Egyptian Shooting Club
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|Based in||Giza, Egypt|
Egyptian Shooting Club (Arabic: نادي الصيد المصري, Nadi El Said) is an Egyptian club based in Giza, Egypt with several branches in Dokki, 6th of October City, Katamya, Port Said and Alexandria. The idea of the club was to provide an area for all Egyptian shooters to express their hobby. It was founded in 1938 by a royal decree from King Farouk I of Egypt and then was called The Royal Egyptian Shooting Club.
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