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Sun, 28 Apr


Short Siberia, National Shooting Centre

200 yard Short Siberia (electronic and manual targets) Short Range

Full and Probationary Members only event. 2 x lanes (one with electronic targets for fullbore rifles only, one manually marked for .22 LR - members using that lane will need to take turns marking the target).

200 yard Short Siberia (electronic and manual targets) Short Range
200 yard Short Siberia (electronic and manual targets) Short Range

Time & Location

28 Apr 2024, 13:15 – 29 Apr 2024, 16:00

Short Siberia, National Shooting Centre, Kings Way, Bisley Camp, Brookwood, Woking GU24 0PB, UK

About the Event

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 have one lane with an electronic target, and one lane that will require manual marking.

Range Officer: Henk Kapma

Range Assistant: Paul Banks

Ensure that pre zeroing is undertaken prior to this (NB: distance allows bore-sighting of fulbore rifles on range as an alternative - please seek advice from the Range Officer if unsure).  The zero range at Bisley can only be used to zero fullbore rifles. 

If you need assistance with zeroing then please contact the Club Secretary no less than 48 hours prior to the shoot, and we will try our best to accommodate this. Those who are also NRA members and hold a Shooter Certification Card (SCC) don't need to be supervised when using the zero range (but will need to visit the Range Office to purchase a zero target). Members who are either not NRA members and/or do not have an SCC will need to be supervised. Members often zero their rifles between 11:00 - 12:00 then have an informal lunch at the London & Middlesex Club House.

Please ensure you bring your physical SCC (where held) and electronic membership card to the range, as both will need to be viewed prior to being allowed to shoot with the club.

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).

If any of our members would like to help out and train to become Range Officers or Instructors then please let Simon Fox know so we can start your training to become one or both!

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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