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Supporting Associations & Organisations
Supporting Organisations Of The British Shooting Show 2014
FACE TO FACE WITH ALL THE IMPORTANT SHOOTING ORGANISATIONS
Talk direct at the show with specialist advisers on all disciplines and aspects of shooting.
All of the following organisations will be actually exhibiting at the show to answer any questions you may have and to provide you with the very best of advice.
The British Shooting Show is your ONE-STOP-SHOP for everything you need to know about shooting!
Fifty Calibres Shooters Association (UK)
Fifty Calibres Shooters Association (UK)
Click below to download the information sheet .
Supporting Organisations Of The British Shooting Show 2014
BASC
The official website for BASC.
Supporting Organisations Of The British Shooting Show 2014
NRA
The official website for The National Rifle Association.
Supporting Organisations Of The British Shooting Show 2014
NSRA
The official website for The National Small Bore Rifle Association.
Supporting Organisations Of The British Shooting Show 2014
Countryside Alliance
The official website for The Countryside Alliance.
Supporting Organisations Of The British Shooting Show 2014
Game and Widlife Conservation Trust
The official website for theGWCT.
Supporting Organisations Of The British Shooting Show 2014
CPSA (Clay Pigeon Shooting Association)
The official website for theCPSA (Clay Pigeon Shooting Association) .
Supporting Organisations Of The British Shooting Show 2014
The National Gamekeepers Organisation
The official website for The National Gamekeepers Organisation.
Supporting Organisations Of The British Shooting Show 2014
The British Deer Society
The official website for The British Deer Society.
Supporting Organisations Of The British Shooting Show 2014
The Muzzle Loaders Association Of Great Britain (MLAGB)
The official website for The Muzzle Loaders Association Of Great Britain (MLAGB).
Airgun Training & Education Organisation (ATEO)
The official website for Airgun Training & Education Organisation (ATEO).
Supporting Organisations Of The British Shooting Show 2014
National Organisation of Beaters and Pickers Up (NOBS)
The official website for theNational Organisation of Beaters and Pickers Up (NOBS).
The Institute of Clay Shooting Instructors (ICSI)
The official website for The Institute of Clay Shooting Instructors (ICSI).
UKPSA At The British Shooting Show
United Kingdom Practical Shooting Association - UKPSA
The UKPSA is the home of the dynamic action shooting sport of IIPSC practical shooting discipline in the United Kingdom.
International Practical Shooting Confederation (IPSC) Practical shooting requires a blend of accuracy, power, and speed so that you acquire a winning combination. The UKPSA supports many different disciplines of dynamic practical shooting within the UK. These include Shotgun (PSG), Handgun, Long Barrelled Revolver, Long Barrelled pistol, Gallery Rifle, Mini Rifle and Action Air. Practical Shooting is currently the second most popular international target shooting discipline and is now the fastest growing of the shooting disciplines. IPSC is the worldwide governing body for practical shooting today and numbers some 85 affiliated nations including most European countries.
The UKPSA administers the sport, sanctions graded and National championship competitions, selects the National Teams, affiliates clubs, organises training and maintains discipline and rules. Additionally the UKPSA caters for all shooters and particularly welcomes novice shooters, who are able to be trained at our well-received 'safety courses' and qualify to compete in practical matches. Shooters of all ages and abilities are able to compete together in our sport, and the UKPSA specifically recognises junior, lady, and senior classes, as well as supporting National teams for men and women across all the gun divisions.
The appeal of the sport lies in the diversity of the courses of fire available to the shooter. Targets vary in size, shape, position and distance from 3 to 60 yards (400 for rifle). The sport stemmed historically from a martial beginning, but now is a mainstream worldwide sport and appeals to shooters who like to combine numerous skills whilst shooting. Economy of movement, the ability to solve and plan how you shoot, your shooting skills / experience, and the desire to do well, all are elements that added up compose a shooters plan to complete a course of fire. Nowhere else will shooters find such a fun, challenging and invigorating shooting sport.
Safety is naturally the primary over-riding basis to this sport. Strict safety requirements and rules exist and eye and ear protection is mandatory for all UKPSA shoots. Only one shooter completes a course of fire at a time, strictly supervised one on one, by a trained and qualified Range Officer. Due to the exacting safety standards we adhere to UKPSA practical shooting has an exceptional safety record that we are very proud of and will maintain.
The UKPSA is constantly seeking new members to take up the challenge of practical shooting and we hope you will come and see us and take part at one of our affiliated clubs soon. We promise you will love it and never look back !
Please find more details on our website:
Gallery Rifle and Pistol At The British Shooting Show
Gallery Rifle & Pistol (GR&P) disciplines cover events shot at short and medium distances by various rifles and pistols which are divided into the four broad categories of Gallery Rifle Centre Fire (GRCF), Gallery Rifle Smallbore (GRSB), Long Barrelled Pistol (LBP) and Long Barrelled Revolver (LBR).
Events are shot distances from between 10 metres and 50 metres with one or two out to to 300m. Targets may be stationary or turning at set intervals. Firing is usually completed within a limited time frame. Most shooting takes place from the standing position but some events call for shooting from sitting, kneeling or from the weak hand or shoulder. Some are deliberate precision events and others require the competitor to shoot and reload quite quickly. Many events are classified so competitors always shoot against others of similar ability. Open meetings are held at the NSC, Bisley and and at various club ranges through the country.
Within the GR&P discipline there will be something to suit every shooter of any ability and many local clubs will offer facilities for active participation.
Come and visit us at the show where members of the NRA Gallery Rifle & Pistol committee as well as the GB and Home Countries Gallery Rifle teams will be at the show to to help anybody interesting in starting out in the discipline with expert advice and guidance. You will be able to see the firearms we use and see the types competitions we shoot. Information on events and meetings taking place throughout the season will be available.
For more information visit the Gallery Rifle website at
Pass It On At The British Shooting Show
Pass It On
The Pass it On organisation are looking for volunteers to set up groups througout the UK to provide an introduction to shooting and outdoor activities for youngsters of all ages. This is a great idea and a fantastic way of bringing a new generation into the sport. If you can help please contact Pass it On.
Educating families through all Country Pursuits! Tel: 07901251119(chairman) Tel: 07501962893(secretary) Email:chairman@pass-it-on-young-sports.org.uk
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