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The Victorian Rifle Association governs the operation of rifle ranges and target shooting clubs throughout Victoria. The sport allows licensed shooter to use target rifles in competition at distances from 300 to 1000 yards. The disiplines of Target Rifle and F Class (using scopes) are both enjoyed by Members.

Membership: New members receive a discount when joining the VRA and pro-rata memberships are also available. For more information see Memberships or phone 03 5449 3153 or email vra@vra.asn.au

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Upcoming Prize Meetings

No 2 DRA Open Prize Meeting at Horsham on 5th and 6th September - Range Map

 

VRA Latest OPM Results : Karramomus Picnic Shoot - Aggregate

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VRA Annual General Meeting for 2015

The Annual General Meeting will be held on the 17th October at the Wellsford Rifle Range

Start time will be 2:30 pm or as soon as practicable after the DRA teams shoot, whichever is the latter.

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Victorians competing in the QRA Championships

Queensland Queens Results

James Corbett, Benalla was just pipped at the post and finished 2nd to Peter Thurtell, Wingham by 3 centres . Other Victorians to win badges in TR were Wayne Boschetti & Brett Thurtell.

F Std B was won convincingly by Di Jonker, Wangaratta.

Badge winners in F Open included Mike Waites. In FTR Michael & Liam Hall both received badges.

Following the F Class State Teams competition F Class entries in the Queens exceeded TR entries for the first time

Results can be found on the NRAA website.

 

Photo: Di Jonker is presented the Day 3 Queens Aggregate Trophy by QRA Board Member Kay Skelton

 

Queensland Duncan Results

Kay

Day 2 over the long ranges and many Victorians produced excellent scores to lift them high in the aggregate placings. Brett Thurtell, Wodonga, VRA Exec Officer finished 2nd today and 3rd overall in TR. Kay Eland, Fitzroy Caulfield was 1st today in F Std B and 2nd overall & Liam Hall, South Bendigo was 3rd today & 3rd overall in F/TR. Other Victorians to receive badges were Norm Nelson & Geoff Krake in F Open.
All scores are available on the NRAA website

Brett

Liam

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National F Class Team Championships

Victoria F Class State teams are currently enjoying the Brisbane sunshine and some very stiff competition.
Day 1 included 4 x Practice Ranges and then a 15 shot Competition at 1000yds. Our F standard and F TR Teams performed well, but the stand out of the day was the F Open X-Men with a score of 433.22, who won the SA Match by just 1 centre over South Australia. It was tense times as the final shooter, Alistair Kevan held his nerve and focus to shoot well enough to hold on to victory despite being the only competitor left shooting.

Scores were: G Krake 86.5, N Nelson 86.5, T Rhodes 87.3,N Waites 88.7, A Kevan 86.2 Coach M Waites

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Odd Spot - December 1989

December 1989

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NRAA NEWS

NRAA Policy on the Future of F Class

Rule Interpretations - New FTR Rules

NRAA SSR's July 2015

Latest News on the NRAA National Grading System

NRAA Member Upate 41

F Class MACE CUP to be added to NRAA Queens

F/TR SSR Extract

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From the Council

Latest

New Executive Officer, VRA Fees, Queens update

Updated 26/03/2015

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VRA and Wellsford Calendar

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Urgent Safety Notice

An accident on 4 July 2015 at Bisley, fortunately resulting in only minor injury, has highlighted a safety issue.
All owners of modern target, match and F class rifles are to check that it is not possible for any part of the stock to foul any part of the firing mechanism.

Click here to download the Safety Notice.

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