THE Orange and District Pistol Club has everything under control for their two-day Central Western Championships this weekend.
Whatever the weather, the championships will go ahead with 209 matches to be shot including standard pisto, 25m, rapid fire 25m, free 50m, centre fire 25m, women's sport and junior 25m.
Men's 60 match air, women's and juniors 40, all at 10 metres, will be shot in the indoor range.
One detail will be completed on Friday night at 8pm and will continue through the weekend.
Three master graders and eight A graders will compete including Olympian Phillip Adams (Forbes), Bob Dowling (Dubbo) and top Orange shooter Dean Brus.
Club founder John Baird and wife June, making a comeback, from the ACT, will be here along with Paralympian Kieth Bremner of Bathurst and many B, C and D graders.
The range is 10km out on Icely Road.
Watch for signs and the public is welcome as spectators as this is a family sport.
The clubhouse canteen will be providing light refreshments.
The presentations will be made around 3.30pm on Sunday.