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NSRA Affiliation No 2285

Staffordshire Smallbore Rifle Association

Details of Current Summer and Winter Leagues, and Open Competitions

Page last updated on Sunday, 5 December, 2021 11:47 PM

'The Chipperfield Ranges'

Photograph gives a panoramic view of The Chipperfield Ranges, Redhill, Maer, Baldwin's Gate, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire, ST5 5EA.

The above photograph gives a panoramic view of The Chipperfield Ranges, Baldwin's Gate, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire, ST5 5EA.

 

Range Standing Orders And Code Of Conduct

All users of the The Chipperfield Ranges, Baldwin's Gate, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire, ST5 5EA, must be aware of and comply with the information contained within the Range Standing Orders and Code of Conduct.

Details of Range Fees

 

Links To Other Websites

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SSRA Air Section - Individual Leagues - Winter 2021/2022

Sunday, 5 December, 2021

The Last Dates For Shooting Each Round Are As Follows
Round 1: 11th October 2021   Round 2: 25th October 2021
Round 3: 8th November 2021 Round 4: 22nd November 2021
Round 5: 6th December 2021 Round 6: 3rd January 2022
Round 7: 17th January 2022 Round 8: 31st January 2022
Round 9: 14th February 2022 Round 10: 28th February 2022

 

NSRA (660) And (680) Inter-County 10 Metres Airgun Teams 2021/2022

Saturday, 16 October, 2021 12:18 PM

The following shooters will represent Staffordshire in the NSRA (660) Inter-County Air Rifle League, and the NSRA (680) Inter-County Air Pistol League:

 

Staffordshire County Air Pistol Team 2021/2022
V. Jagiello
M. Jupp B. Lewin D. Paskin M. Peacock

 

Staffordshire County Air Rifle Team 2021/2022
K. Halfpenny S. Reynolds O.J. Spence D. Walker A. Whitmore

 

NSRA (660) And (680) Inter-County 10 Metres Airgun Teams 2020/2021

Sunday, 20 December, 2020 12:40 PM

The following shooters will represent Staffordshire in the NSRA (660) Inter-County Air Rifle League, and the NSRA (680) Inter-County Air Pistol League:

 

Staffordshire County Air Pistol Team 2020/2021
* D. Hill
M. Jupp B. Lewin M. Peacock D. Paskin
* O.J. Spence - Substitute for D. Hill

*Note: During the course of the 2020/2021 season, the Staffordshire County Air Pistol Team needed to make an enforced change to the team line-up. This involved D. Hill being replaced by substitute O.J. Spence.

 

Staffordshire County Air Rifle Team 2020/2021
T. Pawley
* D. Ravenhill O.J. Spence D. Walker A. Whitmore
* S. Cooper - Substitute for D. Ravenhill

*Note: During the course of the 2020/2021 season, the Staffordshire County Air Rifle Team needed to make an enforced change to the team line-up. This involved D. Ravenhill being replaced by substitute S. Cooper.

 

Staffordshire Smallbore Rifle Association - Combined Open Squadded Rifle Meeting 2020 - Cancelled

Monday, 27 April, 2020 12:43 PM

The Staffordshire Smallbore Rifle Association - Combined Open Squadded Rifle Meeting 2020 - which is usually held in early August each year, has unfortunately had to be cancelled for 2020.

This course of action has been taken in direct response to the ongoing threat posed by the Coronavirus situation.

The Staffordshire Smallbore Rifle Association - Combined Open Squadded Rifle Meeting will return in all its glory in August 2021.

Staffordshire Smallbore Rifle Association apologises for any inconvenience caused.

Keep safe and well.

 

Staffordshire Smallbore Rifle Association - Air Section - Individual Leagues - Summer 2020 - Cancelled

Tuesday, 24 March, 2020 10:52 AM

The Staffordshire Smallbore Rifle Association - Air Section - Individual Leagues - which were due to run from Monday 30th March 2020 until Sunday 23rd August 2020, have, as of today Tuesday, 24 March, 2020 been cancelled.

This course of action has been taken in direct response to the ongoing threat posed by the Coronavirus.

