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Dates for the 2018 Championships:
|British Open Airgun Championship||April 13 - 15|
|50 Metre Championship||June 1 - 3|
|Benchrest Short Range Competition||June 9|
|Benchrest Championship||June 10|
|Scottish Championship||June 30 - July 6|
|Bisley Championship||August 11 - 19|
|Eley Finals||October 12 - 14|
The 131st International Olympic Committee (IOC) Session in Lima - on proposal of the IOC Executive Board - has confirmed the place of Shooting in the sports programme of the Olympic Games 2024.
The wait is finally over and here is the full video from the Roberts Trophy Match verses the USA at Bisley 2017...
We are aware that following an adjournment debate in Parliament on the use and control of airguns, the Minister for Policing and Fire Service, Nick Hurd has undertaken to review the regulation of air weapons in England and Wales.
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We have been informed that three new Air Rifle Target Shooting Clubs have opened in Lincolnshire.
Click below to get the details for Yarborough Target Shooting Club, Skegness Target Shooting Club and Grantham Target Shooting Club.
Steyr LP50 and Variants:
Section 5 Firearms
Following discussions with our local Head of Firearms Licensing, it is confirmed that the Steyr LP50 air pistol does not have a self-loading mechanism and therefore in their opinion does not constitute a prohibitive weapon under Section 5 (1) of the Firearms Act 1968.