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Autumn Action Weekend 2016 - Provisional Results

Lots of action and skilled shooting was seen at Bisley with 177 competitors taking part in the Autumn Action Weekend. An impressive 1042 events were entered across the disciplines, Gallery Rifle and Pistol, Fullbore, Target Shotgun and the popular McQueen.

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

Please click here to download the Practical Pistol Match results from the Autumn Action Weekend.

All challenges should be made via email to by the deadline of 17:00 Wednesday 2 November.

Updated: 26-Oct-16 (Original posting: 26-Oct-16)
NRA/HBSA Round Bull & Tin Hat Targets
Following discussions with the HBSA, the NRA has a new set of Round Bull & Tin Hat targets for use by Classic and Historic shooters.

The targets are based on the 1971 HBSA target dimensions and cover 200 yds, 300 yds and a 500/600 yards target face.

These targets were used at the recent Trafalgar Meeting and will be included in future NRA events such as The Phoenix and Imperial Historic Arms Meeting as well as the Trafalgar.

Click here to view the target dimensions

Updated: 19-Oct-16 (Original posting: 19-Oct-16)
2017 accommodation bookings are now open
With the exception of July Imperial bookings, 2017 accommodation bookings are now open. Once internal requirements for the Imperial have been finalized, we will be opening those too.
Updated: 19-Oct-16 (Original posting: 19-Oct-16)
Trafalgar Meeting 2016 - Final Results

Click here to download the final results.

Updated: 24-Oct-16 (Original posting: 18-Oct-16)
Maj. R. J. 'Bob' Aitken
It is with very great sadness that we must inform you that Maj. R. J. 'Bob' Aitken passed away over the weekend. Bob was a great servant and stalwart of Scottish shooting, representing Scotland 26 times in the National and 21 times in the Mackinnon (including 6 times as Captain of each). He also toured twice with Great Britain, captaining the team to New Zealand in 2003. His service to our sport was widely recognized, so much so that he was elected a Vice-President of the NRA. Our thoughts are with his family and friends.

The Funeral service will be at Warriston Crematorium, Lorimer Chapel,Edinburgh on Saturday 29th October at 11.00am to which all are welcome.

Family flowers only please.

Collection for Poppy Scotland.

He will be greatly missed.

Best regards, Tim Kidner

Click Here To view Bob Aitken's Obituary

Updated: 25-Oct-16 (Original posting: 17-Oct-16)
Northern Ireland Championships Results October 2016

To download and view the results of the 50th NI Target Rifle Championships held at Ballykinler Ranges on the 15th and 16th October. Click here

Updated: 17-Oct-16 (Original posting: 17-Oct-16)
European Long Range Championship - RESULTS
Five countries took part in the eleventh European Long Range TR Championships over the weekend of 8 & 9 October, with a new match format adding to the occasion.

Senior Teams consisted of 12 firers while Junior Teams fielded 8. In addition, every team member was eligible to enter the Individual Championship, shot at 1000x. ICFRA targets were used throughout.

Full results are here:

Click here for Senior Team results

Click here for Junior Team results

The Individual Championship:

Click here for Individual results

Updated: 10-Oct-16 (Original posting: 09-Oct-16)
Historic Service Rifle - Sat 1 Oct Results
The Historic Service Rifle match is shot twice per year, in April and October, at distances of 100, 200 and 300 yards.

There are classes for Enfields and Allcomers, providing a great test of marksmanship between fellow Service rifle shooters.

44 competitors took part in the match on Saturday 1 October in mixed weather conditions, with sun, rain and hail at various times of the day.

The Provisional Results are here. Any challenges to be made by noon on Thu 6 October.

Click here to download the Results.

Updated: 02-Oct-16 (Original posting: 02-Oct-16)
CSR Final Results - Sun 2 Oct
Over 110 competitors enjoyed some late summer conditions on the first day of the CSR League for 2016/17.

The League is competed over 7 months with the best 10 scores to count from a possible 15 matches.

Three matches were shot on Century and Short Siberia - the popular Urban Match, Rural Match and the Whitehead. The final results are here.

CSR Sun 2 Oct

Click here for the Rural Match Final Results.

