Here you can find specific information on all aspects of WASRA.
Western Australian Smallbore Rifle Association Inc, (WASRA) was established in 1958. It promotes the education and safe use of .22 calibre rimfire small-bore and .177 calibre air rifles for both competitive and informal target shooting.
Family participation is heartily encouraged and the social room is just the place to gather and talk over a coffee during a break in club or competition shooting. Many of the clubs in Western Australia also have equipment for loan to help get the newcomer shooting.
All prospective members over the age of 18 years, would need to be eligible to obtain a WA State Firearms Licence. Juniors over the age of 14 years are also most welcome and may become WASRA members and shoot under supervision.
The Association also welcomes enquiries from youth groups such as Scouts, Guides & Cadets for specially tailored afternoon or evening sessions to experience the sport.
There is a video aimed at educating people about the activities of WASRA and smallbore target shooting in general. Click to open and view the video.
For the WASRA constitution and by-laws please click on the appropriate links.
Current members of the WASRA Committee.
Back issues of our newsletter can be found below.