Try Shooting

COVID-19 UPDATE

We are able to accept Try Shooting Bookings at this time.  However due to COVID-19 related restrictions
all social distancing requirements and safety considerations must be observed

“Never be afraid to try something new. Remember amateurs built the ark. Professionals built the Titanic”

Enjoy a day out
at the Range

Many people join us through friends who are already members, but you can join us simply because you are interested in firearms or are looking for a new fun and exciting sport. Anyone is welcome to come and visit us. Start by sending us an email or call one of the members and make arrangements to visit the Club.

Are you eligible for try shooting ?

Try shooting is a great way to get started in the sport but there are some eligibility requirements that all persons must meet before they can participate. These requirements are mandated through firearms legislation and regulation and are monitored by the NSW Police.

To participate in Try Shooting activities anywhere within NSW you must be over 12 year of age and be able to answer NO to ALL of the questions below.

Have you in NSW or elsewhere:

Within the last 10 years been the subject of a Family Law or Domestic Violence Order or an
Apprehended Violence Order (other than an order that was revoked)?

Been refused or prohibited from holding a firearms licence or permit or had a firearms licence or permit suspended, cancelled or revoked?

Currently suffering from any mental illness or other disorder that may prevent you from using a firearm safely?

Within the last 10 years been convicted of an offence involving firearms, weapons, prohibited drugs, robbery, violence, terrorism or an offence of a sexual nature?

Been the subject of a Firearms Prohibition Order?

Ever attempted suicide or self harm?

Currently subject to a Good Behaviour Bond?

Currently subject to an Interim Apprehended Violence Order?

In the past 12 months been treated or referred for treatment for alcoholism, drug dependence or a mental illness within the meaning of the Mental Health Act 2007 or as a mentally disordered person within the meaning of that Act?

On the day

You will start the day by completing the NSW Police Declaration – Person shooting on an Approved Range or undertaking a Firearms Safety Training Course form. This is more commonly known as the P650 form. After this you will watch a short introductory video on shooting and the safety requirements before completing this written Safety Exam and Assessment.

You will be required to show Photo Identification on the day or original Birth Certificate for minors. Please note that Guardians will also be required to show Photo ID even if they are not participating in any Try Shooting activities. 

Make a booking now

If you meet the eligibility criteria then why not make a booking below.

PLEASE NOTE: Bookings are currently enabled unless there are more COVID-19 related restrictions.

air pistol

$52

per person

  • Use of .177 calibre air pistol
  • 100 air pistol pellets
  • Use of hearing and eye protection
  • All targets
  • Held Wednesday Evenings
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live fire

$52

per person

  • Use of .22 calibre firearm
  • 50 rounds .22LR ammunition
  • Use of hearing and eye protection
  • All targets
  • Held Sundays starting at 9am
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