Harry, Khan and Hopkinson emerge victorious after weekend’s G.S.S.F’s Practical Shooting Match sponsored by ORINDUIK DEVELOPMENT INC.

The Guyana Sport Shooting Foundation on Sunday 2nd October, 2022 successfully hosted a Practical Pistol match sponsored by Orinduik Development Inc.

Local practical shooters gathered at the Camp Stephenson’s GDF Timehri shooting range to take part in an exciting Practical Pistol match which comprised of five challenging but fun stages. The match was conducted by Match Director Mr. David Dharry who declared it open.


Like the multi-tiered series of cascades of the Orinduik Falls, Orinduik Development Inc. has been keeping a steady flow in supporting the respective shooting disciplines of the GSSF. This 4th year in a row is no different as the company once again will be sponsoring an upcomong Practical Shooting Match hosted by the Guyana Sport Shooting Foundation.

The match is slated to bring out handgun Practical Shooters after a long time to the range. There their knowledge of firearm safety will be foremost while competitor’s skills of marksmanship and handgun reliability will be put to the test in the fast-paced run and gun shooting that the sport of practical shooting is know for.

Praetorian Executive Protection Services Inc.’s STEEL CHALLENGE COMPETITION declared a safe and exciting G.S.S.F. MATCH

The Guyana Sport Shooting Foundation hosted what was declared to be an exciting and safe Steel Challenge Match which was sponsored by Praetorian Executive Protection Services Inc. at the GDF Small Bore Range at Camp Stephenson, Timehri.
Opening remarks were made by Match Director, Captain Gary Sahai who welcomed participants, identified the officials for the afternoon session and declared the Match open.
The two stage match consisted of sanctioned S.C.S.A. stages, namely Smoke and Hope and Outer Limits. With safety and efficiency in mind, shooters were organised in a shooting order and took turns on each stage which gave rise to a lot of tense moments as spectators and competitors were treated to some pinging fun.