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Walk And Stalk

The best photo this month will receive a: Dow Hunting Pack

Sport Shooter Focus:  William Stopforth

Lexi goes for gold in France

By Liesl Venter

Her firearm may be highlighted with splashes of hot pink, but do not let this fool you: 21-year-old Alexis Biermann can shoot. Current National Open champion, she added another notch to her stick recently.

.22 Rifle Shoot at PERPC

By Adrian Luppnow

The Port Elizabeth Rifle & Pistol Club (PERPC) held its .22 rifle shoot on 25 February 2017. The shoot consisted of 33 rounds and five stages. This was the firstnon-IPSC rifle shoot to be held atPERPC in 2017. The idea was to get morenon-IPSC club members to the range and have some fun.

Montagu Pistol Club – SADPA Club Shoot

by Alida van den Berg

About 180 km from Cape Town in the Little Karoo lies the small town of Montagu. Among vineyards and orchards, and surrounded by the beautiful Langeberg Mountains, you will find the Montagu Pistol Club. IDPA was introduced in2013 and is practised here every month.

Mossberg targets 3 Gun shooters

by Gun Africa Staff Writer

The latest MMR™ Pro from O.F. Mossberg & Sons has been designed specifically for 3 Gun shooters. The new rifle is available exclusively from City Guns of Cape Town, the official agent for Mossberg in South Africa.

When seconds count, you can count on Vortex

by Chris Blatherwick

In today’s fast-paced sports-shooting environment, everyone is looking for that competitive edge to perform consistently at the highest level possible. Vortex has refined the tried-and-tested design of the SPAR (Speed Point Aiming for Rapid Combat) to fit the AR-style platform like a glove. Join us as we put the SPARC AR, supplied byWhylo Distributors, through its paces to see how it performs on an AR rifle platform.

Sport Shooter Profile:  Alex Gogos

Sport Shooter Profile: Shaun Ross

Self-discipline is a given for people who shoot. Physical and mental preparedness as well.

SA's first IDPA 6 Gun Master

by Liesl Venter

Shaun Ross has loved shooting as long as he can remember. Understandably so, since firearms have always been a part of his life. Growing up on a sugar estate in Malawi, boyhood lessons naturally included learning to shoot and hunt. It was a different time, where boys were exposed to firearms at a young age, with a certain freedom to explore and learn.