About The Scottish Gamekeepers Association
The Scottish Gamekeepers Association (SGA) represents and unites Scotland’s gamekeepers, stalkers, ghillies, wildlife managers and rangers.
We represent and defend the interests of our members and promote education and best practice in gamekeeping, highlighting the significant contribution our members make to Scotland’s economy, environment, biodiversity and larder.
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Enjoy the best sporting shooting in Scotland & beyond with our insurance cover.
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Managing land for stalking and promoting the welfare of Scotland’s iconic species.
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Saturday 7th July
Targets will be engaged at 100, 200, 300 and 400 yards, so non-expanding (match) bullets are required. Since most entrants are home loaders this should not be an issue.
Most distances will be shot from prone position but also only "off the elbows" with rifle sling for 5 shots at a roe deer target at 100 yards. Since almost everyone has a rifle that shoots 1/4" groups at 100 yards we will expect even higher scores this year!
Please remember the Jubilee range at Blair Atholl has a reputation for ridiculing those who think they have mastered all her conditions!
If entrants arrive with 50 rounds of ammunition, a well tuned rifle, certificates and maybe a wee prize to add to the industry-donated items we should have a good day.
This event raises money towards SGA and GWT and will test everyone. Improve on your personal best, make and renew friendships and enjoy the craic!
Entry Forms can be arranged via the SGA Office. Only 5 Team Spaces Left.
It's nearly time for our shoot again and it will be back to its normal place at Findrack.
We are looking for help to run our day again from our shooting buddies and members of the SGA.
Also looking for auction lots, sponsors and raffle prizes. Anyone who can help please let Steve Harmson know on 07919864510
Open from 10am – 4pm with last entries at 3pm
50 Bird Sporting
Two Man Flush
25 Bird Compact Sporting
The current auction prizes are as follows and can be bid upon by contacting Steve Harmson
A Future for Moorland in Scotland
Download The SGA 'A Future for Moorland in Scotland' report.
Please consider a donation to the SGA for the production of this important project.
Contact 01738 587 515.