Below is a list of useful downloads:
For Competition entry forms please visit The Competition Entry Forms Page (which can be found here) or by going back to the Home Page and scroll down to the bottom left of the page
Specific to 2021
The MLAGB suggest that where a member is shooting a discipline that the MLAGB does not provide training for, it is strongly recommended that they follow all the rules and regulations of the Governing Body for that discipline, and where appropriate, undertake suitable training course/s. Any clarification may be obtained from Allan Whiffin (General Secretary) : email@example.com . Please note that the Membership Office cannot answer your insurance questions
If you are at all unsure of the photo requirements for the Shooters Safety Certificate please see the following website. Note only one photograph is required.
This form is for inquiries about the status of member or any other details about the membership. This form should be completed as fully as possible and then emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
This guidance has been developed by a sub-sector working group, The Shooters and Shooting Working Group, established under the Explosives Legislative Review (www.hse.gov.uk/explosives/news/explosiveslegislative-review.htm). It includes content previously found on HSE’s website and in the Approved Code of Practice to the Manufacture and Storage of Explosives Regulations 2005 (L139) which was withdrawn on 1 October 2014.
Shotgun - have a go stands at country fairs and clay shoots in general
Please note that if the MLAGB is your reporting club you need to hand this document into the Range Officer at Wedgnock or send, via the post, in a physical copy. The address to send this to is at the bottom of the follow on sheet. Emailing this document is not acceptable.