ON TARGET: Coffs Harbour’s 331SQN Air Force Cadets have been honing their firearms skills.
ON TARGET: Coffs Harbour’s 331SQN Air Force Cadets have been honing their firearms skills.

Air force cadets have a blast

COFFS Harbour Air Force Cadets are right on target to become some of the sharpest shooters on the Coffs Coast.

The Coffs Harbours 331SQN Air Force Cadets have recently been busy adding firearms handling to their list of skills by taking part in recent firearms training activities with the force.

The cadets showed they are nothing short of amazing behind the trigger.

All the participating cadets were fast in becoming proficient in the responsible handling of firearms and increasing their individual skill and accuracy.

Every one hit the bullseye and two of the cadets are now big contenders to represent NSW in the Air Force Cadet Rifle Team.

Range practices are an important part of cadet training and the squadron is proud to have the support of Coffs Harbour Rifle Club.



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