Contact and proceed to your nearest club on a weekend – You can hire the club gun and get some coaching. Proof of proof of identity Required to sign in. (drivers licence, passport etc).
Yes. Clay Target Shooting is very safe indeed. Safety rules are rigidly applied.
Yes. Clay Target Shooting is regulated by a national body and controlled by States, Zones and individual Clubs.
Shot under the inernational body FITASC Qld Sporting clays offer the following disciplines Spoting clays, Compak, and English Sporting.
You will be handicapped and graded according to your ability. Grades are AA, A, B & C..
Yes. Coaching is available and also instruction on gun safety and handling. A small fee is charged to cover ammuntion and insurance.
None at first. When you feel confident enough to make and informed purchase then you will require a Shotgun, glasses, ear protection and either a jacket or shell holster.
Ammunition is available from the Club
Category “A” firearms is all that is necessary. Weapons Information can be found at http://www.police.qld.gov.au/programs/weaponsLicensing/
You will require closed shoes, joggers or boots. (no thongs) casual dress and no camouflaged apparel of any kind.
All Clubs provide basic facilities and various forms of refreshment and food facilities.
Most definitely. This is one of the most rewarding parts of our sport. The friendship and social interaction on these occasions is one of the sport’s major highlights.
Many have reached World standard and have won Gold, Silver, and/or Bronze. Others have become Zone, State, or National champions.
There is a basic Insurance Cover against injury whilst on the grounds.
Absolutely not! It is an offence to shoot at any wildlife on our grounds. Transgression of that rule carries a penalty of instant dismissal.