We have secured access to use the GDF Yarrowkabra Range at Timehri on Saturday 11th April, 2015.
As such we will be using this opportunity to host a practicesession, this can be used to sharpen your skills for our Steel Challenge Match slated for next week, Saturday 18th April, 2015. Others can additionally do timed drills as they see fit.
Additionally if you still have the practical section of our Range Discipline & Firearms Safety Course to complete this is an opportunity for you to do so.
Amidst light scattered showers last Saturday 28th March, 2015, local practical shooters came out and safely balanced the three elements of the practical shooting triangle: Speed, Power and Accuracy at the GDF’s Timehri Ranges when the Guyana Sport Shooting Foundation hosted another Practical Pistol competition which was open to all existing practical shooters of Guyana.
Speed, power and accuracy: Three elements of the practical shooting were well-balanced last Saturday 24th January, 2015 at the GDF’s Timehri Ranges when the Guyana Sport Shooting Foundation safely hosted the first competition for 2015 – a Practical Pistol Match sponsored by Woodpecker Products. The company generously donated to the G.S.S.F. several high quality Trophies for the competition, which was open to all experienced practical pistol competitors in Guyana.
Following the Latest Edition of Practical Shooting Handgun Rules, the shooters enjoyed an afternoon in the blazing sunshine while safely engaging targets in three dynamic stages in the Standard Division. These stages required the competitor to shoot as accurately as possible at multiple targets that were setup in various scenarios, while moving, and striving to do so in a shorter time than the other competitors. Points were deducted for any misses and any hits on specific penalty targets.
Speed, power and accuracy: Three elements of the practical shooting triangle were well balanced last Saturday 25th October, 2014 at the GDF’s Timehri Ranges when the Guyana Sport Shooting Foundation successfully hosted its Inaugural Practical Pistol Match.
The match was declared open by GSSF’s President Vidushi Persaud and after some brief remarks from Vice President Michael Blake, things got underway.
Following the Latest Edition of Practical Shooting Handgun Rules, the competitors enjoyed an afternoon with wonderful weather under cool but overcast skies while safely engaging targets in three dynamic stages.
On Monday 20th October, 2014, Owner and Managing Director of Trophy Stall located at Bourda Market, Georgetown, Mr. Ramesh Sunich generously donated to the Guyana Sport Shooting Foundation trophies for their upcoming Inaugural Practical Pistol Match to be held on Saturday 25th October 2014 at the GDF Yarrowcabra Ranges, Timehri.
At a simple hand-over ceremony Monday afternoon, Mr. Ramesh Sunich who is well known for his contributions to the development of sports in Guyana, handed over the Trophies to the Foundation’s Board members. Mr. Steve Ninvalle, Secretary of the G.S.S.F. accepted the Trophies on behalf of the Foundation and thanked Mr. Ramesh Sunich for his involvement in and support of sport shooting in Guyana.
Two members of the Guyana Sport Shooting Foundation returned on Monday after taking part in the International Practical Shooting ConFoundation Region of Suriname Level II Match held on Sunday October 5, 2014.
The GSSF was once again represented by Mr. Ryan McKinnon and Ms. Vidushi Persaud at a match held at the MTC Ranges, Suriname. The match consisted of 7 stages requiring a minimum of 140 rounds of 9mm or higher calibre. These dynamic stages required competitors to shoot as accurately as possible at multiple targets that were setup in various scenarios and distances: some through window cutouts, around walls, while moving, reloading, others under tables, there were even stages that stipulated shooting with your right hand only and another with your left hand only, all while trying to beat the clock and complete the stage with a better time than your competitor. Points were deducted for misses and any hits on specific penalty targets. Most importantly, all this is to be done safely, while keen specially trained Range Officers were present managing the strict business of safety for all in blazing sunshine and typically high tropical humidity.