MISC is a private, members only shooting club.

We are a not-for-profit, international standard shooting complex that  provides a personally rewarding opportunity for members to participate in Olympic and International target pistol and  small-bore rifle disciplines.

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Our Next Open Day for non members is 10:00am Sunday April 14 2024.
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About Us

The club’s location is 4 kilometres from Melbourne’s Central Business District, making it readily accessible to shooters from all districts. The club boasts modern, state-of-the-art shooting facilities, with ample off-road car
parking.

The club offers both small-bore rifle and pistol shooting at 10M (indoors), 25M and 50M distances.

Competition Overview

ISSF - Pistol

International Sports Shooting Federation (ISSF) covers a wide range of single handed pistol shooting including Air .177, .22LR.

Service Match

Service Match uses 9mm, .38 and .357 pistols and revolvers shot over various distances from 7 to 50 yards.

WA 1500

World Association 1500 (WA 1500) is a challenging, fast paced close shooting and long distance precision match using revolvers and semi autos shot from a holster.

Cowboy Action Shooting (SASS)

Single Action Shooting (SASS) discipline allows the use of single action revolvers, lever action rifles and double barrel shotguns with a mix of enactment through dress and antique or historical firearms.

Combined Services (SSAA)

Sporting Shooters' Association of Australia (SSAA) Combined Services covers a variety of static shooting positions, over distances of 7, 15 and 25 yards.

IPSC

International Practical Shooting Confederation (IPSC) is dynamic and challenging with matches in Open, Standard, Classic, Production and Revolver.

ISSF Rifle & TRA

Target Rifle disciplines include Air Rifle, Prone Rifle, Bench Rest and Three Positional.

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Disciplines & Associations

We host competitive target shooting activities across these disiciplines

Pistol Australia

PA is the premier target pistol shooting organisation in Australia with the mandate through Shooting Australia to field pistol teams to the Commonwealth Games, Olympic Games, ISSF World Championships, ISSF & World Cups.

VAPA

The Victorian Amateur Pistol Association (VAPA) is the Victorian Target Pistol Shooting Body associated with Pistol Australia, it offers members a pathway for selection for Australian Teams in the Commonwealth and Olympic Games.

ISSF

The International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) recognizes several shooting events which have Olympic status. They are divided into four disciplines: rifle, pistol, shotgun and running target.

WA 1500 PPC

Precision Pistol Competition (PPC) is a shooting sport focusing on precision shooting from a variety of stances (standing, kneeling, sitting and prone) at varying distances (3, 7, 15, 25 and 50 meters or yards), including shooting from behind an obstacle

I.P.S.C.

The International Practical Shooting Confederation (IPSC) competitions are held with pistol, revolver, rifle, and shotgun, and the competitors are divided into different divisions based on firearm and equipment features.

Combined Services Discipline

The Combined Services discipline initially commenced in the 1980s in Victoria and Queensland, but is now proudly shot in all Australian states and territories. Although formerly called Military Rifle, the discipline has in recent years adopted Pistol competition.

Western Action Shooting (SASS)

The Combined Services discipline initially commenced in the 1980s in Victoria and Queensland, but is now proudly shot in all Australian states and territories. Although formerly called Military Rifle, the discipline has in recent years adopted Pistol competition.

Target Rifle Victoria (TRV)

Target Rifle Victoria (TRV) is the governing body for small-bore and air rifle shooting in Victoria. If you have never tried out the sport, we encourage you to find out more about what the sport can offer you - friendship, a chance to compete equally, and the opportunity to participate in events across the state.

Got questions? Not sure how to start? Where to start? Make sure to take a look at our most Frequently Asked Questions sections for fast answers to many popular questions. Read More…

Our Values

Melbourne International Shooting Club believes it is important to ensure a safe and welcoming environment for its members and visitors. The club strives to ensure our governance is in line with community expectations.
To support these aims, the club has adopted the Victorian Government’s Fair Play Code and implemented the following policies which include: Member Protection Policy; Child Safety Policy; Privacy Policy.
The club is committed to protecting the environment and to support this aim, it has developed an Environmental Management Plan and a Waste Management Policy. The club expects its members to comply with the club’s rules and to treat each other with respect.

Come visit, join, and challenge yourself!

To shoot at the Melbourne International Shooting Club there are a number of formalities that need to be completed to become a member and use the ranges. While the process may seem daunting at first the club will guide you through the various steps.

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