Bathurst 2017 Invitational cup results
Congratulations To Team Orange which has taken out the 2017 Invitational cup
and a big thanks for the Team from Lithgow and Bathurst who participated and helped out.
10m Air pistol
- 549 - J. Langlands (Lithgow)
- 530 - D. Newland (Bathurst)
- 529 - T. King (Bathurst)
- 526 - L. Cowling (Orange)
- 521 - G. Welsh (Lithgow)
25m Centre Fire/Sport
- 555 - L. Cowling (Orange)
- 551 - J. Langlands (Lithgow)
- 516 - T. King (Bathurst)
- 515 - K. Picker (Bathurst)
- 514 - G. Welsh (Lithgow)
- 540 - J. Langlands (Lithgow)
- 525 - L. Cowling (Orange)
- 513 - K. Picker (Bathurst)
- 502 - P. Adams (Orange)
- 496 - D. Newland (Bathurst)
Winners of the club championship raffle draw 2017
Congratulations to you guys
2017 Annual Club Championship
Starting from 25th July and going through till October 31st the Annual Club championships will be held, this is where you can participate in all the ISSF matches which include the following;
- 25m Standard Pistol
- 25m Centre fire / sport
- 25m Rapid fire
- 10m Air Pistol
- 50m Free Pistol
- Service Pistol
- 50m Bench rest Rifle
To enter the championship fees are $5.00 per match which gives you the chance to win prizes during this time. otherwise normal fees for not participating for which matches you choose....the choice is yours!
Make sure you fill out the attendance book as well as the championship sheet if participating to make sure your in the draw.
Also check out the new calendar during the championship which are on the match times and members area page on the website as well as the Bathurst Pistol Club Facebook Page.
Any question you have please feel free to ask the club captain.
Annual General Meeting will be held on Saturday the19th November 2016 at 5:00pm
our regular shoot will still be on
On the same evening we will be having our annual BBQ and presentation so please try and get along, please let a committee member know if you intend coming for catering purposes.
2016 Club Championships CLOSED
There will be a club championship held over the months of August and September and will be off handicap. With the competition being held over a 2 month period the more you shoot the better chance you have of shooting a good score for your grade and handicap.
This year’s competition will cover air pistol, standard, centre fire sports and for the first time service pistol and .22 bench rest rifle will also be included given the recent popularity of these new matches.
The committee would love to see as many members as possible attend these matches and compete for some of the prizes on offer so please keep some match times free and ensure you get along to compete.
Remember it doesn’t matter at what grade or level that you shoot at as all scores will be off handicap so everyone has a chance to compete on an even field.
News and Results
Prof. Ross Grantham of The University of Queensland says that registered firearm numbers aren't an issue:
"If you think of golfers for example," he said.
"When they go out on the course they will take however many clubs in a bag they need to perform different things.
"It's the same for shooters, you might have a .22 rifle for one thing then a pistol for Olympic style pistol matches and you might have a different weapon for practical shooting matches.
"It's not unreasonable to think that a person might have four per licence."
Outside sporting shooters, there are also people who keep weapons for other reasons.
"There's a lot of heirloom firearms out there, and people tend not to sell firearms," he said.
"Selling them isn't entirely straightforward because of the way the deals have to be brokered through police."
David Shoebridge, take note before your next "Too Many Guns" fear campaign with Gun Control Australia.
Today I swung my front door wide open and placed my Pistol right in the doorway. I set 5 ammunition cartridges right next to it. Noticing it had no legs of its’ own, I even placed it in my wheelchair to help it get around. I then left it alone and went about my business.
While I was gone, the mailman delivered my mail, the neighbor boy across the street mowed the yard, a girl walked her dog down the street, and quite a few cars stopped at the stop sign right in front of our house. After about an hour, I checked on the gun. It was still sitting there in the wheelchair, right where I had left it. It hadn’t rolled itself outside. It certainly hadn’t killed anyone, even with the numerous opportunities it had been presented to do so. In fact, it hadn’t even loaded itself.
Well you can imagine my surprise, with all the media hype about how dangerous guns are and how they kill people. Either the media is wrong, and it’s the misuse of guns by PEOPLE that kills people, or I’m in possession of the laziest gun in the world.
Alright, well, I’m off to check on my spoons. I hear they’re making people fat.
10m Men's air pistol D grade - 5th place
25m Standard D grade - 13th place
25m Sport Pistol - 1st place
25m Rapid Fire - 5th place
Hubertus Pistol club - CMPC Autumn Frolic 2016
10m women's air pistol D grade - 1st place
10m Men's air Pistol C grade - 8th place
Wagga Wagga Pistol club - Murrumbidgee Valley ISSF Open 2016
10m women's air pistol D grade - 4th
25m Standard D grade - 4th
10m Men's air pistol C grade - 7th
25m Rapid Fire D grade - 7th
25m Centre Fire D grade - 13th
Hubertus Pistol club - CMPC Winter Frolic 2016
10m Men's air pistol C grade - 6th
Australia Cup 3 2016
10m Men's air pistol - 11th
dubbowestern plains championship 2016
10m women's air pistol D grade - 1st
25m Standard D grade - 7th
10m Men's air pistol C grade - 4th
25m Rapid Fire D grade - TBA
ORANge & district central western championships 2016
10m women's air pistol D grade - 2nd
25m Standard D grade - 8th
10m Men's air pistol C grade - 2nd
25m Rapid Fire D grade - 4th