Secretary: Jason 0407 515 245
Postal: PO Box 312, Cadell SA 5321
About the Club
The Cadell Pistol Club Inc in South Australia is one of the SSAA’s smallest branches. However, as the saying goes, size doesn’t matter. The small but committed group of shooters are all passionate about the sport and dedicated to growing their membership.
The club was established in1972 and is located 5km out of the township of Cadell, which is 180km north of Adelaide.
Surrounded by Mallee scrub, the Cadell Pistol Club Inc offers its members four different ranges, making congestion rarely an issue. There are two ranges in which members can shoot various 25m and 50m events and there are also shotgun and air pistol ranges. Range shoots are held on Sunday afternoons and Monday nights and are used to shoot UIT matches, Black Powder, Shotgun, Air Pistol and Rifle Silhouette matches.
Amenities include a clubroom/kitchen and separate men’s and women’s toilets. There is space for camping, although the sites are not powered.
The Cadell Pistol Club Inc is unique, in that the clubhouse was built by hand by the prisoners of the Training Centre. The stone used was taken from an old home in the area.
The club President is David Noack, who also serves as one of the club’s resident trainers and takes all new members through the required safety awareness course.
New members and visitors are always welcome.
What do we shoot
- ISSF Handgun
- Clay Target
- Single Action Rifle
- 25 yard Service Match
- Service Pistol
- Air Pistol
- Air Rifle
- Blackpowder Handgun
- Blackpowder Rifle
- Smallbore Rifle
When do we shoot
- Sunday Mornings @ 11am and Monday nights (call to confirm)