We are delighted to confirm our new online GoMembership Platform is now live offering you the means to manage your renewal more efficiently without paperwork!
To use the portal simply logon to HERE, gain access by resetting your password and get immediate access to your details and records.
Your login username to the Online Membership system is the email address you have registered with the NSRA.
You can use your username to request a password reset where you will gain access to the system.
Renewing your membership couldn’t be easier as everything can be done online, including secure payment. By using GoMembership, you will now be in control of your data and can update your information at any time. Time and time again this year we have heard so many of you voice frustrations about keeping in touch with us and your own membership, often at times when clubs and shooting organisations have been closed during lockdown.
This is now a thing of the past. In order to make this as easy as possible, we have a member’s/club administrator’s user guide for your reference. This covers the steps needed to renew your membership to the NSRA. The guide can be accessed via this link below.
You might have already received the annual renewal pack or you may have renewed already but if not, now is the opportunity to do so online and enjoy the immediate benefits our new membership platform can offer. We would also like to offer you an EXCLUSIVE INCENTIVE to renew online before 18 December 2020.
In addition to the new NSRA membership platform we are launching NSRA Rewards offering members and club administrators the opportunity to save literally £100’s on retail purchases, online goods and services, holiday bookings, dining out and many more. For a sneak preview visit www.nsrarewards.co.uk to see examples of what’s available. Even if you are a not a member of the NSRA, you can sign-up to the Reward Scheme.
If you wish to sign up to the NSRA Reward Scheme then you can do this through https://nsra.azolve.com/ using your username.
“Paper Renewal” will effectively cease as of 5 December 2020 so if you renew online by 18 December 2020 and sign-up to the NSRA Reward scheme, the first 50 registrations ** will be absolutely FREE for you to start saving money from 9 December! If you are lucky enough to be in the first 50 enrolments by 18 December 2020, you will receive a refund on your £5 payment.
We have been stressing for some months our commitment to change and become an NGB fit to represent you in the 2020’s and beyond. In fairness you have been telling us for a lot longer! This is the first step but a major one in modernising the NSRA so please take advantage of this opportunity by signing up today CLICK HERE and don’t forget if you do so by 18 December and in the first 50 enrolments you will start saving money with NSRA Rewards.
If you are not an existing NSRA Members or Affiliated Club but would like to join then CLICK HERE and use the Join Now button.
Welcome to a new MEMBERSHIP AND AFFILIATION EXPERIENCE and thank you for your continued support of the NSRA
NSRA Membership Team
** NSRA Employees and Board Members are excluded from this offer
Following the announcements this week concerning what restrictions will apply from 3rd December onwards under the new 3 Tier system we have our updated our guidance accordingly. The following links and information now replace previous posts. This applies to England with regional advice available from the relevant devolved agencies in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. We will of course publish details of any further updates or clarifications that are forthcoming over the next few weeks.
UPDATE: Following questions about individual shooting in the latest NSRA Tier Guidance, it appears that this has been misinterpreted by some as meaning only one person may use the range at one time. This is not the case. “Individual Shooting Only” means one shooter per firing point per time slot allocated by the club’s booking system. There must be no spotters, assistants or spectators on that firing point at the same time unless it is someone from the same support bubble. It means there must be no group activity, which for the majority of disciplines, is the manner in which we already shoot.
The shooting centre at Aldersley will remain closed until 4th January 2021.
Although the facility could open for individual shooting, the centre relies heavily on groups which cannot be admitted under the current Tier 3 restrictions.
For this reason the decision was made for the centre to remain closed.
This consultation seeks views on a range of firearms safety issues which were raised with the government during the passage of the Offensive Weapons Act 2019. It contains proposals for how the law might be changed to mitigate the risks raised by these issues. It includes proposals for further, targeted controls on the security of air weapons and access to them by under-18s in England and Wales.Firearms law is kept under review to ensure it addresses emerging risks to public safety. This consultation seeks views on the following firearms safety issues which were raised with the Government during the passage of the Offensive Weapons Act 2019 through Parliament:
High muzzle energy rifles
Miniature rifle ranges
Components of ammunition
For more information and to participate https://www.gov.uk/government/consultations/firearms-safety
British Shooting have published the results of some interesting research into the benefits the Talent/Performance Pathway delivers for disabled shooters. It makes for interesting reading and will provide great encouragement to everybody involved in the sport with some positive news in this troubled year.
Throughout this year we have listened very carefully to your ideas and suggestions about how the NSRA needs to moderrnise. One of the most frequently mentioned topics is the need to renew and manage your Membership or Club Affiliation online. It is with great excitement we can announce our new Membership system will go live in early December and here is a taster of just some of the benefits you can expect. More information will follow shortly, including details of our new NSRA Rewards Scheme, so we look forward to improving our service to everybody associated with the NSRA. We believe this step is a turning point in how we communicate and work with our Members and Clubs and one you can start using straightaway for this year’s Renewal. We hope we have provided you with some positive news as this turbulent year draws to a close.
Thank you to everybody who has applied to attend this year’s virtual AGM which will take place at 12.00 on Saturday 28 November. We will be contacting successful applicants next week (commencing 23 November) to confirm arrangements including how to join the meeting. We will accommodate as many of you as possible to maximise the attendance. Please also note details of the rearranged Shooting Council were posted earlier this week (now taking place on Saturday 30 January 2021)
Amend: We are pleased to confirm our Zoom account will be upgraded to ensure everyone who wishes to attend the AGM can do so.
The NSRA wishes to apologise to all members for the following errors in the current annual report:
Shooting Council: John Buchanan is named as the observer for the Scottish SRA on the shooting council. We deeply regret any distress caused to Mr Buchanan’s family and friends by naming him in this role long after his passing. The SSRA also took part in the merger that formed Scottish Target Shooting more than two years ago.
International Committee: This committee has not met for several years since its role is largely fulfilled by British Shooting. We wish to thank all of those who supported this committee when it was active. As part of the modernisation of the NSRA the roles and structures of its committees will be reviewed in the near future.
Welcome to what is hoped will be a regular update from the world of NSRA Target Crossbow.
In the recent survey of shooting habits etc, 82 of you indicated that they took part in crossbow in some way or other. We would like to support this participation and increase our number by providing opportunities for you to take part in competitions and hopefully in the future take part in European and World events.