Frequently Asked Questions

The following are frequently asked questions.

Yes, but you don’t have to be a FULL member of SAPPRF.
By signing up for FREE membership, you will get a PRS-SA number and be able to shoot any match as a Temporary Member.

Remember that by being a FULL member you get your scores recorded on the series leaderboards, you get reduced match fees*, and you qualify to earn selection to represent your Province and/or Country.
Yes, there are a couple of things that you need to do before you’re able to join SAPPRF as a FULL member.
1. You must be a member of your local Shooting Club (Any type of Shooting Club).
2. Your Shooting Club must be a bona fide club with a constitution and it’s management committee must be elected by the members of the club.
Your Primary Club is your local Shooting Club where you are member.
The South African Sports Framework requires that athletes are a member of a recognised Club before they can join a Provincial Sporting Code Federation.
A recognised Club for SAPPRF/PRS-SA purposes, must be any type of ‘Shooting Club’ that is a bona fide club with a Constitution and it’s Management Committee must be elected by the general Members of the Club.
If you are not a member of a local Shooting Club, you need to find a Shooting Club in your local Magisterial District. If there are no Shooting Clubs in your Magisterial District, you will be able to join SAPPRF/PRS-SA as a member through your Province.
Scores that you achieve in the Club Series matches go towards your Primary Club’s score.
Maybe. There’s a 7-day grace period. If you purchased a membership within 7 days of shooting the match, your points will count. If you did not purchase a membership within 7 days or less of shooting the match, your points will not count.

National matches shot before July 1, 2019 will count towards your national ranking because memberships did not go on sale until July 2019.
You may choose to compete in Open or Tactical division. Shooters are not locked into one division and may choose to compete in Open one weekend and Tactical the next.
Your scores are uploaded into the category that you chose to compete in at the match.
A shooters series points are the sum of their three best scores for a particular series.
See each of the series requirements in the rule book for more information.
Your PRS number is located on your profile. Merely login and navigate to ‘My Account’. This will take you to your PRS profile, which lists your PRS number and other important information.