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Best wishes for the holiday season from the ACTA

2022 ISSF Pre-Nominations are open. Click for PreNomination, Event Program, Event Info

2022 Shooting Rules Book available

The Shooting Rules book for 2022 is out, please click here to download a copy. The 2021 Shooting Rules book is available until the end of the year here.

Covid-19 National Hall of Fame Points Qualification Policy

In order for National Hall of Fame Points to be awarded at any ACTA-affiliated State or National Carnival, ALL State Borders between the hosting State / Territory and every other State / Territory must be / become open:

  • At a minimum, three full days prior to the advertised closing date for event nominations, OR
  • 21 day’s prior to the date of the advertised commencement date of the event,(whichever timeline is the greater), AND
  • That there be no announcement of any impending Border Closure between any other State / Territory and the hosting State / Territory to take effect within two days following the completion date of the competition, this condition taking into account the necessity to provide sufficient time for participants to be able to complete their competition and all essential return travel requirements before the date any border(s) are officially re-shut.

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.

December 2021 CTSN

On the cover: 2020/21 ACTA Executive Committee: Back (L-R) Brian Muirson, Les Kadziela, Colin Kneebone, Malcolm Collins, Alan Styles, Mark Dennis, Terry Marsden. Front (L-R) Len DeCandia, Malcolm Dyson, Garry Read, Lynne Curtis

Inside this month's edition

ACTA Report
Coaching News
My Clubs My Scores Algorithms Explained
Attention Members and Secretaries
New Skeet Rules for 2022 Explained
Mid North CTC Annual Birthday Shoot
What’s Happening in the VCTA
SEZ Carnival Record Attendance at Warwick
31st Anniversary for Lower North Gun Club
Around the Traps in Tasmania
2022 National Squads Announced
Psychological Skills for Shooting
Birthday Wishes to Patrick Dignam
Old Alexandra’s 68th Birthday
Break Badges
Competition Results: NSW, VIC, TAS, SA, WA, QLD
ACTA New Members
Southern Zone Continental Action at Bega
Classifieds
Shoot Calendar
2022 Registration and Club Membership Application


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