East Perth Rifle Club

Founded in 1915 and Shooting from the Pinjar Rifle Range


Welcome to East Perth Rifle Club where we provide education, mentoring, colleagueship and a healthy and safe environment to share our interest in rifle skills in Western Australia.

Our Club was founded over a century ago in 1915. With more than a hundred years of service we continue to enjoy our love for this sport.

Please enjoy our short video for a glimpse of the sport and equipment used

Operating from the Pinjar Rifle Range

The East Perth Rifle Club is a member of the Metropolitan District Rifle Association that operates under the West Australian Rifle Association (WARA).

We operate out of the West Australian Rifle Association (WARA)’s Pinjar rifle range and aim to develop a community of like-minded people with an enjoyment for our rifle sport, which is one of the safest sports. We provide a very safe environment for the whole family to enjoy.

There is no age restrictions to become a Club member.

We allow children to have a safe, supervised and positive experience to learn about gun safety from the age of 10 years and all genders.

Our Latest News

Welcome to Our New Members

The Club is continuously growing as President Dieter welcomes our latest 4 new members (clockwise from top left): Shaun, Chelsea, Rick and Matthew. Prospect members are required...

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Another Fantastic Visitor Day

August brought great weather for our recent visitor day on the range, attracting families to experience rifle shooting in a safe and enjoyable environment. Grandparents, parents,...

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Our Classes of Rifle

Target Rifle


F-Class Rifle

(F Open, FTR and F Standard)

Field Class

(Hunter Class)

A Target rifle does not use a scope, instead it uses a rear and front sight. It is most commonly held by the body with no aids. It uses a 7.62mm (.308) single shot, bolt action rifles with peep sights.

A F-Class rifle uses a scope and requires a device that takes the weight of the rifle. The scopes often high powered optics for precision shooting. It uses calibres up to 8mm, shot with bolt action target rifles fitted with telescopic sights and rests. 

A Field Class rifle uses a restricted scope and a functional magazine. This caters for those interested in developing the skills for work on farms. It covers any commercially available firearm and includes the tactical Hunter class type rifles.

Join Us at Our Experience Day

Attend one of our Experience Days and Learn More About the Safe and Enjoyable Sport that we call Rifle Shooting. As it is a family sport, we allow children from 9 years old to learn how to shoot a rifle. 

Email us to find out more about our training and experience days.