National Small-bore Rifle Association

The NSRA is the National Governing Body for all Small-bore Rifle and Pistol Target Shooting in the United Kingdom, including Airgun and Match Crossbow Shooting.

We are based at The Lord Roberts Centre, within the grounds of the National Shooting Centre, Bisley, Surrey.

2020 WWSSBRA Indoor Open Advert lowres

25 yards Indoor Open Meeting - Sunday 9th February 2020 at Chichester Rifle Club. Entries close 3rd February 2020 (late entries might be accepted). Benchrest and Small-bore Prone Rifle. Open to all.

The Cox Cup will be awarded to the highest scoring prone shooter across all classes. The Millennium Trophy will be awarded to the highest scoring prone shooter in class C or D based on a dropped points handicap. Medals will be awarded for first place in each class. Medals for second and third place in each class will be awarded provided there are enough entries.

Entries to Adam Cornbill promptly please - first come first served.
35 Rectory Road
Shoreham-by-Sea
BN43 6EB
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Small-bore Prone Rifle: 30 shots at 25 yards. Benchrest: 30 shots at 25 yards. All competitions will be fired concurrently and in accordance with NSRA rules unless stated otherwise.

Entry fees as detailed on the entry form.

Small-bore Prone Rifle:
Class A: 98.0 and over.    Class B: 95.5 – 97.9.    Class C: 93.0 – 95.4.    Class D: 92.9 and below.

Benchrest:
Class A: 97.0 and over.    Class B: 94.5 – 96.9.    Class C: 92.0 – 94.4.    Class D: 91.9 and below.