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Natives aggregate and Keith Affleck Belt winner Brian Carter TePuke NZ resultNatives aggregate and Keith Affleck Belt winner Brian Carter TePuke NZ resultKiwi visitor snares Natives titles

New Zealand shooter Brian Carter made a bold showing to win the 2017 Natives Prize Meeting.

The two-day event attracted a class field of shooters leading into a big week of competition at the Belmont Range.

Following the final Commonwealth Games trial, and the President’s lead-up, the National Queens Prize will be shot from this Friday through to Sunday.

Brian, from TePuke Rifle Club in the North Island, is also taking part in a NZ Commonwealth Games selection trial and the National Queens at Belmont.

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Darren Enslin and his son DeanDarren Enslin and his son DeanDouble for Darren at Bundaberg

Australian representative shooter Darren Enslin showed his class in collecting a trophy double against high quality competition at the 2017 Bundaberg Burnett Rifle Club Open Prize Meeting.

The Pacific Rifle Club member, posted the only possible 200 score, hitting all 40 bulllseyes over four ranges from 300 to 600 yards on Saturday, June 3.

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Charles ArrowsmithCharles Arrowsmith


We congratulate Charles Arrowsmith (Biloela RC) on winning the NQRA Queens Prize Aggregate. Charles finished on 248.27, ahead Matt Pozzebon (University of Queensland RC) 247.34 and Ben Picton (Goondiwindi RC) 247.27.

Service Rifle winner Des Voght North ArmService Rifle winner Des Voght North ArmANZAC shoot a Crawford family affair

The popular 2017 ANZAC memorial rifle shoot at North Arm proved to be a family affair for the Crawfords from Gympie-Kilkivan.

There was some outstanding marksmanship from the .303 rifle devotees who tackled the annual event over 300, 400 and 500 yard ranges using a modified scoring system.

Bob Crawford shooting with a 1943 Australian-made Lithgow rifle hit every bullseye for a possible 150 with 12 centre bulls to win the modified service rifle class by a shot from Glenn Skipworth of the Queensland Military Rifle Club who finished with 149.16

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