Click here for the Urban Match Final Results.

Click here for the Whitehead Final Results.

Click here for the 2016 - 2017 CSR Winter League Standings.

Any challenges to be notified to by midday Thu 6 Oct.

Updated: 07-Oct-16 (Original posting: 02-Oct-16)
GB Palma Team 2019 - Initial Squad announcement
The initial training squad for the GB Palma team for 2019 in New Zealand has been announced and can be found at the link below. Palma Squad

Updated: 26-Sep-16 (Original posting: 26-Sep-16)
Pentre Barracks, Rhondda, South Wales

The NRA's intention to acquire the former Barracks site at Pentre, South Wales was thwarted when we were outbid at auction yesterday. Trustees had approved the purchase but on the day commercial interest in the site took the bid to unrealistic levels.

The 4 acre site included a 25 metre gallery range and extensive buildings; our plans included the creation of other indoor ranges.

Preparations for the bid were extensive and relied heavily on Martin Watkins and Bill Phelps of the Welsh Target Shooting Federation; our grateful thanks to them for their support, encouragement and guidance.

Whilst disappointed that we were unsuccessful at auction we have learnt a great deal and will be much better prepared for our next attempt to acquire a range away from Bisley.

The NRA remains committed to increasing access to ranges across the UK and is keen to support initiatives that protect established ranges and develop new facilities.

Andrew Mercer
Group Chief Executive & Secretary General

Updated: 23-Sep-16 (Original posting: 23-Sep-16)
GB TR Team Captains - Nominations invited

Nominations are invited for Captains of the following teams:

GB Kolapore Team 2017
GB Rifle Team to Canada 2018
NRA Team to Channel Islands 2018

Nominations in writing, signed by three proposers all of whom must be full annual or life members of the NRA, must be received by the Secretary General not later than 5pm on Friday 18th November 2016

Nominations to be sent to

Updated: 22-Sep-16 (Original posting: 22-Sep-16)
John Light 1927 - 2016

John Light passed away peacefully at his home in Lightwater on Thursday 16th June, with his family around him. John was the much loved husband of Molly, father of Janice and Richard, grandad of Steven, Abi, Fizzy and Libby.

John is sadly missed by his family and friends. His laughter, sense of fun, charm, kindness and eccentricity leave a big gap in all their lives.

For more about the life of John Light Please click here

Updated: 23-Sep-16 (Original posting: 12-Sep-16)
Volunteer ROs needed for Trafalgar and Autumn Action Weekend

Dear All

The team is busy preparing for the biggest Classic and Historic event in the NRA calendar, The Trafalgar Meeting (15-16 Oct) and the last of the GR Action Weekends, the Autumn Action Weekend (22-23 Oct).

The NRA is fortunate to have committed ROs who consistently give up their time to support events through the year. Within these two upcoming Meetings we have a range of competitions we wish to run, however we need more ROs to provide adequate cover on the ranges.

Our ROs ensure the competitions run professionally and safely, whilst also advising and encouraging competitors including those new to Bisley and lacking confidence. It goes without saying that this RO support is a key element to the success of our events.

If you have relevant experience and are able to offer some time at these Meetings, please complete the Volunteer RO Forms for the Trafalgar Meeting and the Autumn Action Weekend. We offer mileage, meals and NRA accommodation (if required). If working the Autumn Action Weekend, you will have the opportunity to shoot some of your events on the Friday RO day before the main Meeting.

For those wishing to stay on at Bisley for the weekdays between the Trafalgar Meeting and Autumn Action Weekend we will offer a discounted RO rate of 15 per night per person. Once confirmed as an RO, you may then contact Diane Sawyer at the NRA on 01483 797777 x 135 to book this direct.

Please spread the word at your local clubs as there may be less experienced ROs wishing to gain further experience and perhaps take up the opportunity to enter a competition or two!

We look forward to seeing you all during the Meetings.

Best wishes,

Sally Wilson
Deputy Head of Shooting and Training

Updated: 09-Sep-16 (Original posting: 09-Sep-16)
The 2016 Trafalgar Meeting - 15 & 16 October
The upcoming Trafalgar Meeting is a must in the Classic and Historic calendar, held at Bisley on the weekend of Saturday 15 and Sunday 16 October 2016.

