic targets over the trial period that ended on the 20th December 2015.

    We have commissioned a short programme of works to improve the durability of the targets; this will be completed by the end of January.

    Bookings for the six electronic targets will be available from Friday 5th February 2016; full details will be posted next month.

    Andrew Mercer
    Group Chief Executive & Secretary General

    Updated: 22-Dec-15 (Original posting: 22-Dec-15)
    EU Directive on Firearms Control - Have Your Say

    I would urge all NRA members to register your concerns and provide feedback to the European Commission on their proposals for further firearms control - follow

    The key points you may wish to register include:-

    Restrictions on semi-automatic rifles

    In the UK .22 rim-fire rifles and semi-automatic shotguns are used by tens of thousands of shooters for target shooting and essential pest control. Large calibre semi-automatic rifles are already prohibited in the UK; there is no rational benefit to public safety from prohibiting small calibre rifles and semi-automatic shotguns. The proposals to ban "semi-automatic firearms for civilian use which resemble weapons with automatic mechanisms" is illogical - a great deal of confusion will result by attempting to legislate against form rather than function.

    Distracting Scarce Law Enforcement Resources

    There is virtually no link between legally held firearms and those used with illegal / evil intent. The EU proposals threaten diverting scarce law enforcement resources away from the real risk areas to harassing hundreds of thousands of law abiding shooters, collectors and traders across the EU from their safe and responsible activities.

    The proposals include greater restrictions on Firearms Collectors - collecting firearms is a passion enjoyed by many and there is no published evidence that demonstrates the need for greater restrictions - it is iniquitous to legislate merely on the possibility that collecting might cause a problem; and a ban on possession of deactivated fully automatic firearms by other than authorised museums - it is estimated that 230,000 firearms have been deactivated in the UK since 1988; they are non-functional and non-lethal and thus unlicensed - to confiscate them would demand substantial police resources and lead to substantial compensation claims payable by the British Government.

    There are additional unnecessary proposals for Firearms Certificates to be limited to a maximum five years duration (rather than a more sensible ten); sound moderators to be controlled as an "essential component" (moderators are widely used in stalking and vermin control and restrictions on them should be relaxed, not increased); registration of deactivated firearms (harmless items, the numbers and locations of which are unknown); and ban / restriction of disguised firearms (mainly Victorian walking stick shotguns, for which there is no record of criminal misuse).

    Andrew Mercer
    Group Chief Executive & Secretary General


    Updated: 16-Dec-15 (Original posting: 15-Dec-15)
    Target Availability at 1100 and 1200 yards Stickledown Range 2016

    Click here to download and view availability

    Please note that these distances maybe subject to change at short notice depending on demand.
    This is correct as at 15th December 2015



    Updated: 15-Dec-15 (Original posting: 15-Dec-15)
    CSR Match 6 December 2015 - Results
    Results are now online for Sun 6 Dec

    Click here for the match results
    Click here for the league standings to date


    The confirmed dates for the 2015/16 season so far are:

    Sun 7 Feb 2016
    Sat 5 Mar 2016
    Sun 3 Apr 2016



    Updated: 10-Dec-15 (Original posting: 06-Dec-15)
    Letter to Members of the European Parliament

    Summary

    EU Commission Proposals on Weapons Control

    We understand the recent EU Draft Directive will be introduced to MEPs in December and voted on by the European Parliament in January. If enacted, some of the proposed measures would have severe consequences for the law abiding shooting sports, trade and collecting communities. Terrorists do not obtain firearms through normal licensed channels and the proposed EU restrictions will do almost nothing to reduce the quantity of firearms available to those with criminal intent.

    The NRA urges you to scrutinise these proposals with great care; please do not hesitate to contact me should you require any further details.

    Andrew Mercer

    Group Chief Executive & Secretary General

    Click here to view and download the full letter to the Eu Parliament.

    Updated: 04-Dec-15 (Original posting: 04-Dec-15)
    Target Shotgun Festival 2015 - Results

    The Target Shotgun Festival still saw a healthy number of competitors who were not deterred by the poor weather at the weekend and went on to produce excellent scores.

    Our sincere thanks to all who gave their time and worked hard with the complex match set up.

