Target Rifle

Smallbore Long Range Match 2024
Start Date:

Sunday 24 March


Entries Open:
Tuesday 13 February 2024 at 10:00
Deadline for Entries:
Monday 18 March 2024 at 00:00
National Shooting Centre, Bisley

Contact Information:

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Smallbore Long Range Match

Sunday 24th March 13:30-17:30

Please read the supporting Event Notes document at the bottom of the page for full details

Entry Fee: £38.00, £22.80 for those that are under 25 years old

Discount: Entering in both details (i.e. in two different firearm classes) will result in an £8.00 entry discount

Programme: 2+15 at each 200 and 300 yards

Entry requirements:

  • Shooter Certification Card (SCC): Each civilian shooting on a MoD or NRA range has to carry a SCC issued by the chairman of a club of which they are a member and which is affiliated to the NRA. Competitors MUST be in possession of their SCC when shooting on NRA ranges. Competitors MUST be in possession of an SCC for Telescope Rifle. If you do not have an SCC please contact the Competition Co-ordinator before
  • This competition is open to members of Home Office Approved Clubs (HOAC) who are not prohibited under section 21 of the Firearms Act (The NRA is the largest HOAC in the UK). Non-NRA members are welcome, but are required to pay the Meeting Member Fee
  • On the first day of the Competition you must be aged 14 or over (please contact the Competition Co-ordinator before entering if this is not the case)

Eligible Firearms: Any single shot rifle chambered for .22 Long Rifle, Long or Short Rimfire ammunition may be used. A sling may be used. Bolt action magazine firearms are permitted, but not semi-auto magazine fed firearms. Competitors can compete in the following classes:

  • F Class Small Bore (FCSB): Iron, magnifying or telescopic sights may be fitted. The forend of the rifle may be placed on a rest or bipod, and the butt may be rested on a sandbag

  • Match Rifle Small-Bore (MRSB): Iron, magnifying or telescopic sights may be fitted. The forward hand may also be rested, but the rifle itself may not touch the rest and the butt may not be rested or touch the ground
  • Service Rifle Small-Bore (SRSB): British or foreign military training rifles such as the Enfield No 2, 8 or 9, foreign equivalents or Morris tube conversions. Iron sights of any type, the forward hand may not be rested
  • Target Rifle Small-Bore (TRSB): As per para 150 of the NRA Handbook

You can enter into two classes if you wish to compete with two different rifles (this means you will be squadded in both details).

🏅 Awards: Medals are awarded to the top scoring competitors for each match, in each class, subject to the amount of entries:

  • 2+ entries: Gold Medal
  • 6+ entries: Gold and Silver Medal
  • 11+ entries: Gold, Silver and Bronze Medal