We Provides all coaching and equipment necessary
for the shooting sports...
RIFLE & HANDGUN TARGET SHOOTING IS A GREAT SPORT AND AN EXCITING HOBBY!
We can show you how to safely participate in handgun target shooting and you can learn how to take part in a number of different target shooting disciplines to develop your skill and enhance your enjoyment of this great sport.
The Prince Target Shooting Club, offers students the opportunity to experience the Olympic sports of 10m Air Rifle and Air Pistol shooting. The club has a 10 meter and 15 meter shooting range. The club provides all the coaching and equipment necessary for those completely new to the sport, as well as experienced shooters.
Shooting Sports is a group of competitive and recreational sporting activities involving proficiency tests of accuracy, precision and speed in shooting -- the art of using ranged weapons, mainly small arms (firearms and airguns, in forms such as handguns, rifles and shotguns)
We at Prince Target Shooting Club uses Air Guns and CO2 Pistols. An air gun or airgun is a gun that fires projectiles pneumatically with compressed air or other gases that are mechanically pressurized without involving any chemical reactions, in contrast to a firearm, which pressurizes gases chemically via oxidation of combustible propellants that generates propulsive energy by breaking molecular bonds.
Air guns come in both long gun (air rifle) and handgun (air pistol) forms. Both types typically propel metallic projectiles that are either diabolo-shaped pellets or spherical shots called BBs, although in recent years Minie ball-shaped cylindro-conoidal projectiles called slugs are gaining more popularity.
ARCHERY TRAINING (Teer Andazi)
For Ages 10 years to onwards.
NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY
Is A Great Time To Learn Archery!
We offer indoor and outdoor Archery programs for adults, juniors, parents and corporate teams for competitive archers by professional instructors. If you want to improve your archery, each training session should have a clear purpose and direction. This can be as simple as working on a technique area or learning a new skill.
It is good to think through what you want to do before you start your training session, this will help you focus on what's important. Depending on what you are working on, select a method of training which is suitable. For example, if you are working on a new technique area, you would use a light bow and shoot at close range with a blank target first. Jumping straight to long distance with a target face is unlikely to be productive.
You should mix up your training in a number of ways to help you achieve the results you want. This depends on what you're working on, what stage of your training you are in and what you want to achieve. Some things you can vary in training are below.
2.) Target face
3.) Number of arrows per end
4.) Total number of arrows in your training session
5.) The drills youdo
6.) Ratio of shooting to light bow repetitions in your training session
7.) Ratio of long distance to close blank boss shooting
8.) Rest between arrows
9.) Rest between ends
10.) Bow poundage
11.) Activity between ends (light bow repetitions, exercises etc)
12.) Rest between sessions
13.) The intensity and duration of your sessions
Farhan Shaheed Park, Block i, North Nazimabad, opp. Shipowners College, Adjacent Khyber Shinwari Restaurant, Karachi, Pakistan.
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Campus 1 Block i
Prince Martial Arts & Fitness, Al Noor Sports Complex, Opp. Al-Noor Masjid, Al-Noor Park, Ali Street, Block "F" North Nazimabad Town. (Near Ziauddin Hospital)
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Indoor Campus 2 Block F