Canada is a big country, which makes it hard to get shooters together on a regular basis. One of the ways to get around this is the mail in, or postal match. It works on the honour system: you shoot your targets according to the rules, have someone witness them, and mail in your scores. It's a great way to keep your competitive fires burning, especially during the cold winter months when there are fewer matches.
The Postal Program is a great way to get your first taste of competition. But this doesn't mean it's just for novices -- national champions regularly compete in the "postals," too. If it's too hard to get enough shooters from two clubs together at once, why not challenge them in the team event of your discipline? Signing up is easy and the fees are low -- what are you waiting for?To download a copy of the postal program entry form click here.