    Click here to download the GR&P Shotgun results.

    Click here to download the Practical Shotgun/NRA Shotgun League results.



    Updated: 09-Dec-15 (Original posting: 24-Nov-15)
    Proposed EU Firearms Directive

    The EU has published a draft directive in response to recent terrorist events; it risks muddling the obvious need to restrict illicit ex-military weapons entering and moving throughout the EU with the legal activities of several million decent and law abiding target and sporting shooters. There are threats to the continuation of the use of semi-automatic firearms (already heavily restricted); and worrying proposals regarding deactivated weapons.

    .22 calibre semi-automatic rifles are enjoyed by thousands of UK target shooters; they are one of the most popular types in Gallery Rifle shooting. Semi-automatic shotguns are also very popular and are used by growing numbers of our members in target shooting competitions. Attempting to ban certain types of firearms by how they look, rather than what they do, is simply illogical. In the UK, testing by the British Proof Houses ensures a high standard of deactivation.

    We welcome the thrust of the Home Secretary‘s recent statement, particularly " The UK has some of the toughest firearms laws in the world. The sorts of weaponry used in the attacks in Paris in January, and those that appear to have been used last Friday, are not readily available in the UK. We must therefore focus on tackling firearms entering and moving throughout the EU, and ensuring that we have the right capabilities at the UK border to detect firearms being smuggled in - I will press the need for greater information sharing, passenger name records, and action on firearms. In the UK we have seen tough legislation work and so we want to see action taken to make a difference to the availability of firearms in Europe, particularly assault rifles."

    Our European shooting friends have started a petition to highlight the risks of unforeseen consequences from the proposed EU Directive. I think it is important that all European shooters register their support and concern by signing the petition.

    Click here to view and sign the petition.

    Andrew Mercer
    Group Chief Executive & Secretary General

    Updated: 23-Nov-15 (Original posting: 23-Nov-15)
    Petition against a ban on lead shot and bullets

    We would urge all members to register their support for this petition - there is a real risk that lead ammunition could be banned as a result of an ill-considered report now largely condemned by its own panel of experts. A ban would mean the loss of the shooting of many rifles including muzzle loaders, vintage and early breech loaders, and non-standard calibres.

    Just as serious would be the impact of mono metallic bullets as their variable ricochet characteristics would result in greater restrictions (and probable closure) on many ranges.

    Andrew Mercer
    Group Chief Executive & Secretary General

    Click here to enter your name on the petition.



    Updated: 17-Nov-15 (Original posting: 17-Nov-15)
    AAW October 2015 Results and Prize Lists

    Click here to download the results

    Click here to download the prize lists



    Updated: 09-Nov-15 (Original posting: 09-Nov-15)
    Civilian Service Rifle results - 7 Nov

    120 hardy Civ SR competitors had a thorough soaking on Saturday 7 November, when Round 2 of the Civ SR Winter League took place on a very wet and windy Century. The conditions were very challenging indeed for shooters and the butts parties alike, and with little respite from the appalling weather until late in the day, achieving high scores was certainly tough. Despite this, there were still plenty of smiles and banter.

    Two matches were staged: The International Service Rifle Match AM, and the Excellence in Competition (EIC) PM.

    In the Historic SR class, Rob Illius won the AM match with Vince Inman close behind. The PM match saw Nick Nunn pip Vince to second again.

    The Iron Sight class saw James Geering win both matches; Doug Cross came second and Andrew Littler in third in the Int?l SR Match, while Bob Wightman and George Ellis took the podium places for the EIC.

    In the Practical class Martin Camp produced a tremendous score to win the morning match, with John Morgan-Hosey second and Colin Hudson in third. The EIC Match was won by Colin Hudson, with Mark Dougan second and Sam Brown third.

    The Service Optic class saw Bill Ellis win the International Match with Layne Chisholm and Peter Cottrell taking the other podium positions. In the afternoon EIC Match, Peter Cottrell was first, closely followed by Adam Chapman and Kathryn Snow.

    The Provisional results are here
    The league results to date are here

    Any queries or challenges should be made to Mark Haigh by Sunday 15 November.

