The late George Farquharson made a tremendous impact on the sport of target shooting.
He created the F-Class, a category of competition named in his honour.
George Farquharson passed away in 1995.
“It’s made shooting in many places more popular,” says his son David Farquharson. “It’s spread it to various places in the World – he started it to make it possible for older guys to still be able to compete. At the same time it made the younger guys enjoy the shooting more, because it was more accurate.”
Source and Video: CFJC
Click here to see the results from Fridays Night Shoot.
Thanks everyone that come out!
Saturday April 28th from 10am to 2pm Bay #1 by the long range
Smallbore ammunition should be factory loaded .22 caliber Long or Long rifle rimfire cartridges. Hot loads, such as “stingers” are not permitted.
For more information click here
When: April 27th, set up starts at 6pm, Match begins at DARK!
Where: Bay 1 KTSA bays
Set up starts at 6 pm. The more helpers the better the stages.
This match is for all those people interested in shooting in the dark. There will be
2 stages. Each stage will use 2 firearms. Rifle and pistol on stage 1. Shotgun and
pistol on stage 2. Semi-auto firearms are not required. Revolvers, lever action,
pump, break open and bolt guns are all welcome
Check out this Video for an impression https://goo.gl/AeFhYE
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firearms are a very emotional topic for many. But even if looked at C-71 more or less rational there is flaws in it. If you have a few minutes to spare please read this blog article and if you agree in the general view express your support by going to onevoice.
At the very least if your support the cause please consider signing https://petitions.ourcommons.ca/en/Petition/Details?Petition=e-1608
which is not taking much of your time at all (1 min and then a confirmation email).
Click here for more information.
We will not cancel indoor matches any more. We are gonna shoot for fun and awards.
The Door Prize (by draw) will be awarded if the minimum number shooters is met.
You do not have to be a KTSA member to enter the fun shoots we sponsor.
Should you need any further information please call Don Morphy, Match Director.