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Welcome

The Australian Clay Target Association (ACTA) is responsible for administrating, promoting and developing the sport of clay target shooting. Clay target 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.

Clay Target Shooting has different disciplines which you can try, including: Trap, Skeet, ISSF and Sporting Clays. Each discipline varies in its approach and delivery of targets to give a choice and different experience with Clay Target Shooting.  The ACTA provides information on local, state, national and international competitions. You will find many interesting areas, including Coaching, Referees, Membership, Hall of Fame, the Clay Target Shooting News magazine & much more.

September 2020 CTSN

Rob Hunter - NTCTA Combined Trap & Skeet Carnival High Gun

Inside this month's edition

ACTA Report
Queensland News
Roma Hosts State and Zone Championships
QCTA South East Zone Skeet Carnival
ACTA News
From the Past
ACTA Coaching
NTCTA Combined Skeet and Trap Carnival
Insight on Sight
History of Wangaratta CTC
Waratah News
What’s Happening in the VCTA
Psychological Skills for Shooting
Three Events Shot at Port Macquarie Vale
Comp. Results: TAS, QLD, SA, NT, VIC, WA, NSW
Ransom Unpaid – Prisoner Released
Shoot Calendar
Break Badges
ACTA New Members


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ACTA Latest News

Mon, Aug 17th 2020

The Constitution Sub-Committee (“CSC”) has been working through how the Governance of the ACTA...

Mon, May 18th 2020

The ACTA has released a COVID-19 Compliance Guidelines for Clubs. To download a copy of the...

Sat, Mar 14th 2020

  Dear Members Please be advised that at the recent ACTA Executive Committee Meeting, a...

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