    Updated: 09-Nov-15 (Original posting: 09-Nov-15)
    Great Britain Under 19 Tour Accounts 2015

    Please see below a link to the Under 19 Tour Accounts 2015

    Click here to download and view.

    Updated: 02-Nov-15 (Original posting: 02-Nov-15)
    Autumn Action Weekend 2015 - Final Results

    Lots of action and skilled shooting was seen at Bisley with 151 competitors taking part in the Autumn Action Weekend. An impressive 992 events were entered across the disciplines, Gallery Rifle and Pistol, Fullbore, Target Shotgun and the popular McQueen.

    Click here to download the results
    Click here to download the prize lists



    Updated: 06-Nov-15 (Original posting: 27-Oct-15)
    Updated historical records of the main NRA matches and teams.

    This website contains the historical records of the main NRA international matches and overseas teams. The work to compile these lists has been undertaken by Colin Cheshire and Karen Robertson.

    If you should notice any errors or omissions (including any formatting or spelling errors) please contact Karen Robertson

    We are also seeking any team or historical photographs for a future large photographic section on this website. If you have photographs that you are happy to have published on the website please either email them to Karen Robertson or by post to Karen Robertson c/o National Rifle Association, Bisley Camp, Brookwood, Woking, Surrey, GU24 0PB (hard copies of photos will be returned if requested so please include your name and address). Please include the year that the photograph was taken.

    The updated records can be viewed here

    Thank you.

    Updated: 27-Oct-15 (Original posting: 26-Oct-15)
    The Trafalgar 2015 - Final Results

    The Trafalgar enjoyed quite mild weather (for mid October!) and 203 competitors shot almost 1,100 cards over the weekend, with events from 25 yds out to 1000 yds. This is an increase in cards shot of 7% vs 2014.

    The variety of firearms is itself enough reason to be part of this historic match, and despite the age of the firearms and sighting systems, the scores were impressive.

    Thanks as always to the volunteer ROs and stats team who did an excellent job.

    For Final Results Click here

    Updated: 26-Oct-15 (Original posting: 19-Oct-15)
    Advisory Group meeting of the Metropolitan Police's Firearms Enquiry Team

    Dear Member of Council,

    For information. Please include it in your publications if you wish.

    The inaugural meeting of the Independent Advisory Group (IAG) of the Metropolitan Police's Firearms Enquiry Team (FET) took place on Tuesday, 6 October. The meeting was held at the Empress State Building in London and was attended by representatives of The British Shooting Sports Council, The British Association for Shooting and Conversation, The British Deer Society, The National Rifle Association, The National Small Bore Rifle Association and The Historical Breechloading Smallarms Association.

    The purpose of the IAG is threefold. First, it provides a medium through which the concerns and issues of the shooting community can be channelled to the Met's FET. Second, it provides a significant repository of knowledge and expertise in all the key shooting disciplines upon which members can draw. Third, it provides a means through which the police can inform the key shooting groups of developments and points of issue.

    The group will meet every six months.

    Chief Supt Mike Gallagher of the Specialist Firearms Command said: "The development of the IAG for Firearms Licensing in London is an exciting and innovative development which will help foster mutual understanding, help manage risk and enhance the service we provide to the shooting community." The FET will shortly be moving to a new office and would like to assure shooting communities that disruption to service will be kept to a minimum and that the electronic mailbox FETLondonall@met.police.uk will continue to be monitored during office hours.

    With best wishes.

    David J Penn

    Secretary
    British Shooting Sports Council
    E-mail: djpbssc@btconnect.com
    Website: www.bssc.org.uk
    BSSC
    PO Box 53608
    London
    SE24 9YN

    The Council is a founding member of the World Forum on Shooting Activities (WFSA), a NGO in Roster Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations.

    Constituent Associations: APSI, BASC, CA, CPSA, GTA, HBSA, ICSI, MLAGB, NRA, NSRA, SAGBNI & UKPSA.

    Updated: 20-Oct-15 (Original posting: 19-Oct-15)
    Great Britain Rifle Team to South Africa 2017

    I am pleased to announce that the following have been selected to represent Great Britain in the team to South Africa 2017, to compete in the South African Championships and Australia Match.

