MSA DEDICATED SPORTSMAN STATUS:

In order for a member to qualify for dedicated status, the member must meet certain requirements, these are a necessity for us to maintain our status with CFR.

Each applicant must accumulate 4 points which must include a combination of range duty’s and shoots. Note: Everyone has to shoot.

We have tried to keep the process as simple as possible.

HOW THE APPLICATION PROCESS WORKS 

Apply according to the 6-point application process. 

The application is considered by the committee at the next scheduled meeting and the applicant advised as to the outcome of the application. 

If successful you are allocated a MSA Dedicated number. 

A Certificate with the applicant’s details is printed and delivered to the MSA chairmen who, under oath, in conjunction with a SAP Officer endorse the certificate. 

Your membership card will display your dedicated status when you next renew your membership. 

To APPLY for Dedicated Status a member must meet the following requirements. 
  1. Be a fully paid up member of MSA in good standing. 
  2. Must have taken part in a minimum of 3 shooting activities in the past 12 months (see clarification). 
  3. Must have completed a minimum of 1 range duty or activity (see clarification). 
  4. Submit the correctly filled out online Application Form. 
  5. Pay an application fee of R150 into the MSA bank account. 
  6. Once the above requirements have been met, you will be sent a 20 point questionnaire that requires a 75% pass mark (we are in the process of having the questionnaire setup on the website as an online test). 
To MAINTAIN your Dedicated Status on an annual basis, you need to ensure that you have accumulated 5 points annually. 
  1. Be a fully paid up member of MSA in good standing. 
  2. Have taken part in a minimum of 3 shooting activities in the past 12 months (see clarification).
  3. You must have completed a minimum of 1 range duty or activity in the past 12 months (see clarification). 
CLARIFICATION 

Shooting activities can be any of the following combinations on different days: (you must do 3 shooting activities) 

  • Club competitions 
  • Long Range Precision Shoots 
  • Range Officer Shoots 
  • Sanctioned IDPA matches 
  • Christmas Shoot 

A range duty or activity may be any of the following: (in conjunction with 3 shooting activities) 

  • Range Officer Duty 
  • Club Shoot Assistance 
  • Provide a special service to the club (the committee will sanction this) 
  • Attend the AGM 
  • Serve on the committee of MSA 

For any questions you may contact Ian Fraser