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Scoutshoot 2022

Date: 11th September 2022 Location: National Rifle Association Bisley Shooting Ground Sections: Explorer Scouts, Adult Volunteers Event Organiser: Philip Diprose

After a 2 year break, we are able to welcome Explorers, Leaders and other members of the Scout Association to Scoutshoot.

It’s a fun competition featuring 5 types of shooting and is a fantastic day out at the National Rifle Association’s ranges at Bisley.

 

It would be great to see you.  Don’t worry about your shooting experience, every element of the competition is open to all and someone will be on hand to guide you if required.  We welcome teams from Scout groups or individuals whether you have been before or just fancy a go this year.

The events are squadded, so you will always be with others throughout the competition.

The price for the day is £46.  We can accept payment by bank transfer and we will give you the details for this once we have received your entries.  Our preferred approach is for a group to make a single payment for all participants.  We will also provide details for individuals not shooting as part of a group.

 

Useful documents:

  • A poster that can be displayed on the HQ noticeboard if required:  Scoutshoot22poster (QR code to entry on the poster)
  • A guidance note that gives you full details of Scoutshoot 22: Scoutshoot ’22 Guidance notes.  (We ask that you read this before entering.)

If you need further information or need some help, please contact Phil Diprose by email at scoutshoot@scsrc.co.uk

 

The entry form can be found here:

https://forms.office.com/r/9pENSdd7F5  One entry form per competitor is required.

 

The entry form for the team competition can be found here:

https://forms.office.com/r/iTP7dYh0uY    You need to complete this before 11th September.  We understand that you may not be able to complete it when making your booking.

 

The guidance notes can be found here:

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1w0JQGg_k7fP7f46h4CDm4A7BVTxmabzwt485xTp3bFQ/edit?usp=sharing

National Rifle Association Bisley Shooting Ground

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