The Australian Defence Force pumps a small fortune into the Border’s economy each year.  See article on  PRIME 7 News
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ATS recently had the opportunity to exhibit at the Defence Services Asia (DSA) & National Security Asia (NATSEC), as part of Team Australia, held in Malaysia over the period 16 – 20 April. ATS was the only live fire subject matter expert at the exhibition and were honoured to met with the Malaysian Chief of Army to discuss opportunities for ATS to contribute to enhancing the Malaysian Army’s live fire training capability under the auspices of
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Congratulations to our ATS shooters Cherie Blake, Mark Blake and Jackson Burns who all won their categories during the NSW State Action Pistol Championships in Blacktown over the period 21-22 April 2018. Action Pistol competitions comprises four courses of fire — Falling Plates, Mover, Practical and Barricade events.  Action tests a shooter’s speed and accuracy at various distances with each course of fire comprising 48 rounds each worth 10 points, totalling a match score of
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ATS staff member Michelle Fletcher participated in the Victorian Rifle Association’s 143rd “Queens” Prize Meeting from 18 – 22 April which had 140 competitors shooting 4 disciplines. Michelle participated in the Target Rifle competition and placed 16th in A Grade.  The competition is conducted over distances from 500 yards to 1000 yards with single shot, bolt action rifles and peep sights.  Michelle achieved a score of 392.39 out of a possible 400 and was the
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April 12, 2018

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Through sponsorship ATS can access some of the best shooters in the world for testing, training and support activities. ATS sponsors NRA Action pistol shooters Mark Blake, Cherie Blake and Jackson Burns who all placed first in the Australian championships in Nov 2017 – male, female and junior. Cherie Blake had a very successful year, wining the Ladies Bianchi Championship in Columbia MO USA in May 2017, which was featured in Shooting Sports USA. Cherie was
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