ISSC-Austria Kicks Off First-Ever World Simul-Shoot Championship Series

The Simul-Shoot Championship Series, a one-day shooting contest open to any and all shooters will be held on October 30 at sporting venues around the globe. This worldwide shooting event claims to be the first of its kind to embrace social media sites like Twitter, promising up to the moment scoring and communication between competition venues.

The whole thing is coming out of ISSC-Austria’s pocket and they encourage shooters, young, old and anywhere in between to register and be a part of a shooting experience that is literally worldwide. Visit to preregister and for complete information on the first World Simul-Shoot Championship Series, click on “Learn About Our Twitter Match” on ISSC-Austria’s website.

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