Promoting Shooting Sports - the Singapore way

#1
Recieved a gentle reminder from the range manager this morning for the weekend's "Singapore Rifle Association Family Day"...

- Bouncy Castle – The biggest bouncy castle (Funtasica) in Singapore which measure 45” L 26”W 18”H will be able to keep your kids occupied for the whole morning.
- Magic Show – A magic show from 1pm – 2pm in our shooter’s lounge will entertain the kids and spouses for the afternoon session.
- Balloonist – Plenty of colourful balloons will be given away.
- Shooting Stations – Exciting shooting stations with prizes to be given away.
- Popcorn – Free Flow
- Candy Floss – Free Flow
- Food & Drinks – Free Flow


What caught me most though was the flyer advertising the event (see photo below). Fat chance of getting away with this in the UK :D

lancslad
 

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Singapore never struck me as a particularly gun friendly location..

I suspect to own anything more lethal than a popgun would involve jumping througn many hoops and the payment of prodigious amount of dosh to various agencies, (some of which may be legal...)

..but I may have been misinformed!
 
#4
Jeez these Singapore types must be small, as a 46inch Bouncy castle won't get many on.

Had myself a small Spinal Tap Stonehenge based chuckle!
 
#5
HE117 said:
Singapore never struck me as a particularly gun friendly location..

I suspect to own anything more lethal than a popgun would involve jumping througn many hoops and the payment of prodigious amount of dosh to various agencies, (some of which may be legal...)

..but I may have been misinformed!
You have been misinformed :D see here:

http://www.arrse.co.uk/cpgn2/Forums/viewtopic/t=103702.html

lancslad
 

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#6
Much better than here, the NRA would bleed you dry in advance!
 
#7
lancslad said:
HE117 said:
Singapore never struck me as a particularly gun friendly location..

I suspect to own anything more lethal than a popgun would involve jumping througn many hoops and the payment of prodigious amount of dosh to various agencies, (some of which may be legal...)

..but I may have been misinformed!
You have been misinformed :D see here:

http://www.arrse.co.uk/cpgn2/Forums/viewtopic/t=103702.html

lancslad
...glad to be corrected!
 

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