Category: News

Target Shooter License A special

Dear member, For the past couple of years the police have waived the requirement of two registered shoots in order to renew the Target Shooter A special License due to the pandemic. This year this is no longer the case and in order to be able to renew this license, you will need to show

AGM Meeting August 2022

Dear members, On the 2nd of August AACTS held its AGM meeting . We are pleased to announce the new executive committee for 2022. Chairman – Ian Brown Vice Chairman – Godfrey Pisani Secretary – William Tatham Treasurer – Joe Gatt Sports Coordinator – Dylan Cutajar Davis Liaison Officer – Simon Borg PR Officer – Tomas

Rescheduled shooting event day.

Dear members,  Next shooting day has been moved from 11th September to 10th. Event: Normal Shooting day. Date: Saturday 10th September 2022. Time: 08:30 – 14:00. Location: Gunblast Range (Nadur). Eligible guns: Pistol and Rifles. Please bring insurance, club membership and licence. Price: FACTS (AACTS & AMACS) members €10. Price: non FACTS members €15. Range

UPDATE: Letter to Politicians

On 7 March, FACTS addressed a letter to the leadership of the two main political parties to request their written commitment on two issues that are very import to the Federation and the local community of target shooters and collectors. I am writing to update you on the how things stand as at noon today,

Private Range Support Document

Dear member, The Federation of Arms Collectors and Target Shooters (FACTS), of which AACTS is a member of, has formally sent a letter to the Prime Minister and Leader of the Opposition with our grievances as regards to the lack of shooting ranges on the Islands. We are kindly asking you to help circulate these

IPSC Lecture

As members of AACTS, you can participate in a number of shooting disciplines, even ones run by other clubs within FACTS.  One of the most exciting and challenging disciplines in existence today must be dynamic shooting, under the auspices of the International Practical Shooting Confederation (IPSC).  An introductory talk shall be held at the club