The squad of 20 plus 3 officials is travelling out on Monday 25th July and will return between 6th and 8th August.
The GB Team of 10 plus 2 reserves will be selected from the highest scoring individuals in the first 2 days of the US National Championships.
The Pershing Team Match will be held on the 3rd of August. The US Nationals and the Pershing Match itself will be held at Camp Atterbury in Indiana.
A new shooting club has opened its doors for enthusiasts with sight conditions.
Members of the fast-growing Wolverhampton based charity Eye Can launched the activity as part of efforts to improve the activities available for the blind and visually impaired.
Your club could access a £7 million pot with up to £10,000 available in match funding for Crowdfunder projects, as part of a Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games package to help community sport and physical activity groups improve places and spaces across the country.
The NSRA puts shooters first, including those members of our community who are disabled. We are proud to shoot alongside members with disabilities while promoting and protecting their shooting rights. As one participant put it at British Shooting’s ‘Disability Shooting Taster Day’ at Bisley: “It is a sport for all in that anybody, any ability, any disability, any age, there are no boundaries.”
Norway defeated the United States to win gold in the men's air rifle team event at the International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) Grand Prix in Granada.
Target Sprint has grown domestically and internationally such that it sits alongside the other ISSF disciplines of Rifle, Pistol, and Shotgun. Accordingly, British Shooting is launching a Target Sprint Development Pathway to align with these other disciplines.
The Development Pathway sessions are to be held at the National Shooting Centre, - Lord Roberts Centre, Queens Road, Bisley, Brookwood, Woking, GU24 0NP.
The aim of the Development Pathway is to facilitate athlete progression in the ISSF discipline of Target Sprint in accordance with the overriding objective of the British Shooting ACF document at ‘Development level’, across all ISSF disciplines.
Here are some pictures from a successful first day of Eley batch testing at the Lord Roberts Centre.
The NSRA has just received information that the Health and Safety Executive have opened their 6-month public consultation on lead in ammunition.
We are currently studying the documents, and consulting with other organisations and will issue advice and guidance as soon as possible.
The consultation closes on 6th November 2022.
At the EGM held on 30th April 2022, amendments to the Articles of Association were considered and approved unanimously. The new Articles came into immediate effect and can be seen HERE.
The purpose of the amendments were to enable the Association to make greater use of internet technology in two areas. The first group of amendments allow official notices to be issued by electronic means, such as email or posting on the website, in addition to the existing methods, such as publication in On Target.
The second group of amendments allow General Meetings to be held in one of three ways: