Shooting Sports

Post Date:January 18, 2017

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.

23rd Circuit Schedule (2018-19)

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 Sports & Recreation@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: Sports & Recreation@pva.org.

Air Rifle / Air Pistol Circuit

Air Rifle / Air Pistol Event Schedule (2018-19)

Air Rifle Event Details

Air Rifle / Air Pistol Rules

For questions regarding PVAs Air Rifle / Air Pistol Program, please email us at Sports & Recreation@pva.org or call 202-416-7752.