Long range precision is a handgun, rifle and black powder discipline that aims to refine and develop the accuracy of firearms, ammunition and equipment for shooting at extreme distances. The handgun events vary from rimfire to centrefire calibres and are shot up to 500m, while the rifle events cover .22LR to .50 BMG calibres and are shot up to 2000m. The core matches require the competitor to shoot five shots from a cold barrel, without the use of benches or windflags, as they would in a normal field situation. To be successful, the competitor will need to learn to read the wind and other conditions, as well as understand their firearm and its ballistics completely.
|Mildura Long Range Shooting Club|
|Mildura Military Rifle & Pistol Club|