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2013 RESULTS
Results for Saturday 2nd February
Eddie Witt was the top gun at the black powder shoot on Saturday with a narrow victory over Garry Moore with Duane Where the best placed local.

Sunday was a 200y group shoot. Glenn Seaman handicapped himself by bringing his BR rifle complete with PPC ammunition but his wife Wendy restored family honour by shooting his backup rifle into second place in hunting class; a very impressive performance at her first ever competition shoot. Paul Passlow showed a .308 can shoot groups by taking out hunting class with a 1.391 agg; then Wendy on 1.596; with Brett Reagan and Arthur Robinson the only others to break two inches. In masters class it was Roy Ewin 0.856 from Don Ewin 0.940; Glenn Seaman 1.223 and Rob Cheetham 1.263.

Sunday the 24th will be a rimfire 50y shoot from 10am. Masters will shoot 2 IRB targets and hunters four 10 shot score targets.

For more information contact Don EWIN on 69331908 or 0428 887 252
Results for Saturday 2nd February
On Saturday 14 shooters competed in a particularly challenging 50 clay event. Mick Reed was top gun with 46 followed by David Sides 36 and Peter Sinclair 35.

Saturday night saw 30 shooters take part in the final 300m night fly shoot.  After the four night shoots Anthony Vickary came out on top with Glenn Seaman and Bob Wright filling the minor places.
Sunday was rimfire field with Mick Reed again 1st on 356 from a possible 400, then Brad Wignall 344 and Glen Seaman 330.  Rimfire silhouette is Brad’s forte and he showed it with 19 down however  Mick Reed on 17 and rising Star Paul Passlow pushed him all the way

Scoresheets: Shotgun, Rimfire Field Rifle, Rimfire Metallic Silhouette.

Sunday the 10th will be a military service rifle event from 10am. For more  information contact Don EWIN on 69331908 or 0428 887 252
Results for Sunday 24th February
On Saturday Roy Ewin and Pa competed in the 100y group Canberra Trophy.  Roy won the event and shot the smallest group on the day – 0.117.  This is shot the fourth Saturday of the month and is an excellent opportunity to hone your skills against top group shooters.

Sunday was 50y rimfire score. In masters class Maddi Zuliani showed that she is coping in her promotion from juniors to finish with a perfect 50.05 target and 250.12 agg to take the event from father and John Butts both on 249.09; then Rob Cheetham 243.09.

In hunting class it was John Denton on 250.14; yes he is now in masters class!  The minor places were filled by Don Ewin 245.04 and John Buik 244.05.  Logan Robinson 242.03 and Ryan Mitchell 228.02 showed there is talent among the juniors.

Saturday the 2nd will be shotguns from 1.30.
Sunday the 3rd  will be centrefire field from 10am followed by centrefire lever.

The AGM is Tuesday the 5th of March from 7.30pm at the Rules Club.

For more  information contact Don EWIN on 69331908 or 0428 887 252. Competition programs are available on our web site or from the local gun shops.
Results for Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd March
Saturday shotgun again went to Mick Reed on 46 from Brad Wignall and Shane Robertson both on 43. It is pleasing to see some new names appear for the competition.  Shotgun Scoresheet

Sunday was Centrefire Field Rifle and Centrefire Lever Action.  Field Rifle Scoresheet and Lever Action Scoresheet

Sunday the 10th is military range rifle from10am
Remember our fly weekend is on the 23&24th. If you would like to warm up for it the national fly championship is in Canberra this Saturday (the 9th)
For more  information contact Don EWIN on 69331908 or 0428 887 252. Competition programs are available on our web site or from the local gun shops.
Results for Sunday 10th March
Good news, the missing IRB targets have been found! After I had searched the club house several times without success, it took Yvonne Ward all of three minutes to find them. Thanks Yvonne!

Last Saturday four Wagga shooters competed in the 500m Fly national titles in Canberra. Against 75 entrants Bob Wright and Roy Ewin (Gow) made it into the Dirty Dozen, that is the top twelve overall, with Bob seventh and Roy tenth. Bob finished second and Roy fourth from 40 in light gun. Glenn Seaman was seventh in light gun and 15th overall while John Butts was 22nd in heavy gun and 48th overall. Roy is now national junior Fly champion.

Sunday was Military Range rifle with Greg Blake just pipping John Buik , 192.3 to 191.4. Then Don Ewin 186.1; David Wade 174.1; Peter Smith and Clayton Hogno both 167.3 and Michael White 161.

