Here is our position relating to the HSE's Public Consultation on Lead in Ammunition.
Don't miss out on your chance to compete in the NSRA Aldersley Open (formerly NISC Open) and Geoff Partridge Memorial Trophy at NSRA Aldersley on 20th - 21st Jan 2024!
Closing date is 1st January 2024 or as soon as places have been filled.
Events with be shot on electronic targets, for further information please see the entry form below.
For all queries please email
The Gehmann Zero Magnification Dioptre has been passed for use by the ISSF. However, although these are used to correct vision problems, they do not constitute a single corrective lens under NSRA rules and therefore cannot be used in conjunction with an Eagle Eye.
NSRA Rules say:
8.4.3 A lens may be used attached to or forming part of the foresight………………………… The lens may not be used in addition to any other lens or system of lenses except a single prescribed sight-correction lens. The sight-correction lens may be either attached to the rearsight or worn by the shooter.
184.108.40.206 Aperture. A rearsight, including tube sights, which may, if so desired, have attached a single lens or system of lenses not containing an aiming point as a substitute for, or in addition to, prescribed spectacles.
The Gehmann Zero Magnification Dioptre isn’t a single, prescribed sight correction lens. It’s an adjustable, off the shelf, sight correction, multiple lens system and so would not be allowed in conjunction with an Eagle Eye.
It can, however, be used with a foresight that doesn’t contain and Eagle Eye.
If you are interested in being part of the NSRA 2024 National Pistol Squad, then check out this letter (see link below) from George Darling, Head Pistol Coach regarding the NSRA 2024 National Pistol Squad Selection!
If you're thinking of joining, do contact George and send your shooting CV via email to:
The NSRA are happy to announce that entries for the British Open Air-Gun Championship have now opened.
Held at the Lord Roberts Centre, Bisley on 24th and 25th February 2024 this is one of the highlights of the Air-Gun competition season and one you don’t want to miss!
Get your entry in early as the closing date is 15th December 2023.
Here's the results from day two of the NSRA ELEY Finals!
Congratulations to the winners and all competitors taking part, big thanks to our volunteers and staff and special thanks to our sponsors, ELEY! We were very glad Martyn Buttery was able to attend despite getting stuck at Munich an extra day due to a flight cancellation!
We've got a few pictures on our Socials, Facebook @NSRAOfficial and Instagram @nsrabisley but our professional Photographer, Eleanor will have photos of all the competitions and presentations on https://www.nsratheshorey.com/ within the next week so look out for those!!
10m Air Pistol
A great day's shooting for the NSRA ELEY Finals Day 1 with 10m Air Rifle Classes A - D, 20yd Air Pistol classes A - C, 3P, LWSR Timed Classes A - C and Cartridge Pistol (All Classes).
Here are the images of the results from the Results Board. They will be properly posted to Results next week.
Neil Almond has very kindly created a National Ranking for three of the Summer 2023 competitions, 100, 102 & 103. This took a good many hours due to the manual nature of the process, so we’d like to thank Neil very much for his time and effort in making this possible.
We're really looking forward to welcoming all the NSRA Eley competitors to the Lord Roberts Centre this weekend (14th & 15th October 2023).
Here is timetable 1 and 2.
At the GB Dewar Match on Saturday 8th July the GB Team shot a new Team record score of 7,854 and beat Team USA (7,773) by 81 points, winning the Dewar Match 2023!
Given the amazing performance of the Team, selection for the GB Dewar Team 2023 was clearly very tough this year, and to beat a GB Team record that had stood for almost 15 years (7,852 set in 2009) is a fantastic achievement.
Want to know what’s going on at Bisley?
Keep up to date with everything through our socials!
We’ll be posting full results and reports on our website as soon as we can after the event.
Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/NSRAOfficial
Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/nsrabisley
As many of the GB Dewar Team trialists slogged up, down and across our crowded motorways towards the Appleton Rifle Club Range in Cheshire, they may have been thinking,
“Is all this time, expense and hassle worth it?”
By the early evening of Saturday 10th July, they had their answer, as all had experienced the highs and lows of competing for a prized place as one of the GB Dewar Team members, and 20 had experienced the challenge and intensity of competing in the match itself.