Civilian Service Rifle

E-League: CSR Winter 2023
Start Date:

Thursday 29 February

2024

Entries Open:
Friday 01 December 2023 at 00:00
Deadline for Entries:
Thursday 29 February 2024 at 23:59

Contact Information:

Organiser Email: competitions@nra.org.uk

Picture of E-League: CSR Winter 2023

NRA E-League: Civilian Service Rifle: 

Round 2 2023/24: Winter

Please read the supporting Event Notes document at the bottom of the page for full details of this Competition including entry criteria, event prices and cancellation policy 

Course of Fire: Based on elements of 200x Match, Rural and SR Practices - View the full details in the document at the bottom of this page

What is the E-League?

The E-League is a modernised postal league that offers shooters from across the UK the opportunity to engage in competitive shooting. The competitions that make up the League are designed to be complementary to practice/club sessions, or aid the individual in working towards entering club or NRA competitions in the future

Each Season is made up of 4 Rounds

  • Autumn: 1st September – 30th November
  • Winter: 1st December – 29th February
  • Spring: 1st March – 31st May
  • Summer: 1st June – 31st August

Each Round is made up of 2 or 3 Competitions

Taking Part:

  • Competitions: The Courses of Fire will be published ahead of the Round starting
  • Scorecard: Once entries open the scorecards will become available for you to download for FREE
  • Shoot: Arrange a time to shoot the Competitions at your own Club at any point in the three month window - you will need a witness to sign the scorecard
  • Submit: If you want to feature on our online leaderboard simply log into the online booking system, scroll to the bottom of this page, and submit you entry (£1 per Competition) along with a picture of your scorecard(s) by emailing competitions@nra.org.uk

Classes:

  • Historic: Any SMLE/ No.4/ No. 5 rifle, service pattern as issued, with no attachments
  • Any Iron: Any rifle with iron sights, with no restriction on slings (but rests may not be used)
  • Service Optic: Any rifle with optic sights, max 4.5 magnification with no restriction on slings. Rests may not be used. (Any vertical or angled fore grip, if fitted, may be used)
  • Practical Optic: Any rifle with optic sights, with no restriction on slings or rests. If any rest is utilised it must remain fitted to the rifle at all times during the match

Please see the CSR handbook for full definitions

 

🏅Awards: 

The NRA Civitas Medal: A 1½ inch Gunmetal medal featuring Bill and Ben, and named after the Latin word for Community, is awarded to the highest scoring individuals in each Round of the League, in each Class. The number of medals awarded is subject to the amount of entries (in each class or award category):

  • 2+ entries: 1st Place
  • 6+ entries: 1st and 2nd Place
  • 11+ entries: 1st, 2nd and 3rd Place

A medal will also be awarded to to the 1st place competitor in each of the following sub-classes:

  • Under 17
  • Under 21
  • Under 25
  • Serving Member of HM forces/ Emergency Services
  • Ex-Serving Member of HM forces/ Emergency Services

Results: The online leaderboard will display 'live' scores for each Competition, Round and the overall League Standings - SEE HERE

Targets: If you do not have access to the target faces for this Round, you can either contact the NRA's Range Office (range.office@nra.org.uk) for small quantities (under 100), or you will need to speak to McQueen Targets directly (https://www.mcqueentargets.com/contact/)

Please upload all scorecards you wish to submit via the 'Upload Document' section on the left of this page