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NSDRA Mid Range Championship 2013

North Shore District Rifle Association Mid Range Championship 2013

Sponsored by Roseville, North Sydney, Hornsby RSL, Manly, Hornsby, Gosford and 18th Battalion Rifle Clubs

Sunday 3rd November 2013 at Hornsby Rifle Range

2+10 shots at 500, 600 and 700m

To be shot on the Hexta-2 electronic targets

Shooting commence at 09:00 hrs.

Entries open Sunday 08:30, close at 10:15

Come and practice with us Saturday afternoon 13:00 – 16:30

This Championship is open to all TR A, B and C Grade competitors, “F” Class Open and “F” Class Standard A and B competition, Military Bolt competition.

Entry Fee remains at $30 for all Grades.

Masters Match, Teams Match, Pairs match
Ladies, Veterans and School Shooter Trophies
Food and refreshments will be available

Aggregate Badges will be allocated in all Grades

Limited accommodation with hot showers available on range – book early

This Open Prize Meeting will be conducted under the Standard Shooting Rules 2013 and as amended/approved by NRAA. The committee reserves the right to vary the program and/or prize list if circumstances warrant

Prize Money will be allocated in proportion to the number of entries received.

Contact for further details:
Cathy Burnitt Hon Secretary 0418 248807
email : burnittcj@bigpond.com

RRC ACT Championships 14-18 November 2012

Mark Buchanan, Allan Humbert and Tim Walter shot in the RA Rolph lead up and were joined for the Queens by Jon Marriott.  Andrew and Angus Martin shot Day 2 and Day 3 of the Queens. R A Rolph Scores were as follows:

RA Rolph scores:
Day 1 300m 500m 600m Aggr.
Allan (F-class) 49.01 59.03 82.02 190.06
Mark (Full Bore) 49.04 48.04 74.05 171.13
Tim (Full Bore) 50.06 46.03 72.08 168.17
Day 2 600m 700m 800m Aggr. Total
Allan(F-class) 56.01 59.04 83.08 198.13 388.19
Mark (Full Bore) 50.08 49.05 72.07 171.20 342.33
Tim (Full Bore) 49.04 49.03 64.02 162.09 330.26


Tim came third and won a bronze medal with 50.6 at 300m on Day 1.  Mark came second and won a silver medal with 50.8 at 600m on Day 2.  Allan came third and won a bronze medal with 59.04 at 700 and followed up with second and a silver medal with 83.08 at 800m on Day 2. This gave Allan second place in the Day 2 Aggregate and another silver medal. Mark finished third in the Rolph Aggregate and won a bronze medal with 342.33, three points behind the winner, Helen Griffiths with 345.36.

 

Queens Day 1 and Day 2 scores:
Day 1 300m 500m 600m Aggr.
Allan (F-class) 58.00 57.01 54.02 169.03
Mark (Full Bore) 50.04 49.05 49.04 148.13
Tim (Full Bore) 47.03 49.03 48.05 144.11
Jon (Full Bore) 44.00 46.02 45.01 135.03
Day 2 700m 800m 800m >Aggr.
Allan(F-class) 60.05 57.03 54.01 171.09
Mark (Full Bore) 50.06 49.07 48.02 147.15
Andrew (Full Bore) 48.03 47.04 41.03 136.10
Jon (Full Bore) 49.05 48.04 49.0 146.14
Tim (Full Bore) 50.05 45.01 47.04 142.10
Angus (Full Bore) 42.02 44.01 39.00 125.03

No medals were won on Day 1, but Mark finished in 8th position, one point behind the leader, Jim Bailey, on 149.22.

Day 2 saw Angus Martin win the Gold medal in C Grade at the first 800m with a 44.01 and finishing 4th both at the second 800m and in the Day 2 Aggregate. In the Progressive Aggregate, Mark was now coming 8th, with 295.28 two points behind the leader, Geoffrey Grenfell. Allan was placed 7th in FC/S.

Queens Day 3 score:
Day 3 500m 600m Aggr. Total Aggr.
Allan(F-class) 54.02 52.01 106.03 446.15
Mark (Full Bore) 50.06 46.02 96.08 391.36
Andrew (Full Bore) 47.01 44.02 91.03
Jon (Full Bore) 45.04 47.04 92.08 373.25
Tim (Full Bore) 48.06 44.02 92.08 378.29
Angus (Full Bore) 38.01 42.01 80.02
 

Angus Martin was the only member to medal on Day 3 coming second to win the silver medal in C grade with 42.01 at 600m.

