‘Break Badges will be recognised in sequences of 50, 75, 100, 150, 200, 250 and so on, provided these are shot over oscillating traps including Continental under double or single barrel conditions and in regular competition on one day only, excepting over a program of two or more successive days.’
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The Pan Pacific Friendship Shooting League invite ISSF shooters to attend the 20th Pan Pacific Event to be held October 15-20 2014 at Cheongwon, Korea
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Memo to all States and Zones
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The ACTA executive has been investigating ways to help clubs increase membership and to help boost the sport. Whilst membership has not fallen it has remained static. A number of initiatives are being looked at to help boost membership. The first initiative is outlined below. It is proposed to offer an incentive to members to become pro-active in signing up new members. The initiative is based on the policy of one year’s free membership to a member who signs up two new members, that is, if a member introduces and signs up two new members of similar or higher level, they will receive the next year’s membership free. Some criteria as follows: This initiative is open to any current member who introduces two new members at their level or a higher level. The form on the ACTA website must be completed and provided to the club when renewing your membership. The form must be signed by the clubs secretary, include the names of the two new members and be sent to the ACTA office. IF one of the new members joins a different club the form must indicate the club of both new members. This incentive provides a direct benefit for members who are pro-active in building their club and it will help to improve the sport.
The first major national clay target final held under the new rules laid down for the 31st Olympiad. The ACTA knew there would be challenges in adopting the new format but the first attempt, while a learning exercise for all, proved Australia can make it work.