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Welcome to the home page of the Victorian Rifle Association

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 disciplines 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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To contact the Victorian Rifle Association

General enquiries - email : vra@vra.asn.au

All Shop enquiries - email : shop@vra.asn.au


Upcoming Prize Meetings

South West Championship on the 28th December at Warrnambool --- Range Map

Long Ranges Championship on the 29th December at Warrnambool

Jim Cue Memorial Marathon on the 30th December at Warrnambool

Short Ranges Championship on the 31st December at Warrnambool

Port Campbell Open Prize Meeting on the 1st January 2018 at Port Campbell --- Range Map

No 11 DRA Open Prize Meeting on the 13th January 2018 at Werribee --- Range Map


Victorian Prize Meeting Results

Lois Osborn 1000 yds on the 3rd December at Rosedale


Shop and Office hours for Christmas break

The Shop and Office will close at 4pm on Wednesday 20th December and reopen on Tuesday 9th January.

Emails will be checked, so if there are any urgent matters please send them through and they will be attended to.


Maryborough Rifle Club successful for the second year in a row at the Skene Shield

Back L/R - Trevor Rhodes, Adam Davies, Brett May, John Hedges, Max Hedges

Front L/R - Barry Davies, Tony Anderson, Jenny Davies, Donna Kelsall

Maryborough Rifle Club members won the final stage of the Skene Shield, which was shot at Stawell Rifle range on November 4th.
Thomas Skene presented the Skene Shield in memory of his son Lieutenant William Skene who was killed at Nooitgedachte in the Transvaal South Africa on December 13th 1900 during the Boer war.

District Rifle Clubs have competed for the Shield ever since its presentation with 8 clubs currently competing.
Maryborough shot against Stawell and Natimuk in the F class division. Teams consist of 6 shooters and a wind coach with the top 4 scores counted in the overall tally. Despite a tricky wind and varying mirage conditions all Maryborough members shot extremely consistently.
This year saw Maryborough win easily with a total score of 485.38 followed by Natimuk with 466.19 and Stawell 459.11. Maryborough shooter Adam Davies also won the top individual score for the day only dropping 2 points overall.

Competition was over 3 ranges of 300, 500 and 600 yards with 7 scoring shots per range. Competing for Maryborough was Trevor Rhodes (122.10), Donna Kelsall (117.7), Adam Davies (124.11), Brett May (118.6), Jenny Davies (119.7) and Tony Anderson (120.10). Much of the credit must go to the coach Barry Davies whose excellent coaching skills kept the shooters consistently in the centre. Thanks also to brothers Max and John Hedges for providing scoring and marking services.


Australian Target Rifle Magazine

Issue 131 November/December 2017


Victorian Queens Series - 2018

Syme 18th & 19th April

Queens 20th to 22nd April