Today's Date:



Juniors Excel

1. Mildura's Nathan Argiro succeeds at the ISSF
National Championships.

2. 15 year old Aislin Jones made history as the
youngest winner of the Australia’s Open women's
ISSF skeet championships.

See Junior News

2016 State Skeet Carnival
Frankston Australian Clay Target Club
28th - 31st January 2016

Results can be viewed Here

Please note change of dates:

Bordertown Gun Club

Eastern Zone Carnival will now be held on
Sunday  24th  APRIL  2016 - 9.00 am start:
25 Tgt  Point Score Championship
25 Tgt  Single Barrel
25 Tgt  Double Barrel

Patchewollock Gun Club

The March shoot previously programmed for Sunday 27th March
has been transferred to Sunday 3rd April due to clash
with Mildura Easter Carnival. See "Calendar and Programs" link.

Members! Trying to find a Club Program
or State Shooting Calendar?

Every thing you need to know is published in the VCTA's Shooting Programs
Booklet available from your Club Secretary.

The VCTA Shooting Program Booklet contains a wealth of information including:

  • The President's report;
  • State Office Bearers and Council Members;
  • Zone Directories;
  • Major events and shooting calendar;
  • Victorian Club's Shooting Programs;
  • Goods and Services information.

Contact your Club Secretary for your copy

Programs and Calendar are also on line Here


Expressions of interest are being sort from anyone who is interested in obtaining their ACTA Referees' accreditation.

Those interested are asked to contact one of the following to register your name and contact details. As yet there has been no date or venue decided.We are looking at North East Zone and the North West Zone and, depending on numbers, more than one course may be run. It is not restricted to any Zone so all are encouraged to register if interested.

Please register your interest with one of the following. Don't forget your contact details so we can get back to you.

Glenn Woodhatch 0429401122; Ray Peatling 0429 434547
Bendigo Facebook Page; Cohuna FacebookPage

Members Please Note

Secure your Firearms!

When at a range, firearms not being used MUST be locked in your vehicle.

Police have been checking vehicles at clubs to see that shooters are not leaving guns in unlocked cars.

Random checks will continue to occur more frequently at Gun Clubs, so please be sure to lock your guns away when not in use, and store ammunition correctly.

Police will confiscate firearms that are not secured properly and there is a risk of losing your license as well as being charged.

Is your firearms licence about to expire?

Please check the expiry date as, ultimately, you are responsible for renewing your licence.  Sometimes notices for renewal are not sent. It is recommended that you renew a month before the expiry date so as to avoid going through the mundane tests etc.

If you have overlooked the expiry date you will receive a letter from the Licensing Services Division advising that you will have to dispose of your firearms.

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