Army Rifle Association Mission Statement
The Army Marksmanship Training Centre mission is to train our soldiers in the latest civilian small arms shooting techniques and innovations that can be adapted by the Army to help improve efficiency on the battlefield and enhance marksmanship effectiveness in combat....
TROOPS TO TARGET TOKYO 2020
The AMTC is seeking prospective shooting talent for future Commonwealth and Olympic Games. Under the auspices of the Army Elite Sport Programme, GB Shooting and the English Institute of Sport, the AMTC is running trials for any soldier who wishes to be considered. See Here For More Details
Small-bore target rifle shooting is a Recognised Army sport, carried out using rifles designed specifically for the sport. Shooting is conducted from the prone, standing and kneeling positions indoors at 25yds and outdoors at 50m.
Clay Pigeon Shooting, is the art of shooting at targets, known as clay pigeon or clay targets, with a shotgun. The maximum permitted bore of shotguns is 12, equivalent to 0.729 inches in diameter. See ARA Policy Directive
Target Pistol Shooting requires a steady hand under pressure. Precision shooting competitions use single shot air pistols at 10 metres, as well as .22 rim fire at 50 metres. For the ultimate challenge, try the ‘Rapid Fire’ competition.