Weapons Licensing keeps our communities safe, while enabling people with a genuine reason to own and operate a firearm or weapon. Our purpose is to effectively regulate the acquisition, possession, use and disposal of registered firearms and weapons in the interests of community safety.
by Paul Carberry
Paul is a much respected shooter and performance coach from Tamworth, NSW.
A pocket guide for target rifle shooters
This guide covers many aspects of shooting what is known as “Target Rifle” in Australia. It describes basic equipment,
physical preparation, the shooting techniques and mental control required for high performance prone position shooting.
By: Bryan Litz
In this paper master ballistician, Bryan Litz, examines the Lapua .308 155 grain Palma projectile and compares it with the Berger 155.5 grain projectile and the Sierra 155 grain projectile.
by Wayne Latham
Natives Rifle Club, Brisbane
This information paper is written with the hope that after reading this paper the new and less experienced shooter will have a better understanding of how each shot in a series of shots establishes a pattern on the target (the “Group”) and how best to adjust their sights to ensure that the centre of the group is positioned over the middle of the target so as to maximise the score.
by Rod Doman
President, Rosedale Rifle Range
Click Here to Link to Rosedale Rifle Range
The purpose of this paper is to increase the basic knowledge of all F-Class shooters.
by Leigh Marett
(Natives Rifle Club)
The purpose of this paper is to help new shooters achieve a proper wind zero for their rifle sight.
by Bill Calfee
“I’m Feeling Those Good Vibrations (Again)”
(or how do barrels vibrate and how do barrel tuners work)
Bill’s informative paper from the Oz F-Class website