Media Enquiries
David Handyside

0418 820 470

president@ ssaasa.org.au

General Enquiries
Junior Vice President
Brendan Atkinson

0419 849 452

junvice@ ssaasa.org.au

Range Development, Club Liaison & Mobile Range
Executive Officer
James Reeves

0499 554 498

executiveofficer @ssaasa.org.au

Media Enquiries


0418 820 470


General Enquiries

Junior Vice President

0419 849 452


Mobile Air Rifle Range Hire and Firearms Safety Instruction

Executive Officer

0499 554 498


Precision Shooting Club

The Home of Precision Rifle in SA

Monarto Shooting Complex
Ranges 1 – 4
52 Rifle Road
Monarto South SA 5254
35°08’49.4″S 139°08’55.4″E

Club Contacts

Rusty 0409 305 360

Steve 0478 784 837

Paul 0423 600 499

About Us

If you shoot rifle, handgun or both, Precision Shooting is the Club for you.

Our friendly Club at the Monarto Shooting Complex has 4 ranges stretching out to 500m, laden with a variety of targets for all day practice, plinking and sight in.

We shoot 50 days of the year – see our Calendar. On the first weekend of every month we have fun filled Precision Rifle Competitions. All shooters are warmly welcome to bring any rimfire or centrefire up to 8mm and come and try this exhilarating sport.

Additionally we are setup for several handgun disciplines including Modern Metallic Silhouette.

We conduct regular approved courses for those wanting a Firearms Licence (A1, B1, H1).

If you like to compete, plink, target shoot, need to sight in your firearm, or just want to Try Shooting, then come for a visit – your first is free.

It’s thrilling making steel targets ring at ranges you never imagined – so give it a go.


Precision Rifle
Practical Shooting
Long Range Precision
Metallic Silhouette Handgun
Service Pistol
Target Pistol

What is Precision Shooting?

Precision Shooting is fast, fun and exhilarating which is why it’s one of the fastest growing shooting sports in the world. Precision Shooting is where the competitors are trying to unite the three principles of precision, positions and speed to score as many points as possible during the given amount of time.

The courses are called “stages”, and are shot individually by the shooters who must move and shoot from several positions, fire under or over obstacles and in other unfamiliar situations. There are no standard exercises or set arrangement of the steel targets, and the courses are designed so that the shooter must be inventive, and therefore the solutions of challenges frequently varies between shooters.

We operate under the SSAA Practical Shooting Rule Book, with various modifications to suit the local range. We have a calibre limit of 8 mm (.323) and a muzzle velocity limit on our steel targets of 3200 fps.

Come along and check out one of the fastest growing styles of shooting in the world! 

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