SSAA Club/Sections contacts and Information
SSAA ACT Inc is a sport shooting association founded in 1965 and provides range facilities for members and members of the public to participate in target shooting activities.
SSAA ACT has a wide range of shooting disciplines for rifle, pistol and shotgun.
The SSAA ACT Shooting Complex, Rifle Range on Hector McIntosh Grove in Majura has Range Officers in attendance Monday to Friday 9 am-4 pm and Sunday 9 am-12 noon, for members and licenced members of the public to engage in general target shooting sessions. Our formal shooting disciplines use the complex on Saturdays and Sunday afternoons.
People are encouraged to visit the Rifle Range complex and watch the disciplines to gain knowledge about the different types of shooting matches.
Members general session
Contact: Range Office 02 6241 7313
Non-discipline Rifle general shooting is held on Sunday mornings and weekdays. Targets are available for purchase. Range Officers are in attendance during these hours, Monday to Friday 9am-4pm; Sunday 9am-12 noon; range open from 9am-4pm on any fifth Sunday of the month.
If you are interested in other SSAA ACT Disciplines or Clubs please contact the coordinators to find out when is the best time to visit.
Contact: Jim Coghlan 0419 615 551 or email@example.com
Every Wednesday at the Air Gun Range from 6.30pm
APSGC (Police and Services)
Contact: Lawrie Whiley 0418 609 112 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact: Alex Chryss 0450 812 639 or email@example.com
When Benchrest is mentioned, many people think it means highly modified or tricked up (not to mention expensive) rifles. Whilst many have custom built rifles for some events, there are plenty of competitions in Hunter Class in which any magazine fed hunting rifle may be used. 4th Saturday of each month at 10am
Hunter Bench Rest
Contact Hugh Poate firstname.lastname@example.org
Shoots at 2pm on the fourth Saturday of each month
Big Game Rifle
Contact: Russell 0428 277 921 email@example.com
2nd Saturday of each month on the JMK Rifle Range at 1pm.
Black Powder Section
Contact: Rudy Schneider 0417 772 322 or firstname.lastname@example.org
This Section covers all firearms using black powder: pistol (muzzle-loading, cap-and-ball, and cartridge); rifle and shotgun (muzzle-loading and cartridge); and cannon. The competitions are conducted under SSAA Black Powder Rules. Black Powder shoots 1st and 3rd Sunday at 1pm
Black Powder Firearms Club
Contact: Steve Kelo 0402 499 223 or email@example.com
The other Black Powder Club on the SSAA ACT complex.
Canberra Air Rifle Club
Contact: Naomi Waters 0487 238 037 firstname.lastname@example.org
ISSF Air Rifle including ARAA competitions and events. Every Monday and Thursday night at the Air Gun Range from 6.30pm.
Contact: Josephine King 0424 292 115 email@example.com
Antique and collectible firearms.
Contact: Ian Jimmieson 0407 397 317 firstname.lastname@example.org website: www.actmfc.com The Military Firearms Club was formed to cater for the owners of military style firearms. Generally, no modification of firearms is allowed – they must be in “as issued” condition for major competitions – however legally modified firearms may be used at our regular club matches. If you are interested in military firearms – whether you are licensed or not – you are welcome at our club. Pistol 1st Sunday (TOB Range); Tactical Rifle 2nd Sunday (JMK Range); Trainer Rifle 3rd Sunday (Crater Range); Rifle 4th Sunday (JMK Range); all 1pm.
Federal 500 metre Fly Shoot
Contact: Alex Chryss 0450 812 639 email@example.com
This tests the ability of shooters to achieve accuracy with rifles at 500m. Five shots are fired at a paper target featuring a picture of a blowfly as the bullseye. The rifles used can weigh up to 50lbs, be up to .49 calibre and must have a safe self-contained trigger. Competitions held twice a year
Contact: Russell Cooper 0428 277 921 firstname.lastname@example.org
This discipline uses rimfire and centrefire rifles in positions encountered in the field, over distances ranging from 25 to 200m. Shooting positions include standing, sitting, prone. 3rd Saturday 9.30am
Contact: Kaye McIntyre 0409 113 835 email email@example.com
Conservation and Wildlife Management
Contact: Kaye McIntyre 0409 113 835 email firstname.lastname@example.org
NSW R Licences
Junior Development Section
Contact: Email the Juniors team at email@example.com or call Jim on 0419 615 551
This section operates to develop and encourage the sport of target shooting and to promote firearms safety awareness to young persons under 18 years of age. Qualified Ranges Officers supervising at all times. Beginners very welcome, club guns available. 1st and 3rd Sundays 8.45 to 11.45am
Contact: Colin Rees 0407 825 224 email firstname.lastname@example.org
Lever Action was originally for your standard “cowboy” gun, 30/30, 44/40 etc. If you have any magazine fed lever action rifle, rim or centre fire, standard open sights, come along to this section. TOB Range, 2nd Saturday 12 noon
Majura Pistol Club
Contact: Jo King 0424 292 115 email email@example.com
This club offers a variety of matches, Service Pistol, Field Pistol Silhouette, and SSAA Target Pistol. We shoot a combination of Saturdays and Sundays, there is something on each weekend.
We are located on the top ranges at the very top of the SSAA ACT Complex past the shotgun ranges. You can access the ranges by traveling past the SSAA ACT entrance and pass the Shotgun entrance and follow the road as it veers right, through the gate (that is open when we are on the range) which will lead you to a large green clubhouse, the ranges are in front of the clubhouse. If you are interested in pistol shooting please contact us for an information sheet. New members welcome.
Contact: Steve Blacker 0428 107 833 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Precision Rifle combines precision, positions, and movement to score points during a given time period. Precision Rifle competitors must move and shoot from several varying positions, on or over obstacles in unfamiliar situations whilst engaging steel targets of varying shapes and sizes. Courses of fire are made up of several stages that are dynamic in nature and are designed to test all aspects of a competitor’s equipment and marksmanship abilities. Matches are very practical in nature and many competitors have seen their skills develop in relation to real world successful hunting scenarios. Centrefire and Rimfirm matches. 2nd Saturday 9am Check out the facebook Group ‘Precision Rifle ACT’
Rifle Metallic Silhouette
Contact: Dave True 0423 043 663 email email@example.com
In this discipline steel targets in the shape of animals are knocked down. Ranges for centrefire are 200-500m; rimfire 40-100m. Shorter ranges for air rifle. All shooting is from the standing offhand position. It is challenging and lots of fun. 1st Saturday 10am
Single Action Shooting
Contact: Craig Tregear 0419 152 662 firstname.lastname@example.org
These shooters are cowboys in the true sense of the word. They use single-action revolvers, lever action rifles and side-by-side shotguns. Steel targets at varying distances are used. Many shooters wear traditional cowboy dress. 3rd Sunday at High Noon.
Shotgun- Majura Park Gun Club (clay target only)
Sporting Shooters Pistol Club
The SSPC conducts matches in all codes: Metallic Silhouette, Service, ISSF and Action Match. New shooters welcome, club pistols available to probationary license holders during weekly coaching sessions
Brad Lake, email email@example.com or 0407 532 275
Roger Leach, email firstname.lastname@example.org or 0418 641 346
Wayne Brown, email email@example.com or 0421 615 514
Luc Debaecker, email firstname.lastname@example.org or 0412 741 994