BYSA Shooting Event Bisley 29th & 30th Oct

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BYSA Shooting Event Bisley 29th & 30th Oct

#1 Post by hitchphil »

The main British Young Shooters Association event will be held Bisley 29th & 30th October - see link to sign up.

There will be:
* Full bore TR for advanced & novices.
* CSR for beginners.
* Small bore rifle for advanced & beginners.

& Sat night the Rocky Horror Disco & BBQ at Inns of Court. (followed by an invasion of the Surrey RA's Haunted House Party).

lollol

https://www.facebook.com/britishyoungsh ... ref=SEARCH

https://www.youngshooter.co.uk/index.php

if your at Uni / Cadets / College & want to learn to shoot then join up with BYSA run for younger shooting by younger shooters
(us old gits just coach & do web stuff :run: )

Gratefully supported by - HPS Target Rifles, Wentworth Sporting Supplies & Laceys Shooting Services without whom the number of rounds per discipline would be less & the options more limited. thankssign

If any Forum members would like to come & lend a hand coaching shooting, supervising (sober) youngsters with rifles then please do get in touch.
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Re: BYSA Shooting Event Bisley 29th & 30th Oct

#2 Post by hitchphil »

Why has this post been moved to Nat body announcements?.....where it cant be seen unless logged in?

Whilst its being held at Bisley its not an NSRA nor an NRA event?
Quality control of Scottish Ethanol. & RDX/HMX

& my fav chemical is :-) 1,3,7-trimethylxanthine.......... used to kill frogs.... but widely consumed & in vast quantities by the French? Eh?
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Re: BYSA Shooting Event Bisley 29th & 30th Oct

#3 Post by dromia »

So the British Young Shooters Association is not a national organisation?

If it isn't then it should consider changing its name.
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Re: BYSA Shooting Event Bisley 29th & 30th Oct

#4 Post by hitchphil »

dromia wrote:So the British Young Shooters Association is not a national organisation?

If it isn't then it should consider changing its name.
No its an association, it that can operate where Unis etc do but its not a NGO / national governing body. Its 'Club 18-30 shooting' with the mission of keeping youngsters in the sport after school, cadets & Uni ................ like our club we could shoot at any range in UK they are same, but not a nat. We have members in Lancs, Beds, Bristol / Glouc, Wales, Herts, Surrey & Hants but are a club & not a national club.

Many people do read bits of Full Bore forum without logging in, this post in effect is an advert & a request for help at the event cant be seen by anybody unless they log in. So by placing it here is much less visibility.

Can it please be put where it can bee seen (you may get some new forum members from it?) its only a temporary post really so will drift down the stack over time................

thanks
Quality control of Scottish Ethanol. & RDX/HMX

& my fav chemical is :-) 1,3,7-trimethylxanthine.......... used to kill frogs.... but widely consumed & in vast quantities by the French? Eh?
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Re: BYSA Shooting Event Bisley 29th & 30th Oct

#5 Post by dromia »

This forum is for national organisations not just NGOs, any organisation that aspires to serve shooting inclusively across the nation. It doesn't say it is exclusively for our more well known failing "national" organisations such as the NRA, BASC and the NSRA.

Don't know why it wasn't visible to people who aren't logged on but it is visible now.
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Come on Bambi get some

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Cow's farts matter!

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Re: BYSA Shooting Event Bisley 29th & 30th Oct

#6 Post by hitchphil »

dromia wrote:This forum is for national organisations not just NGOs, any organisation that aspires to serve shooting inclusively across the nation. It doesn't say it is exclusively for our more well known failing "national" organisations such as the NRA, BASC and the NSRA.

Don't know why it wasn't visible to people who aren't logged on but it is visible now.

thanks much appreciated :-)

Places still available suitable for novices & experts alike.

TR SR & CSR
Quality control of Scottish Ethanol. & RDX/HMX

& my fav chemical is :-) 1,3,7-trimethylxanthine.......... used to kill frogs.... but widely consumed & in vast quantities by the French? Eh?
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