Please be aware that unless you have correctly completed and returned your club re-affiliation paperwork for 2016, your club will not be insured. We are unable to make any exceptions to this ruling as our underwriters will not accept claims made if the correct paperwork has not been submitted and received at our NSRA offices.
Please note that if you have already submitted your renewal paperwork, your club will be covered by our insurance, providing this is complete and correct. Any slight delay you may experience in receiving confirmation of your renewal is due to the Christmas / New Year break and the resulting volume of work we have to process.
To avoid unnecessary telephone calls and if you have yet to send in your renewal paperwork, please refer to the letter sent to you in October 2015, detailing the relevant forms for completion, the information required and the club renewal fee payable for 2016.
Thank you in advance for your co-operation and understanding during what is for us a very busy time of the year.
If you need another copy of the forms, all 2016 membership forms can be downloaded below:
The Metropolitan Police have asked us to post a short 20 question online survey, asking certificate holders for their feedback following any transaction they may have had (i.e. grant, licence renewal etc.) with the Licensing Authorities.
The survey should take no more than 5 minutes to complete.
Please note that the survey applies to Met certificate holders only.
Please complete the survey at the following link: http://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/FETLONDON
The NSRA Target Sprint Workshop is being held on Saturday 17th June 2017.
To register for this course you must hold the following qualification: NSRA YPS Tutor's Diploma (Air Rifle) or above.
We would like to offer our sincere apologies to the competitors and the families of those concerned for the omission of two key results tables in the current (Spring) edition 801 of 'On Target' magazine. We would also like to offer our sincere apologies for an error in the results table for the Men's Air Rifle competition.
These errorsare highly regrettable and we would like to emphasise that this was a genuine mistake made during the magazine compilation process. We have taken steps to ensure such omissions do not re-occur when preparing and editing articles for publication in future. Competitors were notified of all results by email on the 23rd March.
In addition to this notice, we will publish the missing results and correct results for Men's Air Rifle Competition in the next (Summer) edition 802 of the magazine.
Competition 17: British Sporter Rifle (Championship)
Competition 18: Sporter Rifle Standing (Competition)
Please click below for the results of the Competitions
Sevenoaks School located in Kent are looking to appoint a Head of Shooting.
Click below for the Head of Shooting Job Description. Applications are to be completed on the schools website: https://www.sevenoaksschool.org/support-vacancies/
Closing date is Monday 1st May 2017.
Maintenance works have been completed, thank you for your patience whilst this work was carried out, we apologise for any inconvenience caused.
There has been some slight amends to some departmental numbers as listed below
|Lord Roberts Centre||01483 485 522|
|LRC Range Booking||01483 485 522|
|NSRA Shop||01483 485 511|
|Membership||01483 485 502/503|
|Coaching & Development (YPS)||01483 485 504|
|Competitions||01483 485 540|
|Marketing||01483 485 531|
Following a preliminary postal round over the winter, eight qualifying teams from Clubs in the Home Counties met on the 25yard range at the Lord Roberts Centre on Sunday 12th March to compete for the Browne Martin Cup.
Please click below to see the results from the quarter final, semi final and final
Recently there has been concern raised over the legislation surrounding the sale and purchase of firearms and the impact of rules such as section 11/4 exemption certificates.
The kind of questions asked and comments made have included:
- What's the deal with acquiring .22 rifles on exemption certificates?
- If acquiring off an individual, presumably they'll need to tell their local police they've disposed of a firearm.
- What happens at our end?
- Do we send a letter to the police with serial numbers etc?
- Keep a record of what we have got in a safe place?
- I've acquired ammo on one before, which is simple enough - RFD keep s a log of who he's sold it to, we keep a log of what we've bought, and which members we sell it to.
- What about firearms though?
Please click below to read more information
British Shooting need your help ...
Calling all volunteers with an interest in Target Sprint please read on...
Shooting Science Seminar
1st April, Royal Society of Medicine, London
Take this unique opportunity to learn more about your sport.
This seminar is designed to inform any shooters interested in 'upping their game' about the latest techniques, equipment and thinking to help increase scores and improve performance.
You can attend in person and join in at the prestigious Royal Society of Medicine (great food!), or you can sign in online and watch at home on the day. It will also be available at any time for up to one month after the event.
You'd be an April Fool to miss it!
To read more click here
Are you a world class coach who can lead a team of coaches and athletes to deliver world leading performances? Click below to see the latest British Shooting Vacancies
The Association has a special discounted price for individuals joining the NSRA for the first time as an Annual or Junior Annual Member, together with a bounty for the new member's club.