Shooting competition and trophies

most of our club shooting trophies are competed for on our annual range day

RANGE COMPETITIONS & TROPHIES

ANNUAL RANGE DAY
The range day is for the whole family; the following trophies are to be competed for.

BATES CUP.

(This trophy is a hold over from the original Auckland Branch, hence the winners shown before 1961) Less than twenty-one years of age sons or daughters, those fifteen years and under are permitted to use .22 rim fire including woman, four positions at one hundred meters.

BAILEY CUP.

(Donated 1967) Fifteen years old or under (sons and daughters) caliber .22 rim fire only, four positions.

BAILEY CUP.

(Donated 1966) Thirteen years old and under (sons and daughters) .22 rim fire only.

CLUB TROPHY.

(Donated 1972) Thirteen years old and under (sons and daughters) .22 rim fire only.

BARRY CUP.

(This trophy was created during the time of the original Auckland Branch, hence the scores shown before 1961) Open to all financial members, center fire, four positions at one hundred meters.

TISDALL CUP.

(Donated 1967) Shotgun only. 10 birds single rise match.

PEATE SUTTON CUP.

(Donated 1971) For the winner of the moving game championship. To be shot on moving game target at 100 and 200m, the highest aggregate score over 6 shots at each range to be judged the winner.

BARBARA SUTTON TROPHY.

(Donated 1972) For the winner of the ladies moving game target. To be shot on moving game target at 100m and 200m, the highest aggregate score over 6 shots at each range to be judged the winner.

VAL CLARKE CUP.

(Donated 1973) For the winner under fifteen years of age or younger on the moving game target.

INTER-BRANCH SHIELD.

(This was created in 1961 with the costs being shared by the three Auckland Branches) To be competed for over three separate shoots with each Branch taking its own turn as host during the year.

OTHER CUPS TO BE WON DURING THE YEAR:

FRANK BRYCKO MEMORIAL TROPHY.

Hunting or varmint rifles scopes up to 9x permitted (donated by the 1972 committee after life member Frank Brycko accidental death) range shooting component, centre fire ten shots at two hundred meters standing.

PRESIDENTS CUP.

(Donated 1971) Center fire ten shots prone at two hundred meters.

IRON SIGHTS TROPHY.

(Donated 1971) Military rifles with iron sights. For any rifle commonly used by the armed services exlucing .22 caliber, rim or Center fire, open sights only. Single arm slings permitted. Four positions at one hundred meters.

BENCH-REST COMPETITIONS

A Bench rest competition was officially formed in 1968 but serious competitions did not take place until the 1969 season, this competition recognizes the first place getter only and there is no award for minor placing.

SPORTO CUP.

(Donated 1970) Unlimited.

BEGGS WISEMANS CUP.

(Donated 1969) Heavy varmint. All calibers, scopes permitted.

BEGGS WISEMANS CUP.

(Donated 1969) Light varmint. All calibers, scopes permitted.

C NORCROSS CUP.

(Donated 1969) Sporter, Minimum caliber .224, scopes allowed up to 8x power maximum.

TISDALL CUP.

(Donated 1969) Hunter. All calibre, scopes allowed up to 6.5x power maximum

SAKO CUP.

(Donated 1969) Group of the year. Ten shots at 100m Any rifle and scope.



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