Disciplines

IPSC (International Pistol Shooting Confederation) – known as practical pistol, this is a test of speed and accuracy over a series of ‘stages’. It’s fun and fast moving – just try not to hit the penalty targets!

 

 

NRA – Action Match, a dynamic match shot from a variety of positions (standing/lying prone) from barricades and mats using .38 Super or 9mm semi automatic pistols or .38 special/.357 magnum revolvers.

 

 

ISSF (International Sport Shooting Federation) a range of events as seen at the Olympic and Commonwealth Games, from .177 air pistol (outlined above) to .38 centrefire, with the emphasis on precision.

 

Air pistol, as seen at the Olympic and Commonwealth Games. This match is shot from 10 metres using .177 calibre air pistols and is a great way for new shooters (and even experienced ones) to improve their accuracy.
Western Action, using modern reproductions of the types of firearms that helped tame the wild west – single action revolver, lever action rifle and shotgun. You can come as you are or join the posse of fancy dressers turned out as cowboys, gunslingers and saloon girls.
Black powder, using replicas of the cap and ball style pistols from the 1800s. It’s a blast – literally. Be prepared to get your hands dirty (it’s not called black powder for nothing) and to have a load of fun.
Small bore rifle, with our 50-metre pistol range doubling as a .22 calibre rifle range.