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National Rifle Association

1,000 - 1,200 yard Stickledown (electronic targets) Long Range day

Electronic targets Long Range event starting at 1,000 yards with fallbacks to 1,000 and 1,200. Click More Details Button for full information.

1,000 - 1,200 yard Stickledown (electronic targets) Long Range day
1,000 - 1,200 yard Stickledown (electronic targets) Long Range day

Time & Location

23 Sept 2023, 13:15 – 24 Sept 2023, 16:30

National Rifle Association, Kings Way, Bisley Camp, Brookwood, Woking GU24 0PB, UK

About the Event

11:00-1130 approx meeting up at the Range office car park for signing in and pre zeroing proving of rifles, as soon as we are all proved on a zero target then off to get lunch at the London & Middlesex club house.  Please be on range by 13:15 for range briefing (you can find out what range and lane(s) we are booked on via the notice board outside he range office, or via the link in the club's app the night before.

  • We will be shooting alongside a competition, so timings and distances will be entirely dictated by those competing.
  • However, for the first time in the club’s history, we will be starting at 1,000 yards and then falling back firstly to 1,100 yards and then finally all the way to 1,200 yards.
  • The increase from 1,000 may not sound much, but these are very challenging distances for the calibres that we shoot.
  • As a consequence, safety (as ever) will be paramount, and RO supervision will be closer than usual.
  • If you are not consistently on target at 1,000, you will not be permitted to shoot at 1,100.
  • If you are not consistently on target at 1,100, you will not be permitted to shoot at 1,200.
  • If you are not on target at any range, you should cease firing and seek advice from an RO - at 1,000 you may be asked to go and re-zero your rifle, but beyond that you may be asked cease fire for the rest of the shoot.

You can find the Range Regulations and specific Range Orders for all ranges on the National Shooting Centre website (or via the NSC Bisley Links page of our website).

Please note unless you are an NRA individual member you can only pre zero your rifle on the zero range under supervision of a club official Range Officer.

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