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We must never forget the sacrifices made by Australians during the Great War and all other conflicts that followed. Equally, we must never take for granted the losses suffered by

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SA Open Championship

Lead up to the F-Class World Championship – F Open and F-TR! The FCWC was originally scheduled for April 2021, however due to the global pandemic, impact to global logistics

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Mia hits the World’s stage

She’s young, cheeky, fun, determined and fiercely competitive! Many forget just how young our world-beating F-Class shooter is! Through hardwork and determination, Mia has brought her dreams to fruition taking

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QRA Champion of Champions 2023

TR – Scott Robson, FSTD – Al Griffiths, FO – Dave Boreham, FTR – Mark Fairbairn
U25 F CLASS – Rohan Barlow (FTR), Declan Barlow (FO), Joseph Noonan (FSTD)

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Women in our Sport – IWD23

Today is International Women’s Day – and this sport stands proud as we celebrate their work, their achievements and the value they bring to every aspect of our sport and

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M.D.R.A. Champion of Champions

What a morning it was at the M.D.R.A. Champion of Champions – 24 shooters and some hot competition in some difficult conditions! Nobody left after 4 ranges without dropping at

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M.D.R.A. 300 yard fixtures

It was hot and humid for our M.D.R.A fixtures at Belmont! With teams across TR, FS, FO & FTR, the game was on. Wind coaches did their very best in

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Neville Bidgood

‘Though I have never considered myself a great shot, I have had my moments. I enjoy the sport and mateship as mainly a B Grade competitor. Over the years I

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The world has lost a great person and a true champion of our sport. On and off range, Glen was an inspiration to all and he will be sadly missed

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The Rolph 2022

The winners of the RA ROLPH winners of 2022: TRA – Alex Davies – 350.44 (clean), TRB – Peter Spencer – 340.20, TRC – Ross Williams – 326.22, FSA –

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About Us

The Queensland Rifle Association fosters target rifle shooting and firearms training through our clubs.   Different classes of rifle shooting are conducted by our Clubs under the Standard Shooting Rules (SSRs) of the National Rifle Association of Australia (NRAA).

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Belmont Shooting Complex

Queensland Rifle Association acknowledges the support of the Department of Tourism, Innovation and Sport.  Through this financial support QRA is able to deliver a number of programs designed to meet the goals of Queensland Government’s Activate! Queensland Strategy.