RESULTS - WC
FINAL - NPA PPC National Postal League Log 2021
National Postal League Log MAY 2021
2022 Personal Details Form
List of Membership Form
NPA PPC Range Officer Examination
NPA and PPC Gradings Table
NPA and PPC Match Rulebook
Link to Pistol Shooting South Africa
SAPF is implementing a ISSF National Postal League (NPL)
The following ISSF shooting disciplines are to be shot
on a monthly basis.
Ladies Air Pistol
Rapid Fire Pistol
Ladies 50 Yards
Sport Pistol/Centre Fire
With Ladies Air Pistol, Ladies 25m, Mens Air Pistol and Rapid Fire
Pistol being the only official ISSF events shot internationally,
shooters are urged to start shooting these events.
The 50 Yards disciplines is also an International Postal Shoot namely
the Mayleigh Cup and shooters need to maintain there skills for this
Sport Pistol/Centre Fire and Standard Pistol are three of the popular
and challenging events and tests your shooting ability with the
different time levels to shoot in, deliberate/duelling/20 & 10 seconds.
(Either Sport Pistol or Centre Fire to be shot and not both on one day)
Scores to be submitted on the last day of every month May 2021 until
Shooting disciplines such as Free Pistol and Military
Rapid Fire .22/.32 should also be practiced because it must still be
shot at Provincial and National Championships.
The Presidents Cup (Top 20 Shooters in 50 Yards), the General De Wet
Trophy for men (Free Pistol/Rapid Fire Pistol/Air Pistol/Centre
Fire/Standard Pistol) and the Cavin Garson Trophy for ladies (Air
Pistol/Sport/50 Yards) during the National Championship.
SAPF is implementing a National Postal League (NPL)
for the following NPA and PPC events:
Willing participants must compete in the following
events on a monthly basis - :
- 1500 Revolver
- 1500 Pistol
The 600 matches for the aspiring PPC shotists who are not yet
participating in the 1500 and are looking to gain more experience and
- 600 Revolver
- 600 Pistol
Police B + Service B + PP2
The scores of the three NPA events will be tallied to produce one score
out of 1020 and therewith produce a ranking system for top NPA Shooters.
The scores must be submitted on a monthly basis on the last day of the
month from the Provincial Office. Postal rules will apply.