Orange Rifle Club was established at its current location in 1896.
Since that time, the club has produced a number of elite target shooters who have gone on to participate in and in some cases win State, National and International events.
Currently, the Club runs a weekly target shooting competition from 300 to 600 yards using two Hexta targets. The two most popular disciplines are F Class and Target Rifle.
The Club is affiliated with the NSW Rifle Association (NSWRA). NSWRA is a member of the National Rifle Association of Australia (NRAA).
Visitors and intending members are most welcome to attend the range.
Firearms Licence Qualification Course
Do you require a minors permit (12 to 18 years) or a firearms licence (18 years and above)?
If so, you must complete a Firearms Licence Qualification Course (FLQC).
Courses are held on demand.
Phone 0401 150 630 to make a booking.
To give instruction in the safe and efficient handling of those firearms which are lawfully able to be used; to
engage in target shooting competitions; to work with the community to cultivate good citizenship and firearms awareness; and to improve the public image of the legitimate target, recreational and sporting shooters.
F Class & Target Rifle Program*
Saturday at 1pm
Members and visitors should make prior arrangement to sight their rifle on a paper target before the 1pm commencement
of the competition shoot. Electronic targets should not be used for this purpose.