On February 10 and 11, 2018, exhibit hall 7a in Sokolniki Exhibition and Convention Centre will offer you a chance to try your accuracy and see everything about shooting at the Vystrel (Shot) exhibition. The first ever of this kind in Moscow, it will not only unite various shooting events but will also unveil rich historical heritage of our country and evolution of the shooting. The exhibit will put on display unique historical showpieces, including the one and only collection of sniper rifle sights that features the entire selection of sights from the USSR era.
On top of the exhibit, the Museum of National Military History (Padikovo) team will conduct a tour to talk about their collection and reveal historical highlights. The exhibition aims to unite shooting fans, professional and beginner level players and the organizations that link and support any contestant of accuracy competitions.
Visitors will see professional rifle and pistol shooters at target practice, clay target shooters with smoothbore guns at outdoor ranges shooting at flying targets, as well as laser tag, fire tag and strike ball stands.
The event will also offer a chance to try your hand in making a good shot or compete in accuracy.
In addition, the agenda will feature target practice (pistol, smoothbore rifle, short rifle), high accuracy shooting, such as benchrest, varminting and sniping, and of course, bows and crossbows, including the Japanese battle archery art – kyudo.
Vystrel will also feature meetings and networking for large market players, round tables and briefings, shooting equipment and gear, presentations of new weapon models, gaming equipment and technologies. Leading marksmanship organizations, largest manufacturers, sport teams, special forces representatives and shooting ranges – all of the above are on the participant list.
The event will host workshops and exhibition performances, autograph signing and photo sessions featuring special forces and professional athletes – members of the Russian national team, winners and champions of the World, European and Olympic Games in rifle and pistol, and clay target shooting.
Opening hours: February 10 – 11:00 am to 7:00 pm; February 11 – 10:00 am to 5:00 pm.