Sunday the 17th is a 300m group shoot as a warm up for the Fly weekend.

The following weekend (23&24) is the Fly major competition and the range will be closed to casual shooters but spectators are very welcome.
If you are going to shoot the Fly, please let Don know.

For more  information contact Don EWIN on 69331908 or 0428 887 252. Competition programs are available on our web site or from the local gun shops.
Results for Sunday 17th March
Sunday was a 300m group shoot to get competitors in the mood for the fly weekend. A variable head wind kept things interesting with groups over three inches the norm. In hunting class two targets under two inches gave it to Bruce Milne on an agg of 2.989 then Paul Passlow 3.732; Clayton Hogno 4.962 and Alan Constable 6.869.
In masters class John Butts shot consistently to finish on 1.986 and a 0.825 group on the D target boosted Don Ewin to second. Then Rob Cheetham 2.844 and Rob Halloran 3.340.Click HERE for the scoresheet

The comiing weekend (23&24) is the fly major competition and the range will be closed to casual shooters but spectators are very welcome.
Please note it is an 8.30 start both days so travellers can get away in reasonable time.

For more  information contact Don EWIN on 69331908 or 0428 887 252. Competition programs are available on our web site or from the local gun shops.
Results for Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th March
On Saturday, the first leg of the fly weekend, a 300m event attracted 37 entries. Factory class was won by Russel LeMaitre from Canberra. Custom class went to 2012 national fly shooter of the year, Mike Bell from Albury. Top placed locals were Roy Ewin (Gow) in fifth place and Bob Wright in seventh.
Sunday was the registered fly match at 500m. First place again went to Mike Bell. Top local performers were again Roy and Bob but in reverse order with Bob in tenth place and Roy sixteenth from 45 entries.

The range will be closed for the Easter weekend. The next competitions will be shotgun from 1..30pm on Saturday the 6th and rimfire field and silhouette from 10am on Sunday the 7th.

For more  information contact Don EWIN on 69331908 or 0428 887 252. Competition programs are available on our web site or from the local gun shops.
Results for Saturday 6th and Sunday 7th April
On Saturday 10 competitors took part in the 50 clay shotgun event. First place went to Mick Reed with 46 clays from Peter Sinclair with 40 clays and
Steve Peck with  37clays. Full results HERE.

On Sunday 13 competitors shot the rimfire field rifle event with first place going to David Wade with a score of 348.2, second place to Mick Reed with a score of 346.4 and third place to Frank Cohn with a score of 336.4. Full results HERE.
12 shooters took part in the rimfire metallic silhouette event. Mick Reed placed first with an excellent score of 21 which places him at the top of A grade.
second went to Paul Passlow with 16 and third went to Rob Cheetham with 15. Full resuls HERE.

Sunday, the 14th April, will be a military field rifle (military rifles with scopes fitted) event.

For more  information contact Don EWIN on 69331908 or 0428 887 252. Competition programs are available on our web site or from the local gun shops.
Results for Saturday 20th and Sunday 21st  April
Saturday saw five shooters compete in the black powder Outlaw’s Last Stand. Mark Wheeler shot consistently to take first place from Garry Moore and Eddie Witt.

Sunday was a 100y centrefire group event. In masters class Glenn Seaman was the man to beat with an agg of 0.4552. Then it was a family feud between Andrew and John Butts. As often happens the son showed father how to do it. In hunting class Bruce Milne was first with an agg of 0.559; then Brett Regan 0.8563 and Arthur Robinson 0.9363. Arthur was sitting a close second to Bruce when a wind change just as he pulled the trigger on his last shot spelt disaster. Garry Moore 0.9384; Alan Constable 1.2464 and Gavin Power 1.7642 rounded out the day.

The 25th is our annual Anzac shoot from 1pm - .303 Lee Enfields only.

Saturday the 27th is the Laurie Andrews memorial shoot from 10am- .303 Lee Enfields only, 60 rounds plus sighters required.

Sunday the 28th is a rimfire 50y group shoot from 10am.

For more  information contact Don EWIN on 69331908 or 0428 887 252. Competition programs are available on our web site or from the local gun shops.
Results for ANZAC DAY  and Sunday 28th April
Nine shooters competed in our annul ANZAC Day shoot.  Local LEE Enfield collector Greg Hannon top scored from last year’s winner Mick Reed .  Third place went to Frank McGrath.

