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Entries Now Open

Entries are now OPEN for both the Historic Service Rifle Match (Saturday 5th February), and the CSR Winter League Meeting (Sunday 6th February)

Historic Service Rifle: 5th Feb

The Course of Fire is based on military practices at 100, 200 and 300 yards, shooting from standing, kneeling, sitting and prone. There are no Run Downs! Targets will be a Fig 12 at 100 yds, then an NRA DP2 at 200 and 300 yds. The DP2 is a black & white target similar to a Fig 11, but will offer better target acquisition and sight picture than a standard brown/black Fig 11
This event is open to British pre-1955 Service Rifles under the Service Rifle (a) definition in three classes. In addition there is an All Comers Class for all Foreign Service Rifles:
Classic: Pre-1919 SMLEs
Veteran: Pre-1955 No 4s/No 5s
Veteran Optic: Pre-1955 No 4T
All Comers Iron: Pre-1972 Foreign Service Rifles
For more information and to enter please visit:
CSR Winter League: 6th Feb
The day will be made up of two events, containing the following shoots:
Short Range Match: 300x Rapid, 300-100x Rundown, 100x Standing, 200x Sitting/Kneeling, 300x Prone
Urban Match: 100x Snap, 75x Rapid, 50x Snap, 25x Snap
For more information and to book your place please visit:
NEW TO CSR? On the same event page you will find our new ‘Starter Information Pack’ with advice and information if you are looking to take part in the CSR League for the first time
Prizes are awarded at the end of the League Season, including items from our sponsors Vortex Optics:
Service Optic/ Practical Optic:
The Most Improved Competitor: Vortex Strike Eagle Scope
Highest Scoring U25: Vortex Strike Eagle Scope
Historic and Iron:
League Winners: A pair of Diamondback Binoculars

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