Come blast targets and compete in the Canadian University Shooting Federation’s inaugural Trap and Skeet tournament!
The tournament will consist of two events: 12 gauge Skeet and 12 gauge Trap. Each event will be 100 targets and will follow NSSA and ATA regulations.
Each competitor must be a current student at a Canadian post-secondary institution as of the competition end date. Additionally, each competitor must be a member of the applicable Provincial and National (ATA/NSSA) governing bodys. For more information please contact email@example.com
The CUSF postal program is officially here! Compete against students from University’s and Colleges across Canada in competitive target shooting. We are working with the Dominion of Canada Rifle Association (DCRA) to provide 4 classes of shooting:
– Open Smallbore Prone Team
– Open Iron Sight Smallbore Prone Individual
– Open Any Sight Smallbore Prone Individual
– Open Pairs Prone Smallbore
These correspond to matches 3.1, 3.2, 3.3 and 3.4 in the DCRA rulebook. We follow all the same rules and regulations, but are in a separate competition only open to post secondary students. The only discrepancy is the distance, all classes will shoot at 50 ft. Each match has a small fee associated with it, and each competitor must pay for a DCRA membership (if not already a member).
Sign up instructions:
1. Download the forms from the DCRA (www.dcra.ca/shooting.php), fill them out, and to firstname.lastname@example.org
2. Submit payment to email@example.com by etransfer (prefered) or by credit card at www.cusf.ca/donate
3. DCRA will send you the validation stickers for the whole team
4. Shoot the targets (must be ten bullseye) with the sticker affixed, and mail the target/sticker back to the DCRA by April 10th
5. We announce the winners in early May!
Registration is due BEFORE Feb 5th. Each competitor must be a current student at a Canadian post-secondary institution as of the competition end date. For more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
SFC ten bullseye targets are to be used, such as these: www.targets.ca/node/174
See www.dcra.ca/shooting.php for the full rules and entry forms