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M.R.C.A.

Welcome to the web site of the
Military Rifle Clubs Association Inc.

 
Calendar for 2015
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Hints On Scope Rifle Shooting
by Marcus O'Dean
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Swap Meet See below.

Formerly known as the
Citizen Forces Rifle Association

Founded in 1923

Service Rifle Shooting is certainly one of the most exciting of the shooting disciplines available to Australian shooters today.
When you join the Military Rifle Clubs Association (MRCA), you shoot with a collection of people from all backgrounds who share the love of a great sport, one that we all wish to see flourish and expand.

So, if you want to try shooting as an organised and safe sport, contact one of our member clubs for more information on how you can get involved.

New Membership Application
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To be used by people making an application to join one of the MRCA Member Clubs.

As ANZAC Day commemorates the 100th Anniversary of the landings on the Gallipoli Peninsula, the MRCA is mindful of the contribution made by past and present Service Men and Women.
We are privileged to have Ted Hardy, a Tobruk veteran, as one of our members. Ted is only one of twelve "Rats of Tobruk" members still living in NSW.
He is a much respected member of the R.A.E. (CMF) Rifle Club. His presence, almost every Saturday, is cherished by us all.
Photographs: Ted Hardy was one of five members of "The Rats of Tobruk" who attended the "Tobruk March" at Five Dock. Governor General, Sir Peter Cosgrove, spoke about the events at Tobruk and to each member personally.The "Rats of Tobruk" banner will be displayed at Five Dock RSL Club before being moved to the Australian War Memorial in Canberra.
"The Rats of Tobruk" was the name given to the soldiers of the garrison who held the Libyan port of Tobruk against the Afrika Corps, during the Siege of Tobruk in World War II. The siege started on 10 April 1941 and was finally relieved at the end of November."  -Wikipedia
 
 

SWAP MEET
Saturday May 2nd, 2015

There will be a Swap meet held in the Dean Auditorium after the shoot on this day.

This is an opportunity to dispose of, no longer needed shooting accessories, old sites. scopes, or any other bits and pieces surplus to your requirements, and also to acquire something you may need.

 
 

MRCA RULES AND
BY-LAWS

Rules of the Military Rifle Clubs Association Inc
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By-laws of the Military Rifle Clubs Association In

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