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    California Airgun Shooters  Association

 

Welcome to
California Airgun Shooters Association

We are a southern California based airgun club. Started in 1984, California Airgun Shooters Association (CASA) is one of the oldest, if not the oldest, Field Target clubs in the U.S. We are here to encourage the safe use of airguns and promote competitive matches including Field Target, Airgun Silhouette, Airgun Benchrest and other fun disciplines

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Thanks for visiting and hope to see you on the range.  

 
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FIELD  TARGET    MATCHES

                                                           

What is Field Target?

Field Target Competition is one of the most challenging ways to test your shooting skills. Started in Great Britain in the early 1980's, field target was originally created to simulate hunting scenarios. A typical competition will consist of 12 to 13 shooting lanes with two targets per lane, and 48 to 52 shots. Shots are taken from sitting, kneeling, and standing positions from distances between 10 and 55 yards with targets (Hit-Zones) ranging in size from 3/8 inches to 2 inches in diameter. 

 

Matches

All matches are on the SECOND SATURDAY and FOURTH SUNDAY of each month. Cost: $15 members, $17 non-members. CASA matches take place at the ANGELES SHOOTING RANGE (ASR), 12651 Little Tujunga Canyon Road, Lake View Terrace, CA 91342. Look for the CASA metal storage shed on the left side of main parking lot and adjacent to the ASR entrance road. Sign-in and sighting-in is next to the CASA shed. Our Field Target range (match site) is on the right-hand side of the main ASR entrance road, approximately 100 yards south of the shed. Guns must shoot .177 to 22 caliber pellets and less than 20 foot pounds of energy (fpe). Safety GLASSES AND HAT are required. It does not matter the skill level, all shooters welcome. Bring your own water. 

The following American Airgun Field Target Association (AAFTA) divisions in PCP and Piston classes are offered: Hunter, Open, World Field Target Federation (WFTF), and Freestyle (not approved AAFTA class). Generally, CASA matches are informally shot, but CASA will have at least one AAFTA match in which all shooters are bound by AAFTA rules.

See our FAQs page for more information.

 
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California Airgun Shooters Association

Get in touch with California Airgun Shooters Association to learn more about our club and matches.

There are a number of ways to learn more about airguns and our club.  Check out our Facebook page, join our Discussion Forum (on Delphi Forums) and leave a comment or question, use our message form below, or contact John or Ron below.


President:   John Knapp

(661) 618-9202

Range Manager:   Ron Jobbes

(818) 517-2654 

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