Shooting

Shooting is a test of accuracy and control, in which competitors use pistols and rifles to fire a series of shots at a stationary target.

Paralympic Classification 
Shooters are divided into wheelchair and standing groups. 
Divisions are split into six sub-classes, each of which determines the type of mobility equipment the competitor is allowed to use:
SH1: For pistol and rifle competitors who do not require a shooting stand
SH2: For rifle competitors who have an upper limb disability and require a shooting stand 

Shooting in the Bay of Plenty

BOP Pistol Association  Click here 

Tauranga Pistol Club @ TECT All Terrain Park:  Click here for drone footage of all of the ranges and for more information.

Please contact Peter 07 543 3458 (Club Secretary) to organise a visit to the park and to discuss your shooting requirements. This club has considered disabled shooters throughout the construction of the ranges with the intention to have ability to accommodate disabled shooters into the club. 

Where and When?

The Club is located in shooting area at the TECT park. Contact us if it is your first visit and we can organise somebody to show you around.IMPORTANT: Access to the Pistol Valley is via TECT Park, NOT Ngawahro Road, the online maps directions are not current, and mobile phone reception is limited in this area.

Directions are below:
Take the TECT Park turn off.
Immediately turn Left, follow the road (Weld Road) under the highway for approximately 1km to the next intersection.
Turn left at the next intersection onto the gravel road to proceed to the shooting area.
At the Bay of Plenty Clay Target Association Grounds Turn Right.
The Pistol Valley entrance is the first Left at the bottom of the hill.
Proceed though the gate down the gravel to Range one.

Who to contact

Peter - Club Secretary
021923255
John Peacock - Tauranga Pistol Club ISSF Represent
021923255