Mark need a 50.00 to win the Queens at the last range, however, after recording 5 bulls, his scorer gave him an incorrect 3 minute warning, when in fact, he had about 8 minutes remaining, and the next shot, fired in haste in tricky conditions, was an inner. Bad luck Mark!

Mark & Co

Next time…

Winners

Winners

Little did we know that Mark had in fact won the Target Rifle A Grade Grand Championship with 733.069! Mark was almost at Goulburn when your Captain rang to tell him the news, which gave me my only opportunity to collect a Grand Championship Gold medal and No 9 Queens Badge on Mark’s behalf!

Allan Humbert finished in a creditable 9th place in the F Class Standard Grand Championship with 834.34

It was very nice to see six members of Roseville competing in these Championships and doing so well. Conditions were not easy and it was a credit to Roseville shooters, who do not get much meaningful wind experience at Hornsby Range, to take on the challenge at Canberra range.

Allan seems to hit another gear when he travels away to a big competition and it was very pleasing to see Angus do so well in his first attendance at Canberra.

Mark was so close to a ride in the chair, but at least had the consolation of winning the Grand Championship.

Well done guys.

Tim Walter.

Captain.

NSDRA OPM Hornsby Rifle Range 4th Nov 2012

This years District prize meeting was a great success with 72 competitors competing on a warm and mostly sunny day. There were a few 50’s in A Grade in the first range 500m and Roseville’s Alex Marriott shot a 50.2 to take out C Grade. There were only 2 60’s in F Class and none in F Open.

600m was a bit different and certainly more challenging for all the shooters. The sun came out with vengeance the mirage boiled feverishly so much so you could see it through the open sights! There were no 50’s in either TR classes and only one 60 in F Class. Phill Hodder from Roseville took out A Grade with a 49.7.

At 700m things became more steady with the wind mostly staying steady from the right, those who grouped on the left of the bull had more luck as the wind tended to drop off rather than pick up. There were a handful of 50’s in A Grade and one in B Grade. Rob Trodden won his first range medal in an OPM with a 49.1 in C Grade, well done Rob. Roseville’s Allan Humbert came second in F Class with a 60.1.

It was decided not to shoot the Masters as time was getting on so it was down to the parade ground for the final presentation and cool drink.

Phill Hodder was lucky to get 5th place in A Grade, Alex Marriot took 2nd spot in C Grade by a centre and Allan Humbert was 3rd in FS A Grade.

It was a great day had by all and a huge thanks goes out to all who helped during the day to make it an enjoyable and well run event that our district should be proud of.

