Gallery Rifle & Pistol

E-League: GR&P Winter 2023
Start Date:

Thursday 29 February

2024

Entries Open:
Wednesday 21 February 2024 at 00:00
Deadline for Entries:
Wednesday 21 February 2024 at 20:00

Contact Information:

Event organiser: Becky Sweet
becky.sweet@nra.org.uk

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NRA E-League: Gallery Rifle & Pistol

Round 1 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 Multi-Target 3, Timed and Precision 1 and Multi-Target - 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

The Season will run from 1st September – 31st August, and is made up of 4 Rounds, Each Round is made up of 3 Competitions

Entry Requirements:

  • As competitors will compete at their own Club ranges, it is the responsibility of each competitor to ensure they have the correct certification to be on the range
  • This competition is open to members of any Home Office Approved Club (HOAC)
  • Probationary Members can also take part, providing they are supervised as per their Club’s probationary policy

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:

  • Gallery Rifle Smallbore (GRSB): Any Gallery Rifle in .22” rimfire may be used. The standard for GRSB is a selfloading rifle with a detachable magazine. Other designs are permitted
  • Gallery Rifle Centrefire (GRCF): A lever action rifle with an integral tube magazine
  • Gallery Rifle Centrefire Classic (GRCF Classic): Any Gallery Rifle which complies with the Classics Discipline eligibility  of the ‘Spirit of the Original’. This means no contemporary telescopic sights, no high visibility red / green foresight elements, no dropped butt plates, no raised cheekpieces and no fore end hand hold / palm rest addons or similar. The onus is on the shooter to prove that any modification to a standard is ‘in the spirit of the original’ e.g. by reference to a publication or catalogue of the period
  • Gallery Rifle Smallbore Benched (GRSB Benched): As per GRSB but competitors fire from a seated position using a bench or table. The fore-end of the rifle is supported by a bipod or rest. The butt of the rifle must be in the shoulder and may not rest on the bench or be supported by a rest
  • Long Barrelled Pistol (LBP): This category covers all .22” rimfire Long Barrelled Pistols. It includes revolvers and self-loading guns. It also includes single-shot pistols, though these are only likely to be practical in the precision events (numbers 01 and 03 – see Section C).
  • Long Barrelled Rifle (LBR): Any Long Barrelled Revolver in a centrefire pistol calibre may be used in this category.

Please see the GR&P 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 this page, or email them to competitions@nra.org.uk once you have submitted your entry payment.