The SA Game Fair is a celebration of the great outdoors, and a spectacular event for attendees to immersed into an Outdoors Lifestyle. We offer visitors an unparalleled weekend of experiences, exhibits, expos and entertainment!
Wattlespring Sports Club
Established in 1908, Wattlespring Sports Club is the home of the SA Game Fair. Famed for it's Shooting Ranges and Facilities, WSC also boasts Conference Facilities, a Members Lounge, a Full Restaurant, Licensed Bar and Secure parking on site.
If you are a sport shooting enthusiast, then visiting Wattlesprings is a must!
Laporte is the global specialist in the production of traps and targets for the shooting industry, since 1927. With an experience of more than 80 years, 8 Olympic selections and more than 2500 customers on five continents, the name Laporte is an integral part of the history of shooting sports. He continues to create history today and will continue into the future with his sons Frédéric and Thomas Laporte who have inherited the same passion, the same taste for innovation and performance.
The name RC has always been linked to that of Vittorio Socci and his great passion for game and clay shooting. Shooting has always been part of the family business.In 1882 Vittorio’s grandfather Primo Carmellini’s business was selling shooting products and other sporting items. Vittorio discovered his passion for all types of shooting when young and was able to demonstrate his shooting skills; his excellent performances, his charismatic personality as well as his thing about perfection made the cartridges he himself loaded more and more popular and requested by friends and acquaintances...
Compak SA was specifically established to promote the Clay Target Shooting discipline of Compak Sporting Clays during September 2005, as promoted by and in line with the rules laid down by the Federation Internationale De Tir Aux Armes Sportives De Chasse (FITASC). Which is based in Paris FRANCE.
The Clay Target Shooting Association of South Africa (CTSASA) is the governing body for the sport of Clay Target Shooting in South Africa. The CTSASA manages twelve Clay Target Shooting disciplines, which includes international disciplines that are shot at continental and world championship levels. This includes the Olympic disciplines of Trap, Skeet and Double-Trap.