Place Competitor First Name Club Grade  500 m  600 m  700 m  Aggr.
1 Davies Duncan West Wallsend A 50.005 49.005 50.007 149.017
2 Jones Richard Manly A 50.007 49.003 50.006 149.016
3 Whitford Ken Marrickville A 50.006 49.005 50.005 149.016
4 Bailey Jim Holsworthy A 50.004 49.004 50.006 149.014
5 Hodder Phill Roseville A 50.002 49.007 49.006 148.015
6 Bunt Mark Katoomba A 50.006 49.004 49.002 148.012
7 Roberts Tim Gosford A 50.004 48.003 49.005 147.012
8 Kazakov Dmitri Roseville A 49.003 48.002 50.003 147.008
9 Martin James Roseville A 50.006 47.002 49.008 146.016
10 Marriott Jon Roseville A 49.006 48.004 49.004 146.014
11 Bailey Mitchell Holsworthy A 47.005 49.003 50.004 146.012
12 Ryan Lewis BHP A 49.002 47.001 49.008 145.011
13 Ballantyne Bill Hornsby RSL A 50.006 44.002 50.005 144.013
14 Roberts Grant Gosford A 48.003 48.001 47.002 143.006
15 Barry Bill Holsworthy A 49.001 44.001 49.004 142.006
16 Davies Alex West Wallsend A 48.002 47.004 46.005 141.011
17 Boyde Nic Mosman NB A 48.003 44.001 49.004 141.008
18 Martin Andrew Roseville A 49.005 47.001 44.003 140.009
19 Caple Doug Hornsby RSL A 48.004 47.003 45.001 140.008
20 Buchanan Mark Roseville A 50.006 49.004 DNS 99.010
1 Morony Terry Manly B 48.002 49.002 48.002 145.006
2 Rappo Laurie Hornsby RSL B 46.003 49.003 48.004 143.010
3 Schwebel Chris Holsworthy B 48.004 46.001 49.004 143.009
4 Roberts Gail Gosford B 48.005 47.002 47.003 142.010
5 Lucas Melbourne Coonabarabran B 46.004 41.000 50.003 137.007
1 Rawson-Harris Doug Hornsby C 47.004 48.004 48.001 143.009
2 Marriott Alex Roseville C 50.002 47.003 46.003 143.008
3 Stevenson Rob North Sydney C 47.001 47.004 45.004 139.009
4 Cockle Jeremy North Sydney C 44.000 46.001 49.003 139.004
5 Trodden Robert Roseville C 46.002 43.003 49.001 138.006
6 Allman Peter Hornsby C 48.002 44.002 44.002 136.006
7 Hannaford Peter Hornsby RSL C 46.004 46.002 42.001 134.007
8 Rodgers David Hornsby C 45.003 42.000 45.003 132.006
9 Moore Daniel Katoomba C 44.000 47.002 41.004 132.006
10 Martin Angus Roseville C 43.001 42.001 45.002 130.004
11 Schoevers Bob Katoomba C 41.002 43.001 40.002 124.005
12 McInerney Brian Concord C 39.002 40.000 40.002 119.004
1 Peters John Cessnock FA 58.005 60.003 59.007 177.015
2 Bridges David Bankstown/Chatswood FA 60.005 54.002 60.002 174.009
3 Humbert Alan Roseville FA 56.002 58.006 60.001 174.009
4 Beavis Andrew North Sydney FA 58.006 55.003 59.005 172.014
5 Fassilis Anthony Bankstown/Chatswood FA 58.005 57.003 57.003 172.011
6 Johnstone Peter Marrickville FA 56.002 58.003 57.001 171.006
7 Smith Dennis Gosford FA 56.003 56.004 57.006 169.013
8 Bowyer-Tagg Alan Hornsby RSL FA 54.002 52.001 57.002 163.005
9 Harvey Robert Marrickville FA 53.001 51.002 51.000 155.003
1 Vivian-Jones David Concord FB 60.006 53.000 58.002 171.008
2 Smith Heather Hornsby RSL FB 58.005 52.002 59.001 169.008
3 Forbes Alan Concord FB 56.002 57.002 55.001 168.005
4 Bridges Ilona Bankstown/Chatswood FB 57.004 53.002 56.002 166.008
5 Norrgard Vern Hornsby RSL FB 57.002 58.002 51.003 166.007
6 Cuthbert Barrie North Sydney FB 52.001 47.000 59.006 158.007
7 Talman Ben Port Jackson FB 56.004 53.003 47.002 156.009
8 Debattista Joseph Bankstown/Chatswood FB 52.000 45.000 51.001 148.001
9 Ellis Kim 18th Bn FB 57.003 49.000 40.000 146.003
10 Radford Andrew 18th Bn FB 47.000 43.000 49.000 139.000
11 Mak Owen Hornsby RSL FB 42.000 42.001 51.002 135.003
12 Kelly John 18th Bn FB 48.002 43.000 33.000 124.002
13 Fenton Ron Hornsby FB 55.002 54.001 Ret 109.003
1 Algie Will Cessnock FO 57.005 59.002 60.003 176.010
2 Ferrara Ben North Sydney FO 59.007 58.004 58.007 175.018
3 Helm Michael Kiama/Albion Park FO 58.006 58.005 58.004 174.015
4 Henry Michael Rail & Tram FO 57.005 57.002 59.004 173.011
5 Paroz Matt North Sydney FO 59.003 56.002 57.005 172.010
6 Rigby Steve Rail & Tram FO 57.003 57.003 57.005 171.011
7 Brown Paul North Sydney FO 56.001 56.003 58.004 170.008
8 Reynolds Lewis Cessnock FO 54.004 55.003 60.005 169.012
9 Rigby Alison Rail & Tram FO 51.001 57.003 56.004 164.008
1 Laurenson Bill 18th Bn MB 39.000 36.001 40.002 115.003
2 Ireland Bede 18th Bn MB 35.000 37.000 41.001 113.001
3 Daniel Bill RAE MB 42.000 26.000 29.001 97.001
4 Evans Chris 18th Bn MB 12.000 15.000 22.000 49.000

Blast from the past for two Roseville members

Tim Walter and Ian Palmer reminisce

 

“I took a photo of this old photo at Mudgee this weekend.

