Alpine in Action

A brief intro. For large view, see YouTube link.

WHAT’S ON

Click to download the latest CLUB NEWSLETTER, updated every Friday.

Weather forecast

Saturday, October 1
ANZAC, MALABAR
Service Range
9.20–12:
100M PR
1–3: 300M practice w/ MRCA
Fullbore Range
1–3.30:
600M MDRA
Horseshoe Range
1–4:
Serv/action pistol
1–2: 50M rimfire rifle

Sunday, October 2
18TH BN MRC, HORNSBY
9–4: 200M Diggers Day
(Alpine members only).

Saturday, October 8
ANZAC, MALABAR
Service Range
9.20–12:
100M PR
1–3: 300M scopes w/ MRCA
Fullbore Range
1–3.30:
300M MDRA
Horseshoe Range
1–4:
Serv/action pistol
1–2: 50M rimfire rifle

To receive the newsletter by email, please email mark [at] markguest.com and type “Alpine newsletter please” in the subject header. If you don’t have a firearms licence, you may attend events marked “P650s OK” by prior arrangement; details here. Licensed members of other clubs are welcome to compete or plink; just let us know you are coming. Please come to Anzac Service Range (see map) no later than 9.20 a.m. Alpine members may also shoot with MRCA; 18th Bn MRC, or at SISC, Cecil Park.

Alpine has it all:

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a single shooting club at an outdoor range

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with rifle, pistol, shotgun shooting AND hunting

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a full day of competition on Saturdays at Malabar

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range access 7 days a week at Cecil Park, and

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a membership fee tailored to your needs and budget.

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WHERE: We shoot at the historic Anzac Rifle Range at Malabar, and at the Sydney International Shooting Centre, Cecil Park. Alpine members are also welcome to shoot as guests with affiliated clubs.

WHEN: Every Saturday, from 9.20AM to 5PM. There are several events at Anzac Range throughout the day, including centrefire, rimfire and pistol. Licensed visitors are welcome to join us, and P650 shooters may join selected events; for details, see our Calendar (sidebar). We also hold shotgun events at SISC, and members have seven-day access to SISC’s indoor ranges.

Hunting trips are open to members only.

HOW easy is it to join? If you don’t have a firearms licence, you can shoot with us under supervision via P650 form and complete your safe-handling tests and other paperwork at the club. Click on the Rifle or Pistol tab above for full details of what to do before your first shoot.

WHY try it? Shooting is fun and endlessly challenging, and our members think that the more kinds of shooting you do, the better you get at all of them!

Get it ALL with ALPINE.

We aim to be Sydney’s best.