This Meeting is full of character, with competitors seen entering into the spirit of the event and some wearing appropriate clothing for the firearms used at the time.

The guns being used attract attention especially when, what is basically a museum piece, can be seen in full operational glory. This offers the pleasurable opportunity to use, view and handle historical, classic and vintage arms. Museums and private collectors do preserve our heritage firearms, however practical use by shooters with knowledge of these guns adds another dimension. These firearms being shot across the ranges is a reminder of the history of their development, from flint muzzle-loader or matchlock, to breech-loading nitro cartridge firearms.

There is also something for the collector at the Arms Fair over the weekend - a good opportunity to search for those hard-to-find pieces of kit as well as to discover new items for a collection.

This year the annual Trafalgar Dinner will once again be held in the historic surroundings of The Canadian Pavilion, with a sumptuous offering of a three course meal with wine followed by coffee or tea, a glass of port and after dinner mints, all for only 16.50. Click HERE for more details and to book your places.

To download the entry form click HERE.

To download the full Classic & Historics Match Lists please click here to go to the downloads section

To ensure we can run all the events we do need additional RO support to back up our valued regular team of Range Officers. If you are able to offer some time, please complete the ONLINE FORM. We provide mileage payment and meals for all those working the event - thank you.

We look forward to welcoming you all to Bisley in October.

For all technical enquiries please use the link below to email Peter Ryder, Discipline Rep for Classic and Historic Arms.

Updated: 06-Sep-16 (Original posting: 06-Sep-16)
GR Nationals 2016 - Provisional Results

The NRA team were delighted to so many competitors taking part, and enjoying the GR Nationals at the weekend and was encouraged by a 13% increase in entries over last year (195 competitors compared with 172 in 2015). Initiatives such as the 'Introduction to GR' days help to encourage greater take up of GR&P and it is always good to see some new faces at Bisley.

To download the Provisional Results Click here

To download the Provisional Prizelist Click here

Deadline for challenges: Midday on Thursday 8 September after which time the confirmed Results and Prizelist will be published.

Updated: 01-Sep-16 (Original posting: 01-Sep-16)
Civilian Service Rifle (Winter League) - Sun 2 Oct
This popular CSR Winter League competition is running from October 2016 to April 2017. The Courses of Fire (CoF) for each individual match will be available nearer the event.

The first Winter League Match for 2016/2017 is on Sunday 2 October 2016.

Entries are now closed

Click here to download the CoF and paper entry form.

Confirmed dates for the full Winter League are:

5 November 2016

4 December 2016

7 January 2017

5 February 2017

4 March 2017

2 April 2017

For those new to Civ SR, we run 'Introduction to Civ SR' courses - the next available courses are on Sunday 25 September and Saturday 26 November 2016. 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, the Discipline Rep can answer any discipline or technical queries whilst Mark Bradley can answer any squadding queries.

Updated: 27-Sep-16 (Original posting: 24-Aug-16)
GB Team Announcement for Canada 2017

The following shooters have been selected to represent Great Britain in the matches in Canada 2017.

Chris Weeden
august 2016

To download and view the full list of team members Click here

Updated: 22-Aug-16 (Original posting: 22-Aug-16)
Historic Service Rifle Match - 1 October

The NRA are staging another Historic Service Rifle Match on the afternoon of Saturday 1 October. The following day, Sunday 2 October, sees the first match of the Civilian SR Winter League - so shooters may wish to combine both for an enjoyable weekend of challenging shooting!

The Historic SR Match is open to British SR in SR(a), in addition there is an All-Comers class for foreign SR. Prizes will be awarded for each class, according to the number of entries received.

The Course of Fire (CoF) is based on military practices shooting from standing, kneeling, sitting and prone. There are no Run Downs!

Targets will be a Fig 12 at 100 yds, then an NRA DP2 at 200 and 300 yds. The DP2 is a black & white target similar to a Fig 11, but will offer better target acquisition and sight picture than a standard brown/black Fig 11.The HBSA and LERA have been involved in the development of the event.

Prizegiving will follow shooting on range at approx 1730 hrs.

