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This Easter, here's the key information you need to know about our Easter weekend opening hours:

  • The NSRA Shop and the Lord Roberts Centre will be open on Good Friday, Saturday and Easter Sunday from 9.00 until 16.00 each day.
  • Café 1901 will be open 8.00 - 15.00 each day
  • On Easter Monday the NSRA Shop, Lord Roberts Centre and Café 1901 will be closed.

  • NSRA Aldersley will maintain normal opening hours across the Easter Weekend.

From the 19th April the NSRA Shop in Bisley will be open 6 days a week from Tuesday to Sunday 09.00 to 16.00.

The online entry form for the Long Range Bench Rest Postal Championship 2022 is now available online.

The course of fire is 40 shots at 50 metres, shot on the entrants’ home range during May with the top 20 shooters progressing to a Postal Final.

The competition is open to all (non-NSRA members need to create a login but are not required to sign up for NSRA membership).

There is a £15.00 entry fee and entrants will have the opportunity to win both cash and ammunition prizes.

We would like to thank Lapua for sponsoring this event.

Find out more and sign up: https://nsra.justgo.com/workbench/public/events?ref=B090E81B3039B9A06FA1EDB13D0AE99FF3E0DDBB

Entries close 27th April.

At the meeting of the Shooting Council on 26th March 2022, a small number of changes to NSRA Rules and Regulations were agreed, and they are effective from 1st April 2022. A fully revised edition is available.

The changes only affect Rules 8.15.3 and 8.15.4 and deal with firing point procedures for deliberate and rapid fire rifle shooting respectively. The changes spell out arrangements for the conduct of shooting, based on current practice at NSRA National Meetings.

There will be some exceptions where the amended rules will not apply, in particular in three position and air rifle shooting, where competitions are being run in accordance with ISSF Rules rather than NSRA Rules.

Ahead of the Bisley Centenary summer celebrations, we are running a special Offer for Clubs, County Associations and all Shooting Organisations for the Century Range 13th – 20th August 2022.

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Orders to be placed by 31st March 2022, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Payment due by 30th April 2022

*If you require private catering ie breakfast, buffet lunch or other refreshments please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Here’s all you need to know about entering the Bisley 100, where we celebrate 100 years of excellence in shooting at our National Championships.

We are pleased to announce that entries for the Bisley 100 are now open!

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You can now enter to join us for the centenary of our National Championships, where we will be crowning new competition winners, celebrating our past, and welcoming everybody back to Bisley after the two-year COVID-19 hiatus.

The Lord Roberts Centre is hosting the next round of Eley batch testing. This will take place between the 12th-14th May 2022.

The batch testing will take place:

  • Thursday/Friday 0900-1730
  • Saturday 0900-1630

One-hour slots are available ie. 10 batches x 10 shots plus 3 x 10 shots for best 3 (please note one rifle per slot).

To book a slot email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or telephone 01483 485508.

There’s a hat trick of medals for GB in the Target Shooting international calendar today as Amber Hill and Ryan Cockbill impress in their respective competitions.

Amber, who was competing in her first international of the season following the disappointment of missing out on Tokyo 2020 due to Covid last year, won gold on her return at the ISSF World Cup in Cyprus.

While some 2,000 miles away in Norway, Paralympic rifle shooter, Ryan, secured R4 silver at the WSPS 10m European Championships.

Those two individual medals were capped off with a team silver medal in Norway from R4 shooters, Ryan Cockbill, James Bevis and Tim Jeffery.

Amber Hill has won gold on her return to international competition at the ISSF World Cup in Cyprus. 

The 24-year-old has come back fighting since she was forced to miss out on the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games due to Covid.

And the World Cup in Nicosia was certainly a mark of intent from the Bracknell shooter, who was in fine form right the way through qualification, the semis, and medal match.

There are some changes in the type of targets that may be used for NSRA Competitions:

2022 BR Summer Postal Leagues

  • Top 2 divisions MUST use the 10 spot (50M10BR17 – 18)
  • Lower divisions we recommend the use of the 10 spot target, but the 2 spot (MM12C BR15 – 18) can be used if necessary.

2022 BR Championships (Postal)

  • All competitors MUST use the 10 spot (50M10BR17 – 18)

2023 BR Competitions

  • From 2023 the 2 spot (MM12C BR15 – 18) will no longer be used for NSRA Competitions. All shooting must be carried out on the 10 spot (50M10BR17 – 18) target. The target will still be available as some local competitions still use this target.

Organisations affected by the recent storms can apply for up to £15,000 from the Sport England Storm Relief Fund.

Storm-damaged facilities could soon be back up and running thanks to Sport England's new Storm Relief Fund.

Organisations with facilities – such as clubhouses, courts and pitches – affected by the recent storms can now apply for grants of up to £15,000 from the emergency storm damage option to of Sport England's Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Activity Fund.

Join us for the next NSRA scorer course. We’ll be covering all aspects of scoring. The day will include an interactive slide presentation, a practical scoring session and a Q&A session. All course entrants will receive a folder containing handouts and course materials. If you successfully complete the course you will receive a certificate by post from the NSRA to recognise your certification as an 'NSRA Grade 'C' Scorer Qualification'.

Where: Clubhouse, Sywell Range

When: 0930hrs (for 1000hrs start) to 1600hrs Saturday, April 9th 2022

Duration: 1-day course

The annual British Airgun Championships, BOAG took place in the Lord Roberts Centre at Bisley Camp over the weekend of the 26th-27th February 2022.

It was tremendous to welcome all of the competitors back into the centre following a difficult few years as a result of the Covid pandemic.

We would like to say a huge thank you to all of the volunteers whose tireless commitment made the event a resounding success and to our sponsors which included Bluefin Insurance for their support throughout the competition.

To see all of the images from the weekend, please visit the NSRA Facebook page where you will find a huge selection of images taken by photographer Andrew Moss.

To download and view all of the results across the disciplines and groups, please head to the competition results pages of our website.

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