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Supplied by Nick Peters:
VERY cold indeed all week with snow falling on final day of aggregate!

 1961 Scottish Badges 008Photo credit: Ian Gray.

The WSRA Meeting on the 8th - 9th June 2019 is OPEN TO ALL. 50m Open/Confined Prone and 3P Championships held on electronic targets.

Details and entry forms can be obtained from This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or from the WSRA website www.wsra.co/news-items

Location: Tondu Ranges.

Please find attached the results for the first stage of the Eley Competition for the following disciplines:

A – 3 Position
B – Prone Rifle
F – 10m Air Rifle
G – 10m Air Pistol

Supplied by Nick Peters:
Cannon fire supplied by Dukes Private Army signals start of each days shooting.

1971 Blair Atholl

Supplied by Cyril de Jonckheere:
Three card system introduced 1964 or 1965 - not sure which. Prior to that Army carried target frames for 10 shot details at 25, 50 and 100.

Photo credit: P Richard.

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Supplied by Sinclair Bruce:

I remember Dumbarton in 1973, vividly!! There was so much rain the wooden ammo for which I was so proud to have (I was still a 14 year old junior) became so swollen I couldn’t get the ammo out of the blocks!!

Scottish Badges 008

Supplied by Nick Peters:

Extremely wet and windy-no X or A shooters made England Team but selection finally done on known performers after an uprising. Main marquee nearly collapses.

Photo credit: Ian Gray.

Supplied by Cyril de Jonckheere:

Last unsquadded meeting. It was so windy for the start of the week by Wednesday few people had shot their agg.

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Please click on this link to purchase a ticket:

nashIt is with great sadness that we have to announce the passing of Ken Nash.

Ken passed away on the night of Friday 22nd March 2019 in hospital.

More details will follow but our thoughts are with his wife and family at this time.

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