UPDATE 25/03/2020: Re the Postponement of the National Skeet Carnival.
The ACTA wishes to inform all members that at this point of time we are endeavouring to conduct the National Skeet Carnival from the 1st - 7th November 2020. Due to the uncertain times in front of us due to the Covid-19 virus this decision will be readdressed in July before a definite decision is made, the health of our members and their families is our top priority.
UPDATE 19/03/2020: Following on from the postponement of the DTL Nationals earlier this week, it is with further regret that the ACTA Executive wish to advise that the National Skeet Carnival has met with the same fate.
UPDATE 14/03/2020: It is with Regret that the ACTA Executive wish to advise that the National DTL Carnival will be Postponed until further notice.
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Clay Target Shooting is a sport that can be enjoyed by the whole family as a recreation at a local gun club, or at a competition level from registered club events to regional, state, national and international competitions. These include World Championships, Commonwealth and Olympic Games.
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July 2020 CTSN
In this months edition:
- On the cover - Looking back - National Trap High Gun Winners 2012 - 2019
- ACTA Report
- History of the South Australian Gun Club
- Psychological Skills for Shooting
- Insight on Sight
- What’s Happening in the VCTA
- Queensland News
- ACTA State Handicappers
- ACTA State Rules Supervisors
- Badge Collecting – The Early Days
- Coaching News
- Shoot Calendar
- Cunnamulla and Covid-19
- ACTA New Members
- From Our Archives
- 2020 Annual Registration & Club Membership
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