Royal Navy and royal marines Rifle association

Clay Target Shooting:























The Royal Navy and Royal Marines Clay Pigeon Shooting Association (RNRMCPSA) is the governing body for Clay Target Shooting competition within the Royal Navy and Royal Marines. Membership is open to both serving and retired members of the Royal Navy and costs £25 per annum. To apply for membership, click here to download the form.


We compete in the Armed Forces and Emergency Service Clay Target Series, which is designed to provide the opportunity for members of the participating Services Associations to meet socially and shoot in 7 non registered clay target shooting competitions for individual, Service and Team prizes.


Each Service is responsible for organising and running one event in the Series calendar. The competition has a minimum of 100 targets and comprises any discipline or combination of disciplines. Teams currently participating in the Series include the Royal Navy, British Army, Royal Air Force, Police Service, Fire Service and the Prison Service. On average each Inter Service Shoot costs approximately £35 per head. Serving members of the Royal Navy receive a subsidy from the Royal Navy and Royal Marines Rifles Association and are entitled to claim Travelling Expenses for Inter Service competition.


Throughout the year training sessions are held, hosted by the Association and supported by the team coach (a member of the GB team) and nationally qualified service instructors catering for all levels of experience.

RNRMCPSA Committee:

Chairman

Capt Iain Greenlees RN

Secretary

Cpl Phil Barnes RM

Captain

WO Ian Mitchell RN

Treasurer

WO2 Dave Byles RN

RM CPSA

Maj Si Lucas RM

RM Captain

Capt Hugh Jones RM