Welcome to the KwaZulu-Natal Practical Shooting Association!
KZNPSA is a provincial governing body for shooting clubs within the province of KZN that participate in IPSC which is a practical sport shooting discipline involving handguns, rifles or shotguns. IPSC is a highly competitive sport which combines speed, accuracy and strategy to achieve the highest score. Competitions range from club level, to provincial, national and international events. CLICK HERE to find out how to become a member of KZNPSA.
LETTER FROM THE COMMITTEE
Greetings KZNPSA members! Welcome to the new website, we hope to use this as a platform to assist with general administration and education of members regarding documents, procedures etc. Please take the time especially to familiarise yourself with the documents and procedures page, notably the SAPSA membership and DSS procedures which have always been the source of confusion for members.
The new committee is changing the way some things are done, hopefully to increase efficiency and minimize fuss to get on with the business of shooting. We are all working very hard and trying our best to get this province running smoothly, your patience and support is appreciated.
The first league shoots for 2021 were a huge success, so far we have held a shotgun league and 2 handgun leagues as well as a number of club shoots at various clubs across the province. Precautions are taken such as limiting the squad numbers and removing contact items like door handles or tables, as well as sanitizing and masks. We see no reason why shooting cannot go ahead under these conditions.
We wish you all a great shooting season!! See you on the range !
KZNPSA and SAPSA membership fees are set to remain the same for 2021. These fees are up for renewal!
CLICK HERE to read the process of renewing or applying for new membership.
WORLD SHOOT 2021
The IPSC World shoot scheduled for November 2021 has been postponed to December 2021 due to Covid 19. The event will take place in Pattaya, Thailand. Congratulations to the KZN shooters selected to represent South Africa, we wish you the best of luck and hold thumbs that the event does in fact go ahead as planned.