    In addition to those listed below a small "Development Squad" has been chosen, which comprises shooters and coaches aspiring to become established GB team members in the future. My officers and I are committed to giving this Squad the opportunity to train with a GB team for the benefit of both those included, and future GB teams.

    Nick Tremlett 14th October 2015

    Click here to download and view the full team.

    Updated: 14-Oct-15 (Original posting: 14-Oct-15)
    The Ages Match 2015 - Results

    After a healthy battle this weekend, the well-deserved winners of The Ages Match 2015 were the 45-54 team with an impressive score of 2858.231v. Congratulations to Ian Ashworth and his team.

    Amended results due to stats final count as follows:

    Team Championship

    1 45-54 2858.231v

    2 Under 25s 2851.181v

    3 55-64 2846.245v

    4 Over 65s 2837.211v

    Top Individual for each age category

    Under 25s Theo Dodds 292.19v

    45-54 David Crispin 296.33v

    55-64 Paul Charlton 294.34v

    Over 65s George Cann 297.28v

    Click here to download and view the full results of the Ages Match 2015



    Updated: 13-Oct-15 (Original posting: 11-Oct-15)
    NRA Treasurer Report

    Please see below a link to the report made by the NRA Treasurer to General Council at the meeting on 5th September 2015

    Click here to download the Treasurers Report.

    Updated: 08-Oct-15 (Original posting: 07-Oct-15)
    CSR Winter League - 4th Oct - Results


    Civilian Service Rifle results - Sunday 4 October (4/10/15) - Short Range Rural Contact, Urban Contact, Individual Infantry Match

    This popular Winter League competition is running from October 2015 to April 2016.

    Results are now online for Sun 4 Oct, click here to download.
    The confirmed dates for the 2015/16 season so far are:

    Sat 7 Nov 2015
    Sun 6 Dec 2015
    Sat 9 Jan 2016
    Sun 7 Feb 2016
    Sat 5 Mar 2016
    Sun 3 Apr 2016

    For those new to Civ SR, we run 'Introduction to Civ SR' courses - the next available course will be on Saturday 31 October. These are run by highly experienced shooters and involve classroom work and lots of practical coaching on the range.



    Updated: 13-Oct-15 (Original posting: 05-Oct-15)
    Historic Service Rifle Match - 3 October - Results

    Saturday brought some fabulous weather for the Historic Service Rifle Match on Century Range. Impressive shooting was seen during the afternoon, with just under 60 competitors taking part.

    Click here to download the Results.



    Updated: 05-Oct-15 (Original posting: 05-Oct-15)
    Northern Ireland Open Results 2015

    Click here to download the Northern Ireland Fullbore Championships held on 26/27th September 2015, hosted by Comber Rifle Club at Ballykinler Ranges.

    The TR Championship top 3 placings were:

    1st Alwyn McLean
    2nd Martin Millar
    3rd Simon Carson

    Updated: 01-Oct-15 (Original posting: 01-Oct-15)
    NRA 100 Match 2015

    Entries are invited to a unique Three Position Target Rifle Competition on Sunday 25th October 2015 on Butt 19, Bisley, scored as 30 scoring shots x300.

    The top 100 entrants receive an NRA 100 badge & date flash. Previous recipients of the NRA 100 badge receive a date flash, the winner a date & First flash & the Swantson Trophy.

    Click here for more details and the entry form

    Paper entries should be sent to:

    Mr P Northam
    162 Bearton Road
    Hitchin
    Herts SG5 1UA

    Updated: 24-Sep-15 (Original posting: 24-Sep-15)
    Law Commission Study into Firearms Law. The NRA Response

    In July, the Law Commission published a Scoping Paper inviting consultation on Firearms Law. The Commission suggested that codification of the existing law was essential but that prior to undertaking that huge task, there were five areas that required immediate attention. The Commission invited input on the five issues, on the need for fundamental reform, and on aspects that might be included in that fundamental reform.

    Click here to see the NRA submission to the Law Commission.

