Victorian Rifle Association

Established 1860

Horsham Rifle Range
 
 
   

 

 

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 1 DRA OPM at Horsham - 6th and 7th September - Map

Wodonga Picnic Shoot - 20th September - Map

New Conditions for the Running of Prize Meeting Events

It is the responsibility of the Association or Club running the Prize Meeting to check for current Membership and also verify the grade being entered against the VRA Grading list for all lower grade competitors.

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Victorian Coalition Government supports Sporting Shooters

Sporting Shooting Clubs from around Victoria can upgrade their facilities thanks to

a $12.48 million fund created by the Victorian Coalition Government.

Media release

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  The dates for the 2015 Syme and Queens Series are as follows:

Syme - Wednesday 15th and Thursday 16th April

Queens - Friday 17th, Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th April

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Notice of Meeting - The VRA Annual General Meeting will be held on 18th October 2014.

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 Victorian Shooters gain more success at the Bisley Queens

  Robbie Sandlant

Rob Sandlant at work with text book style.

 Congratulations to Rob Sandlant (2nd) and James Corbett (4th) at the Bisley Queens.

At 1000 yards Rob Sandlant of Australia, Richard Jeens of NLRC and Simon Carson of Ulster all joined the chase producing a frenzy of nameplate swapping and sweeping on the leader board. With Corbett an early finisher on 5 off, the race settled into a nail biter between Jeens, Sandlant and Carson each creeping up shot after shot with just 3 off.

Jeens, Sandlant and Carson finished on 297 counted out by 44, 33 and 30 centrals with Corbett fourth after his win last year.

Queens Final List

Rob also won the Friday Aggregate on 11th July - Friday Aggregate List

Rob looks forward to shooting trips to Bisley each year.

Rob is passionate about shooting and has represented Australia in five teams, travelling to South Africa, Bisley, New Zealand and Canada. He has been competing in international events since 1998 and teamed with Helen Griffiths in 1999 to win a gold medal in the Commonwealth Shooting Federation Championships in New Zealand.

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Bisley The Queen's Prize

Produced in 1986, this film covers the history of The Queen's Prize target rifle match, shot at Bisley during the Imperial Meeting each year

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**NEWS**

NRAA Member Upate 40

SSR Rule Changes as at June 2014

F/TR SSR Extract

NRAA Member Upate 39

ICFRA Marking & Scoring

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Geoff Evans

From the Council

Latest -Your Opportunity to get Funding for your Club

Updated 20/7/2014

Know Your Councilors

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VRA Calendar

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Wellsford Range Calendar

2014 - 2015

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Check out the latest Prize Meeting scores.

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