The idea of formation of Asian Shooting body was proposed in 1954 during the second Asian Games in Manila. This was fully supported in principle by the members of Asian countries at the 18th
Olympic Games held in Tokyo in 1964.
The Asian Shooting Union was formed by 17 delegates of 12 Asian countries during the 5th Asian Games held in Bangkok in December 1966. The first General Assembly meeting was attended by eight member nations held on July 20, 1967, at the Tokorozawa Ranges near Tokyo, Japan.
It was first known as the Pan Asian Shooting Union before the members decided to rename it Asian Shooting Federation (ASF) in 1967 and then changed to Asian Shooting Confederation as advised
by the U.I.T., now ISSF.
Since then, ASC has traditionally been held at its President’s nation of domicile. The Confederation conducts its affairs through the following bodies:
With the election of H.E. Sheikh Salman AlSabah as the President of Asian Shooting Confederation in 2004, the headquarters was permanently moved to Kuwait. H.E. Sheikh Salman AlSabah chaired
the first Executive Committee Meeting as the President on 16-Feb-2004 at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
It was decided in the meeting to:
The First Asian Airgun Championship was held in September 2005 at Bangkok, Thailand. Whereas the First Asian Shotgun Championship was held in November 2011 at Kuala Lumpur Malaysia. Since then, the Asian Airgun and Shotgun Championships are being held annually and Asian Shooting Championships every four years.
ASC also started organizing Youth Training Camps in the year 2009. The First Asian Youth Training Camp was held in Air Rifle discipline in August 2009 at Bangkok, Thailand. The Youth Training Camp is an annual event, rotated between different disciplines of shooting sports, which serves as a great platform for remarkable educational, cultural and social exchanges, which unites Asia in friendship.
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