Sunday was a 50y rimfire group shoot.  Maddi Zuliani proved too good for dad to take it out with an agg of 0359 inch with Carlo taking second place with 0.440.  John butts restored his honour after being beaten by son Andrew last week by taking third place on 0.445, barely beating John Buik by 0.013 inches but soundly thrashing Andrew by a margin of 0.305 inches.
As usual juniors pushed the oldies with Logan Robinson on  0.619; Ryan Mitchell 0.828 and Lizzie McDonell 1.390.

Saturday the 4th is shotgun from 1.30.

Sunday the 5th is centrefire field from 10am followed by centrefire lever.
A reminder the range will be closed on Sunday the12th for Mothers Day as you will all be busy spoiling mothers.

For more  information contact Don EWIN on 69331908 or 0428 887 252. Competition programs are available on our web site or from the local gun shops.
Results for Sunday 5th May
Sunday the 5th saw 14 shooters compete in centrefire field rifle. Mick Reed was top gun with 360.1 from a possible 400.   The minor places went to Bruce Milne 341.2 and Clayton Hogno 317.1.  Two juniors took on the demanding course of fire and as usual performed well with Maddi Zuliani on 261 and Ben Tredea on 226.

Centrefire lever followed with Mark Wheeler 284 and Bruce Milne 273.1 relegating Mick Reed on 250 to a distant third.  It was  good to see the same juniors compete in this event for the first time.

The next competition will be the Barry Duncan Memorial LV and HV shoot on the 18th and 19th – 9am start both days.  The range will be open from 8 to set up flags and weigh in.

For more  information contact Don EWIN on 69331908 or 0428 887 252. Competition programs are available on our web site or from the local gun shops.
Results for Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th May
The weekend was the annual Barry Duncan Memorial Shoot with light varmit (up to 10.5 lb) on Saturday and heavy (up to 13.5lb) on Sunday. On Saturday Barry Tucker from Lavington won the day  with new junior shooter Tori Colls second and John Butts third.
Sunday again went to Barry with local junior Roy Ewin second and Don Ewin third.  The Barry Duncan shield for the overall result for the two days went to Barry with Roy second and Tory third.  The message is clear beware of juniors! View rhe scoresheet HERE.

Sunday the 26th is 50y rimfire bench.  Hunting class four ten shot score targets and masters class two IRB targets.

For more  information contact Don EWIN on 69331908 or 0428 887 252. Competition programs are available on our web site or from the local gun shops.
Results for Sunday 26th May
Sunday was a 50y rimfire match with 20 shooters taking part.  Masters class faced two IRB targets with John Denton taking the event with 489.20 from a possible 500.  Second place was a close battle with Carlo Zuliani on 281.19 and Glenn Seaman on 481.18.
Hunting class shot four hunter class targets with Hanna Seaman shooting an impressive 400.22 from a possible 400. Second was Brett Regan on 397.8 and third was Wendy Bowels on 396.12, in only her second competition. As usual the juniors were impressive  with Emily Seaman on 471.10 in masters class and in hunting class Hanna’s 400.2 and Ryan Mitchell on 389.1. For scores click HERE.

Saturday the 1st will be shotguns from 1.30pm and Sunday rimfire field from 10am  followed by rimfire silhouette.

For more  information contact Don EWIN on 69331908 or 0428 887 252. Competition programs are available on our web site or from the local gun shops.
Results for Saturday 1st and Sunday 2nd June
On Saturday shotgun was cancelled due to the rain.

On Sunday Mick Reed was in top form taking out both rimfire field (351.1) and rimfire silhouette (22 down); he will be hard to beat for the club off-hand championship.  In field rifle second went to Carlo Zuliani  (333) and third Paul Passlow (329.3).  In silhouette Paul Passlow (19) was second and Gavin Power, Jason Brett, Leon Quirk and Clayton Hogno all tied for third place with 11 down.

The range will be closed on the 8th and 9th for the long weekend.

