A: A shooting enthusiast can simply walk in anytime between 9 AM to 5PM for a free trial and can sign up for a 15 day Basic Safety Shooting course, which is mandatory to attend and pass. After the completion of the course, you can enrol for membership.
A : Any person above the age of 10, fulfilling the basic fitness requirements, is welcome to shoot. On the other end of the limit, again, fitness is all it takes and not numbers.
A:The rifles and pistols that are used by us for the training and in competitions do not need any license to be used or owned, as per the Indian Arms Act, 2016.
A:A lot of factors are considered before you choose a particular category for e.g. – Body Structure – If you have a strong upper body – you may be more suited for Pistol shooting. Both Rifle and Pistol shooting have their own thrill and most people seem to instantly belong to one of the two. However if you are unable to decide, there are mentors who can help you out with it.
A:Surely, a lot of the top shooters do not have a 20/20 vision and still shoot very well. All you need is a corrected vision.
A:Not at all! However, you would need specific equipment which the academy can provide.
A:Training with our expert coaches and mentors, it would take about 6 to 9 months with training 3 to 4 hours a day for about 4 to 6 days a week, depending on the learning curve of the individual.
A: Ashiwini Sports Foundation, Coorg.
A: Bishop Cotton Boys School, Shimla.
A: Emerald Heights International School, Indore.
A: Hansraj College, Delhi.
A: Delhi Public School, Hyderabad.