The latest version of the NRAA SSR’s is now available. Rules are current as at 1 June 2014.
It contains the F/TR Rules and the latest rule alterations from the May 2014 NRAA Board Meeting.
As well, the first few pages contain references to ALL THE RULE CHANGES since the last hard copy of August 2011.
A summary of Rule changes approved at the May 2014 NRAA Board Meeting:
The Rules are effective as at 1st June 2014.
A revised version of the SSR’s containing these alterations and additions will shortly be available and posted on the NRAA web site.
The Following Rule Changes are Effective as at June 1 2014
Rules 20.30 to 20.60 have been included as a section of the F Class Rules. (Chapter 20). As far as possible, the rules have been copied directly from the ICFRA Rules. Some sections have been added to comply with Australian conditions, such as…
Paraplegic shooting legend John Baxter presented with NQRA life membership
Extract from 'The Tablelander', Tuesday, 3 June 2014, by Caitlin Pearson:Shooting legend's life honour
The Tablelands shooting community last week honoured a legend who has given more than 60 years of service to the sport.
John Baxter, 74, was presented with a North Queensland Rifle Association (NQRA) life membership at Ozcare aged care facility, Malanda, on Wednesday.
Baxter has a distinguished background in the sport, winning dozens of state competitions, participating in representative teams interstate and qualifying for an Australian team.
But his determination to overcome adversity sets him apart from other skilled sportsmen.…
The NRAA is calling for nominations for Captains for F Open, F Standard and F/TR Teams for the proposed teams trip to NZ in January 2015. Please go to the NRAA website for more information.
At the November 2014 Annual General Meeting of the NRAA, the States and Territories passed a motion that the F/TR Discipline be included in competitions available for Organisations wishing to include it. Also that the F/TR Rules be included in the SSR’s.
The F/TR Rules were extracted from the ICFRA Rules and are as much as possible a copy of ICFRA. Other rules have been included to enable the F/TR Rules to fit in with Australian conditions, such as Time Limits, Safety procedures, Targets, Scoring Procedures, Super V’s and other values etc.
F-TR-Rules NRAA - extract
Team Captain John Lorimer reports:
The 2014 F Class National Teams Championships were contested on the Campbelltown Rifle Range in Tasmania from 2 to 5 March with 8 F Standard and 6 F Open State & Territory teams participating.
The NQRA F Standard Team consisting of John Lorimer (Captain-Townsville), Jim Blomfield (Coach-Bowen), Vicki Cusick (Manager-Cairns) and shooters Shane Green, Steve and Charles Lazarus (Cairns) and Liz and Murray Wilson (Ravenshoe) had a disappointing start at the 300yds range. But the team knuckled down under Jim Blomfield's coaching, and was only defeated by one point by the Victorian team in the…
$1000 TO BE WON!!!
A donation of $1000 has been given to NQRA to recognize the historical occasion of the return of the NQRA Queens to Townsville after 43 years.