• Issue 19 - May 2017

    Issue 19 - May 2017

    Communications Officer Sam Talbot finds out what it takes to be a world-class biathlete by speaking with siblings Damon and Darcie Morton who are representing Australia in Europe. Sam also revisits all the action from the SSAA NSW 2017 Junior Target Shooting Camp, which included expert coaching from international shotgun shooters Michael McNabb and Gemma Dunn. Brad Allen shows some junior hunters the ropes while they attempt to obtain the very challenging Tartini Grand Slam. Joseph Nugent details how useful finding animal droppings can be when hunting and gives some great advice for juniors when it comes to identifying and ageing sign. Plus, we reveal the details for this year’s SSAA National Junior Challenge, which will be held in South Australia at SSAA Para in July.


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