11th Jul 2014

British Shooting is offering people with disabilities the opportunity to have a taster at target shooting.

British Shooting is offering people with disabilities the opportunity to have a taster at target shooting.

On Saturday 6 September 2014, in partnership with the CPSA, NSRA and NRA, we are holding an open day at Bisley shooting range specifically aimed at giving disabled people a 'shot' (excuse the pun) at one of the world’s most inclusive sports.


There will be morning and afternoon sessions where we offer attendees an opportunity to have a go at different types of shooting.


Download the event flyer here.


Whether you like the idea of clay target shooting or air rifle, crossbow or acoustic (which is perfect for those with visual impairments), you will be able to have a go.


It costs just £5 to register to attend with professional instruction and equipment being provided on the day, (family members/ carers can attend for free).


Groups and individuals of all ages and abilities are welcome to join us for what is going to be a fun packed day.


To register please click here to complete the form and return to address below.


Liz Davidson, British Shooting, Ascot Room, Bisham Abbey National Sports Centre, Marlow, SL7 1RR.
If you have any questions about the event please email Liz Davidson, or call her on 07931 775214.

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