It shows Graeme Berman being chaired by his club mates after winning  A Grade in 1970.

On the left, from back, Tim Walter, Tony McGuigan, Andrew Powell, Ian Palmer, Ken lee.

Right from back Bert Pride, John Moore, Rod Evans, Peter Berman (little boy).

Interestingly, Andrew Powell, one of the great shooters, was once a Roseville member too.

So we have 3 Roseville, or former Roseville members, in this almost 42 year old photo.

I was 20 years old then!”

 

Tim Walter

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year for 2012

Dear Friends,

It is the time of year where many people relax, and try to forget about everything and celebrate the holidays.
 
Roseville Rifle Club want to take this opportunity to wish everyone good health, happiness and great achievements in the coming year.

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all!!!

NSDRA OPM Hornsby Rifle Range 6th Nov 2011

65 competitors signed in to compete in this years NSDRA Open Prize Meeting. The morning started off overcast, but this soon burnt off and become sunny and hot by starting time. Shade tents were at the ready as shooting commenced in earnest at 9am.

Hornsby 500m mound

 

Six 50’s were scored at 500m in A Grade, the best being John Krill from Mosman Neutral Bay with 50.6. Phill Hodder from Roseville shot a 49.5 to win the range in B Grade, C Grade was won with a great score of 50.6 by Robert Stevenson from Nth Sydney. In F Class Std Dennis Smith from Gosford won that range with a 60.6. Rod Davies from Cessnock shot a 60.4 in F Open to win that distance.

At 600m conditions must have been a bit tougher as only 4 50’s were recorded over all the grades and no 60’s in F Class. First in A Grade was Dmitri Kazakov from Roseville with a 50.6. James Martin also from Roseville shot brilliantly in B Grade with a 50.7.   Robert Stevenson from Nth Sydney shot well again in C Grade with a 48.1. In F Std John Peters won that range with a 58.4. F Class Open was won by Ben Ferrara from Nth Sydney with a score of 59.3.

Lunch was served in Nth Sydney’s clubhouse with cold drinks sausage sangers, salad, cakes and slices on offer. The temperature was still hot so a decision was made to erect the shade tents over the mounds. After they were put up some looked to the sky and decided they would be better served as protection from the rain, which was fast approaching.

700m was going to make or break competitors in the final shoot. With the storm coming fast those who shot early had some good conditions, those in the middle got some what wet and those shooting last got a shooting gallery.

A Grader Peter Theobald from Nth Sydney shot very well with a 50.7 to win that range. Phill Hodder from Roseville won in B Grade also with a 50.7. Gail Roberts from Gosford shot a wonderful 50.3 in C Grade to dominate that range. Stephen Hart from Rail and Tram was first in F Std with a 59.5 F Open was won in fine for by Rod Davies with a near perfect 60.8.

After the results were calculated the top 8 TR shooters regardless of grade shot off in the Masters Competition, another 10 shot match at 700m. Mark Buchanan from Roseville came home triumphant with a 50.8 followed closely by Josh Gordon from Nth Sydney with 50.7.

Mark Buchanan winner of the Masters

Dmitri Kazakov, A Grade Winner, Raffle, Lucky Bull, Pairs Match Winner

The final top 3 placings of all grades are:
A Grade: Dmitri Kazakov, Roseville 149.18, Richard Jones, Manly 149.17, Peter Theobald, Nth Sydney 149.16.

James Martin, B Grade Winner

Gail Roberts, C Grade Winner

John Peters F Class Std Winner

B Grade: James Martin, Roseville 149.14, Phill Hodder, Roseville 148.15, Grant Roberts, Gosford 144.12.

C Grade: Gail Roberts, Gosford 142.10, William Fu, Nth Sydney 142.10,  Robert Stevenson, Nth Sydney 141.10.

F Class Std: John Peters, Cessnock 174.14, Dennis Smith, Gosford 172.12, David Vivian-Jones Alpine 172.11.

