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(This notice replaces the previous notice, please note slight change of detail times!)

This year's National Indoor Small-bore Rifle Championships are to be held in the Rathdrum Rifle and Pistol Club on Sunday, April 24th.

The range opens at 10:00am.

We will be running 3 details, first 7 competitors start at 10:30am, you will shoot one practice card, followed by 6 competition cards of 10 shots each, you will have 7 minutes per card.

Second detail will start at 12:00pm.

Third detail will start at 1:30pm.

(There will be 10 minute preparation before the start of each detail)

Award Ceremony will be at 3:30pm.

Prizes will be awarded for the top three places in the championships as well as in the classified sections.

Entry fee will be 15 euro.

Ties to be decided by graduated gauges

One practice card allowed, strictly 10 shots per card thereafter. Anyone found to have shot rounds at anything but a target will be disqualified.

Single entry only allowed.

10 minutes will be allowed after the posting of results for challenges to be lodged. Challenges Euro 2 per card, which will be refunded if the challenge is successful.

Contestants may not retrieve or see their cards after handing them in for scoring and before lodging a challenge. Any cards seen, handled and/or removed after handing in for scoring may not be challenged and the Competitor will automatically lose a tie break in such circumstances unless the Range Committee decides otherwise.
Targets will remain the property of the NTSA and will not be returned to competitors.


This is a closed shoot for N.T.S.A. affiliates who are entitled to hold an Irish Passport. While non-affiliates may enter, they may not claim National Championship Prizes.

Firing points will be allocated first come first served.

To avoid disappointment you are asked to contact;

Liam Crawford (Target rifle co ordinator)Tel; 087 2453137 e-mail; This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by 5pm Friday 22nd April.

Indicating whether you wish to start at 10:30, 12:00 or 1:30 and your preferred firing point e.g.. left or right handed.

Best Regards.

Patrick O'Brien.

Chairman NTSA.