AURRPC | Adelaide University Regiment Rifle & Pistol Club
The Club operates a range facility located to the north east of Adelaide. The range facility offers a number of open and covered ranges, including automated turning target range.
The ranges include:
The Club's ranges are grouped in two areas within the range. They are referred to as being located either at the 'IPSC' or the 'ISSF' end of the range.
A range map is provided to members.
This versatile range is used for rifle, shotgun, and pistol. It has a covered firing point offering benchrest for rifle shooters and targets at disances of Xm, Xm and 100m. The end of the range is divided by a wall allowing two details to use it as a 30m pistol range.
This range is used for shotgun and pistol. It is well suited to IPSC competition and can accomodate a variety of range props.
This range is mainly used for pistol training and static practice.
This range is used for rifle and pistol. It is well suited to ISSF and Service Pistol competition. It has a covered firing point and can be configured with benchrest or posts. The target mechanism can accomodate up to 20 lanes of firers or be grouped to present 5 targets per firer. The targets can be moved to any distance up to a maximum of 50m and can operate manually or by a timer. This range provides all-weather cover.
This range is nestled away but offers the reloader the perfect place to set up a chronograph and provides all-weather cover.
This range is a challenge for the practical shooter. It is the facade of a two storey building and is constructed of timber.
There are several open ranges that are perfect for short course practical shooting.