Club Facilities

Firearm and Range Safety

Do you think you're safe?  All firearm users must practice firearm safety to reduce the risk of firearm incidents.

There is no such thing as a firearm accident. In every case, at least one of the Firearm Safety Rules has been broken.

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Firearm Licensing

Knowing your rights and responsibilities under law is a fundamental part of being a safe and responsible shooter.

Their are many thing to consider as a firearms owner and license holder including safe storage, transport and usage requirements.

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Air Travel with Firearms

Many firearm owners are scared or worried about what is required for air travel with guns.

The security arrangements make people think that to be able to take a firearm on a plane would be impossible - well it is not impossible!

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Victorian Clay Target Club List

The following table lists the VCTA affiliated clay target shooting clubs within Victoria and their locations.

Contact details can be found online, in the annual VCTA Shooting Programs booklet or in the monthly Clay Targets Shooting News magazine.

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How to Referee Guide

When called upon to referee, do you know what to do?

Be prepared and download the Melbourne Gun Club Trap and Skeet referee guide.

Avoid embarrassment and learn the rules of refereeing Trap and Skeet!

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Are YOU permitted to shoot at MGC?

Are YOU permitted to shoot here?

Know what type of membership is required and avoid NOT being covered by insurance. Find out if you have the right type of membership to shoot your chosen discipline at the Melbourne Gun Club!

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Melbourne Gun Club

192 Victoria Road
Yering, 3770
Victoria, Australia.

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Website: www.MelbourneGunClub.com.au
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Club Facilities

The Melbourne Gun Club is one of the biggest and best equipped in Australasia. We regularly conduct competitions in International Sport Shooting Federation (ISSF) and Australian Clay Target Association (ACTA) disciplines.