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Portsmouth Gun Centre
Since 1982 Portsmouth Gun Centre have streamlined their business providing you with specialised modern firearms for modern shooting.
Chichester Armoury stocks a complete range of specialist shooting and outdoor equipment.
Target Shooter online magazine
Dedicated to Target Shooting Sports Worldwide
Intershoot was founded by Ryan Mills. Ryan started target rifle shooting in 1993 as an army cadet, representing Northern Ireland in full-bore from 1994 > 1998 and was part of the UK Army Cadet Rifle Team which toured Canada in 1995.
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Chichester Rifle Club
Fareham Rifle & Pistol Club
Itchen Valley Shooting Club
Novio Magnum Pistol Club
Fort Purbrook Air Rifle Club
Hampshire Scouts Rifle Club
Romsey & District RC
Southampton Smallbore Rifle Club
Portsmouth City Rifle Club
Wickham & District Rifle Club
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BASC is a national representative body for sporting shooting. We have five strategic objectives:
The MLAGB was formed in 1952 and is the Governing Body for muzzle loading within the UK. Its objectives are to encourage an interest in muzzle loading firearms, to promote, regulate and safeguard their use and to preserve their freedom of collection.
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.
We are based at The Lord Roberts Centre, within the grounds of the National Shooting Centre, Bisley, Surrey.
The NSRA is a registered Charity (No. 215468) and a Company Limited by Guarantee (No. 76008).
The National Rifle Association (now the governing body of fullbore rifle and centre-fire pistol shooting in Great Britain) was founded in 1859, originally to provide a focus for marksmanship for the newly formed corps of volunteers which had been raised to meet the perceived threat of invasion by the French. The NRA was granted Royal Charter in 1894. This Royal Charter continues to this day for the "promotion of marksmanship in the interests of the Defence of Realm and permanence of the Volunteer Forces, Navy military and Air".