Hi Wagga Wagga Rifle Club taken in thirties.Next photo is a South Australian Club,third photo is New South Wales Intercolonial rifle match in 1867.
Actually it was not a Lee Enfield Shoot it was a .303 service shoot and there were 4 P14s there not counting the one who left and none of those blokes had any problem’s with the time frame. It took me 42 seconds including the reload and yes I was one of the Blokes using a P14Not to bring a 'Mauser' to a Lee Enfield shoot...
What club are you shooting with??? I guess its at Malabar huh.... I started fullbore at the 'old' Anzac range at Liverpool in the late 50's and Flo Ferguson was around then. In those days she was one of the very few female fullbore shooters.G'day Coop,
I finally found a forum where i can share my interest in old full bore rifle ranges...
heres a few more photos...cheers
Stumpy the information i first found stated Kempsey Rifle Club,then found Hickey's Creek Rifle Club,thats is all information i could find.
A few more clubs from around Australia in the early days.
Belmont Range Queensland
Cyclists Club South Aussie
Rifle Club out west NSW
University of Melbourne
Sandystone West Aussie
That figures, since I bought the badge which has a black swan on it!