Air 3/89-18 (10 metre 5-spot air rifle) targets are now available for order online and stock will arrive in the NSRA Shop by Wednesday 5th December 2018. We will also now accept returns requests for Air 3/89 targets.
A reminder of the target returns procedure and associated conditions are included below.
Please remember we will only replace targets that:
As you may be aware, we have found errors in the printing of some of the NSRA targets. Together with our printer we continue to test all targets to ensure the specifications are correct and are releasing targets for sale as and when we are satisfied with their quality. We are continuing to deal with them in priority order based on their competition use and are still working hard with our printers to correct their printing issues.
The following targets were cleared for use in NSRA National competitions on the 14th November 2018:
What follows is an update on the current position with Winter Competitions and Targets as of 14th November 2018.
We have found errors in the printing of NSRA targets and are taking steps to rectify them.
Initially, a fault was found on the 2510BM/89 (25 yard 10 bull) targets. However, having looked at other targets we supply, it came to our attention that there are more targets affected.
Please see below details for the NSRA / ELEY Competition 2019 and the entry form for the event.
The last date to enter this competition is the 5th December 2018.
The Browne Martin Competition is open to club teams of five competitors from any NSRA affiliated club within the area covered by the Home Counties Co-ordinating Committee. Clubs may enter any number of teams. Entries close 1st November 2018.
Please complete the entry form below:
Dear NSRA Club,
The Offensive Weapons Bill is to be debated on Monday 15th October 2018. The following amendment, which is the new Clause 3 and which had been unsuccessful in the previous debate, has been re-tabled.
The proposed amendment, if accepted, will eliminate the use of Section 11(4) exemption, which is in wide use by NSRA affiliated clubs and organisations, including Scouts and Cadets. Many affiliated clubs benefit from the use of Section 11(4) exemption certificates issued by the NSRA. Any amendment to this valuable legislation will have a significant impact on the management of affiliated clubs and groups.
OFFENSIVE WEAPONS BILL AMENDMENT - ACT NOW
Despite previous assurances the Government has now changed their mind and are proposing to proceed with a ban on rifles with a muzzle energy of more than 10,000 ft lbs (13,600J). This will effectively ban .50 calibre target rifles.
Those who participate in target shooting sports other than with the calibres under threat, must understand that the proposed ban is predicated on risk assessment and is not evidence based. If successful, this will set a dangerous precedent for all target shooting sports and in the future will reduce the requirement for evidence based changes to firearms legislation.
Lincolnshire Small-bore Rifle Association are running a Club Coach Course on Saturday 27th - Sunday 28th October 2018 at Brocklesby Village Hall, Lincolnshire.
See attached for further details:
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