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  • What is SARPA?

    Tuesday, 03 September 2013   Graham Ellis

    SARPA is a not for profits organisation, it acts as the governing body for Field Airgun sports.

    It is Scottish RGB for FT and affiliated to the BFTA and NSRA

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  • Who is in SARPA?

    Tuesday, 03 September 2013   Graham Ellis

    If you are a member of a SARPA club, or are an Individual SAPRA member, then you are part of SARPA.

    The affiliation of clubs and the SAPRA management committee are here to support your sporting needs.

    As a  member you have the full committee's ears through your club or individual representative.

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  • What disciplines does SARPA support?

    Wednesday, 04 September 2013   Graham Ellis

    What ever the clubs require.

    Mainly FT, HFT, Pistol and some bench rest, clubs offer a wide scope including plinking on the zero ranges.

    All have one thing in common,  we're here for good safe fun


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  • Who can tell me more about SARPA?

    Wednesday, 04 September 2013   Graham Ellis

    Every club has a SARPA rep who sits on the club committee.  They should be your first port of call.

    Individual members have their own rep to make sure their voice is heard.

    If you get stuck you can always drop a line to the Secretary ir chairman.

    See contacts page for details.


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  • Can I start a club and affiliate to SARPA?

    Wednesday, 04 September 2013   Graham Ellis


    There is a minimum number of members (5) for a club.

    It must be properly constituted (we have templates for that) and you must have somewhere to shoot.

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  • Do I have to be a member of a club to join SARPA?

    Wednesday, 04 September 2013   Graham Ellis

    No, you may join as an individual subject to application and approval

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  • Can I ask a Question?

    Wednesday, 11 September 2013   Graham Ellis

    Yes, if you register and log in to the system from what I understand you can click on add question within the FAQ section.

    If that doesn't work just send to the Chairman or Secretary email addresses and we'll do our best.


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