USE OF PRIVATE SHOOTING RANGE
If members do not have realistic access to a formally recognised shooting range to participate in In-House Postal Shoots, they may follow the steps below to apply for permission to use private ranges instead
(i.e. a shooting range on a farm)
Send an Email to email@example.com in this regard.
Approval to use a range on a farm or on a private property which is not open to the general public will then be requested from Exco on the member's behalf.
The following elements must be clearly stated in the Email requesting permission to shoot the In-House Postals on the "other" range:
Why it is absolutely necessary to shoot the In-House Postals targets on the "other" range;
The name of the place where the range is situated (i.e. a farm name);
Closest town, and Province
The length of the range;
The name, ID number & cell phone number of the person(s) who will act as witness & time keeper if the semi-auto exercises are shot there, and;
Two photos of the specific range showing that it is a dedicated shooting range and not just an open piece of veld.
At NHSA we want our members to shoot as often as they can. Exco will thus grant permission for the use of private ranges in instances where motivated requests are received.
We do, however, need a paper trail of these requests and approvals in order to be able to protect the integrity of our Postal Shoots at all times.