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COMPETITIONS

Winter Leagues – We are extending the final shooting date in the hope that clubs will be able to complete the competitions if we move out of lockdown, the final shoot by date for all rounds will now be 30th June 2021.
Summer Leagues – We will be extending the Free Entry to the Summer competitions.Entries close 30th June. We hope that this will encourage shooters to participate in some shooting if clubs are able to open again. As with the Winter Leagues, these will consist of five rounds all to be completed by a final shoot by date of the 25th October 2021.

Please submit competition entries by email to the League Organiser, Paddy Hicks at: paddyhicks36@gmail.com
You should include the Club, Comp no (i.e. Comps 4 Ind Rifle) competitor and average and an address to send stickers to.

Scoring – In view of the pandemic situation shot cards for both the Winter and Summer Leagues should be scored locally, either by an NSRA qualified scorer or by way of a scoring App, and whilst we are only setting one shoot by date for all rounds, we would ask that scores are submitted as they are available to assist with collating results.

 

The organising body for small bore rifle and air gun target shooting in Surrey.

Surrey is the Home County of the National Shooting Centre at Bisley, including the headquarters of the National Small bore Rifle Association, the National Rifle Association and the Clay Pigeon Shooting Association.

Please submit any news of your Clubs, open competitions, notable achievements by your Members or shooting related items,  also queries or web faults to the webmaster  

Please note that the SCSBRA is not a Shooting Club in itself.  If you are interested in joining the sport, look at the Clubfinder for one close to your home address, see if they offer the type of target shooting that interests you, and contact them directly either by Email or via their website.  We may be able to offer advice if this approach is unsuccessful.  The National Smallbore Rifle Association is our Governing Body, and has a comprehensive Clubfinder on its website: www.nsra.co.uk

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