today 22, January 2021

The Management and Executive Committees of Pistol Australia, which includes representatives from all States and Territories, met on Thursday 21st January 2021 to discuss the staging of the 2021 National Championships in view of the ongoing pandemic.

It was unanimously decided that all 2021 National Championships will proceed as scheduled. Please see list below.

The entry form for the 2021 Metallic Silhouette Small Bore and Field Pistol National Championships – Sporting Shooters Pistol Club Majura, ACT from 5th to 7th March 2021 is  now available on the PA web site at this link: https://pistol.org.au/event-entry-forms/

The 2021 PA/ISSF Nationals Entry form and Web Site – http://2021paissfnationals.com.au/ will be available soon.

IMPORTANT NOTE: All competitors, officials, support staff and spectators are encouraged to monitor your local and interstate health and border restrictions. When booking airlines and accommodation please try to ensure you can cancel with no or minimal cost in case a late border closure prevents you from attending. More on this later.

  • 2021 Metallic Silhouette Small Bore and Field Pistol National Championships – Sporting Shooters Pistol Club Majura, ACT from 5th to 7th March 2021


  • 2021 PA National Championships – Metropolitan Pistol Club, Queensland – 26th to 31st March 2021


  • 2021 ISSF National Championships – Brisbane International Shooting Centre, Queensland – 31st March to 4th April 2021


  • 2021 Action Pistol National Championships – Yarra Pistol Club, Victoria – 26th to 29th August 2021


  • 2021 Metallic Silhouette Big Bore National Championships – Toogoolawah Pistol Club, Queensland from 17th to 19th September 2021

For more information about each Championship please contact the host Association or view the Pistol Australia web site or any of our social media platforms below:

Web site: https://pistol.org.auFacebook: www.facebook.com/PistolAustralia

Instagram: pistolaustralia │Twitter: @PistolAustralia


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