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Disciplines

DISCIPLINES

The range is 25 yards from firing position to target and has 4 lanes. By utilising targets at different heights, different distances from the firing positions and different positions at the firing position many different disciplines can be shot. This allows members to compete across a wide range of competitions.

Members compete in Club competitions, Leeds competitions, Yorkshire competitions and Civil Service competitions. Members also utilise local outdoor ranges to shoot longer distances.

PRONE

Single shot heavy rifles are used from the prone position. A sling, jacket and glove are used to aid accuracy. See the following articles for more detail:
– Beginners Guide PDF 
– Prone Website

BENCH

Single shot heavy rifles are used from the seated position with the fore end of the rifle positioned on a rest. NSRA rules and regulations arein place for Benchrest at Morley and not UKBR22 rules and regulations.

AIR PISTOL

Single and multi (5) shot pistols are used from the standing position. Both 10 metre and 20 yard competitons are shot.

AIR RIFLE

Single and multi shot rifles are used from the standing position. Both 10
metre and 20 yard competitons are shot.

LIGHT WEIGHT SPORT RIFLE (CARBINE)

Single and multi shot light weight rifles are used from the standing position. Many shooters use rifles that are semi-automatic. Competitions exist for any sights, including telescopic and competitions for iron sights only. All equipment, rifle, sights, glove must not exceed 4.5 kilogram.

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