In order to allow a resumption of our sport shooting activities in strict compliance with the decisions taken by the government, we will resume training from June 16, 2021 according to the schedule published on our site.
The shooting range will be accessible to all shooters in compliance with the current Covid-19 rules and regulations.
It should be noted that each shooter wishing to practice sport shooting on our site must have taken note of the measures in force as decided by the Luxembourg government and will ensure that they are applied scrupulously. To this end, we strongly recommend that you take note of said measures by consulting the corresponding legislative texts (in particular the law of March 11, 2022 amending the amended law of July 17, 2020 on measures to combat the Covid-19 pandemic - link to the consolidated french version as of 11.03.2022).
Regarding shooters from neighbouring countries, we would like to point out that we do not consider the practice of sports shooting to be an essential activity and constituting a reason for traveling abroad. However, it will be up to you to assess this motivation at its true value given the current pandemic.
In the event of non-compliance with the instructions of the supervisory staff, we will be forced to expel the shooter in question from the stand with immediate effect.
We thank you in advance for your collaboration and your discipline in this situation which remains difficult and which requires the commitment of all of us.
Yours sincerely, CTFS Differdange
The Club des Tireurs Fosse et Skeet is a nonprofit organisation running a shooting range in Differdange (Grand Duchy of Luxembourg). On our range you can practice the following disciplines:
- Olympic Trap
- Olympic Skeet
- Compak Sporting
Our shooting range is open the whole year, we have however a winter- and a summer seasons having different opening hours. Details can be seen in our Training Calendar.
You can practice on our shooting range whether you are a member or a guest. Practice is however linked to the fact that you hold all valid document allowing you to practice shooting and which entitle you to carry a firearm (valid firearm pass, valid European firearm pass, valide, proof of a valid liability insurance covering the risk of shooting).
You must carry these documents with you when you visit our shooting range, as the range responsible may ask you a proof of these documents. If your are unable to show the appropriate valid documents, you will be refused to practice on our range.
With best regards,
The Board of the CTFS.