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History

The club was originally formed in 1975 as the R.S.L. Youth Smallbore Club. At the time the range was owned by the Australian Army but in 1981 was renamed the Port Macquarie Smallbore Rifle Club and registered with the NSW Firearms Registry as a Category A fifty metre range. The club is affiliated with the Federation of Hunting Clubs. In keeping with its military past the Air Force Cadets still use the range for their scheduled shoots. 

 

Club Shooting Days

Tuesday commencing at 9.00am  

Friday commencing at 9.00am

Saturdays (1st Nov to 31st Jan)  9.00am   (1st Feb to 30th Oct) 9.30am

Note: On Tuesdays and Fridays visitors are requested to attend the range at least 30 minutes before the advertised start times.

The range will be closed Good Friday and Anzac Day (should it fall on a scheduled shooting day).

 

Shooting fees.

Juniors (12 to 17 years) $3    Seniors $10

All visitors to the range are required to report to the Range Officer on arrival and must provide photo identification. Persons under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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