Talk:National Association of Target Shooting Sports

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"It was set up without the knowledge or consent of the members of the NRA, NSRA or CPSA."

As a regular member of the NSRA, I was aware of the project's conception. This statement is therefore invalid. Some individuals may have missed the notifications and updates, and dissemination of information varied between the 3 groups, but that does not mean those updates did not exist in the public domain. Rgh105 (talk) 16:44, 3 February 2011 (UTC)rgh105

"In fact, this was a tactical blunder by the NATSS who failed even at that stage to realise and appreciate that there are FOUR "home nations" involved in each of the shooting sports, and that quite properly, "Sport ENGLAND" wondered why it should be in effect subsidising the three others."

NATSS had nothing to do with the Whole Sport bid, unless a citation can be provided to the contrary. If National (GB) bodies like NRA and NSRA can apply for Sport England funding, there is no reason a unified NATSS body could not also apply. Plese cite/explain the "tactical blunder" Rgh105 (talk) 16:44, 3 February 2011 (UTC)rgh105