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Aussie, Aussie, Aussie! Gold! Gold! Gold!
12 February 2019 | Brisbane
The Australian Target Rifle Team has swept the field, taking gold medals across all bar one of the individual and team categories at the 2019 Long Range World Championships, the ICFRA Palma Team Match (known as the America’s Cup of target rifle shooting), and the 158th New Zealand National Championship, the Ballinger Belt and Associated Events. The last time Australia held the ICFRA Palma Match title was in its bicentenary year in 1988.
Australia now boasts the World under 25 Individual Champion won by Chris Schwebel, World Veterans Individual…
Due to a recent incident which saw a member injured due to failure of a case, the NRAA would like to take this opportunity to remind members of the importance of ensuring that any reloading gear used in the process of manufacturing ammunition, is in good condition and free from mechanical or electrical defect and calibrated if required.
The NRAA would also also like to remind members of the importance of remaining vigilant during the reloading process, especially during the powder charge portion of reloading.
Safety is everyone's responsibility.
On 3 November 2018, Shooting Australia held its annual awards dinner to celebrate the achievements of the top Australian shooters during the previous twelve months.
The High-Performance Athlete of Year Award - Senior Male was awarded to Rod Davies from Cessnock Rifle Club and the Target Sport Athlete of Year Award – Junior Female was awarded to Isabelle Cameron from the Holsworthy Rifle Club.
During the 2017 F-Class World Championships, held at Connaught Rifle Range in Canada, Rod beat more than 400 competitors from 12 countries and was crowned the World Champion for F-Class Open winning with a score of…
The NRAA in conjunction with S&T Councillors has produced an Ammunition Survey for all NRAA members to complete.
The aim is to collect feedback from the members on how NRAA can improve supply and reduce costs as well as determining who should deliver the outcome.
The survey will be operational from the 14th November for a period of two weeks.