Non ISSF shooting sports

All shooting sports - ISSF/ IPSC/ HFT/ Sporting Clays etc.
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Non ISSF shooting sports

Post by penpusher » Sun Mar 11, 2007 9:54 am

Can somebody provide a list of organisations/bodies other than ISSF, that conduct shooting championships / international matches.

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Re: Non ISSF shooting sports

Post by penpusher » Mon Mar 12, 2007 9:46 am

Mehul,

Thanks for the information.Do post about other organisations/bodies.Perhaps you can guess the reason why I am asking for this :wink: At the moment there are more important things on my mind and have not even been able to send the couple of applications under the RTI that I have got prepared.

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Re: Non ISSF shooting sports

Post by mehulkamdar » Mon Mar 26, 2007 5:09 am

penpusher,

Be happy to get an affiliation for the BGRC in India if you gentemen want to start a chapter. I am very closely involved with the US chapter as well as with the organisers of the parent club in Australia. There are categories for rifles from 8mm up these days though the essential "big game" rifles used in the various matches start at 9.3mm following the regulations in Africa for the 9.3x62 as a minimum calibre for dangerous game.

Incidentally, one of the organisers has a collection of more than 150 double rifles collected over the past 40 odd years from India. The collection resides in Australia.

Cheers!

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