May
16
  Held at the Dairyville Range at SSAA NSW Coffs Harbour Branch, this very well attended event also saw the inauguration of a new trophy to honour a valued member. Read the full coverage report in the June edition of The NSW Shooter Quarterly Review. In the meantime here are the results. Congratulations to the national winners!   Top 10 R/F Light Benchrest Bill Simmons .7107, Brett Wilson .7418, Brian Mitchell .802, Norm Bardell .8316, Keith Smith .8367, Paul Sullivan .8434, Richard Powell...
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May
9
It may not be a large branch but SSAA NSW Forbes offers plenty of shooting opportunities for keen competition at its range. Thirteen members competed in the fox, bear and .22 target shoots held on Sunday 30 April, with John Dean taking top honours in each event, with a perfect score in the fox target shoot and second place getter Allan Belcher only one point behind. Check out the complete results, and dates and information about future events, disciplines and contact details, as well as licensi...
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Apr
27
  Heritage service rifles won welcome places at the field rifle range at Big Springs when 10  intrepid shooters turned out to contest SSAA NSW Wagga Wagga Branch’s ninth annual ANZAC Day shoot for Lee Enfield 303s. These contestants braved pouring rain to celebrate the legend of the ANZACs and their WWI standard issue firearm. The top three shooters’ names are to be added to the perpetual trophy, a portrait of a Light Horseman. The medals for this year’s event were brought back from...
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Apr
7
Paul and Tracy Deehan celebrated together after taking first and second place respectively in the 2017 Riverina Fly Championship held Saturday and Sunday 25-26 March at SSAA NSW Wagga Wagga Branch.  Paul won Sunday's 500m Centrefire Heavy Gun with a score of 268.01, with Tyson Trotter in second place with 266.03 and Les Fraser third with 256.01, while Tracy came first in the Light Gun with 266.05, Tyson Trotter second with 260.01 and Daniel Taylor third with 256.02. On Saturday PVM won the...
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Mar
28
Of the three Duval High School junior shooters who travelled to the Dairyville Range at Coffs Harbour for the recent National Benchrest Rimfire Championships, two distinguished themselves in the results. At his first competition 12-year-old Patrick Simpson won the trophy for first Junior in the Heavy Rimfire event and 14-year-old Tiffany Tarrant was placed third in the Juniors event for the International Rimfire Benchrest, as well as winning two screamer patches in the Heavy Rimfire event. T...
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