Get Out and Shoot!

The point of all this is to get out and have some fun at the range. Read about upcoming and past events, and get yourself out from in front of the computer and along to something soon!

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Sep 02

1,200 Meter Gong Shoot 02/09/17

September 2 @ 9:00 am
Sep 06

The Monthly Meetup

September 6 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Organizer: The Gearlocker
Sep 09

TSSC Practical 22LR Rifle Match

September 9 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sep 28

Reloading Basics – Orientation

September 28 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Organizer: Precision Shooter
Oct 07

PSNZ22 – October

October 7 @ 9:30 am - 2:00 pm
Organizer: Precision Shooter

Field Reports

IPSC Mini at the Auckland Shooting Club

A fast paced, fun shooting discipline – the ASC recently held it’s first IPSC Mini competition.

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Resources for Shooters

Reviews, overviews and technical articles for shooters of all disciplines.

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Latest Reviews

Shooting Units: Understanding caliber

I was talking to someone on the weekend regarding sizing and different calibers. Trying to explain caliber sizing to someone who knows little about firearms can be a bit of a challenge – mainly because it really isn’t a standard convention anymore. I thought I would put together a short article on how, why and the differences in naming calibers.

A couple of reviews for our LRS-L1 Shooting Course

A couple of reviews have come in for our recent Long Range Shooting – Level 1 Fundamentals Course. Through conversations both online and at the range, it’s been great hearing how much the attendees learnt and how they are applying it in the regular shooting. Make sure you subscribe to our newsletter to ensure you are…

Optimising your VLD Bullet accuracy – seating depth

The new generation of VLD (very low drag) projectiles have brought with them more accuracy, and more requirements to optimise. It won’t be new to shooters that bullets have a sweet spot when it comes to seating depth. For a long time F-Class and BR shooters have been ‘jamming the lands’ – setting seating depth out long enough where the bearing surface is actually touching (or even slightly pushed into) the throat of the rifling. Minimising jump eeks out the final bit of performance.