For more  information contact Don EWIN on 69331908 or 0428 887 252. Competition programs are available on our web site or from the local gun shops.
Results for Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th June
Saturday was the monthly black powder comp with an excellent turn out of nine competitors plus three new shooters.  Local brothers Mark and David Wheeler were the men to beat with Garry Moore filling third place.  SCORESHEET

On Sunday 16 shooters faced the line in a  centrefire Varmit for Score event over 100 yards.  In hunting class it was a close finish with three shooters on 237 with placings decided on the number of centres.  Clayton Hogno came out on top from Hamish Tait and new junior Tyler Chapman.  In masters class Don Ewin managed to hold off Mick Reed to take it by one point. Third went to John Butts. A number of local shooters will travel to Batemans Bay to compete in the NSW Fly state titles on Saturday.  SCORESHEET

Sunday the 23rd is a 50y rimfire group shoot.

For more  information contact Don EWIN on 69331908 or 0428 887 252. Competition programs are available on our web site or from the local gun shops.
Results for Sunday 23rd June
On Saturday John Butts, Roy Ewin (Gow) and Glenn Seaman travelled  to Batemans Bay to compete in the NSW Fly state titles. There were 32 entries in light gun and 20 in heavy gun. Glenn finished 18th in heavy, 24th in light and 42nd  overall.  John was 18th in light and 33rd overall.  Roy was 5th in light, 3rd in heavy, 7th overall and NSW junior champion.

On a very wet Sunday the 23rd Glenn Seaman again demonstrated his position as one of the top rimfire shooters in Australia when he won the NSW 200m rimfire fly championship at Batemans Bay.  To make it a family affair daughter Emily took out third place.  At the end of July the Seaman family will be on a plane to Europe where both Glenn and daughter Hanna will be part of the Australian team competing in the International Rimfire Bench world titles. The Riverina is well represented in this event with Narrandera shooter Chris Nocente also travelling; he is in both the rimfire and air rifle teams.  No wonder it is so hard to win a rimfire event locally.

On Sunday 21 shooters competed in the local 50y rimfire group event in mild conditions. Masters class was hotly contended and even Carlo’s 0.127” on the D target (yes that is five shots measuring roughly 1/8 of an inch centre to centre) was not enough to hold off the challenge by daughter Maddi who finished with an agg of 0.2674”. Third went to Rob Waugh on 0.3642”.  In hunting class it was Don Ewin 0.3852 from Terry Robinson 0.3972; then Terry’s son Logan Robinson 0.4530.  The heart break story goes to new junior Tyler Chapman who shot extremely well, including a 0.1840” on his D target then an almost three inch group on his last target blew it all apart – that’s shooting.  Our other junior, Ryan Mitchell, shot consistently to finish on 0.9568.
There will not be any competition on the 29/30 as it is the fifth weekend but the range will be open as normal – 1 to 4 Saturday and 9 to 4 on Sunday.

The next competitions are Saturday the 6th shotgun from 1.30pm and Sunday the 7th centrefire field rifle from 10am followed by centrefire lever action.
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For more  information contact Don EWIN on 69331908 or 0428 887 252. Competition programs are available on our web site or from the local gun shops.
Results for Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th June
Saturday was the monthly black powder comp with an excellent turn out of nine competitors plus three new shooters.  Local brothers Mark and David Wheeler were the men to beat with Garry Moore filling third place.  SCORESHEET

On Sunday 16 shooters faced the line in a  centrefire Varmit for Score event over 100 yards.  In hunting class it was a close finish with three shooters on 237 with placings decided on the number of centres.  Clayton Hogno came out on top from Hamish Tait and new junior Tyler Chapman.  In masters class Don Ewin managed to hold off Mick Reed to take it by one point. Third went to John Butts. A number of local shooters will travel to Batemans Bay to compete in the NSW Fly state titles on Saturday.  SCORESHEET

Sunday the 23rd is a 50y rimfire group shoot.

For more  information contact Don EWIN on 69331908 or 0428 887 252. Competition programs are available on our web site or from the local gun shops.
Results for Saturday 6th and Sunday 7th July
Ten gunners contested a 50 clay rise on Saturday.  It was good to see three new shooters.  A stiff wind made things interesting but Mick Reed showed he was up to it to break 45.  The minor places went to Garry Burton (38) and  Shane Reynolds (36)

On Sunday in centrefire field rifle Mick Reed set a new club record of 371.2 from a possible 400. Second was Hamish Tait on 349.1 followed by Greg Chapman 338.3. In centrefire lever it was Frank Cohn from Clayton Hogno and Mark Wheeler.  Our new junior Tyler Chapman shot a respectable 122 at his first lever action comp.

Sunday the 14th will be military service rifle from 10am.

