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Practical Shooting SA Jerseys are coming!
Our first Club Jerseys! Clean stages and look amazing wearing your very own Practical Shooting SA Jersey. Manage barricades better, tighten your groups up, and increase your velocity just by buying this shirt!* Do it, now!
These shirts can be customised with your name on the back (where it says Harris).
Be quick as we are about to order ...
*none of the above promises are actually true. But you will get a shirt. It will probably even look similar to the one in the picture.
check out one of the fastest growing
styles of shooting in the world!
Our Club at the Monarto Shooting Complex has 4 ranges stretching out to 500m, laden with a variety of targets for all day practice, plinking and sight in.
On the first weekend of every month we have fun filled Practical Rifle Competitions. All shooters are warmly welcome to bring any rimfire or centrefire up to 8mm and come and try this exhilarating sport. We also open mid month and on request if available.
Additionally we are setup for several handgun disciplines including Metallic Silhouette.
If you like to compete, plink, target shoot, or just need to sight in your firearm, then come for a visit - your first is free.
We conduct regular approved courses for those wanting a Firearms Licence (A1, B1, H1).
UPCOMING SHOOT DAYS
What is practical shooting?
Practical Shooting is fast, fun and exhilarating which is why it’s one of the fastest growing shooting sports in the world. Practical Shooting is where the competitors are trying to unite the three principles of precision, positions and speed to score as many points as possible during the given amount of time.
The courses are called "stages", and are shot individually by the shooters who must move and shoot from several positions, fire under or over obstacles and in other unfamiliar situations. There are no standard exercises or set arrangement of the steel targets, and the courses are designed so that the shooter must be inventive, and therefore the solutions of challenges frequently varies between shooters.
We operate under the SSAA Practical Shooting Rule Book, with various modifications to suit the local range. We have a calibre limit of 8mm (.323) and a muzzle velocity limit on our steel targets of 3200fps.