It is hoped that the Air Section - Individual Leagues - Winter 2020/2021 will resume later this year, dependant on the Coronavirus situation.

Staffordshire Smallbore Rifle Association apologises for any inconvenience caused.  Any further updates will be posted on this website as soon as possible.

Keep safe and well.

 

NSRA (660) And (680) Inter-County 10 Metres Airgun Teams 2019/2020

The following shooters will represent Staffordshire in the NSRA (660) Inter-County Air Rifle League, and the NSRA (680) Inter-County Air Pistol League:

 

Staffordshire Inter-County Air Pistol Team 2019/2020
V. Jagiello
S. Turner D. Paskin
D. Hill
B. Lewin  
Staffordshire Inter-County Air Rifle Team 2019/2020
D. Walker
D. Ravenhill T. Pawley
P. Barker
O.J. Spence (Substitute) - Replaces K. Halfpenny

 

Disabled Shooters - Do You Need A Dispensation?

Are you a shooter with a disability, and whom would like to compete in target shooting? If the answer is yes, then you may find the following article a very interesting read.

The full article appears on the Disabled Shooting Project website, and a small excerpt taken from that article is shown below.

 

Excerpt taken from the Disabled Shooting Project - Dispensation Information Article

 

Do you need a Dispensation?


Question: What is it for?

Answer: It allows less able and disabled shooters to take part in competitions.

At present the National Smallbore Rifle Association is the only national governing body to have this arrangement for full integration of disabled and non-disabled shooters in almost all of its competitions.

The DSP has been working with other governing bodies regarding arrangements that may make competitions in other target shooting disciplines more accessible for disabled shooters.

The National Rifle Association allows dispensations for competitors at its national meetings. The CPSA is considering whether this sort of scheme will be appropriate for disabled clay target shooters.

 

The NSRA's Dispensation System

Part 1 – The Problem.

Many people in target shooting have some physical reason for not being able to shoot with entirely 'conventional' equipment or technique. If this means that they do not comply with the standard technical rules, on the face of it they cannot take part in competitions shot under those rules.

These people range from those who have a relatively minor condition to those with significant disabilities. In some cases the reason may be temporary, but for the majority, it is permanent.

Some of these shooters only need to make minor changes to their technique, or to use a helpful gadget; others have tailor-made equipment and are unable to adopt any of the conventional prone, standing or kneeling positions.

 

Part 2 – The Solution.

For quite a few years now, the NSRA has had a system for allowing such people to take part in most of the competitions run under NSRA rules. This includes the majority of domestic championships, leagues and open shoots.

Any shooter who falls within the field outlined in Part 1 may apply to the Association for a dispensation. If it is granted, he or she can take part in competitions run under NSRA rules.

In the first decade of the 21st century, the NSRA issued dispensations to approximately 60 shooters. Some have more than one because they shoot more than one discipline.

 

End of excerpt taken from the Disabled Shooting Project - Dispensation Information Article

 

To view the article in full, which gives a much more in depth explanation of dispensations and how to apply, please visit the Disabled Shooting Project - Dispensation Information webpage.

In addition, you can view and download from this website, by selecting the following link, a Disabled Shooters Dispensation Information Leaflet.

 

National And International Competition Rules And Regulations

Shown below are a selection of links to documents in Adobe PDF format explaining the rules and regulations relating to a variety of national and international shooting organisations.

A link to the relative shooting association's website is also shown to enable our visitors to check for any updated appendices etc.

The documents can be viewed, printed or downloaded by selecting the appropriate document link.

To view the documents you will need to have Adobe Reader installed on your computer.

If you need to install this programme, you can download Adobe Reader by selecting the following link to the Adobe website, where further instructions will be given.

 

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National Smallbore Rifle Association logo.

National Smallbore Rifle Association website

National Smallbore Rifle Association Rules And Regulations - 1st April 2017 Onwards

 

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ISSF website

ISSF Rule Book - 1st January 2017 Onwards - 1st Print - January 2017

 

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IPC Shooting website

IPC Shooting Technical Rules and Regulations - June 2015 PDF Document

IPC Shooting Classification Regulations - February 2014 Onwards PDF Document

 

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