Benchrest shooting is a rifle sport, where the shooter attempts to place five or ten shots into the smallest possible group at distances of 50, 100, 200 and 300 yards.
Field archery involves shooting at targets of varying (and often unmarked) distance, often in woodland and rough terrain.
The SSAA Field Pistol event has courses of fire designed to challenge the competitor’s ability with a handgun in a controlled and safe environment.
Field Rifle is a match designed around the most commonly utilised hunting positions simulated under rifle range conditions.
3-Positional is a precision match which is a bit more target orientated and more testing of the shooter’s ability.
Handgun Metallic Silhouette offers a variety of calibres, firearms, distances and shooting positions depending on the category and competition.
Practical Shooting is intended to offer a challenging and active shooting discipline, which will test the capacity of the competitor and their equipment. Suitable for both centrefire and rimfire pistols, rifles and shotguns.
With the increasing popularity of Sporting Clays or Simulated Field events SSAA developed and adopted versions of 5-Stand and Sporting Clays to promote as SSAA matches.
Single Action Shooting (SAS) is sometimes referred to as concept shooting competition, better known as Cowboy Action.