BRITISH SCHOOLS SMALL-BORE RIFLE ASSOCIATION by 81a2A3IL

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									BRITISH SCHOOLS SMALL-BORE RIFLE ASSOCIATION
Chairman: F.O.Harriss, Malvern College, Malvern, Worcs WR14 3DF                                                  Please Reply to
Hon.Secretary: P.Dobson, Berkhamsted Collegiate School, Castle Street, Berkhamsted, HP24 2BB
Treasurer: J.Baker, 49 St.Thomas Road, Hardway, Gosport, Hants PO12 4JU                                          Arncliffe
Competitions Secretary: M.A.Nash, 37 Oaklands, Westham, Pevensey, E Sussex BN24 5AW                              Lenton
                                                                                                                 Grantham
                                                                                                                 Lincs NG33 4HE




         THE BSSRA VETERANS SMALL-BORE MATCH
                                                        for the Fletcher Cup
   GENERAL
   1. The match takes place annually between 1st August and the following 30th April, and is fired under NSRA Rules and Regulations. The
      Competition is fired as a single stage.
   TEAMS
   2. Open to any number of teams of FIVE who are former pupils of any school. A competitor who has been a member of more than one
      school must represent the school of which he was last a pupil. Each competitor must not have been a pupil at the school during the
      period of the competition (so pupils who leave in July are now eligible to take part).
   RANGE & TARGETS
   3. Either 15 yards, 20 yards or 25 yards. The appropriate British NSRA 1989 Prone Position Target (2510BM/89) or equivalent at other
      ranges must be used. The special labels issued by the BSSRA must be stuck to the reverse of each card immediately behind one of the
      target diagrams before the targets are given to team members to be fired, and NOT on the front.
   POSITION
   4. Prone.
   SHOTS
   5. One per diagram. Ten rounds per competitor. Any number of sighting shots are permitted.
   RIFLES and AMMUNITION
   6. Any .22" LR rifle and ammunition conforming to NSRA regulations. Telescopic sights are not permitted.
   SLINGS, DRESS & ACCESSORIES
   7. These must conform to NSRA regulations.
   COACHING and SPOTTING
   8. Competitors must spot for themselves. No coaching is permitted.
   TIMETABLE
   9. Cards may be shot on different days and on different ranges, but if this is the case a separate Witness's Certificate must be completed and
      signed for each occasion. Cards must be fired between 1st August and the following 30th April, and sent to A.R.K.Clayton, Arncliffe,
      Lenton, Grantham, Lincolnshire, NG33 4HE. Cards received after 7th May (or, if a Sunday, the following day) will be disallowed.
   SCORING
   10. All targets will be scored by the Secretary of the BSSRA according to NSRA regulations. Shot holes must not be gauged or otherwise
       interfered with. In the event of a tie NSRA counting-out rules will be applied.
   SUPERVISION
   11. The shooting of each card must be witnessed by either a CCF Officer, or a member of an NSRA Affiliated Rifle Club who is authorised
       to witness cards in NSRA competitions. A separate copy of the witness certificate must be completed by all those who act as a witness,
       and enclosed with the returned targets.
   PRIZES
   12. The number of sets of five medals awarded will depend on the number of teams entering.


       4th May 2004

								
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