For more  information contact Don EWIN on 69331908 or 0428 887 252. Competition programs are available on our web site or from the local gun shops.
Results for Sunday 14th July
Sunday  was  a military service rifle comp where open sights are the order of the day.  Not a good match for older eyes on a dull day.  Local LeeEnfield enthusiast Greg Blake took the honours with 190.3 from Don Ewin 189.1; then Bruce Milne 182.2; David Wade 182.1; Clayton Hogno 177.3 and John Buik 150.3

Saturday the 27th will be the Crack at the Cash prize shoot organized by Bob Wright. Entry fee is $80 with three quarters distributed in prize money.  For more info contact Bob on 0427223448 – entries to Don  Ewin.

Saturday the 20th is black powder from 1.30pm; Sunday the 21st  is centrefire 200 yard group from 10am.

For more  information contact Don EWIN on 69331908 or 0428 887 252. Competition programs are available on our web site or from the local gun shops.
Results for Saturday 20th and Sunday 21st July
Saturday was black powder.  Mick Reed was on range duty so, being nice people, the bp guys lent him a rifle  so he could compete. Bad move, he beat them all soundly at their own game.  Second was David Wheeler followed by brother Mark.    RESULTS

In hunting class of the 200y group shoot on Sunday, rising star Clayton Hogno took the honours with an agg of 1.494.  Gavin Power (1.870) and Arthur Robinson (2.040) filled the minor places. In masters class it was a family affair with Roy Ewin on 0.900 besting Pa by a mere 0.007.  Third place went to Mick Reed shooting his trusty 308.    RESULTS

Saturday the 27th will be the Crack at the Cash prize shoot organized by Bob Wright. Entry fee is $80 with 93% distributed in prize money. 
For more info contact Bob on 0427223448 – entries to Don  Ewin or on the day.

Sunday the 28th is rimfire score from 10am.

On Thursday the Seaman family flies to Europe where Glenn and Hanna will represent Australia in the world rimfire bench titles.
Results for Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th July
On Saturday the prize shoot attracted 14 shooters from three states. Paul Read from Leeton took the honours from LeeAnn VanMeurs by one point. Bob Wright in third place was the best placed local.  RESULTS

On Sunday 20 shooters contested a 50y rimfire score match.  In Masters Class it was a Zuliani family affair with Maddi and Carlo both on 249 from a possible 250.  Maddi was victorious on a centre count.  Third place went to John Butts on 244.7. In Hunting Class Barry Wild on 249.10 was first with Don Ewin 248.8 and Greg Hannon 246.9 filling the minor places.  Juniors performed very well with Tyler Chapman 245.7 (equal 5th); Ryan Mitchell 241.4 (equal 11th); Kyle Hughes 241.4 (equal 11th), Kane Butts 239.2 (12th) and Logan Robinson 228.1 (15th).  Kyle Hughes was the standout performance.  Just 12, the second time he had fired a rifle and his first competition he showed skill and maturity to perform consistently with all five targets 47.1 (from 50) or better. RESULTS

Saturday the 3rd and Sunday the 4th is the Murrumbidgee Muster from 9am each day. The range will be closed to casual shooters but spectators are always welcome.
Shotguns will be on Saturday the 10th.

For more  information contact Don EWIN on 69331908 or 0428 887 252. Competition programs are available on our web site or from the local gun shops.
Results for Saturday 3rd and Sunday 4th August
Over the weekend 16 black powder shooters contested the Murrumbidgee Muster. Top gun over the 20 events was Mark Wheeler with brother David taking second and Ray Harrold from Nowra in third. The 200 yard offhand trophy went to David Wheeler and the flintlock trophy to Mark Wheeler.

Shotguns will be on Saturday the 10th from 1.30. Sunday the 11th will be military range rifle over 100, 200 and 300 yards.

Nominations for the Blue Heeler fly shoot are now open with Don EWIN. Late nominations will be accepted on the morning if spaces are still available but late nominations may not be able to share equipment.

For more  information contact Don EWIN on 69331908 or 0428 887 252. Competition programs are available from the local gun shops.
Results for Saturday 3rd and Sunday 4th August
Saturday saw 15 gunners compete in a 50 clay shotgun event.  The targets were difficult but Mick Reed  continued his top form to take the event with 43 broken.  Steve Oakman was second on 36 followed by rising star Josh Arundell with 34 and antique gun collector Daniel Penny was next with 32 but Arthur Robinson was hot on his heels with 31.  Then the scores ranged from 28 to single figures.  The next shotgun shoot will be on Saturday the 7th of September.

