More information to follow in 2017
The first meeting was in 1997. It is held in early to mid-June at Bisley, is run to ISSF Rules (including a full Equipment Control) and currently attracts about 150 competitors.
The meeting normally runs from the last Saturday in June to the following Friday, but the exact week chosen may vary slightly according to local holidays and other factors. The meeting is run to NSRA Rules and caters only for prone, but also includes benchrest and lightweight sport rifle events.
The meeting is normally held for a week starting on the third Saturday before August Bank Holiday Monday. Most competitions are run to NSRA Rules and are shot on about 140 firing points sited on the 200-yard firing point of Century Range. The remaining matches, including the three positions events, are fired at the Lord Roberts Centre at Bisley on Sius electronic targets broadly under ISSF Rules. In addition to prone and 3P competitions, bench and lightweight sport rifle events are also offered. The entry for the meeting is about 700 competitors.
The meeting includes both air rifle and air pistol events and runs from Friday to Sunday. It is normally held in late-February/early-March, but the timing may be adjusted if the European Airgun Championships are held at about that time. The meeting is run to modified ISSF Rules, but the British Open Championships adhere to full ISSF Rules. The meeting currently attracts about 300 competitors.