In times of bereavement many relatives find themselves in the difficult situation about what to do with a lifetime of accumulated firearms, ammunition, various tools and accoutrements, and frighteningly a letter from Firearms Registry New South Wales Police. Before you […]
LERAA is pleased to present “The ANZAC”. This will be our annual ANZAC commemorative meeting. Each year a perpetual trophy, “The ANZAC” will be awarded to the highest score by an attendee. For LERAA members the three highest scoring members […]
Prestigious Woodstocks A new manufacturer from Canada. Sadly poor health has seen Ralph Shaw withdraw from manufacturing. If anyone has some feedback on their personal experience with Prestigious Woodstocks into Australia it would be welcomed.
The milestones are racking up during the new year. To protect our IP we have now trademarked our identity.
As a new rifle club we are responsible for creating the traditions and rituals that many long standing clubs take for granted. Last year we were so fortunate to have kind sponsors come on board and get behind the sport. […]
The original, long out of print “The Broad Arrow” has been selling for exorbitant prices in used bookshops and forums for the past years. It is a great relief for those who look for useful reference material, not an investment […]
Thank you to our new sponsor Claremont Firearms for your donation which has been used to replace our borrowed radio sets with some new club radios. The John Kell OAM Memorial range has the remnants of the old signal wires […]
An important thing that I learnt when I was a fresh-faced Infantry recruit was “Don’t Volunteer”. If you did end up with the short end of the stick it was usually because you were the slowest to step backwards or […]
LERAA is delighted to have Claremont Firearms as a sponsor of our Association. A number of years ago Claremont Firearms took a long term view on the popularity of milsurps and imported a quantity of rifles for the future. The […]