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  12th November 2019

 

Latest Updates

UCPSA 2019 A.G.M.will be held on Monday 9th December for Members Notification Click Here 

Change of venues - The ABT shoot scheduled for Dungannon on 16th November will now be held at Omagh on 16th November. The DTL Shoot scheduled for the 30th November at Moyola will now take place at Culbann.  Additional ABT Shoot at Annaloiste 14th December

Update on Brexit Firearms Licensing Click Here

For 2019 Classifications Click Here    For 2019 Calendar Click Here 

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

Clubs - Click Here for details on current funding opportunities

Results From:   Moyola DTL 9th November Now available On Our Results Page 

 

Last Updated on Tuesday, 12 November 2019 18:12
 

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

Home Office Update

 To summarise, if the UK leaves the EU without a deal, you will no longer be able to apply for a European Firearms Pass (EFP) or use one to travel to the EU with your firearm or shotgun. Before travelling, you will need to check and follow the licensing requirements of any EU country you will be in with your firearm after 31 October.

We’ve recently updated our guidance on GOV.UK to outline this, which you may find useful. 

Changes to European Firearms Pass

If we leave the EU without a deal, European Firearms Passes (EFP's) would no longer be validfor UK residents travelling to the EU, or for EU residents travelling to the UK, with their firearms or shotguns.

What this means for police forces

The changes would mean UK police forces would no longer issue EFP's to UK residents who are wishing to travel to the EU with their firearm.

Sponsors of EU visitors with firearms would still have to apply to their local police force for a Visitor's permit, but it would no longer be  a legal requirement to show a valid EFP as part of this process. The police will continue to assess an applicant's fitness to hold a firearm as part consideration of the Visitor's Permit application, so current firearms controls will not be weakened.

Apart from changes to EFP's, the UK's domestic firearms licensing arrangements will not be affected by leaving the EU.

What this means for UK residents

UK residents travelling to, or due to be in, an EU country with their firearm after 29th March will need to check licensing requirements with the country they're travelling to. this is particular;y important for anyone taking in competitions or events shortly aftert we leave the EU.

Countries may have varying lead times for applying for licenses, so we are advising that people consider checking requirements now. Without the proper licenses, people may not be allowed to travel with firearms.

What this means for EU residents.

EFP's would no longer be recognised for EU visitors to the UK. Their sponsors will apply for a Visitor's Permit like now, but will need to show a valid EFP as part of this process.

Next Steps

We’d like you to share this information with your members, to make them aware of these changes in case we leave the EU without a deal. If police forces receive any enquiries or applications from UK residents for EFPs, they can direct people to further information on Gov.uk

Last Updated on Tuesday, 20 August 2019 05:44