Click here to enter online Click here to download the Match Conditions.

Updated: 16-Aug-16 (Original posting: 16-Aug-16)
Cheshire Constabulary 100m Indoor Firing Range

The Cheshire Constabulary Training Centre located near Winsford has a new, state of the art, indoor range comprising 8 lanes with two targets per lane. I am pleased to announce that the range is now available to Home Office Approved Clubs that are affiliated to the NRA. Clubs intending to use the range must have appropriately qualified NRA RCO's and attend a range orientation. Clubs will be expected to have NRA insurance or similar.

The range operates 7 days a week from 0700 to 2200 and can be hired for 600 per day or 400 per half day. Calibres up to .458 WinMag are approved for use. The range supports low light shooting and provides an ideal environment for zeroing, load development and a variety of target shooting activity.

Further details are available on the Cheshire Constabulary website here

Nic Couldrey

Regional Ranges Manager

Updated: 16-Aug-16 (Original posting: 16-Aug-16)
NRA Black Powder/Muzzle Loading Certification Course - 20 Nov
The Black Powder (BP) Course will provide training in the safe and competent use of Black Powder/Muzzle Loading Firearms (ie Percussion Pistols, Black Powder Revolvers, Musket and Muzzle Loading Rifles). The course is open to all NRA members including those who do not currently hold an FAC, possess the appropriate firearm or hold the relevant disciplines on their Shooter Certification Card (SCC).

The course will involve both classroom and practical range work with expert coaching from national and international level shooters. Attendees will be assessed over the course of the day to add Muzzle Loading Pistol & Rifle to their NRA Shooter Certification Card, allowing them to hire Black Powder kits from the NRA Armoury using black powder substitutes.

Course Fees:

NRA Member: 95
Non NRA Member: 105
Under 25s receive a 40% discount

The course fee includes range fees, targets, individual coaching, ammunition and firearms.
Click here to download more information and the booking form.

Updated: 15-Aug-16 (Original posting: 15-Aug-16)
GB Veterans Rifle Team to New Zealand 2019

I have been honoured by the Council of the National Rifle Association with the captaincy of the GB Veterans Rifle Team to New Zealand in January/February 2019. Martin Townsend (GB & Ireland) has agreed to be the team's Vice-Captain and Jon Sweet (GB & Scotland) the team's Adjutant. The 2019 World Individual and Team matches are to be held at Trentham, and the duration of the tour is likely to be three weeks in late January/early February 2019.

All those eligible and interested in applying to be selected for this team should write to me at or via the NRA before October 31st 2016. To be eligible, applicants must be 60 years of age on or before the first day of the Veterans World Individual Championship, currently anticipated to be 30th January 2019. A short shooting CV should accompany your application.

John Webster
Captain, GB Veterans, NZ 2019

Updated: 10-Aug-16 (Original posting: 10-Aug-16)
NRA/MLAGB RCO Endorsement Course, Bisley, Sat 19 Nov 2016

This course is not designed to teach about muzzle loading, however the training will cover range management and all areas required to enable current NRA RCOs to add muzzle loading and black powder to their qualification.

Attendees are expected to have a good knowledge of all muzzle loading disciplines. The course will involve both classroom and practical range work.

Course Fees:

NRA/MLAGB Members - 95

Non-NRA/MLAGB Members - 105

Under 25s receive 40% discount

Click here to download further information and the booking form.

For all queries email

Updated: 09-Aug-16 (Original posting: 09-Aug-16)
Cottesloe Heath Challenge - NRA Shotgun League 8th Round - Results
131 competitors enjoyed the inaugural Cottesloe Heath Challenge on 30 & 31 July. The feedback indicated it was a highly successful event with the unique setting and challenging stages highlighted by all.

Please click here to download the results of the Cottesloe Heath Challenge (NRA Shotgun League 8th Round)

Updated: 04-Aug-16 (Original posting: 04-Aug-16)
2016 Imperial Individual Scores Available
UPDATED with this year's Imperial meeting scores. All scores from 1999 to 2016....Ever needed to look up your (or other's) scores from the Imperial Meeting?
Updated: 01-Aug-16 (Original posting: 01-Aug-16)
Phoenix Meeting 2016 - Medals now available for collection

Medals are now available for collection from NRA Reception.

