Sport shooting in south east Melbourne

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Sport shooting in south east Melbourne

Post by marcussaw » 11 Sep 2018, 11:35 am

Hi all,

I took my stepson a few times to a range (Springvale) as he said he would be interested in doing it as a sport (.22 rifle). He still is interested and he is really hooked about doing it.
I printed off all the information to do the safety course and apply for a license for the both of us. But where do I go from there a club anybody would recommend?
We live in Carrum Downs and the only club close by was in Lang Warren unfortunately i haven't been able to get in contact with them.
Or would it be better to join Springvale as a member?

Hopefully somebody can advice me in this.
Thank you!
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Re: Sport shooting in south east Melbourne

Post by sungazer » 11 Sep 2018, 4:50 pm

Contact Contact details
PO Box 252
Seaford Victoria 3198
Phone 04195 04197
email: Info@ammunitiongalore.com.au
He is a small bore shooter and can give you all the info a really nice guy and good ammo prices. part time business so be patient. I think there is a range in Frankstone
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Re: Sport shooting in south east Melbourne

Post by sungazer » 11 Sep 2018, 5:20 pm

Contact Contact details
PO Box 252
Seaford Victoria 3198
Phone 04195 04197
email: Info@ammunitiongalore.com.au
He is a small bore shooter and can give you all the info a really nice guy and good ammo prices. part time business so be patient. I think there is a range in Frankstone

Frankston Target rifle club
http://www.fptrc.org.au

Target Rifle Victoria
Target Rifle Victoria also known as T.R.V is the governing body for Target small-bore and air rifle shooting in Victoria.
http://www.trv.org.au/

Melbourne International Shooting Club offers both smallbore rifle and pistol shooting
at 10m indoors 25m and 50m Outdoors. Visit thier Web site for more information.......
http://www.melbourneinternational.org.au/
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Re: Sport shooting in south east Melbourne

Post by marcussaw » 11 Sep 2018, 7:02 pm

Thnx all for the links and info
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Re: Sport shooting in south east Melbourne

Post by Sarco » 12 Sep 2018, 10:30 pm

SSAA membership gives "club" requirements for licensing, and makes you a member at Springvale for small bore requirements. However then you can choose to join one of the various clubs based at Springvale if you choose to do so. You can of course, then access any SSAA facility anywhere in Vic should you choose to do so.
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