Latest News from SSAA NSW

Apr
19
It's the person, not the gun Goulburn Branch president Ken Kenchington instructs a novice shooter Read SSAA NSW Goulburn Branch President Ken Kenchington's response in the Goulburn Post to public perception of firearm ownership. Ken points out that respect for firearms and other people is essential, and invites first-timers to try their skill at shooting at the club's Try Shooting Day on Sunday 23 April, Goulburn Rifle Range on Rifle Range Road, f...
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Apr
18
Members of all target shooting groups welcome 5-Stand comps Griffith Where: SSAA NSW Griffith Branch, Rankin Springs Road, Griffith, NSW 2680 When: 13–14 May from 9.30am Competitions: SSAA NSW 5-Stand State Titles Prizes: State Champion sash, medallions and prizes. SSAA members’ selection for NSW Shotgun Team to compete at the New Zealand championships in November. Grades: A...
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Apr
13
Troy Hogarth, Compliance Team Leader, Game Licensing Unit, tells ABC radio's Louise Ayling that parts of NSW’s south-east are hotspots for illegal hunters who hold licences in Victoria. SSAA NSW supports reporting illegal hunting activities to the Shut the Gate on Illegal Hunting report line on 1800 SHUT IT (1800 748 848). Hear the full broadcast interview here....
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Mar
30
SSAA NSW has joined together with SSAA Victoria and four other organisations to form a coalition to campaign against the proposed National Firearms Agreement (NFA). This includes the engagement of a professional lobbyist widely experienced in the firearms arena. The Federal Minister for Justice Michael Keenan has given assurances that the only changes to the NFA will be those necessary to re-classify lever action shotguns...
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Mar
28
SSAA NSW Port Macquarie Branch hosted RSPCA officers updating their firearms accreditation. 15.03.2017 The SSAA NSW Port Macquarie Branch played host to seven Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals inspectors on 15 March. The inspectors, who hailed from Newcastle and outlying regions, were at the range to update their firearms accreditation. Branch secretary Dennis Adlington says that, with the help of four volunteers who lent a hand, the guys c...
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