Target Shooter Magazine: Target Shooter magazine, published by Trinity Digital Publishing Ltd is an e-zine dedicated to Target Shooting sports worldwide. Target Shooter magazine was formed in 2009 following the demise of the popular Target Sports magazine. Dedicated to target shooting sports worldwide.
National Smallbore Rifle Association: The NSRA is the national governing body for all Small-bore Rifle and Pistol Target Shooting in the United Kingdom, including Airgun and Match Crossbow Shooting.
United Kingdom Practical Shooting Association
The United Kingdom Practical Shooting Association was founded in 1977 to represent IPSC shooting in the region. The UKPSA administers the sport, sanctions graded and championship competitions, selects the National Teams, affiliates clubs, organises training and maintains discipline and rules. The UKPSA caters for all shooters but 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.
National Rifle Association: The National Rifle Association of the United Kingdom (NRA) is the governing body of full bore rifle and pistol shooting sports in the United Kingdom Some of the benefits of Full Membership of the National Rifle Association are, the full support of the NRA in all shooting matters, to receive the NRA Journal, to stand for NRA elections, to be eligible for NRA and GB representative teams and to use the facilities at the National Shooting Centre (NSC). Additionally, individuals enjoy the benefit of comprehensive cover offered by the NRA Insurance Scheme provided by Endsleigh Insurance (Brokers) Limited..
Historic Arms Resource Centre with the assistance of the National Small-bore Rifle Association presents this site with the aim to provide enthusiasts and collectors with reference material regarding British and Commonwealth Military Training Rifles, Conversions & Ancillaries with a small number of relevant other nations' examples, plus classic small-bore or "Miniature-Calibre" Target Rifles.We trust it will prove of interest
British Western Shooting Society
One of the unique aspects of approved Cowboy Action Shooting is the requirement placed on costuming. Each participant is required to adopt a shooting alias appropriate to a character or profession of the late 19th century, a Hollywood western star, or an appropriate character from fiction. Their costume is then developed accordingly. Many event participants gain more enjoyment from the costuming aspect of our sport than from the shooting competition, itself. Regardless of a member’s individual area of interest, events provide regular opportunities for fellowship and fun with like-minded folks and families. Cowboy Action Shooting is a multi-faceted shooting sport in which contestants compete with firearms typical of those used in the taming of the Old West: single action revolvers, pistol caliber lever action rifles, and old time shotguns. The shooting competition is staged in a unique, characterized, "Old West" style. It is a timed sport in which shooters compete for prestige on a course of different shooting stages.