Here members shoot targets per the rules of each exercise right through the year. 

Members shoot targets on recognised shooting ranges of their choice (see NHSA friendly shooting ranges). 

Members then enter these scores and shot targets under Scores on their Personal Natshoot Profile Page on the NHSA website (see Member Log In).  Each entered Target and Score is evaluated individually and is then either Officially Approved or Ofificially Declined by NHSA.

Members must always please only use the most current targets as indicated per exercise on the Targets & Exercises page on the Natshoot website (see HERE)

Their scores are then ratified at the office by evaluators who evaluate and approve or decline every score entered.

Scores and dates on which these were achieved are then available on the personal page of a member for as long as he/she remains a paid-up member, and can be used as proof of participation in sport-shooting or target practice when application is entered for a new firearm licence (or for renewals). 

Members are thus in effect in control of their own activities, can build up an own record of which they are in control, and obtain official proof thereof whenever they would want same from their personal page on the website.

Members use the firearm they own, as is, and in the way in which they have adapted these to suit their own needs (open or scoped sights).

Members may also use the firearms of their colleagues as long as this is done in a legal manner in the presence of the licence holder.

Members may shoot individually or they may organise local groups to shoot simultaneously.

NHSA members usually shoot at least 3 in-house events per annum – as they are all serious about firearm ownership and the responsible handling of such firearms.