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Security update at Bisley Camp & e-petition on .22 competition pistols

posted 1 Dec 2011, 10:51 by Roger Pettett

From: Karen Robertson
Sent: 30 November 2011 13:47
Subject: NRA News


To all NRA members


Security update at Bisley Camp

As you know, we have begun to upgrade the security arrangements on Bisley Camp.

As part of this process, we will be putting in place a one-way ramp on the Exit road out of Bisley.  This will be easily crossed when exiting Camp, but will present any vehicle seeking to enter Camp via the Exit road with a row of spikes which may well damage tyres if approached at speed.  This will be suitably sign-posted. 


Clearly, any damage sustained will be down to the driver and we will accept no responsibility in this instance.


We have set up a special e-mail address:, which we would like you to use to give us your feedback.  Alternatively you can write to us at Security Trial, NRA, Bisley Camp, Brookwood, Woking, Surrey GU24 0PB.


e-petition on .22 competition pistols

As you may be aware the government has instituted a scheme whereby is 100,000 people register with an e-petition on a government website, they are obliged to hold a parliamentary debate.

Right now, there is an e-petition on the legalisation of .22 competition pistols; banned since 1997.  The Chairman, Trustees and I would encourage you to join in supporting this e-petition.  The link is attached here:


When you sign up, you will receive an email in response.  Please note that your vote will not count until you respond to that email.



Derrick Mabbott

Acting Chief Executive and Secretary General