These will remain at the NRA until the GR Nationals weekend (27-28 August) after which time those uncollected will be posted out.

Congratulations to all the prizewinners.

Updated: 27-Jul-16 (Original posting: 27-Jul-16)
TR Class List for 2017

Unfortunately, we had quite a few people making errors in their classifications for this years Imperial so for your guidance the 2017 list is now published.
We will also endeavour make it easy for people to look it up at the time of entry.

TR class List for 2017 Click Here

Updated: 25-Jul-16 (Original posting: 25-Jul-16)
DIO range at Beckingham now available for use by NRA clubs

I am pleased to report that the DIO range at Beckingham in Lincolnshire is now available for use by NRA affiliated clubs.
This follows the completion of work to repair damage caused by heavy rain.

Nicholas Couldrey
Regional Ranges Manager

Updated: 19-Jul-16 (Original posting: 19-Jul-16)
Approved Clubs - New Home Office Guidance

The Home Office has just published new guidance for Approved Rifle and Pistol Clubs; key changes include:-

Guest Members

We are pleased that the NRA's amendments have been accepted; the definition of "guest member" has been extended to include any member of another Approved Club; and visitors with a FAC or Visitor's permit.

This is helpful and will allow Approved Clubs greater opportunities to broaden the use of guest membership. For example guests who are members of another Approved Club or possess a FAC or Visitor's permit will not require one-to-one supervision, and may be invited to shoot in club competitions and events.

Clubs are required to notify the police of guest days only where the guest(s) are neither / nor members of another Approved Club or visitors with a FAC or Visitor's permit.

The NRA Club Insurance policy covers guest membership; we will review this cover at the end of this year in the light of these new regulations.

The long standing requirement for Clubs shooting at Bisley to notify the range office of guest days continue; this allows range staff to monitor the activities / supervision of shooters without NRA Shooter Certification Cards (NRA SCC).

For the avoidance of doubt all Club members (including all categories of guests) who shoot at Bisley and MoD ranges who do not have an relevant NRA SCC must be supervised on a one-to-one basis by a club member with a relevant NRA SCC or NRA qualified instructor.

Membership Application, Cessation of Membership, Attendance and Non-Attendance

Applications for new membership to be notified to the police must now include full name with date and place of birth.

An attendance register should be kept of all members; for those members with a FAC the register should include the calibre, type and serial number of the firearm(s) used and date used. The NRA's membership database has an online facility for members to record their shooting and includes a helpful print facility.

Clubs are required to notify the police if a membership ceases (within 1 month notice) or if the member has not shot (as soon as practicable and ideally within 1 month notice) with the club for a period of 12 months; the police will then check that FAC holders are still regularly using their firearms. This requirement does not extend to Guest Members.

Club Officers

Club officers are required to ensure they are aware of firearms laws relevant to the membership of the clubs and use their best efforts to ensure that all members remain of good character. The NRA's professional staff can provide advice; contact the membership department in the first instance.

The police have good intelligence regarding the conduct of FAC holders; this is not necessarily the case with members of Approved Clubs who do not possess their own FAC and clubs should remain alert to changes in these members' circumstances.

Ranges and Insurance

Approved clubs are expected to have access to a range deemed suitable to their approval (full bore, small bore and muzzle loading pistol); and have adequate financial arrangements (such as the NRA club insurance policy) in place to meet any injury or damage claim.

For full details of the new Home Office Guidance click here

Updated: 19-Sep-16 (Original posting: 18-Jul-16)
Banning of Lead in Ammunition

We are very pleased to report the recommendation from the Lead Ammunition, Wildlife and Human Health Group to ban lead in ammunition has been rejected by the Secretary of State.

This is good news for the shooting community and a direct result of many shooting organisations working productively together.

To see the letter from the Secretary of State Click here

Andrew Mercer
Group Chief Executive & Secretary General

Updated: 14-Jul-16 (Original posting: 14-Jul-16)
Imperial Historic Arms Meeting Results - 9 & 10 July 2016
Click here to download the results from the 2016 Imperial Historic Arms Meeting.

