The results of the 2019 NSRA / ELEY Finals (12th and 13th October 2019) are available to view at the following link: NSRA / Eley 2019
Peter Mann being presented with his 'I shot 100' commemorative tumbler by Michael Chapman following the hugely successful Scottish Centenary Meeting held at Lauder this summer. We look forward to seeing you in 2020.
As a result of having qualified Target Sprint Leaders and a connection to shooting and running expertise, British Shooting have awarded Target Sprint Isle of Wight TSA with official Hub status. For results and images visit Facebook, @Target Sprint Isle of Wight TSA.
Photo credit: British Shooting.
Photo credit: Angus Williamson.
SECTION 11(4) OF THE FIREARMS ACT 1968 (AS AMENDED)
The Section 11(4) exemption is widely used by clubs and organisations affiliated to the NSRA to assist in the proper and effective management of clubs and organisations. The exemption provides the flexibility to clubs and organisation to allow for recruitment of new members, to introduce newcomers to the sport of target rifle shooting and to provide effective, safe management of the clubs and organisations. The text of Section 11(4) is shown below.