Recognised Sport Shooting Activities



The following activities can be reported to count towards the annual maintenance of dedicated sport status:

1.    Sport Shooting Activity Practice Target Shooting

2.    Organized Shooting Competition (Non-NHSA - includes Range Officer duties)

3.    Organized Shooting Event (Non-NHSA - includes Range Officer duties)

4.    Sport Shooting Training Course

5.    Long Distance Gong Shooting

6.    Long Distance Shooting Course

7.    Tactical Firearm Training Course

8.    Sighting of Sport Shooting Rifle or Handgun Scope

9.    Development of a Sport Shooting Load

10    Reloading of Sport Shooting Ammunition

11.    Attend a Reloading Course

12.    Attend an Expo or Show (sport shooting or firearm-related)

13.    Attend a Meeting (sport shooting or collectors related)

14.    Range Officer Log-sheet

Remember that postal target shooting exercises count as sport shooting activities and automatically reflect as sports-shooting activities after having been approved.

And Note: All rifle, shotgun clay target Postal Target Shooting Exercises exercise, shotgun steel plate / gong exercises (excluding the Protecta shotgun), as well as the hunting handgun postal exercise can at submission of the target score, be chosen to count to either maintain dedicated hunter or dedicated sports-person status.  Members choose which option they prefer when they enter the score on the Scores page on their Natshoot Member Portal.