On 21 July at the Assemblée Générale Ordinaire (Ordinary General Assembly), delegates of FITASC discussed the option of a temporary ban on people taking part in its competitions should they be found shooting in competitions that FITASC owns the rights to, or in disciplines that are “identical, similar or whose rules would have just been distorted.”
The announcement does not reference any particular discipline, but could possibly mean English Sporting, Super Sporting, 5 Stand, Trap 3 or Fan32.
The minutes from the meeting were released on the FITASC website last week and have confused shooters around the world. Since then, many people have contacted the organisation requesting clarification and a source at the main office said it would be releasing “a global statement” responding to requests, though no time frame has been set.
The meeting also confirmed that there will be a new discipline created in 2016 called FITASC Trap 300, though the rules are yet to be finalised.