F Class Open: Rod Davies, Cessnock 178.14, Lewis Reynolds, Cessnock 175.11, Ben Ferrara, Nth Sydney174.11

Rod Davies, F Class Open Winner with Hornsby Mayor Nick Berman

A big thank you to Hornsby Mayor Nick Berman for coming and participating in the presentation and also a huge thanks to his wife and daughter who also helped.

 

 

All results listed below, more photos please see the Photo album link.

Photos and text: Phill Hodder

NORTH SHORE DISTRICT RIFLE ASSOCINC
PRIZE MEETING NOVEMBER 2011
Aggregate – Match 4
Competitor First Name Club Grade  Rng 1  Rng 2  Rng 3  Aggregate
Kazakov Dmitri Roseville A     49.006      50.006      50.006     149.018
Jones Richard Manly A     49.007      50.004      50.006     149.017
Theobald Peter Nth Sydney A     50.004      49.005      50.007     149.016
Ballantyne Bill Hornsby RSL A     50.006      49.006      48.005     147.017
Gordon Josh Lyndhurst A     48.004      49.004      50.007     147.015
Buchanan Mark Roseville A     49.004      48.004      50.004     147.012
Leckie Hugh Nth Sydney A     48.007      48.002      50.002     146.011
Roberts Tim Gosford A     49.006      49.003      48.001     146.010
Waters David Katoomba A     49.005      50.005      46.003     145.013
Jones Evan Manly A     50.004      46.004      49.004     145.012
Parkins Brendan Kempsey A     50.003      46.002      49.006     145.011
McDougall Alastair D Nth Sydney A     47.001      48.002      49.004     144.007
Bright Graeme Bathurst A     47.005      47.004      49.006     143.015
Kril John MNB A     50.006      44.005      47.006     141.017
Martin Andrew Roseville A     50.004      45.001      45.001     140.006
White Barry Wingham A     48.006      42.002      49.007     139.015
Walter Tim Roseville A     49.005      44.000      45.002     138.007
Caple Doug Hornsby RSL A     47.003      39.001      46.001     132.005
Halnan Clive Roseville A     49.006      46.002               –       95.008
Competitor First Name Club Grade  Rng 1  Rng 2  Rng 3  Aggregate
Guest Mark Alpine OC     26.000      46.004      50.004     122.008
Competitor First Name Club Grade  Rng 1  Rng 2  Rng 3  Aggregate
Martin James Roseville B     49.002      50.007      50.005     149.014
Hodder Phill Roseville B     49.005      49.003      50.007     148.015
Roberts Grant Gosford B     47.004      47.003      50.005     144.012
Riley Alan Katoomba B     47.002      49.006      48.004     144.012
Wheeler Lachlan Manly B     46.003      49.005      48.006     143.014
Gregorio Fernando Roseville B     47.004      48.005      47.004     142.013
Maguire John West Wallsend B     48.002      48.002      46.001     142.005
Wooton Gary Katoomba B     46.003      47.003      47.003     140.009
Trevathen Ian Yorkshire B     46.002      44.003      49.002     139.007
Competitor First Name Club Grade  Rng 1  Rng 2  Rng 3  Aggregate
Roberts Gail Gosford C     47.003      45.004      50.003     142.010
Fu William Nth Sydney C     47.004      46.004      49.002     142.010
Stevenson Robert Nth Sydney C     50.006      48.001      43.003     141.010
Muffett Kevin Aberdeen C     46.002      46.003      48.004     140.009
Bartlett Robert Wingham C     43.000      46.002      48.003     137.005
Kilby Marcus Manly C     47.000      44.001      46.003     137.004
Jones Rex Alpine C     46.001      43.000      47.004     136.005
Hannaford Peter Hornsby RSL C     44.000      43.002      47.004     134.006
Van Soest Roland Hornsby RSL C     42.001      41.002      46.003     129.006
Way Stephen Alpine C     31.000      24.001      45.002     100.003
Competitor First Name Club Grade  Rng 1  Rng 2  Rng 3  Aggregate
Ireland Bede 18th Btn MB     35.002      24.000      28.000       87.002
Bell Andrew 18th Btn MB     30.000      15.000      11.000       56.000
Competitor First Name Club Grade  Rng 1  Rng 2  Rng 3  Aggregate
Davies Rod Cessnock FO     60.004      58.002      60.008     178.014
Reynolds Lewis Cessnock FO     58.004      58.002      59.005     175.011
Ferrara Ben Nth Sydney FO     59.005      59.003      56.003     174.011
Rigby Steve Rail & Tram FO     58.003      55.000      59.003     172.006
Brown Paul Nth Sydney FO     58.002      55.001      58.002     171.005
Bowyer-Tagg Alan Hornsby RSL FO     56.002      57.001      56.002     169.005
Henry Michael Rail & Tram FO     52.001      54.001      51.001     157.003
Blewitt Jamie Cessnock FO     53.000      43.000      57.004     153.004
Competitor First Name Club Grade  Rng 1  Rng 2  Rng 3  Aggregate
Peters John Cessnock FS     59.006      58.004      57.004     174.014
Smith Dennis Gosford FS     60.006      56.003      56.003     172.012
Vivian-Jones David Alpine FS     60.006      54.003      58.002     172.011
Seaman Alan West Wallsend FS     58.006      52.001      59.004     169.011
Rigby Chris Gosford FS     58.002      54.004      56.003     168.009
Beavis Andrew Hornsby FS     55.001      56.002      56.002     167.005
Paroz Matt Nth Sydney FS     57.003      52.000      58.001     167.004
Hart Stephen Rail & Tram FS     54.003      52.000      59.005     165.008
Martin Rochelle Roseville FS     55.002      55.003      55.002     165.007
Moss Michael Hornsby FS     53.002      49.000      56.003     158.005
Duff Paul Hornsby RSL FS     53.002      50.002      55.001     158.005
Smith Heather Hornsby RSL FS     52.002      53.001      52.000     157.003
Fenton Ron Hornsby FS              –      53.001      58.002     111.003
Gregg Daniel 18th Btn FS     44.000      30.000  N/A       74.000

