Tips & Links

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1. Associations and Clubs

 2. Suppliers

3. Rifle Cleaning

4. Barrels

5. Reloading

6. Shooting Websites

7. Contributions

8. Geoff Ayling articles:

Geoff Ayling
(Courtsey: Tasmanian Government
Department of Premier and Cabinet)
‘His great shooting career was capped early when, in 1979, he became a Member of the Order of Australia which was awarded in recognition of his outstanding contribution to the sport of full bore target shooting’. (Read More)

  1. A Logical Sequence for Teaching Rifle Shooting to a Learner
  2. Prioritised Difficulties, Shot Patterns and Cures
  3. Effects of Trigger Release on a Group
  4. A subtle way numerous rifle shooters have for decades lost
    their natural point of aim
  5. Single- and double-point slings, recoil through the hands,
    natural point of aim
  6. Shooting with automated action (or shooting in the zone)
  7. Change of the natural point of aim due to a gap between butt plate and
    shoulder
  8. Reducing TR and F Class groups through the trigger-release technique
  9. Group size, trigger release, speed of shooting and rhythm
  10. The sling that hurts the forward hand
  11. Wind Reading 101

9. Rifle Stocks

10. Books and Magazines

11. Miscellaneous Shooting Articles

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