The QRA Queens for 2019 turned out to be a to be a formidable challenge for many. While weather was glorious the wind particularly at the longer ranges proved to be quite a challenge. There were 8 Ipswich Rifles in attendance. All battled the conditions admirably. The stand out performer for the club however was Glenn Rush who placed 3rd in FSA. Follow the link for a full list of results.
The below photos from the event were provided by Glenn.
Tech savvy QRA organised a live leaderboard on the range
Spot the Wallaby at 900yds
so thats what 8 Minutes of wind looks like at 1000yds...
Major Naozo Kamayama of Japan treats the QRA crowd to a performance of the Australian and Japanese National anthems, President of Master Rifleshooters Association of Japan Yoshihito Sakakibara also in attendance
The Indonesian Rifle Team
Some outstanding performances this year from Ipswich Shooters on what was a glorious day at the Brisbane OPM. Click the link below for a full list of results.
Photos of the Ipswich winners below supplied by Brian.
A ripper of a weekend!
36 For the sweepstakes
25 for dinner
77 for Sunday
25 club members
Whats left to say.. Thanks IDRC and supporters.
Click the link below for a full list of results
Ipswich & District Rifle Club is gearing up for massive weekend with our OPM set to take place from lunchtime tomorrow. The two day event will signify celebrations of 160 years of rifle club history in Ipswich. We hope to see you there.
Please remember there is a small detour through the providence estate while bridge repairs take place on Ripley road. Simply follow the detour signs and you will find your way back on Ripley Rd.
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A reminder that the sporter class shoot that was scheduled for Sunday the 7th of July has been rescheduled for next Saturday afternoon the 13th after the regular club activities.
Limited numbers, high demand, book now for Safety course Sunday 25th August – click link below.
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