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News Flash – NRAA Firearm Insurance

NRAA are pleased to advise members the Firearm Insurance has been finalised. The cover will be for $12,000 at a cost of approx $10 plus merchant fees. Watch this space for more information and the online signup portal coming in the next few weeks.

From the President – ANZAC Day – Rifle Shooters Remember

'As our rifle clubs are in 'recess', as occurred during the Great War, and because we are unable to assemble publicly on ANZAC Day 2020 due to the imposed corona virus restrictions, it is important that we, the National Rifle Association of Australia's club members,...

NRAA COVID 19 Update – 25 March 2020

NRAA COVID 19 Members Update, 25 March 2020. The Board is continuing to meet weekly and is reviewing the updated information being released from both Federal and State governments. We would like to reiterate our recommendations from the previous update. If you fall...

NRAA COVID 19 Update #3

NRAA Statement on COVID 19 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) is a major international concern and I’m sure you are all aware of the impact it is having on everyday events. Our thoughts and wishes are extended to anyone who has been affected by the virus. The NRAA Board has...

National Ladies Teams Postponed

It is with great regret that we announce the postponement of the National Ladies Team competition for 2020. The VRA has taken the unprecedented action of moving their Queens due to the COVID-19 virus, having taken into consideration all Government Health warnings. The...

Coronavirus Information for Traveling Members

The NRAA are currently closely monitoring the situation with regards to the COVID-19 virus. Presently the NRAA is strongly advising any members traveling internationally for competition or leisure follow any travel advisories issued by the Federal Government through...

2020 National Come and Try May …

2020 National Come and Try May - Get on Board National Come and Try May is back! Time has come again to jump on board and register for 2020 National Come and Try May (NCATM). In 2019, 104 clubs across Australia participated in NCATM, exposing our sport...

Commonwealth Games 2022 – Exciting Outcome for Shooting

The NRAA has received notification from Shooting Australia’s President, Cath Fettell, that the Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) Executive Board, at their meeting in London on 21-23 February 2020, approved the Commonwealth Games India (CGI) proposal, supported by...

Mt Vince Range Reopened

NQRA are pleased to announce that after two and a half years the Mt Vince Rifle Range is open for shooting. Today the 23rd February will be the first shoot since its closure , with the new Hexta Targets fitted members will be able to access their results live. NQRA...

Members Update #50

Ammunition and Strategic – Piers Cambridge Projectile Levy. At the members workshop it was agreed by the S&T to cease the levy on projectiles and increase fees as a fairer mechanism to raise revenue for the NRAA. Only F Standard and TR shooters (and those that...

Nominations – F Open and FTR Rutland Teams

The NRAA are calling for suitable candidates to nominate for the F Class Open and FTR Rutland Teams Matches being contested alongside the F Class World Championships being held in South Africa 2021. Teams will consist of 1 Team Captain 1 Adjutant/Manager 4 Shooters 1...

Chairman’s Message

Dear Members, I trust that you have all enjoyed the Christmas festive season, understanding that for many of us it was a very stressful period due to the fires. Fortunately, thus far the damage has been constrained to two ranges, with only a few of our members having...

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