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Ever wonder what it takes to make a career out of your passion for shooting?
Listen in as our panel discusses the various options in Canada, including paths like engineering, gunsmithing, sales and marketing!
Moderator: Alison de Groot, Managing Director of the Canadian Sporting Arms and Ammunition Association (CSAAA)
Spyros Chrysochou, General Manager, Stoeger CanadaTerry McCullough, Vice President & General Manager, Savage ArmsLee Collins, Principle & National Sales Manager, Eastern Outdoor Sales Inc.Adam Patterson, Director of Sales, Korth Group
The purpose of this seminar to discuss and explore considerations that should be given when someone wants to start on the road to becoming a pistol shooter.
Topics will include:
The path to becoming a pistol shooter:
What can I do with a pistol?
What should be my main considerations when shooting pistols?
I’m sure I’ll be really good so do I require instruction?
Where should I look to obtain instruction.
What should I look for when choosing a good instructor.
Can I shoot without a Restricted Possession Acquisition License?
I’ve got my RPAL so what should I buy? What can I use my pistol for? Where can I use my pistol? What equipment do I require?
What are my budgetary considerations? (how not to break your budget!)
Range fees ,Organizations, Storage
How do I get into competitive shooting and what are the differences between organizations? IPSCo IDPAo 3gun
Darryl and Reg talk the fundamentals of optics and the physics behind what happens between seeing your target and pulling the trigger.
For anyone interested in long range shooting this is one you can't miss!
Our Annual General Meeting is your opportunity to hear what we have planned for the future, and have a voice in how the Canadian University Shooting Federation can serve you better.
Two of the best Skeet shooters in the country join us to discuss this exciting part, and how you can train your mind to hit targets after targets. Dean is Canada's top NSSA Instructor and Competitor, while Trysten shoots internationally for Team Canada while pursing a PhD at U of Vic. Can't get better talent than that!
Starting shooting at the age of 12 through the Cadet's program, Audrey-Anne grew through the ranks until she was shooting in her first ISSF World Cup before turning 18. Her love of competitive shooting has brought her around the world and back again! Join us to discover her story and see what it takes to shoot at such a high level.