The following events will be held:
- Men’s air rifle 60 shots on decimal + final
- Women’s air rifle 60 shots on decimal + final
- Men’s air pistol 60 shots on full ring + final
- Women’s air pistol 60 shots on full ring + final
The 8 best athletes in each event from the qualification will qualify for the finals. All athletes start from zero in the final, which will be shot in series of 5 shots. After 15 shots 8th and 7th place will be decided, after 20 shots 6th and 5th place, after 25 shots 4th and 3rd place. The remaining 2 athletes start from zero, which will be shot in single shots. Each round of single shots will be awarded points in accordance with a point system. The athlete with the best shot receives 2 points, if tied then both athletes receive 1 point. The first athlete to reach 16 points is the winner.
In addition, there are also events for:
- Men’s air rifle benchrest 40 shots
- Women’s air rifle benchrest 40 shots
- Men’s air pistol benchrest 40 shots
- Women’s air pistol benchrest 40 shots
There are no finals in the benchrest events.
The rules of the International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) will apply. The trigger weight of the air pistols can be checked. Additional note: opticals such as “Adlerauge” or similar are not allowed. The supports for benchrest will be provided and comply with the Dutch rules so that everyone has the same circumstances.
The rules of the International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) apply for scoring.
Travel with air rifle or air pistol
In principle possession of an air rifle or an air pistol is legal in the Netherlands. There is however one restriction: one can only legally own such a weapon from the age of 18 onwards. Furthermore when transporting an air weapon from one place to another via public road the weapon must be unloaded and placed in a gun case. Any other way of transporting a weapon (any weapon) via public road constitutes a crime.
Download the above information about shooting here.
It is possible to lock our air rifles and pistols at the shooting range on Wednesday. This is possible between: 7 pm – 9 pm. At own risk/responsibility.
There won’t be a free practise, but you can make a reservation at the shooting range for a special discount: Wednesday 22nd june 7 pm – 10 pm. The volunteers charge € 5,-.
Want to reserve? Please contact: Arno Brinkman via firstname.lastname@example.org
Check the list of participants for shooting here. This list of participants was last updated om May 10th, 2022. The final participants list will be shown on this website with the sports schedules in the beginning of June.
S.V. Op de Korrel
6681 CD Bemmel
Each person participates in the European Company Sport Games 2022 at their own risk. Each participant is responsible for ensuring that they have appropriate accident insurance coverage. Please ensure that you have enough time to reach your sports venue. See this page for more information about transport during the ECSG Arnhem 2022.
Team leaders/players must report to the tournament management in order to be registered and to receive the required instructions/information min. 30 minutes before the first game. Players must be ready for the game at least 15 minutes before start. Games will be started at the planned time if the minimum number of players is present under the rule of the game. If the required number of players is not ready to play at least 15 minutes after the scheduled time, the team/players loose(s) the match.
The above information was updated on 18/5/2022. Adjustments in the run-up to the event are possible. Keep an eye on this page for the latest version.