DISCLAIMER: GBPSC is a seperate entity from the Wondai Rifle Club utilising the South Burnett Shooting Complex.
GBPSC serves to provide a competitive style of gel blasting to the public, as an alternative to skirmish, milsim & Speedsoft/SpeedQB style events.
Gel Blaster Practical Shooting Competition
What is GPBSC?
GBPSC competitors need to blend accuracy and speed into a winning combination. Multiple targets, penalty targets, obstacles, movement and other
techniques are all part of GBPSC to keep compeitors challenged and spectators engaged.
The Latin words Honestas Integritas Provocation (HIP) meaning honesty, integrity and challenge are the motto of GBPSC and represent the core foundation and
beliefs of GBPSC. GBPSC also emphasizes procedures for safe gel blaster handling and strict adherance to the rules governing the sport.
What is Practical Gel Blaster Shooting
GBPSC practical shooting is dynamic, challenging, and a growing sport in Australia. Courses of fire utilise many aspects not found in more traditional
gel blaster events, such as structured target banks, penalty shot targets, obstructions, and freedom for the competitor to solve the challenges presented
to the competitor in a unique way.
What makes GBPSC unique?
The appeal of the sport lies in the diversity of the courses of fire available to the competitor. By offering different courses of fire rather than set types,
GBPSC shooting continues to challenge the competitor and improve their skills. There are continually new demands to challenge the GBPSC shooting enthusiast.
Is there a place in GBPSC for beginners?
Absolutely! All of those competing were once at the beginner stage. By becoming active in matches hosted by a GBPSC club you will have the advantage of qualified
range/course officials and courteous staff. You will normally find GBPSC competitors are willing to give a helping hand in getting you started.
In GBPSC shooting, no course of fire is ever the same from one competition to the next.
Diversity is encouraged to keep the sport from becoming too formalised or standardised
and typically, competitors do not know in advance what to expect in any given match.
What types of matches does GBPSC promote?
GBPSC matches are based on the principle of accuracy and speed. The matches are varied and
based on the safe use of the gel blaster. Participation in these matches will develop a high degree
of safety and proficiency, as well as providing an exciting means of recreation.
What kind of people compete in GBPSC matches?
As in any other popular sport, a wide vatiety of people enjoy GBPSC shooting. Our membership spans
almost every occupation, from craftsmen to executives. We are also fortunate to have many women and
families involved in our progrmas. It is not unusual to find husbands and wives and families participating in
GBPSC activities. All of the people at our competitions are strong believers in safety and safe gel blaster
handling as well as good sportsmanship.
Is GBPSC shooting an expensive sport?
As in any other recreational activity there is virtually no limit to the amount you may spend on gel blasters and associated equipment. However, to get a solid
start in GBPSC shooting, all that is required is a reliable gel blaster, suitable equipment, gel ammunition, eye protection, and a big dose of enthusiasm.
What kinds of gel blasters are used for GBPSC shooting?
You will see stock standard gel blasters, as well as exotic custom blasters in GBPSC competitions. We recommend that you determine what is the best choice
as you begin to compete.
Check out the GBPSC website at:
Rifle Range Road
Wondai QLD 4606
P.O. Box 225 Wondai QLD 4606