Ulster Clay Pigeon Shooting Association

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Ulster Clay Pigeon Shooting Association

Welcome to the website of the Ulster Clay Pigeon Association, the governing body for the sport of clay target shooting in Northern Ireland.

Updated  15th December 2018

 

Latest Updates

Club Insurance - Clubs are reminded who have not renewed their membership that they have no UCPSA Club insurance in place until renewal is paid.

The First shoot of Logues Hill's OT Winter Series will be held on 28th October, full details on Other Club Events Annaloiste Winter Shoots.

Clubs - Click Here for details on current funding opportunities

Five additional dates for registered NSK shoots 19/01/19 Mulroy, 26/01/19 Dungannon.

Results From: Logues Hill DTL 24th November Now Available On Our Results Page

Last Updated on Tuesday, 11 December 2018 07:05
 

Authorised Clubs

UCPSA Registered shoot clubs with PSNI Authorised Club status enableing young shooters 12 years up to take part are;

Banbridge CPC

Culdrum Gun Club

Dungannon CPC

Logue's Hill CPC

Moyola CPC

Route Gun Club

Thatch CTC

Other clubs are in the process and we will update as, if and when they get Authorisation.

Last Updated on Monday, 13 November 2017 13:09
 

European Firearms Pass

The link below is a Goverment notice that sets out what the position would be in the event of the UK leaving the EU without a deal. The Government believes this is unlikely but has to prepare for all eventualities, including 'no deal', until the outcome of negotiations is known. The technical notice on EFPs is one of a series of notices which make businesses and citizens aware of what they would need to do in a 'no deal' scenario, so they can make informed plans and preparations.

The notice sets out that 'no deal' would mean EFPs were no longer available to UK residents wishing to travel with their firearms to EU countries. It advises them to check the import requirements with the EU country they wish to visit before they travel, so they can comply with whatever licensing or other requirements are imposed by that country.

The notice explains that EFPs would no longer be recognised for EU visitors to the UK. Their sponsors would, as now, have to apply for a Visitor's Permit but it would no longer be a legal requirement to also produce a valid EFP, so the application would mirror that for a visitor from a non-EU country.

Click HERE