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2014 Dates

 

Confirmed dates for 2014 are here.

2013 Results

 

The 2013 Round 1 results are here.

 

The 2013 Round 2 results are here.

 

The 2013 Round 3 results are here.

 

The 2013 Round 4 results are here.

 

The 2013 Round 5 results are here.

 

The 2013 Round 6 results are here.

 

2013 Final Results

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2012 overall results are here.

 

 

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UK SPORTING AIR RIFLE CHALLENGE - AN INTRODUCTION

The UK Sporting Air Rifle Challenge - or UKSARC for short - is a new and fast-growing discipline for air rifle shooters in the UK. Introduced in 2012 by veteran shooting writer Jim Tyler and respected shooter and course-setter Johnny Smith, UKSARC aims to put the fun back into air rifle competition.

The UK Sporting Air Rifle Challenge is based on totally realistic hunting scenarios, using hunting air rifles. Shooting at metal knock-down targets set at distances from 10 to 45 yards, competitors aim at small kill zones, located in the same part of the target as in a real animal. As well as being much closer to real hunting, this will also increase the chance of a total miss greatly. For more details of course setting, please see our About SAR page.

UKSARC KEY ELEMENTS

At UKSARC, we've never joined the 'arms race' of using incredibly expensive rifles and scopes - we prefer guns to look like guns. As a consequence, the main class in the UK Sporting Air Rifle Challenge will be for traditional sporter style guns, as opposed to target rifles. There will be a place for our friends who shoot such guns, but they will have their own class and will not qualify for championship points.

KEY POINTS

  • Aimed at hunting rifles & scopes
  • Knockdown targets
  • Realistic sized kill zones
  • Extra classes for .22 and recoiling

 

FIND OUt more

Take a look around the site to find out all about UKASARC:

  • Rules - see the rules we developed in our first season of 2012
  • Events calendar - where and when - twice as many events this year
  • Example targets - photos of some of the targets we will use
  • Contact page - want to find out more? Just ask us!

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