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Thread: ASRA vs RNZAF Service Rifle Trophy Shoot

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    ASRA vs RNZAF Service Rifle Trophy Shoot

    This afternoon, the Auckland Service Rifle Association put up a team of 7 against an RNZAF team of 7 and won for the second year running. ASRA team ran AR15's with service class Optics and the Airforce team used their Steyrs.

    Course of fire was:
    1. Trinity, 3 position, 5 rounds per.
    2. Rapid, Standing, 10 rounds in 20 seconds.
    3. Action M, 2 mags 5 rounds per in 60 seconds.
    4. Assembly, assemble rifle, 10 rounds prone, 60 seconds.
    5. Loading, load 15 loose rounds into magazine then engage standing in 60 seconds.
    6. Mag-grab, grab 15 round mag from 10m away, load and engage sitting or kneeling in 60 seconds.

    Or something like that. After a few beerzies at prize giving, coz it was HOT out there,
    and some boer worst BBQ, my memory is a little fuzzy... Anyway, a good day and the Airscrews enjoyed themselves.

    All shot at 100m out of fairness to the RNZAF lads who don't get out much. Pretty close match in the end but ASRA pulled it out of the bag.

    Ray.
    10MRT shooters do it 60 times, in two directions and at two speeds.

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    Good effort Ray always good to get a win!.................even if it is only the fair force.Shot up in Aucks?

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    Group pic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neckshot View Post
    Good effort Ray always good to get a win!.................even if it is only the fair force.Shot up in Aucks?
    Yeah mate , shot at Clevedon Rifle Club range near Duders.
    10MRT shooters do it 60 times, in two directions and at two speeds.

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    Interesting to see all the civvies except back left point rifles into the air, and all the RNZAF guys pointing steyrs at the ground.

    Looks like a fun day, always good toget the forces or police invited to shooting compos

    Here's hoping we get a army team competing in next years NRA nationals.
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    That guy middle fronts a big man!
    Boom, cough,cough,cough

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maca49 View Post
    That guy middle fronts a big man!
    Haha, yes, he's a forestry and fencing contractor. I don't think he uses a rammer on posts, he just mashes them in with his fists
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    funny I know 4 of the service guys from that photo, I used to work with them back in my Airforce days

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    I was invited along to this by Dogmatix, though arrived late...
    Anyway we (myself and the kids) watched the first round of shooting, it it looked great fun, and all were a nice bunch.
    I new it was a bit much to ask for two days shooting in one weekend from the wifey! ...but she was very nice to let me go! so a big thanks to the other half!
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    Note the use of the 2L icecream tubs!
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    and a small vid
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    oh, and a man from Gaul...
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    getting in a couple early sitting shots aye
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vapour View Post
    getting in a couple early sitting shots aye
    And the Gaulish one is busted!
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    I need every advantage I can get.
    Welcome to Sako club.

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    really, what was your score? Very interesting brass catchers
    Being over gunned is under rated.

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