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Please note that at present, all of our membership categories are fully subscribed, and as such we are unable to induct new members to the club. If you are interested in joining, please check back in a few months to see if membership has re-opened.
The Benchrest Challenge Shield has been established through the efforts of several Benchrest shooters, and which will be awarded annually by NISSU to the shooter with the highest aggregate score from the Winter Benchrest Series.
This competition series is currently based on three events, which take place at Dungannon RPC, Downshire RC and East Antrim RPC. This is the second year that the series has been running, although the Challenge Shield is being presented for the first time. Read more
Dungannon Outdoor Range, Annaginny Road, Dungannon.
Saturday 27th July 2013, 10am
50m Prone Match
(60 shots; prizes in classes, according to entry)
50m Prone Final
(to commence at 1pm – top 8 shooters from the prone match)
50m Benchrest Match
(60 shots; prizes in classes, according to entry)
Entry Fee £10 (£5 Juniors & Over 65s)
FREE BBQ PROVIDED BY NICWSSA
Entries taken on the morning, please arrive early to commence shooting at 10am sharp. Enquiries to Ryan Mills on 07805 222 222 or email@example.com
The committee would like to extend to our sincere thanks to all those who entered the various competitions, and for the generous donations made by a number of people during the week. We sincerely appreciate the support received over the four days and trust that everyone had an enjoyable time at East Antrim.
We would also like to extend our warmest thanks to Myrtle & Nora who provided a superb range of hot & cold meals/snacks throughout the competition, and thanks must also go to the scorers, range officers, statisticians, administrators, helpers and to those who keep the club grounds in such good order.
Prizes will be awarded subject to class entries and will be distributed at a prize giving dinner/BBQ which will be held later in the year (date to follow).
The full results can be downloaded by clicking HERE
Just a quick reminder to all members of the club about of one the most prestigious sporting rifle competitions in the country offering the most valuable of trophies – The Flash in the Pan.
This competition will take place on Tuesday 21st May starting at 7pm. It consists of a 60 shot match – 30 shots precision and 30 shots turning targets. This is a great competition and a chance to have a practice before the Open Shoot in June.
The cost is £3 per head with all monies being “donated” going into the Al’s Charity Box – local charity to be decided later in the year.
This is a club competition so come along and support it. If you are coming, send me a wee email by clicking HERE and let me know so I have a rough idea of numbers and how many buns to buy!!
Thanks and see you then.
The round 2 results & final qualifiers of the 2013 NSRA/Eley competition have been released. Click HERE to download a copy of the results.
Congratulations to all of you who have qualified for the finals, and commiserations to those of you who didn’t make the finals especially those who missed out by only one point.
NSRA Rules and Regulations – 2013
The new edition of NSRA Rules and Regulations came into effect on 1 April 2013 and the only changes compared with the 2012 edition are in section 4 (Shooters with Physical Disabilities). The principal change covers the introduction of standard conditions on Dispensation Certificates and the ability at add special conditions and time limits in individual cases. Other changes remove the need for applications to be submitted in duplicate and update cross references to international rules. The new edition is available HERE.
BASC challenges unacceptable NI firearms licensing delays.
Lengthy delays in firearms licensing in Northern Ireland are unacceptable and must be dealt with according to the UK’s largest shooting organisation, the British Association for Shooting and Conservation (BASC).
BASC NI is aware of cases which have taken more than a year before a decision is made and others which have taken several months. Delays are affecting both first-time applicants and those who have held a firearm certificate for a number of years. One gamekeeper with forty years’ experience waited for more than seven months to hear if he would be granted a different calibre rifle for fox control.
Click HERE to read the full article on the BASC website
The Annual General Meeting of the Ulster Counties East Smallbore Shooting Association (UCESSA) will be held on Tuesday 16th April 2013 in Comber Rifle Club’s indoor range, Railway Street, Comber at 8 p.m. sharp.
All Members of Affiliated Clubs within the Association area are entitled (and are more than welcome) to attend and participate in the business of the Meeting, but only two representatives from each Club will be permitted to vote for the election of Office-Bearers.
(S. Ward, Hon. Sec)
(1) Minutes of the 2012 A.G.M.
(2) Matters arising from these Minutes
(3) Chairman’s Report
(4) Secretary’s Report
(5) Treasurer’s Report
(6) Adoption of revised Constitution and Bye Laws
(7) Election of Officers and Committee
(8) Presentation of Ulster Counties Trophies and Medals for 2012 season.
Just to let you all know that your targets for the Ulster Counties Summer Leagues are made ready and left out on the large table in the air gun range.
The first round would need to be shot on or before 26/04/2013.