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Starting to shoot -- Hyderabad helpers?

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Re: Starting to shoot -- Hyderabad helpers?

Postby kanwar76 » Wed Jun 30, 2010 12:24 pm

Is it the same book written by Bindra or his coach :?

If it is then I think its worth it, its full of pictures and some more good stuff.

Can we buy it collectively and have a reading chain or something like that?

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Re: Starting to shoot -- Hyderabad helpers?

Postby m24 » Wed Jun 30, 2010 8:29 pm

kanwar76 wrote:Is it the same book written by Bindra or his coach :?


The book is written by his current coaches. They have added his name and the pics in the later editions so that the book sells more in India.

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Re: Starting to shoot -- Hyderabad helpers?

Postby Subal das » Wed Jun 30, 2010 8:35 pm

http://www.targettalk.org/viewtopic.php ... ght=bindra

here is thread on target talk related to the book


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Re: Starting to shoot -- Hyderabad helpers?

Postby amer4545 » Mon Jul 05, 2010 2:17 pm

I ordered the book from Manohar books, got a 10% discount + 100 courier charges.
Choose to buy the book instead of running behind people who have it after reading such incredible reviews.

Thanks Subal for talking about this book.

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Re: Starting to shoot -- Hyderabad helpers?

Postby Anand » Thu Jul 22, 2010 4:38 pm

Met with Mr.Kondanna who is now the Range Head, he is very experienced, and is an ex Police officer. A Very down to earth, well respected and senior gentleman. He had been the coach and manager for the AP police shooting team for many years and on request by the authorities has come to the present position at the Range.
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Re: Starting to shoot -- Hyderabad helpers?

Postby abhishek140270 » Mon Oct 11, 2010 5:30 pm

Hello everyone,

I am also new person in this forum and shooting world, only today I got IHP 35M .177 rifle. Next Saturday and Sunday I am planning to visit Gachhibowli shooting range. I hope I will be able to see some members from here.

Abhi



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Re: Starting to shoot -- Hyderabad helpers?

Postby Subal das » Mon Oct 11, 2010 11:43 pm

abhishek140270 wrote:Hello everyone,

I am also new person in this forum and shooting world, only today I got IHP 35M .177 rifle. Next Saturday and Sunday I am planning to visit Gachhibowli shooting range. I hope I will be able to see some members from here.

Abhi


Sunday getting really crowded, great to see so many new people interested in shooting
best wishes
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Re: Starting to shoot -- Hyderabad helpers?

Postby srikappana » Tue Dec 13, 2011 1:24 pm

Hi , I am new to the post and need some more details on joining SAAP range .

Does the range operate on weekends aswell??

Thanks
Srikanth



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Re: Starting to shoot -- Hyderabad helpers?

Postby furqan » Fri Jan 20, 2012 5:08 pm

Bump

Hi,

I am also a novice here. Where can I learn Air rifle shooting? Please need info from senior IFGs


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Re: Starting to shoot -- Hyderabad helpers?

Postby Humrahi » Mon May 28, 2012 1:13 pm

Any firearm made in India is of socialist type; meaning quality does not count. As long as a projectile is propelled and it hits in the " vicinity of the target", it has done it's job ! Never mind what havoc this plays with your self confidence. You are better off buying a Chinese Norinco air Rifle and it's pellets which can at least make some holes within the target.

If you are lucky, purchase a European Air Rifle and pellets and watch your self confidence grow !



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Re: Starting to shoot -- Hyderabad helpers?

Postby Humrahi » Fri Jun 29, 2012 3:22 pm

I will be going abroad shortly and would bring along an air rifle. I need to know if membership of this shooting club will be of any help while clearing my baggage @ the airport ?



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Re: Starting to shoot -- Hyderabad helpers?

Postby sujeet2cena » Fri Jul 27, 2012 1:44 am

hello every one and i am new to this forum i am very much interested in learning the shooting today i have been to the shooting range in gachibowli {27 july 2012}and i asked for the membership they told me to bring 2 passport size photos and address proof and 1000 rupees to join and they also told that every month i have to pay 1000 ruppes

so at the starting to take membership i have to pay 2000 rs it seems and i have to buy pellets and targets on my own so that cost up to 5000 monthly i think so but i am from a poor family i cant afford that much money for every month

and i want to know that if at all i join the SAAP can we compete for bigger tournaments like Olympics,asian games ,common wealth games

i want to gain a gold medal in Olympics like abinav bindra did it for India
i also want to compete for the Olympics

and can any one tell me that when does this summer camp starts every year


plz help me out
thanks



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Re: Starting to shoot -- Hyderabad helpers?

Postby amitic3 » Fri May 31, 2013 4:43 pm

Hi Ram,

Please share your contact number or e-mail id.

I want to start up with the shooting activity I have some questions for which I am seeking answers. It would be great if you can help me out.

Thank You,

Amit



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Re: Starting to shoot -- Hyderabad helpers?

Postby [email protected] » Wed Mar 26, 2014 12:19 pm

Hi All,

I am a Newbie looking for shooting activity in hyderabad. where can i find a shooting institute in hyderabad to start my sport shooting.

Thank you.

Madhav



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Re: Starting to shoot -- Hyderabad helpers?

Postby Anand » Wed Mar 26, 2014 7:45 pm

Please contact the Shooting Range at Hyderbad Central University Campus. shooting camps are conducted during the summer holidays to train new entrants. A membership fee will be charged and all expendables such as pellets and targets are at your cost. Depending on your interest and talent, they may even allow you to use the range guns.
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