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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

No 5 DRA Open Prize Meeting - On the 6th August at Karramomus - Range Map

Karramomus Picnic Shoot - On the 7th August


Results from recent Prize Meetings

Warracknabeal Open Prize Meeting - Day 1

Warracknabeal Open Prize Meeting - Day 2

Warracknabeal Open Prize Meeting - Aggregate


VRA Council Elections
The VRA hereby calls for nominations for the following Council vacancies:
Chairman and Councillors(3)
Nominations must be on the form which is found on the VRA website.

Nominations must be with the Executive Officer no later than 4.00pm on Monday 22nd August 2016

AGM Notices of Motion
The VRA further advises that any Notices of Motion for the 2016 AGM are also to be delivered to the Executive Officer no later than 4.00pm on Monday 22nd August 2016 so that they can be incorporated into a common mailout with Election forms.


Warracknabeal Open Prize Meeting 2016

Two day Aggregate winners: From Left to Right - Rod Davis FTR, Mark Horsnell TR A, Malcolm Bennett TR B, Danny Sandford F Std A, Rod Duncan F Std B, Robert Bant FO. - Missing Daniel Clothier TR C

Over 50 shooters braved the frost and fog at Warracknabeal over the weekend. For many people it was their first taste of electronic targets. Overall comments were pretty positive. It definitely made the job of the Range Officer easier as no one could challenge a shot. The conditions meant some changes to the program, but the warm welcome and hospitality in the Club hut meant that everyone went away happy. Mark Horsnell (Bacchus Marsh) continued his run of good scores to narrowly take out the TR A aggregate with a score of 322.43 from Kieran McCamley 322.36 (Shepparton/Nathalia).


How to shoot 1,000 yards with no scope

Stickledown Range at Bisley plays host to a match between dozens of shooters capable of hitting a target 1,000 yards away - and they don't use rifle scopes. It is the Inter-Counties match.

Link to video



NRAA SSR's May 2016

Proposal to Change Format of Interstate F Class Teams Matches

F Class Team Captains 2016 and 2017

NRAA National Ranking System

NRAA Policy on the Future of F Class

Rule Interpretations - New FTR Rules

NRAA Member Upate 42

F/TR SSR Extract

NRAA Calendar 2016


From the Council


2016/17 Membership fee structure

Updated 06/04/2016


VRA and Wellsford Calendar


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