    Updated: 23-Sep-15 (Original posting: 23-Sep-15)
    NRA Team to Channel Islands 2016

    The following have been selected for the NRA Team to the Channel Islands 2016:

    • Captain

      Rick Shouler - Nottinghamshire, England, Great Britain

    • Vice-Captain

      Gary Alexander - Ulster, Ireland, Great Britain

    • Adjutant

      David Rose - Leicester, Northants & Rutland, England, Great Britain

    • Coach

      Andrew Lothian - Surrey, England, Great Britain

    • Shooters

      Jason Curd - Kent
      Charlotte Davies - South Wales County, Wales
      Theo Dodds - Kent, Wales
      Paul Hatfield - Nottinghamshire
      Nick Healy - Ulster, Ireland
      Tom Laing-Baker - London
      Rebecca Laird - Ulster, Ireland
      Cameron Lamont - West of Scotland, Scotland
      James Lawrie - Lincolnshire, Scotland
      Lucinder Taylor - Surrey

    • Reserves (in no particular order)

      Jonathan Ford - Gloucestershire, Scotland, Great Britain
      Christopher Milton
      Ollie Rolfe - Oxfordshire
      Rosalind Wiltshire - Yorkshire, Scotland


      Updated: 14-Sep-15 (Original posting: 14-Sep-15)
    HRA RBL Match report

    The HRA RBL Match on Saturday was a great success and we raised over £11,000 and expect to get to at least £12,000 in the next few days.

    94 Competitors took part in the Highpower Rifle Association Royal British Legion Match on Saturday 5th September 2015 at Bisley. The Course of Fire was over 11 Stages with a minimum round count of 114 shots. Over £11,000 was raised for the Royal British Legion by those taking part, their families and friends and there was some very generous support from the shooting sports industry who provided prizes for the post match draw.

    The RBL Match Just Giving Page will remain open until the mid October to coincide with the launch of the National Poppy Appeal: Just Giving HRA RBL Match

    The shooting results for the the match are in Excel format and can be downloaded from here:

    AM Results

    PM Results

    Overall Across Class Results

    The 2016 HRA RBL match will be on Saturday 3rd September again at Bisley.

    Updated: 08-Sep-15 (Original posting: 08-Sep-15)
    Announcement of GB Rifle Team for Canada 2016
    Lindsay Peden the captain of the GB team to Canada in 2016 has announced the team members as follows:

    Details of the GB Rifle Team to Canada

    Updated: 07-Sep-15 (Original posting: 07-Sep-15)
    Gallery Rifle Nationals 2015 - Results
    Results are now online for the Gallery Rifle National Championships 2015. These results are now final.

    Click here to download the full results.

    Click here to download the Prizelist.



    Updated: 14-Sep-15 (Original posting: 04-Sep-15)
    New dates for Discipline Days - CSR, Gallery Rifle & Target Shotgun

    Dates are now confirmed for the next Civilian Service Rifle, Gallery Rifle and Target Shotgun Discipline Days.

    These 1 day courses provide expert 1:1 instruction by some of the best shooters in their field. They enhance knowledge, help to sharpen positional techniques, and are a great precursor to taking part in competitions.

    The forthcoming dates are:

    Introduction to Civilian Service Rifle - Sat 26 September, Sat 31 October

    Introduction to Gallery Rifle - Sat 14 November

    Introduction to Target Shotgun - Sun 13 December

    Course Cost: £70 (includes range fees, targets, course material, individual coaching and lunch)

    One recent participant said: 'A big thank you for putting on a fantastic course yesterday. The instructors certainly knew their stuff and I thought the mix of classroom and range work was just right - exactly the right atmosphere to learn. My knowledge has increased 100%!'.

    Click here for the NRA events page. Select the calendar entry for your chosen course for more information and to download the booking form.



    Updated: 14-Sep-15 (Original posting: 03-Sep-15)
    Civilian Service Rifle (Winter league)

    This popular Winter League competition is running from October 2015 to April 2016. The Courses of Fire (CoF) for the first event is available here.

    Entries are now open until 10:00AM Thursday 1 October.

    • Click here to enter online.
    • Click here to download an entry form
    • The confirmed dates for the 2015/16 season so far are:

      Sat 7 Nov 2015

      Sun 6 Dec 2015

      Sat 9 Jan 2016

      Sun 7 Feb 2016

      Sat 5 Mar 2016

      Sun 3 Apr 2016

      For those new to Civ SR, we run 'Introduction to Civ SR' courses - the next available courses will be on Saturday 26 September and Saturday 31 October. These are run by highly experienced shooters and involve classroom work and lots of practical coaching on the range.

