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  1. martin_b

    300m Electronic @ Bisley

    Ive got an hour booked on the Electronics at Bisley this week-end at 300m . After I've shot away a days wages with the 6.5CM & .223 I was thinking it might be entertaining to try the .22LR however ive got a couple of worries. 1: Will the electronic target register a rimfire round? 2: Is it bad form to even try. as the chance of me hitting a working bit of the target is increased. ( it its windy I woudn't consider itrying it) cheers Martin
  2. If you didn't know there's a bit of a competition on at Bisley this weekend. Also, there will be a load of dealers (Black Rifle included) showing off their wares. So if you'd like to check out the latest MDT chassis', Magpul kit or Vortex Optics drop in and say hello.
  3. NLRC F-Class Training Weekend: 27 and 28 January 2018 The NLRC F-Class Section is presenting a 2 day refresher course for F-class shooters on 27 and 28 January 2018. Following last year’s successful training weekend, the course is geared to introduce shooters of all levels into F-class by combining practical and theoretical knowledge. Experienced international shooters will be presenting lectures, advising and coaching in both the FTR and OPEN sections F-class. This is presented by the F-class section of the NLRC with the support of the NLRC committee. The NLRC has invested in comprehensive reloading room to support the endeavours of the F-Class shooter, and we are presenting the core skills and knowledge to shooters, that the bridge the skills from novice to club shooter. Participants of 14 years or older are welcome to attend. The NLRC has an active Youth shooting programme. This is NOT the GB F-Class Association course that Mik and co, have presented so successfully for many years, The GB F-class association course will be running at the end of Feb 2018. The GB association League is one of the best in the world in terms of organisation and quality and the gap can be very intimating for most shooters looking at joining our sport. COURSE Content Day by Day DAY 1: Saturday 27 Jan 2018 Morning 08:30 : Register, Welcome and Briefings Day 1 will be indoors only – focussed on theory and knowledge. MORNING Lecture: 09:00 to 12:30 (Indoors) Part 1: INTRO & F-CLASS RULES / PROCEDURES Part 2: SHOOTING PROCESS / GEAR SETUP AFTERNOON Lecture: 13:30 to 17:30(Indoors) BALLISTIC INTRODUCTION & BASICS OF WIND READING Range Walk is happening 16:00 to 16:30 (this is now confirmed by Range Office ) EVENING Lecture: 19:00 to 21:30 (Indoors) Part 1 : BASIC OF PLOTTING Part 2 : PRACTICAL PLOTTING EXERCISE DAY 2 : SUNDAY 28 January 2018 MORNING 08:30 to 12:30 (On Range) Wind reading & plotting practical – 1000 yards ROUND COUNT: For the morning will be an estimated 40 rounds. AFTERNOON: 13:30 to 17:30 (Indoors) Practical demo and lecture: Reloading for F-class Equipment, tips and guidance for taking your reloading to the next level. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ COSTS: Costs will be £60 per participant. This includes course material and handouts. The NLRC will not be open for food, drinks and accommodation so we will utilise are facilities on camp. PAYMENT & CONFIRMATION: This is very important. To facilitate proper booking and costings we will ONLY accept Bank transfers with a Reference Number. If you do not Pay and Confirm a payment via e-mail we will not be able to track and register the attendees properly. We have had to many people promise attendance in the past that do not commit and arrive resulting undue and unnecessary costs. BANKING DETAILS ON THE ENTRY FORM CLOSING DATE FOR ENTRIES The closing date for CONFIRMED payments is Wednesday 24th JAN 2018 at 22:00 cut off. Entry form will be attached asap. FOR MORE DETAILS MAIL: fclass@nlrc.org for more information
  4. Hi all, I have a 600 yard target at Bisley this Saturday AM with an FAC Class face. 2 of us on the target currently so space for one more if anyone is up for it?
  5. Hi all TARGET RIFLE and F-Class Shooters The NLRC is organising the Reload Swiss Easter Meeting 2016, and it will fall on the weekend 26-28 March 2016 at Bisley. We hope that you will feel able to support the event to make it a success under the North’s leadership. Our principal sponsor is Reload Swiss this year, hence the name change. Because of the sponsorship, the number of competitions and the value and number of prizes have increased. As well as individual competitions there are team competitions, and there are Under 25 competitions. There are planned to be over 100 prizes across TR and F Classes. We are hoping the Meeting will attract a good number of entries from the UK and abroad. There are special reduced entry fees for shooters under 25 in full time education, including those at university. We intend largely to use private markers and provide supervision in the butts. We hope that will ensure an appropriately high standard of marking. We have attach the F-Class Programmes and Entry Forms. The TARGET RIFLE (TR) Programme and Entry Form is in the first reply. The closing date for entries is 5'th March so that we can adjust target requirements with the NRA. Hope to see you at Easter! Tim Stewart NLRC F-Class Captain FACEBOOK PAGE https://www.facebook.com/groups/1542321369412198/ We have updated the attachments for F-Class
  6. Eagernoskill

    Bisley F-Class League : NLRC

    In an endeavour to promote and develop TEAM based F-Class shooting at Bisley the North London Rifle Club (NLRC) is launching a BISLEY based F-class league in APRIL 2015. It will have 6 events over the year and is geared to fill the gaps between GB League Shoots It will be based on team shooting with 4 Shooters + Wind Coach on a Rutland Team basis. The primary goals are: * Team based shooting designed to introduce and develop shooters both old and new and easier for Sporting rifles to join and get involved * Get the juniors and new shooters involved and transfer and refine the knowledge and techniques * Formally and informally develop coaching and wind reading in the F-Class community * The teams may be made of various combinations (FTR / Open / Sport) for a hybrid team class * Continue the F-Class training and shooter development * All Bisley based clubs, regional based and "Teams of individuals" and numerous European competitors will be encourage to participate TEAM SHOOTING : Match Structure * Each league match will have 2 parts Part A : SATURDAY Morning : Registration and Help / Intro’s / Team Allocation / Coach Part B : SATURDAY Afternoon : Shooting at 300 / 600 Yards : 2 Stages (32 rounds + BO) Part B : SATURDAY Evening : Meals and Lectures at NLRC Part C : SUNDAY Morning : Shooting at 900 / 1000 Yards : 2 Stages (44 rounds + BO) Part D : SUNDAY Lunch : Prize Giving and Close at NLRC It has been structured like this to allow all participants time to travel to Bisley on the SAT morning and get back on the SUN afternoon. We are expecting intensive support from European shooters eager to try F-Class. Competitors from Germany, Holland and France, and even Italy or Spain can be expected. Queries can be made to fclass@nlrc.org http://www.nlrc.org/#xl_xr_page_FC_League
  7. Here are some pics from today's excellent shoot at Bisley. This was my first experience of CSR and it was fantastic. Thanks to all who organised it, gave advice and lent me kit. Bright and early on Century: Some of us aren't at our best before our morning coffee (or gin?): Strangely Brown at 600yds: Yours truly: Brass flies: Brass flies further!: A great day! Thanks, Ben

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