Bronze for Ken Parr and Seonaid McIntosh in the 50m Prone Mixed Pairs at the European Championships in Bologna. Congratulations to both from the NSRA.
The World Masters was held in Suhl, Germany recently and Waldek Mickiewicz of the NSRA Senior Pistol squad took first place in the 10m Air Pistol in this inaugural event.
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The following was stolen during a burglary at my Hereford workshop on 4th September 2019:
Steyr Hunting 5 Auto .177 air rifle s/n 32464
Walther LG300 .177 air rifle s/n 34256
Walther LG300 .177 air rifle s/n 39577
Steyr LP10 .177 air pistol s/n 719191
Feinwerkbau P70 .177 air rifle s/n not known
Stock hand painted with Unicorn theme in blue and pink
Cottingham Rifle Pistol and Air Weapons Club is located in the village of Cottingham on the western outskirts of Hull, East Yorkshire. On the first Sunday in July, Cottingham Day is organised by the Parish Council and a team of volunteers to bring the village a fun-filled day out. It consists of a funfair, entertainment, activities for all ages, stalls and much more.
Notice of Cancellation
It is with great regret that this Championship event is to be cancelled due to poor entry numbers.
An entry of only 23 is a very disappointing response from the Association's pistol shooting membership.
Given that the 2017 Championship was cancelled with only 73 entries it can be seen that a mere 23 entries this year means that the event could never be given "Championship" status.
Four members of Blackburn Rifle & Pistol Club and Blackburn Acoustic Rifle Club were invited to the “Talking Sport” programme on BBC Radio Lancaster. The programme is available to listen again on BBC Sounds https://bbc.in/2zHPl5z
Scottish shooter Seonaid McIntosh has won silver in 10m Women’s Air Rifle at the ISSF Rio World Cup 2019. The NSRA congratulate Seonaid on her achievement, the first silverware in air rifle at a World Cup for 20 years. Read more at: British Shooting