TRA Inaugural F Class Small Bore Championships - POSTPONED

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TRA Inaugural F Class Small Bore Championships - POSTPONED

#1 Postby PeteFox » Mon Sep 19, 2022 2:11 pm

Ladies and Gents
The TRA is will be holding its inaugural F Class Small Bore Championships to be shot over 100 and 200 yards at Campbell Town Rifle Range on Saturday 18th March. This is the weekend after the Kings Prize Meeting.
The program and rules/classes are still being formulated at this stage.
I will have further information closer to the date.

Please PM email or phone if you have questions.

Pete Fox, Secretary
trasecretary@protonmail.com
Phone zero four one seven one eight five two seven six.

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Re: TRA Inaugural F Class Small Bore Championships - POSTPONED

#2 Postby PeteFox » Sun Jan 01, 2023 3:25 pm

The TRA Inaugural F Class Small Bore Championships have been postponed until next year.

Our range was been under water for the last couple of months (drying out now). The water has prevented us from getting equipment in to construct our new 100yd mound, and now it's too late to get the job done. Thanks for the interest.

For those who know the Campbell Town range, the photo below will be a surprise, but then maybe not with water affecting half the country.

wet600.jpg


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Re: TRA Inaugural F Class Small Bore Championships - POSTPONED

#3 Postby RDavies » Thu Jan 05, 2023 7:34 pm

Im keen to see this go ahead and curious to see how it is run, what format etc, as in Australian style or International style F class.. It would be good to see more rimfire F class start to take off around Australia.


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