Saturday the 14th is black powder from 1.30pm and Sunday a centrefire 300m Fly as a warm up for the Blue Heeler.

Nominations for the Blue Heeler fly shoot are now open with Don EWIN. Late nominations will be accepted on the morning if spaces are still available but late nominations may not be able to share equipment.
For more  information contact Don EWIN on 69331908 or 0428 887 252. Competition programs are available from the local gun shops.
Results for Saturday Sunday 18th August
Sunday was a 300mm fly match with a warmer and four to count targets (possible score 240). Consistent junior Roy Ewin (yes he will be a junior for a couple of years yet) took the day with 232 followed by Greg Chapman. Full results on the website later in the week as I left the result sheet at the range. It is pleasing to see the number of juniors competing, particularly in rimfire bench. Today Tyler Chapman was the only junior but he finished a credible 8th from 15.

Next weekend the range will be closed to casual shooters because of the Blue Heeler, but as always, spectators are very welcome.

The next shotgun shoot will be on Saturday the 7th of September.

Nominations for the Blue Heeler fly shoot are now open with Don EWIN. Late nominations will be accepted on the morning if spaces are still available but late nominations may not be able to share equipment.

For more  information contact Don EWIN on 69331908 or 0428 887 252. Competition programs are available from the local gun shops.
Results for Saturday 24th and Sunday 25th August
Recently we were required to replace the range flags with much larger ones. As is usual when something has to be done the Scott family stepped up. A big thank you to Fay Scott for making the new flags!

The weekend saw the Blue Heeler Classic, our major 500m fly shoot for the year. Both days ran very smoothly, mainly due to the efficiency of our target crew of Wal Scott, John Buik, David Wade, Arthur Robinson and Ryan Hall (a junior from Batemans Bay). The other standout was Bruce Milne who saved our bacon when the caterer cancelled at the last minute.

The 300m event on Saturday was won by local F Class shooter Rob Halloran, LeeAnn VanMeurs and Roy Ewin tied on second with LeeAnn coming out on top after a count back. Along the way LeeAnn shot a perfect target of 60.5.

On Sunday, at 500m, in heavy gun, it was Paul Read from Mike Bell and LeeAnn VanMeurs. In light gun it was Anthony Hall from Grant Groves and Mike Bell. Best target and smallest group in light gun went to Peter VanMeurs.

Sunday belonged to Paul Read, first in heavy gun, smallest group and best target in heavy gun and overall two day champion. If that wasn’t enough, Paul’s best heavy gun group of 0.955”, when ratified, will be a new national record (the record is currently held by John Butts).

Sunday the 1st is rimfire field rifle from 10am followed by rimfire silhouette.
The next shotgun shoot will be on Saturday the 7th of September (yes, there is an error on the program).

For more  information contact Don EWIN on 69331908 or 0428 887 252. Competition programs are available from the local gun shops.
Results for Sunday 1st September
Sunday saw 16 compete in the rimfire field event. It was great to see promising juniors Ryan Mitchell ant Tyler Chapman there with respectable scores of 203.1 and 188 respectively. Mick Reed continued his domination with 361.1 but Carlo Zuliani (348.1) and David Wade (345) pushed him.  RESULTS

In rimfire silhouette it was again Mick Reed on 18 with David Wade hot on his heels on 16 down. Cameron Steinmetz took third with 15 down. Once again Ryan and Tyler were successful with silhouettes down but finished in reverse order this time.

The next shotgun shoot will be on Saturday the 7th of September and military field rifle on Sunday the 8th. Be warned the military event will be 10 shots at 100, five at 200 and five at 300.

For more  information contact Don EWIN on 69331908 or 0428 887 252. Competition programs are available from the local gun shops.
Results for Saturday 2nd November
On Saturday a record field of gunners including three juniors contested the shotgun comp. The honours went to Stephen Peck with 47 broken, closely followed by Mick Reed and Rick Mathers both on 46. Ben Tredrea had the best of the juniors with 30 broken, then Andrew Wright and Tyler Chapman only one break apart.
The annual presentation will again be at the Rules Club on December the 4th.
In fairness to the juniors who do not shoot shotgun the junior point score was closed off when the rifle range was closed. However there will be medals for the first three junior places in shotgun.

For more  information contact Don EWIN on 69331908 or 0428 887 252. Competition programs are available from the local gun shops.