Come And Try Target Shooting (CATTS) with the Qld Rifle Association.

A Long Range fullbore Target Rifle shooter in the prone position.

 

LONG RANGE FULLBORE SHOOTING

QRA Fullbore Rifle Club members enjoy the challenge of long range shooting and competitions, shooting at stationary targets.

The targets are at distances between 300 and 1000 yards and the shooter is in the prone position, where the shooter lies down facing the target, supported by their elbows and upper body (see picture above).

With discipline and practice, a skilled shooter will hit the bullseye  using a single shot bolt-action rifle of .308 or .223 calibre.

If you would like to try out this sport before joining a club, contact your local QRA affiliated club for an introduction. Click here for Club contacts.

 

Come And Try Target Shooting (CATTS) with the QRA at Belmont.

The QRA conducts new shooter sessions at the Belmont Shooting Complex, in Brisbane.

Shooting at a distance of 300 metres, it is an opportunity to engage with experienced shooters and club members using rifles with peep sites and scopes to hit your target.  Many CATTS participants now enjoy shooting, improving skills and knowledge, and competing with their clubs.

  • No weapons licence required;
  • All equipment is provided;
  • Bookings are essential as numbers are limited for each group;
  • Participants 11 years of age and up (and supervised by adult).

 

Contact the QRA Office on Ph 07 3398 4309 (Mon-Fri 8.30am -4.30pm) or

click on this link to email for information about Come And Try Target Shooting day at Belmont in Brisbane: EMAIL the QRA



 

CATTS is a QRA Initiative supported by the Queensland Government to get more Queenslanders active through sport and recreation.