Shooting Sports

Do you love the outdoors & the thrill of new experiences? Shooting sports may be right for you.

SHOOTING SPORTS AND COMPETITIONS

Paralyzed Veterans of America supports shooting and hunting activities for people living with spinal cord injury and disease (SCI/D) in many ways:

  • Spearheading passage of the Disabled Sportsmen's Access Act of 1998
  • Furthering the 37 Action Points of the 2000 National Shooting Sports Foundation Summit
  • Donating adaptive outdoor equipment to military installations and state wildlife agencies
  • Organizing shooting events nationwide

National Shooting Sports Circuit

All shooters with disabilities and able-bodied shooters compete as equals in the various disciplines of shooting on the Shooting Sports Circuit. Whether it's clay targets, paper targets, or long-range targets, the Shooting Sports Circuits offers a wide variety of opportunities and competitions for both the recreational shooter and the competitive shooter.

22nd Circuit Schedule (2017-18)

Shooting Sports Rules

Shooting Sports Sponsors

The Shooting Sports Circuit stretches from Seattle to Tampa, Redlands to Baltimore, and everywhere in between. To register contact andym@pva.org.

PVA connects people with SCI/D to a full calendar of shooting and hunting opportunities. We'd be happy to include details of your events. Send them to us: andym@pva.org.

Air Rifle / Air Pistol Circuit

Air Rifle Event Details

Air Rifle / Air Pistol Rules

Kentucky - Indiana Air Rifle & Boccia Tournament (Nov 16-17)

For questions regarding PVAs Air Rifle / Air Pistol Program, please contact Fabio Villarroel, Acting Sports Director, at FabioV@pva.org or 202-416-7655.