 

Gosford District Rifle club Annual open Prize Meeting 2011

The day started foggy and muggy. While driving to Gosford I passed through some very heavy fog. This was not very promising. However the road was empty and I arrived at Gosford Rifle Range half-an hour earlier than I expected, so I was able to enjoy the beautiful view to the National Park valley.

Unfortunately from Roseville RC only Fernando and I were able to attend this event. However I noticed many other North Shore District shooters from other clubs.

I spent some time talking to a few people and finding out that some local shooters do not like Target No1 and prefer Target No7 as it is above the valley and less affected by side wind. Target No 1 however is very close to the slope and wind can not only be left-right, but also may have a vertical effect. I have not used my scope for almost a year while shooting on the electronic targets at the wind-protected Hornsby range, so I sat for a while with my scope watching the wind flags and trying to remember how to use the scope and correlate the mirage with the flags.

The competition was opened by Wayne Bunting and Dennis Smith.

Then target numbers were drawn and I was lucky to shoot my first stage on Target 3, which is 2 targets away from scary Target 1. I finished the 1st stage with 50.6, however the draw for the second stage put me on Target 1.

The wind was consistent and I was able to shoot my second stage with 50.4.

At the third draw I was again given Target 3 and managed to shoot a very good result of 75.8.

Michael Green form Kambalda (WA) was shooting with me and managed to get an unbelievable result 75.12!!!

 

The competition was very well organized. The only confusion I had was, as I haven’t participated in such an event before I did not put my number on the score card. When the target was drawn and announced I did not know what target I was on. The range Officer kindly helped to rectify my confusion and competition started.

 

 

The weather was unstable and twice the shooting was interrupted by heavy rain. Shooters were given optional sighters.

I would like to specifically mention Gosford’s markers! They were unbelievably quick and reliable. There were only a few times that the Range Office called to examine a target. On my last shot on the last stage, when I removed the bolt from my rifle, I missed the target being pulled, marked and lifted up again. Knowing my habit to fire my last shot onto the wrong target, I was really afraid when I was watching and waiting for the target to go down, but it does not. However the check scorer reassures me that everything is alright and I was lucky to get 75.8 on the last stage.

Fernando Gregorio was very disappointed with his results which actually were very good as he took 3rd place in B grade with the aggregate result of 169.12 and won a medal.

It was a really great event with a lot of friendly people around and I want to thank my Club and everyone who supported me in my first Championship outside our range.

D Kazakov

Roseville Rifle Club new website

Dear Members and Visitors

We would like to introduce the new website, which is also based on the new hosting.

