Goulburn Rifle Club

 

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Goulburn Rifle Club has taken delivery of the new GENERATION II of the OzScore Electronic target System. It Features a 12 inch Colour touch screen and a a massive improvement on the earlier version. It has a new and much improved user interface. At it first outing the members were delighted with its performance.

 

"A century old rifle shooting relic has been returned to the safekeeping of the Goulburn Rifle Club". Missing for over 100 years, the "Goulburn District Cup" was discovered by a gentleman at a garage sale at Narooma NSW. he contacted the Club to ask of its significance and to ask if we wanted it back. YES was the answer, and Rob Eager when down to Narooma the next day to pick it up.

 

The last mention of winners was on 14/3/1914. The Competition appears to have run from 1906 to 1914.

 

Enquiries were made as whether the cup could be re-plated. The bad news that it cannot, but the good news is that it is made of Pewter.

 

The cup has had a good clean and a polish, and will be reinstalled in the Goulburn Clubhouse."

Goulburn Rifle Club 150th. Anniversary Prize Meeting
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Recently, the club has taken delivery of an updated version of its Electronic Target system and the members have given it a big "thumbs up"

The Club is also busy organising an Open Prize Meeting in March to celebrate 150 years of competitive rifle shooting in Goulburn.

Hot Conditions at Rifle Range


10 Riflemen from the Goulburn Rifle Club turned out on Saturday for thr first competition of the new year. Heat, and a tricky frontal fishtail wind made for an interesing afternoon. Rob Eager won the day with a perfect score of 120.14.


The handicap scores were M Weston 117.3, M Warren 120.3, D Sinclair 120.12, T Weston 112.4, C Weston 117.3, L Hoskins 120.4, Rob Eager 120.14, Julie D 109.6, S Roberts 120.2, P Winterton 120.1.