      Shooting Division handles administration and organisational matters whilst Mark Bradley can answer any discipline or technical queries.



      Updated: 25-Aug-15 (Original posting: 24-Aug-15)
    R Jarvis 2016 - TOP RESULTS

    The R Jarvis was shot by 147 competitors in generally good if somewhat cool conditions.

    The wind was generally light to moderate and fairly constant, resulting in a high scoring match with excellent scores. Congratulations to all who took part.

    The top results are:

    The Challenge Trophy and Gold Medal

    Mr S Belither Essex 105.19v (tie 25.4v)

    Silver Medal

    Mr P Patel Surrey 105.19v (tie 24.4v)

    Bronze Medal

    Mr N Mace Hampshire 105.17v

    Winner Under 25 Trophy:

    Mr P Lanigan Kent 104.12v

    Winner Under 23 Trophy:

    Mr M Purdy Norfolk 105.12v

    Full results will follow

    Updated: 18-Jun-16 (Original posting: 14-Jun-15)
    NRA RCO & HME COURSES
    With effect from 6 June 2015, all NRA RCO courses run at Bisley will also include an optional section on High Muzzle Energy (HME) at no additional cost.

    Current RCOs who require an HME addition to their RCO qualification can join an RCO course for a fee of £20. The HME element will be conducted on the second day (typically Sunday) between approx 14.00-15.30.

    Updated RCO/HME Course Application Forms are available on the NRA website for the remaining courses in 2015:

    6 & 7 June

    12 & 13 September

    3 & 4 October

    7 & 8 November

    5 & 6 December

    Any queries should be emailed to training@nra.org.uk

    Updated: 02-Dec-15 (Original posting: 07-May-15)
    Markers Required - Become an NRA Marker.

    Invitation to join National Rifle Association (NRA) bank of Imperial marker and supervisory staff.

    Click here to download and view the Markers Starter Pack

    Click here to download the Markers application form



    Updated: 29-Apr-15 (Original posting: 29-Apr-15)
    Last Minute Range Availability

    This Weeks Last Minute Range Availability at Bisley

    Click here to download this weeks availability

    Click here to login and book a range slot



    Updated: 04-Jun-15 (Original posting: 08-Apr-15)
    Prohibited Ammunition - RWS Target Elite Ammunition .308 Win. 154gr

    Certain ammunition provided to the NRA by RUAG for use in the 2013 Imperial Meeting was returned to RUAG as a result of an unacceptably high rate of blown and leaking primers. This ammunition was packaged in blue boxes marked "RWS .308 Win." stamped with batch number 261919.

    The NRA has found ammunition packaged in boxes marked "RWS Target Elite Ammunition .308 Win. 154gr", where the boxes are stamped with that same batch number: 261919.

    Click here for photograph of RWS Target Elite ammunition box showing batch number

    The NRA is investigating this matter with RUAG, but in the interim the use of RWS Target Elite Ammunition .308 Win. 154gr marked with batch number 261919 at Bisley and in all NRA-sponsored competitions is prohibited in any rifle that is not fully compliant with CIP Regulations. Members should bear in mind that the presence of valid proof marks for .308W or 7.62 x 51mm cannot be taken as confirmation that the bore and chamber dimensions of the firearm in question are CIP-compliant.

    Shooters are reminded that they are solely responsible for the safety of the combination of rifle and ammunition they use.

    Andrew Mercer
    Secretary General

    Click here for complete document.

    Updated: 07-Apr-15 (Original posting: 07-Apr-15)
    The Recent changes to JSP403 - March 2015

    Joint Service Publication 403 (JSP403) is entitled - Handbook of Defence Land Ranges Safety.

    It is a four-volume MoD publication, to view this online Click here

    Click here to view and download a copy of the Brief for Clubs.

