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GSSF Shooters take top spots at GNRA/IPSC Guyana's 2018 Year-end Championships

Update: On December 16, 2018, GSSF’s sanctioned Practical Shooters were invited to participate in the Guyana National Rifle Association’s/IPSC Guyana’s Match where our shooters secured top prizes in all divisions. In Production Division, 1st to Ryan McKinnon, Open Division 1st - Pravesh Harry and Standard Division 1st to Rajiv Latchana. Other GSSF Members securing trophies for 1-5 were Mohamed Qualander (4th Overall Open and 3rd Overall Standard), Vidushi Persaud-McKinnon (4th Overall Standard) and Dominique DeGroot (4th C Class). Congratulations to Guyana Sport Shooting Foundation's Practical Shooters. In picture below: (Some of the GSSF Prize Winners after the Presentation at the Range of the trophies by GNRA's Vice-Captain, Mr. Gordon Richards) For full results, click here: https://practiscore.com/results/new/87d768ea-f7d4-41b9-814a-9277995a46a7

P&P INSURANCE BROKERS’ ANNUAL PRACTICAL PISTOL MATCH SET TO START GSSF’S SHOOTING CALENDAR FOR 2019

  

Local practical shooters will for the fourth year be given an opportunity to participate in the Annual Practical Pistol Match which has been exclusively sponsored by P&P Insurance Brokers and Consultants Limited and hosted by the Guyana Sport Shooting Foundation.

B.M. SOAT ANNUAL COSTUME MATCH ON STREAM WITH G.S.S.F.

For the third year, BM Soat Auto Sales backed the Guyana Sport Shooting Foundation in their Annual Costume Shooting Match. This themed competition has once again been exclusively sponsored by B.M Soat Auto Sales and is expected to be a keenly contested one. In the past, members turned out in their costumes, with appearances from Pocahontas, The Joker, Superman, Cowboys, Hondo, Magic Mike, Contractors, Arrow, Super Girl, a Farmer, Racer and even a Cricketer. This year the match is bound to be even more exciting with invited participants expected to once again take part donning costumes of their liking, hats, wigs, paint, garb are welcome but will have to be within the safety confines of the sport.

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