SHOOTING WHEELCHAIR

Shooting competition is divided into rifle and pistol events, air and .22 calibre.
The rules governing the competitions for the disabled are those of the International Shooting Committee for the Disabled. These rules take into account the differences that exist between shooting for the able-bodied and shooting for persons with a disability.
Shooting utilises a functional classification system, which enables athletes from different disability classes with the same abilities to compete together; either individually or in teams.
Disability Target Shooting Great Britain endeavours to promote and encourage all wheelchair shooting in Great Britain, organising competitions for both beginners and competent shooters, as well as providing top coaching for those chosen to represent Great Britain in International, World and Paralympic competitions.http://www.dtsgb.org.uk/Disability Target Shooting GB


SPECIFICATIONS & Measurements (cm)
Frame:
Aluminium
Length:
100
Width:
76
Height:
70
Seat back height:
18
Seat depth:
36
Seat width:
43
Seat height:
57
Seat Colour:
Black
Rear wheel diam.
60 (pneumatic tyres).
Quick release
Front wheel diam.
20
Weight:
15 kg.
Max. user weight:
100 kg (16 stone)

SHOOTING

The RDK Shooting Wheelchair is lightweight and robust yet at half of the price of other manufacturers. Non-folding, adjustable rest-table height, padded cushion seat with detachable quick release pneumatic rear wheels.

Our Price: £695.00

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