    Updated: 25-Mar-15 (Original posting: 24-Mar-15)
    Stickledown - Long Range Availability 2015

    In order to provide members with regular access to longer ranges in a coordinated manner that uses range space efficiently we have published the Bisley Long Range Target Availability at 1,100 & 1,200 yards on Stickledown Range ? 2015

    Download Stickledown Availability 2015

    Updated: 03-Feb-15 (Original posting: 03-Feb-15)
    Range, Storage and accomodation charges from 30th March 2015

    From Monday 30th March 2015 the following charges will apply for NRA Ranges, Firearms Hire, storage and Accommodation.

    Ranges & Marker Charges

    Click here for a full list of revised Recreational Range Hire charges.

    Firearms Hire Charges

    Click here for a full list of revised Firearms Hire charges.

    Accommodation - Accommodation is available to both members and non members.

    Click here for a full list of revised accommodation charges.

    Secure Storage - Secure storage is available to Members and Affiliated clubs.

    Please see the revised charges in the document below.

    Updated: 23-Jan-15 (Original posting: 20-Jan-15)
    NRA Strategic Review 2015-17
    We have recently concluded our annual review and agreed a development plan for the NRA for 2015, 2016 and 2017.

    The Association is beginning to make some positive progress but there is much to do.

    The attached report sets out our priorities and details some of the initiatives planned for this year.

    Click here to download the report.

    Updated: 13-Jan-15 (Original posting: 13-Jan-15)
    Range Attire

    Reviewing the many excellent images of shooting at Bisley has prompted some thoughts about how we are presenting our sport to the wider world. Winter months and unkind weather demand warm and weather proof clothing and occasionally the appearance of some of our shooters could mislead the uninformed public that we are engaged in quasi-military activity rather than our sport of target shooting.

    I would ask members and their guests to take a moment to think how their style of dress would be perceived by a member of the public ignorant of our sport; in today's world of social media and cameras in every pocket we need to remain responsible and vigilant. If your attire, on honest reflection, could be mistaken as military uniform then it would be wise to change.

    We have no desire to be prescriptive and the thought of drafting dress codes is a hideous prospect; I am sure that common sense will prevail and shooters will enjoy their sport in warm, dry and appropriate clothing.

    Happy Christmas and New Year.

    Andrew Mercer
    Group Chief Executive & Secretary General

    Updated: 11-Dec-14 (Original posting: 11-Dec-14)
    Range Office Targets / TR Practice Targets

    Range Office Targets
    ROT's are available on the following dates and at the following distances.

    21st June 1000yds AM, 600yds PM.
    22nd June 500yds AM only.
    28th June 900yds AM, 1000yds PM.
    29th June 1000yds AM
    3rd July 100yds AM & 300yds PM
    4th July 900yds AM
    6th July 300, 500 & 600yds PM (can only be booked as single distance)
    8th July 1000yds AM & 600yds PM 1730hrs - 1930hrs
    9th July 300yds & 500yds PM 1730hrs - 2000hrs
    10th July 300yds AM 0830hrs - 1000hrs & 600yds 1100hrs - 1200hrs

    These are bookable through the Range Office, please be aware that we can book two shooters on each target.

    TR Practice Targets

    10th July 900yrds AM 0830hrs - 1000hrs & 1000yds 1015hrs - 1145hrs
    and 900yds falling back to 1000yds PM 1330hrs - 1630hrs

    11th July 900yds AM 0830hrs - 1100hrs

    Range Office

    Updated: 19-Jun-14 (Original posting: 19-Jun-14)
    R Jarvis Results 2016 - TOP RESULTS
    The R Jarvis was shot by 147 competitors in generally good if somewhat cool conditions.

    The wind was light to moderate and fairly constant, resulting in some excellent scores. Congratulations to all who took part.

    The top results are:

    The Challenge Trophy and Gold Medal

    Mr S Belither Essex 105.19v (tie 25.4v)

    Silver Medal

    Mr P Patel Surrey 105.19v (tie 24.4v)

    Bronze Medal

    Mr N Mace Hampshire 105.17v

    Winner Under 25 Trophy:

    Mr P Lanigan Kent 104.12v

    Winner Under 23 Trophy:

    Mr M Purdy Norfolk 105.12v

    Full results to follow.

    Updated: 18-Jun-16 (Original posting: 14-Jun-14)
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