Blair Atholl Garage has kindly agreed to sponsor the Club. In return, we should support them.

NOTICE BOARD
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Target Repair Work

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The Work Gang

On 3 consecutive weekends following the de-rig last month repair work was carried out on the targets in situ. Sunday 4 November saw the completion of work to replace as necessary the rubber envelope on all 6 targets. It is hoped that no further rubber replacement will be required for at least the next 2 seasons. Within 3 weeks of the de-rig last month the major part of the annual target maintenance has been accomplished. This is a happy position for us all. Thanks are expressed to the volunteers who ably assisted John and Richard in the work.

John Macdonald

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End of Season De-Rig Day

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The De-Rig Gang

A healthy turn out with thirteen shooting and a few others who turned up simply to work. The weather was benign and some very good scores were made, probably because they did not count for any competition.

All planned work to shut down the range was completed in good time.

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Scotland v L&M RA

Results

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Lochboisdale

Two teams took part in the competition, West Atholl Rifle Club and West of Scotland Rifle Club. The weather was kind with a mainly dry day, light winds at 500 yards and a little more frisky at 600 yards. The competition used targets 4 to 6 and so targets 1 and 2 were used by our TRF and F class members who shot alongside.

Competition was based on the best six scores from each team.

West of Scotland Rifle Club won the match with a score of 868v114.
West Atholl Rifle Club were honourable runners up, with a score of 859v80.

Top score on the day was made by Tim Kidner (WARC) with 149v16, followed closely by Ron Scaglione (WOSRC) with 148v22.

There was an additional prize this year for the competitor with the highest V count. This was won by John Potter with 23v one V ahead of Ron Scaglione.

John Potter

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Lochboisdale winners: West of Scotland
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WARC Vice-Chairman becomes first Buchanan Chief since 1681

Although officially The Buchanan the Clan Chief he will always be Mike to his fellow club members.

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'Mike' The Buchanan

Full story

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2018 Club Shoots

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John Potter with his Murray Cup

All 2018 Club Results including Murray Cup

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Scottish Rifle Association's web page Archive new home

Dear Members,
As a result of the changes following the creation of Scottish Target Shooting which has taken over as the governing body in Scotland for the target shooting associations, the 'Scottish Rifle Association' website has now closed down. Most of the ongoing information and entry forms for fullbore shooting events are now available on the STS website; www.scottishtargetshooting.co.uk. Link

However we have a lot of historical results of SRA and Regional Championships and Scotland team matches going back to the year 2000 which will be held on the West Atholl Rifle Club website and this will be updated with the results of future Scottish Championships and team matches. We are very grateful to the West Atholl Rifle Club for allowing us to store this information on their website which will provide continuing access for members to see the historical and future results for Scottish events.

Jim Brown (web master for both web sites) has transferred all of the SRA web pages (2,399 files) and updated all the page headers to the new SRA - Archive hosted on the WARC web site. A new side bar link is now active (on the left of the WARC home page). Jim has reminded us that although the SRA web site has now closed down, the original domain name 'www.scottishrifleassociation.org.uk' will still be active in that it will have a re-direct to the new pages for now.

Tim Kidner
Director Fullbore Shooting STS

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Tullibardine (Tayside) Open

Results

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Tim Kidner, winner of Grand Agg, Triple Agg, QI, Sat Agg, QIII
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Inverness Open

Results

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Scottish Long Range Championships

Results

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K.Baxby, Grand Agg. winner
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Crosses Interclub Team Match at Cawdor

Results

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The 'Scottish' Open

Results

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Colin with the Chook Trophy (a long story)

Colin McEachran awarded MBE for services to Scottish target shooting Link

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Pentagonal & Finlux Team Matchs

Results

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West of Scotland TR winning team with Bullet
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General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

Notice to Club Members:

Please find links to the documents contained within our recent email to WARC Members concerning GDPR. If you did not receive this email please read these documents and respond accordingly. We would urge each member to give us your consent to continue to hold data on your behalf, failure to do so will affect the way we operate as a club.

Ron Scaglione

West Atholl Secretary

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STS AGM - Reports and Notes from Police Scotland - CG 2018

Reports and Updates Link

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West of Scotland Open Meeting 2018

Results

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First Aid Courses organised by STS

Saturday, 12th May 2018 Edinburgh
Saturday, 18th August 2018 Perth

Course Information Link

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21st Commonwealth Games
Queen's Prize Pairs

Bronze for Scots Pair Link

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Target Rigging Day 13th March

Seventeen members turned out to our rigging day, who successfully reinstated the targets and fitted the two new gazebo canopies kindly supplied by the NRC of S. Weather was fair, bright after a misty drive up, but not too cold. Snow line was about half way down the surrounding hills with none on the range. We then had a practice shoot from 400 yards and everything worked almost as expected, except for the monitors only displaying ten shots at a time. The monitor settings will be corrected at the next shoot to display all shots.

We are starting this season with the latest version Signal Distribution Unit and a complete set of new monitor connectors and cables.

Water supply to toilet will be restored at the next shoot.

Many thanks to all who turned out to help and to Richard Scott for his good work over the winter, rebuilding the SDU housing and replacing the monitor connectors.

John Potter

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Setup/Closedown Range and Rig/De-Rig Electronic Target System

Updated Instruction Documents

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NRA Range Conducting Officer - Status

NRA RCO qualification lasts for 6 years after last renewal/successful course completion.

If you have a NRA RCO card then please check it to ensure it is still valid. There is only a certain amount of grace period for renewal. Otherwise the full course will have to be completed again.

The relevant NRA web page is here Link for course details. The RCO renewal form (2017) is here Link.

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WARC web site front page as at end
2017