Apart from the new format/look there is a forum available where Roseville members can register then log in and have access to discuss and comment about current club and other matters.

Unregistered users can see all the website except the forum.

Registered user can see forum except Club Member internal forum, which is accessible by Club Members only.

Users can submit the request to be registered on the website and then will be approved by administrator.

All posts and comment to the posts are approved by administrators and moderators.

The policies are flexible and can be changed.

Please feel free to add comments about any issue you think needs discussing or informing other members.

Any questions please don’t hesitate contacting Phill or any of the Club Committee.

Important anouncement from HEX Systems Pty LTD

Sundays Doug King Masters Invitational Shoot using HEXTA-001 electronic targets

HEX Systems Pty Ltd had the following announcement on their website:

HEX Systems Pty Ltd is proud to announce that at 9am on this Sunday, 26th June 2011 at Hornsby Rifle Range, Hornsby Rifle Club will host the Doug King Masters Invitational Shoot using HEXTA-001 electronic targets. This will be the world’s first shooting competition in which the results are automatically published and available for viewing online, world-wide, live and in real time!
Please stay tuned! The link will be announced on HEX Systems website (http://www.hexsystems.com.au) on Saturday.
Note: You will need to use only FireFox or Google Chrome browsers as it does not work with Internet Explorer yet.

HEX Systems Pty Ltd website is hosted by USA corporation IXwebhosting

Today at about 5pm IXwebhostic published an announcement which states that their web server web403 is down. They can not give an indication as to when it would be restored. (see announcement and progress)

This problem will not affect the functioning of the electronic targets on the range. All spectators monitors, which will be connected on the range will not be affected. Read the rest of this entry »

The Champion of Champions Shoot 2011

The Champion of Champions shoot was shot on 4th June in near perfect conditions on a clear and sunny afternoon. The wind only came up slightly in the last 2 ranges.

Mathew did an outstanding job in F Class and scored two 60 possibles at 500 and 700m to finish with 232.12. This is the first time Matt has shot a 60, a great achievement. He was narrowly beaten by Dennis Smith from Gosford RC with 236.18.

Alex did very well also, shooting 182.8, to come second in the juniors behind Evan Jones. Alex has only recently started using a new rifle and he has showed some early promise with it, good luck Alex for next year.

2010-2011 Season Final results: Full Bore

Title: Full Bore 2011 final results

2010-2011 Season Final results: F-Class

Title: F-Class 2011 final results

Online results section is implemented on the Web Site

From today the Roseville Rifle club shooters will be able to see and print the shooting session online.

Currently the system is being tested with the Internet Explorer, Firefox and Google Chrome. The HEX Systems Engineers have been working to achieve the compatibility with Opera web browsers.

The page is very familiar to the shooters using the HEXTA-001 electronic targets terminals, which are working in the slave (scorer/spectator) mode. In this mode they can switch online between the targets (button “Target”) and between the current and the previous sessions (“Back” and “Forward” buttons).

“Zoom” button allows to zoom the scoring sheet in exactly the same way as on the range terminals. A user using touch screen devices can use the screen buttons to control the scoring system.

Members can print out these scoring sheets using their browser’s built in print function.

Roseville shooting Australian made Electronic Targets

Roseville is shooting the first commercially available eTargets HEXTA-001
Designed and Manufactured in Australia by HEX Systems Pty Ltd

 

Mark almost breaks Canberra jinx

Five Roseville shooters attended the Canberra Queens Prize held over 19 to 21 November 2010. Mark Buchanan also shot the RA Rolph Aggregate lead up shoot.

Mark won Day 1 of the Rolph Aggregate with a possible 200.24 winning the final 600m match with 50.8 in the process. Mark scored 147.19 on Day 2 coming second at 700 metres with another 50.8, but dropping 2 points at 800 metres to finish second in the Rolph Aggregate with 347.43 to Spencer Dunstall on 348.40.

Results of the Queens Prize were as follows.

Mark Buchanan.
First Stage
300 50.8 4th
500 50.9 1st
600 50.5 3rd 150.22. Winner of the First Stage.
Second Stage
700 50.9 3rd
800 50.5 11th
800 47.4 65th 147.18 27th
Third Stage
500 50.8 9th
600 50.6 8th 100.14 3rd
Queens Aggregate 397.54 5th.

Rolph Aggregate 347.43 2nd

Grand Aggregate 744.97 2nd

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