Tap Day for Detail
All Bench Rest (Center Fire) Members. Due to unforeseen circumstances. The match held on the 2nd Sunday of the month From 10 am to 1 pm on range 2 has been canceled for the time-being. Rime fire will be run as usual from 1 pm
Range 1 is open for practical pistol on that day but you are more then welcome to attend there.
Range information: updated 6/11/2019.
Even if not listed in this calendar, the ranges May BE OPENED by qualified Range Officers FOR PRACTICE between the hours of 0800 – 2200 on Saturdays, Sundays, Public Holidays & Wednesdays between the hours of 1200 – 2200.
Range 1 Rifle, Pistol & Shotgun – Metallic template to 400m
Range 2 Rifle, Pistol & Shotgun – Soft targets only to 300m
Shotgun Range Shotguns Only (shot no larger than No.6) 5 Stand & Field layouts
Silhouette Range Rifle, Pistol & Shotgun – Metallic template to 500m
Cudgegong Range Pistol only, soft/card targets, 25 & 50m
As a result of the NSW FAR inspection on 26/10/17, no centrefire rifle on the silhouette range until further notice.
Camping is allowed at Silhouette Range, Shotgun Range & Ranges 1 + 2 designated areas, one day prior & one day post scheduled Club Events. The Club must have a responsible ‘Designated Person’ to open up, control activities, direct the clean up & lock up the Range.
Wednesdays general Practice on Range 1 is for ‘shift workers’ who cannot regularly attend and are as booked.
The 4th Wednesday each month is open to everyone for general Practice. Unlicensed people interested in trying shooting are welcome to attend and will have an opportunity to shoot under the authority of a P650 form, in accordance with section 6B(1)(a) of the Firearms Act 1996. A variety of targets will be available for both handgun and rifle use; club pistols will be available for those wishing to try pistol shooting. Families welcome!
The Range Officer (RO) on the day has total control over range activities.
– Shooting must not commence until flags, frames & targets are in place, the range is opened for shooting by the Range Officer and the RED FLAG is displayed on the firing range.
– NO Handling of firearms on the firing line when the range is closed to shooting
– Firearms must not be removed from the firing line until cleared by the range officer.
– Firearms are to be brought onto the range in a safe condition (action open & unloaded), carried muzzle up or bagged, then “racked” or follow RO’s directions on the day.
Shooters should wear ear & eye protection & appropriate footwear on firing line.
Windamere Regional Shooting Complex “Range Standing Orders” have been developed and a copy is on all ranges. Same as previous but now specified by WRSC as the range approval holder. Covers legals & liability with any insurance with regard to the NSW Firearms Range Approval. Every member club was involved.