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Media Enquiries
President
Tony Judd

0408 814 931

president@ ssaasa.org.au

General Enquiries
Junior Vice President
Brendan Atkinson

0419 849 452

junvice@ ssaasa.org.au

Range Development, Club Liaison & Mobile Range
Executive Officer
James Reeves

0499 554 498

executiveofficer @ssaasa.org.au

logo
Media Enquiries

President

0418 820 470

president@ssaasa.org.au

General Enquiries

Junior Vice President

0419 849 452

junvice@ssaasa.org.au

Mobile Air Rifle Range Hire and Firearms Safety Instruction

Executive Officer

0499 554 498

executiveofficer@ssaasa.org.au

Disciplines

Disciplines

If you haven’t yet tried sport shooting or have only had limited experience at the range, you might think there isn’t that much variety. There’s a firearm and a target, so how different can that get, right? Actually, shooting offers a great deal of variety.

The SSAA’s shooting competitions, commonly referred to as ‘disciplines’, are the backbone of the Association and include the use of many types of firearms such as shotguns, pistols, revolvers and rimfire, centrefire, air and black powder rifles, depending on the discipline and competition concerned.

Some of the disciplines allow you to simulate real hunting activities or hone your shooting skills before you get out in the field. Clay Target shooting, for instance, was originally derived from real bird hunting, while Scoped Field Rifle and 3-Position allows you to practise the various stances and positions required for accurate hunting. other more specific disciplines such as Combined Services, Muzzleloading and Single Action permit the use of various types of period-style firearms and allow participants to re-enact the activities of certian time periods or events, giving shooters a whole new dimension to their sport.

Check out the following pages to SSAA’s shooting disciplines in SA. There really is something for every shooter.