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The SYDNEY CUP
“THE TRADITION CONTINUES”
SUNDAY, 5 JULY 2009
SSAA SYDNEY BRANCH
MALABAR ANZAC Range (entry from Franklin St)
* * * NON SSAA MEMBERS WELCOME * * *
SSAA SYDNEY BRANCH – MALABAR ANZAC Range
This event builds more and more tradition every year. It has a few years under the belt, and is considered by many shooters as a fantastic meet to enjoy some fundamental rifle shooting, no matter the rifle type. Come along, and see what all the fuss is about.
7.30am: Arrive and sign on for matches.
8.00am: Scrutineering, Briefing and handing in of “current” grade cards. Un-Graded shooters welcome.
8.30am: Pits seal. Matches begin.
** Unfired rounds or late fired shot penalties apply for Std Issue rifles**
SYDNEY CUP 2009 FINAL RESULTS
- Day Agg - Spec 1 (Class A/B/C Std Rifle) Winners, R/Up, 3rd place grades A-C.
- Day Agg - Top Guns trophies for Spec 1 (A/B/C Standard rifle) outright 1st – 3rd.
- Day Agg - Top 3 for Spec 2 & 3 (Class H/Open Rifle (Iron)) & Spec 5 (Optical/Sniper Rifle (F1/F2/G/J/T shoot combined)).
- 3P score for class A/B/C may be submitted for National Postal – unless otherwise asked not to
Costs: $25 for whole day. Free snack. Soft Drinks $1
On range accommodation with on-site amenities etc available.
Plenty of motels - self to organise. Range is local to a variety of shops, eateries and RSL Club.
Make a weekend of it. All welcome. Feel free to join in on a local club shoot Saturday. Shoot courses of fire vary, and are fun for all who participate. Be at the service range by 11.30am and ask for an SSAA affiliated club. Call closer to weekend for some specific details. Great warm-up and practice opportunity.
Extra info - Craig Mahoney (Host Director) m) 0419 103 076
e-mail: sydney @ aihpa.com www.aihpa.com/clubs/sydney
NOTES: Event shot in accordance with National
rules, Sydney range safety orders, amendments and guidelines.* * Organisers
reserve the right to change the event or schedule without notice * * *
NOTE: This is a full day of shooting. 7.30am sharp roll up, and is always a late finish (5pm). Please come prepared.
Safety first, last and always.
2) Eye and ear protection is mandatory when on the firing line and in the target pits.
3) Bolts are to be removed from rifles when not on the firing line. (Local range rule).
4) Competitors to
secure their firearm/s (in direct possession or locked in vehicle etc), when not
on the firing line.
5) Empty chamber indicators are mandatory. (Available for $3 on the day)
6) Rapid Fire B – Actions will remain open whilst the rifle is placed on the ground. (Local range rule)
7) Bolts must only
be closed when rifle is pointing at the stop butts. (Local range rule).
8) Sanctioned GP Matches – 3P & RFB (in accordance with SSAA CSD National Rule Book, and local range rules)
9) No optical aids, e.g. spotting scopes are permitted during GP Matches. (CSD Rules)
10) Each detail will complete Phase 1 (Walk up) and go straight to pits. (50 + 5 rounds required at the firing line)
11) The same rifle must be used for all phases, subject to Event Director or Disputes Committee authorization.