A chilly Saturday at the beginning of December saw the trial of the Scottish Target Shooting Disability Inclusion Training (DIT) Course, a course to help target shooting clubs be more confident and when working with disabled shooters and members of the public.
STS has been provided with a statement by Police Scotland that it has been asked to share with the shooting community to explain the process if someone has concerns around the health of individual in possession of a Firearm, Shotgun or Air Weapon Certificate and provide helplines that people can contact.
STS is looking for nominations for the Bob Aitken Service to Shooting Award, recognising those who have contributed so much to helping the sport in Scotland. Get your nominations in by 28 February 2019.
Two British and three Scottish records, eleven medals and thirteen finalists across three days were just some of the results brought home by Scottish athletes from the Welsh Airgun Championships in Cardiff last weekend.
The Scottish Qualifier took place at Bo’ness Recreation Centre on Sunday 28th October. There was a wide age range of competitors from Primary 6 to Secondary 6 and competitors came from all over Scotland; Inverness, Aberdeen, Jedburgh, Lockerbie... and we also had guests from Wales, Newcastle and the Isle of Man.