Medals and certificates will be posted out in due course.

Please make any challenges or queries via email to

Updated: 11-Jul-16 (Original posting: 11-Jul-16)
Rule 150 Enquiry

The NRA has concluded three investigations related to long standing concerns regarding Rule 150, in particular adherence to bore and chamber dimension regulations, associated matters relating to the relationship with the British Proof Authority, and the administration of rule changes.

Three independent projects were commissioned by the Trustees at the behest of General Council, namely:

(1) The NRA instructed Nicholas Doherty, a barrister with significant expertise on firearms matters, to advise on certain allegations of illegal activity made in respect of Rule 150. He has provided his Opinion to the NRA, in which he confirms that:

(a) neither implementing Rule 150 of the Rules of Shooting with an additional concession that is not referred to in the 1999 Memorandum nor allowing the use in competitions of rifles with reduced chamber dimensions as described in Rule 150 resulted in the NRA committing any offence under the Proof Acts, or breaching the International Proof Convention or breaching any duty it owes to its members; and

(b)a person does not commit an offence under the Proof Acts if he submits for proof-testing pursuant to the 1999 Memorandum, a firearm with non-standard dimensions but fails to certify the specific non-standard dimensions required to be certified to the Proof House under the 1999 Memorandum.

(2) The British Proof Authority carried out a set of tests, on behalf of the NRA, to test the effect of freebore distance on Mean Pmax for values from zero up to the maximum as used in CIP standard test barrels. These confirm that:

(a) The working pressure in a rifle which complies with Rule 150 does not exceed 4150 Bar, the maximum allowed by CIP, when used with NRA Specification issued ammunition

(b) No cartridge fired during the trials exceeded or even came close to 4772 Bar, the maximum pressure permitted by CIP for a single cartridge; and

(c) There is no ?spike? (sudden increase) in pressure when freebore becomes negative as has been claimed.

(3) The Council appointed two recently elected legally qualified Trustees, Alice Gran and David Lacey, to conduct an enquiry to review the manner in which the NRA has dealt with Rule 150 in connection with the British Proof Authority Memorandum of June 1999. Their main conclusions were:

(a) There was some lack of oversight in recording the nature and extent of changes to Rule 150

(b) There was no evidence that any competitor obtained an unfair advantage in competition as a result in the way that the NRA addressed compliance with Rue 150; and

(c) There was no suggestion that the NRA failed to comply with any requirement relating to safety

For the full reports click below

NRA Opinion of Mr Doherty - final version 30 June 2015 Click here
Rule 150 Report - Alice Gran and David Lacey - 20 June 2016 Click here
Proof House Trials 2015 Website Version Click here

Updated: 11-Jul-16 (Original posting: 11-Jul-16)
NRA Methuen Cup Match
A record 17 teams took part in the NRA Methuen Cup - 13 in Practical Class and 4 in Historic Class.

LERA A retained the title with a convincing win in the Historic Class, while the Highpower Rifle Association won Practical Class with a narrow victory over last year's winner, the LPSC.


1st LERA A 766
2nd North Herts RC 559


1st HRA 1319
2nd LPSC A 1306
3rd Saluza Scouts 1246

Updated: 04-Jul-16 (Original posting: 04-Jul-16)
British Commonwealth Meeting Results 2016
British Commonwealth RC Meeting results and now available via the link below
Updated: 04-Jul-16 (Original posting: 04-Jul-16)
NRA 2016 AGM Minutes and Reports

If you would like to download and read the Minutes and speeches from the 2016 AGM and General Council Meetings please select the appropriate link below.

To download the Chairman's AGM Speech 2016 Click here

To download the Chief Executive's AGM Speech 2016 Click here

To download the Treasurer's AGM Speech 2016 Click here

To download the Minutes AGM 2016 Click here

To download the General Council Minutes 20 02 2016 Click here

Updated: 30-Jun-16 (Original posting: 30-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)
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)
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)
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)
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)
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)
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)
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)
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 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)
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)
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)
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.


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)
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)


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)
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)
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)
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)
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


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)
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)
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)
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)
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)
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)
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)
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)
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)
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)
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