Whatever shooting sport you are into we have you covered
False Bay Sport Shooting Club prides itself in bringing its members the latest in sport shooting. If there is something we don’t offer feel free to contact someone and if there is enough interest we might just bring it to the club.
Practical shooting is an international sport, promoted in more than sixty countries. The International Practical Shooting Confederation is the governing body, it sets the various rules i.t.o. match procedures, equipment and safety for competitions.
The 3-Gun Nation Club Series provides an opportunity for shooters of all skill levels to compete with each other on a international level at their local club with three shooting platforms, pistol, rifle and shotgun. 3GN does this through the use of Classifier stages and a international database. Once a classifier has been shot and scores submitted, individual members will receive a designated ranking for their skill level. At this point they will be able to compete with other shooters in their particular class across the country and internationally.
International Confederation of Revolver Enthusiasts (ICORE) combines elements of the Bianchi Cup, IPSC, and the Steel Challenge into demanding competition exclusively for revolvers
Sporting clays is a form of clay pigeon shooting, often described as “golf with a shotgun” because a typical course includes from 10 to 15 different shooting stations laid out over natural terrain.
During the late 1970’s it began to become apparent that the then National Shooting Associations did not really cater for the needs and aspirations of the growing body of full bore pistol shooters in Britain. The National Pistol Association was born. In the 1980′s the NPA was introduced to South Africa.
The National Shooting Association is a South Africa based, apolitical, non-racist, and non-sexist shooting association with the following principle objectives:
MPDS recognizes the use of rifles, shotguns, and handguns as sport shooting tools.
MPDS is designed to give clubs and competitors the option of enjoying the use of these tools in a sport shooting environment.
MPDS promotes the safe and responsible use of firearms in a controlled environment.
The Western Territory Rangers is the dedicated Cowboy Action Shooting club for Cape Town and surrounding areas. An affiliate to Western Shooters of South Africa, the Western Territory Rangers has in fact developed from the original nucleus of Cowboy Action shooters in the Western Cape.
Founded in 2013 and currently (Dec. 2013) in the process of development formulation, the International Training Academy Sports Shooting Club (ITASSC) is a multi-gun shooting sport based on simulated self-defense & practical shooting scenarios and skills tests. This is the first step on the ladder to dynamic defensive and practical competition shooting. Designed to be enjoyable to all shooters of all skill levels, With a premium put on the social interaction and camaraderie of the members. Our main goal is to test and enhance the skill and ability of the individual.
The Steel Challenge is a shooting sport that tests both accuracy and speed. The targets, made of steel, range in size from 10″ round plates to 18″x24″ square plates. Competitors are scored based solely on the time it takes them to shoot each stage. The last target that is shot is known as the “stop plate”, which stops the timer.
SADPA – South African Defensive Pistol Association is shooting sport in South Africa with its own rules and regulations.
The sport started within South Africa in May 2001 and has grown to an active 1000 odd shooters in 46 active clubs shooting over 300 matches a year. It is geared for easy entry to a novice shooter with NSO (New Shooter Orientations) provided to facilitate easy and safe participation for all levels of shooters.
We cater for Multi-Gun shoots (Handgun / Shotgun / Semi-Auto Rifles) and are an officially SAPS / CFR recognized dedicated sport shooting body.
One of the unique facets of this sport is that it is geared toward the new or average shooter, yet is fun, challenging and rewarding for the experienced shooter. The founders developed the sport so that practical gear and practical guns may be used competitively.
An interested person can spend a minimal amount on equipment and still be competitive.
The main goal is to test the skill and ability of the individual, not equipment or gamesmanship. “Competition only” equipment is not permitted in this sport.