Prone Shooting Position

Supine Shooting Position

Shooters on Mound


AMRA Rules (as amended 2016)
The Special General Meeting held in November 2016, approved some changes to the AMRA Rules. The new Rules have now been formally Registered and approved and are available here.

Also available are the (unconfirmed) Minutes of the Special General Meeting and the Discussion Notes of the subsequent discussion with members on strategic matters.
NSW Match Rifle Association
Annual General Meeting
Saturday February 18
Tumut Rifle Range
NSW match rifle and long range F Class shooters are advised that the Annual General meeting of the NSWMRA will be held on the above date immediately after the completion of the Tumut shooting competition for the day.
AMRA Newsletter
November 2016

Updated Grade Points
November 2016
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What Is Match Rifle?

Match Rifle Shooting is long range target shooting conducted over the distances of 1000, 1100 and 1200 yards or 900, 1000 and 1100 metres  - i.e. where normal full bore target shooting stops, Match Rifle shooting starts!

Great Britain and Australia are the leading exponents of Match Rifle shooting. It was established in United Kingdom over 150 years ago. By comparison Match Rifle shooting in Australia is in its infancy only commencing in the mid 1990s.

Match Rifle shooting uses centre-fire .308W  rifle with telescopic sights (if desired). It can be shot either prone or supine (back gunning). In the prone position a rest for the front hand or forearm is allowed. Equipment Ideas

Match Rifle events and Associations in Australia also cater for Long Range F Class Shooters

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