Photo credit: Scottish Small-bore Rifle Association.
The range at Lauder, set in the grounds of Thirlestane Castle, is the ideal setting for the NSRA Scottish Rifle Meeting. Many shooters have provided constructive feedback regarding improvements. The Rifle Committee have listened to the points raised by competitors and because this is the 100th Meeting we have sanctioned the below range improvements:
We look forward to welcoming you to Lauder and feel sure you will enjoy the event.
The NSRA are looking to select a small number of members to become part of a new NSRA Legislation Working Group. These will be volunteer positions and those selected will assist the association in its continuing fight against legislative changes that could damage our sport.
If you have a good understanding of the current firearms legislation and would like to become a part of the NSRA Team, please send in an outline of your knowledge and experience in this area and why you think you could help.
Article credited to: Danny Law, The Press & Journal, Aberdeen Journals Ltd. Photograph by Kenny Elrick.
The NSRA would like to congratulate Lucy Thomas from the Carmarthen Rifle & Pistol Club on her latest achievement. Lucy won the Stradey Centenary Cup in December 2018 at the Brin Isaac Awards. 2018 was the 68th annual Brin Isaac Awards.
The Stradey Centenary Cup has been awarded to 21 different sports including cricket, athletics and judo. Lucy is the first pistol shooter to be awarded the cup.
The Great Britain Team for the 2019 Dewar Match will be selected following the trial held at Appleton Rifle Club, near Warrington, on Saturday 15th June 2019. Those who have already qualified for the trial include the top 40 shooters in the Class X or Class A Championship Aggregate at the 2018 Rifle Meeting, the qualifying score being 2,673. Also qualified are the top eleven shooters in the Scottish Meeting Grand Aggregate 2018 who did not enter the Bisley Grand Aggregate.