The quality control of NSRA Targets is continuing and NSRA staff are working hard to correct the issues created by the printers. We are attempting to keep everyone informed of progress via the website and are happy to answer questions from clubs, associations and individuals enquiring about targets and the effect it is having on their competitions.
The majority of people are being very supportive through this process and are appreciative of the difficult situation and the degree of time and effort it is taking to correct. However, a small number of people are contacting NSRA members of staff and behaving in an inappropriate way.
Abuse of staff of any kind whether by email, telephone or in person will not be tolerated.
We understand the frustration that this problem is causing for our clubs and individual members but please try to understand our position and the effort that the staff are putting in on your behalf.
At the Surrey County Small-bore Rifle Association annual prize giving in December, a magnificent silver trophy was presented for Short Range Benchrest Teams in the Surrey League.
Jon Martin, Team Captain Carmarthenshire Scouts presents Rhys Price, Black Ox ESU with a silver medal in the Senior Pistol Competition at their Christmas gathering. A proud moment for our Explorer Scouts. Photo credit: Andrew Davies.
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Active Lincolnshire is one of 49 County Sports Partnerships based across the country whose role is to develop and support physical activity across their county.
A British Shooting Talent Assessment day for the World Class Programme (Paralympic) took place in October and welcomed some strong emerging talent.
Expressions of interest were requested from our network of ‘Disability Hub Clubs’ and referrals from ‘Discover Your Gold’ (a multi-sport talent identification campaign) and 12 shooters were invited to attend a talent assessment day at Stoke Mandeville Stadium.
The purpose of the day was to identify shooters who fit the profile to be able to access and benefit from one of the programmes underpinning the Paralympic Programme Pathway. The assessment delivered a comprehensive programme of skills evaluation, classification assessment and lifestyle interview.