Limited numbers, high demand, book now for Safety course Sunday 20th June – click link below.
The club will be running a Come and Try morning Saturday 15th May (we are participating in Shooting Australia’s National come and try event). We will run this from 400 meters with a 10am start using club rifles and ammunition with an entry fee of $50. Register attendance via the following link: Ipswich and District Rifle Club | National Shooting (comeandtrymay.com
There will be no shoot at Ripley during the Easter break.
The next shoot will be Saturday 10th April: Rim-fire starting at 9:00 am followed by Full-bore at 500 metres at 1:00 pm.
We look forward to seeing you all on the range then.
IDRC would like to thank all of its supporters and participants for an incredible 2020. The club competition will take a break during December and January. If you have an enquiry please don’t hesitate to contact us via e-mail. We will endeavor to get back to you when we can, but do be mindful that our volunteers may be busy enjoying the break until club activities resume in February. We sincerely hope you all enjoy a safe, happy holiday season and join us again in early February of 2021.
Belmont is set to host the first ever QRA Sporter Hunter Match, December 20. To be involved you must book your spot. For details and how to book follow the link below.
Ipswich and District Rifle Club was lucky enough to feature in the Shooting Australia Awards of Excellence again this year. In what has been a year full of challenges we received acknowledgement for the Club improvements category of the Shooting Australia Awards of Excellence Community Initiatives.
Follow the link below to see a replay of the Shooting Australia Awards of Excellence Ceremony which was hosted digitally for the first time this year.
Keep an eye out at the 33 minute mark for the Ipswich and District Rifle Club feature.