Follow the shooting competitions at the Youth Olympic Games in Buenos Aires which brings together talented young athletes aged 15 to 18 from over 200 countries around the world.
Seonaid has achieved a top 10 place in the ISSF world ranking of shooters for 50m Rifle 3 Positions Women.
The 52nd ISSF World Championships in all events took place in Changwon, Republic of Korea from the 31st August through to the 15th September 2018. British shooters achieved some remarkable performances. See below a report from Donald McIntosh.
Unfortunately we have had to temporarily suspend the sales of many of our popular targets while we investigate a variety of quality assurance issues related to the printing of the targets.
We are working to quickly have these targets back on sale and minimise the disruption caused. We apologise for the inconvenience.
Postal competition deadline extensions will be made if necessary.
The 2018 Target Sprint GB Festival includes the first running of the ISSF Target Sprint World Tour 2018: British Open Along with the Confined and Open Great Britain Championships and National Series Final 2018.
The first two sections effectively cut off the feeders to our sport by seeking to prohibit anyone under 18 taking part in shooting except as a member of a club.
This provides a major threat not just to the association but to all shooting sport. Many thousands of young people shoot on private ground either taking part in vermin control or informal target shooting. It is done quite safely and with no danger to themselves or the public. They have often learnt safety and marksmanship from their parents.
The Army Target Pistol Championships were held at Bisley recently with participants experience ranging from novice to experienced.
All entrants received two days of coaching and range time prior to the event so that everyone had the best chance to win in their category. For regular updates or follow us on Twitter @Troops_2_Target
Amendment to the Firearms Rules 1998
This is to inform you about the following amendment to the Firearms Rules 1998 in relation to lost and stolen firearms. From the 16th October 2018, the Firearm and Shotgun Certificate conditions will change. The current wording of the firearm condition is as follows:
The holder of this certificate must inform the Chief Officer of Police by whom the certificate was granted within 7 days of the theft, loss or destruction in Great Britain of the certificate and/or the theft, loss, deactivation or destruction of any firearms and/or the theft or loss of ammunition to which this certificate relates.
Congratulations to our British shooters who competed in Changwon, South Korea and who represented GB under the most testing of competitive conditions.
The medalling successes are shown in the attached results table, with Seonaid McIntosh achieving a Gold in the 50 metre prone rifle. This success was further enhanced with a team bronze in the prone 50 metre women’s event, with Seonaid and Jennifer McIntosh, together with Zoe Bruce taking the podium.