Only Benelli, Beretta, Franchi or Stoeger semi automatic shotguns can be used for the full duration of the competition. You will not be able to shoot the competition if you arrive with a gun from another manufacturer.
This is not a CPSA registered event.
The Organisers reserve the right to change the prizes and amend the rules.
English Sporting Rules will govern the competition. Ladies, Juniors and Veterans will shoot in their CPSA classified classes and are also eligible for prizes in their respective categories.
Juniors must be under the age of 21 and under 18's must be under the age of 18 for the duration of the shooting event. Veterans must have had their 60th birthday prior to the start of the event.
Where three targets are presented, certain unique rules may apply.
Where two targets are presented, three shots are permitted.
Maximum permitted load is 28 gram. Fiber wad only.
Anyone barred from taking part in CPSA events will not be eligible to enter.
All overseas competitors will shoot in class AA. For the purposes of class prizes overseas will be defined as outside the UK.
All guns must be unloaded at all times while not in use, and must be carried with the breech bolt set to an open position.
All squads will be allocated start times at specific stands. All shooters must report to their first stand at least ten minutes prior to their allocated start time.
Once the top three places have been decided these three shooters will be taken out of their classes and the class prizes will be awarded in accordance with the original scores ex 100.
In the event of a tie for the top 3 places overall a sudden death shoot off will take place. To decide the class and category placements in the event of a tie, the winner will be determined by a count back system.
The referee on the squad's final shooting stand will retain the squad scorecards.
Competitors are responsible for checking the referee has recorded scores correctly before they leave the stand. Discrepancies cannot be rectified after this point.
The sponsors reserve the right to give prizes of equivalent value should the original prize not be available.
In the event of a dispute, there will be a five person jury for the duration of the event whose decision will be final.
Any prize winner must ensure that they have been allocated into the correct CPSA class. All incorrectly awarded prizes must be returned to GMK immediately.
All prizes, except cartridges, will be posted to winners if they are not able to attend the prize giving. Cartridge winners will be sent a voucher with which to redeem their prize, within one year, from your local Eley dealer. Cartridge prizes that are not collected within this time period will be forfeit.
The organiser reserve the right to allocate additional sessions in the event that the event is oversubscribed.
Terms & Conditions
Benelli SP'Auto Terms & Conditions
If you need to cancel your place at Benelli SP'Auto please contact us.
Cancellations can be made at the discretion of GMK Ltd.
All cancellations will be subject to a £7.50 administration fee per entrant, this will be deducted from your refund.
Alternatively if you can find another person to take your place tickets can be transfered free of charge.
Cancellations made within 10 calendar days of the start of the event will be subject to a 50% administration fee per ticket, this will be deducted from your refund.
Cancellations made within 48 hours of the start of the event are not eligible for any refund
If you need to make an alteration to your booking please contact us.
Amendments can be made free of charge.
Any changes to start times and/or days are at the discretion of GMK Ltd and are subject to availability
Amendments made within 48 hours of the event start are at the discretion of GMK Ltd. We reserve the right to refuse any amendment request made after this time.
GMK reserve the right to refuse entry.
GMK reserve the right to amend these terms and conditions at any time.
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