Recently there has been concern raised over the legislation surrounding the sale and purchase of firearms and the impact of rules such as section 11/4 exemption certificates.
The kind of questions asked and comments made have included:
- What's the deal with acquiring .22 rifles on exemption certificates?
- If acquiring off an individual, presumably they'll need to tell their local police they've disposed of a firearm.
- What happens at our end?
- Do we send a letter to the police with serial numbers etc?
- Keep a record of what we have got in a safe place?
- I've acquired ammo on one before, which is simple enough - RFD keep s a log of who he's sold it to, we keep a log of what we've bought, and which members we sell it to.
- What about firearms though?
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Calling all volunteers with an interest in Target Sprint please read on...
Shooting Science Seminar
1st April, Royal Society of Medicine, London
Take this unique opportunity to learn more about your sport.
This seminar is designed to inform any shooters interested in 'upping their game' about the latest techniques, equipment and thinking to help increase scores and improve performance.
You can attend in person and join in at the prestigious Royal Society of Medicine (great food!), or you can sign in online and watch at home on the day. It will also be available at any time for up to one month after the event.
You'd be an April Fool to miss it!
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The Competitions Team would like to congratulate Hampshire on their recent equal British Record score of 1980 ex 2000, this record was set when shooting the Inter-County Rifle League 2016/17.
They have equalled their own previous British Record from the 2008/09 season
The Home Office have launched an eight week public consultation regarding the proposed implementation of new fees for prohibited weapons, museum collections and approved shooting clubs.
The scope of the consultation sets out to seek the public's view on how best to implement powers to charge fees for firearms falling into the above categories and to enable the collection of such fees from the licence payer. It is anticipated that if the new proposals are passed the fees will come into force in 2017.
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New Year Honour for Services to the Sport of Shooting
The NSRA would like to congratulate James Quick, Honorary Secretary of Weybridge Rifle & Pistol Club on being awarded Medallist of the Order of the British Empire (BEM) in the 2017 New Years Honours List.
This is in recognition for James' services to the sport of shooting.
Important news for all FAC and RFD Certificate Holders. Please read the information below.
There is still time left to enter the NSRA Eley Competition 2017!
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