Open to all Cadets and CFAV, the 2019 Cadet Imperial competition will run from 18 to 25 July with training for competitors from community units from 14-17 July. The competition will mirror the NRA Imperial short range matches alongside on Century Ranges using the L81A2 Cadet Target Rifle, and shooting jackets are allowed.
Entry to this year’s Cadet Imperial is now full; if you wish to be added to the reserve list please contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Bisley Camp, Brookwood, Woking GU24 0NY
The Cadet Imperial was introduced in 2016 as a bridge from the traditional cadet fullbore shooting at the Inter Services’ Cadet Rifle Meeting (ISCRM) or the CCF Schools’ Meeting to the NRA Imperial meeting. It allows cadets and CFAV to compete as individuals on Century Ranges alongside the NRA Imperial competitors, with a high level of supervision and assistance.
There are NRA medals presented to the winners of each individual competition, and the cadet with the highest aggregate score over the meeting wins free entry into the 2020 NRA Imperial.
Full pastoral care is provided by the Cadet Support Group at Brunswick Camp, with messing, accommodation, transport and evening activities arranged centrally.
The cost, including messing and accommodation, is £50.
|Sun 14 to Wed 17 July||Training for Community Cadets on Stoney Castle Range|
|Thu 18 July||Century 500 yards, Century 600 yards|
|Fri 19 July||Donegall 300 yards, Daily Telegraph 500 yards|
|Sat 20 July||Alexandra 600 yards, Daily Mail 500 yards|
|Sun 21 July||Times 300 yards, Wimbledon TR 600 yards|
|Mon 22 July||St George’s 300 yards, afternoon free|
|Tue 23 July||HM Queen’s Prize 300, 500 and 600 yards|
|Wed 24 July||Prince of Wales 600 yards, afternoon free|
|Thu 25 July||Team competition alongside the Americas Match 300 and 600 yards|