Latest News from SSAA NSW

Jun
12
The Sporting Shooters Association of Australia (NSW) Inc. “SSAA NSW” has slammed the Australian Broadcasting Corporation “ABC” for a biased and deceptive article on its’ online platforms. SSAA NSW Executive Director Diana Melham has called for the ABC to correct the record in the article, “Gun sales at controversial HuntFest festival raise ire as photographers take aim at event”, after misleading statements were published. “The article references comments made by known anti-firearm social justice warrior David Shoebridge, who...
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May
31
If you have yet not received your copy of the NSW Shooter Quarterly Review, it will arrive in your letterbox shortly. Included with this month's NSW Shooter is the paper version of our SSAA NSW Members Survey.   The SSAA NSW Member Survey gives all members an opportunity to put forward their views on the direction they would like to SSAA NSW head in the coming years. As you have internet access we ask that you complete the more detailed survey online.  The online version is more detailed, includes more questions and provides more opportunit...
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May
30
Last night, SBS Viceland program The Feed aired a segment on the increased female participation in shooting sports. You can view the program by clicking here. The story was filmed during our SBS Viceland Ladies Competition.  The competition, held on 5 May, attracted participants from as close as St Clair, as far afield as Cobar and everywhere in between. Importantly, we feel the program showcased the diversity of our sport, not just in gender but in age and backgrounds, with our participants including a married mum who works in accounts, a...
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May
19
Last week we were thrilled to host a group of NSW State MPs for our first Pollie Try Shooting event! Stephen Bromhead (Myall Lakes – Nationals), Steph Cooke (Cootamundra – Nationals), Phil Donato (Orange – SFFP), Austin Evans (Murray - Nationals), Andrew Fraser (Coffs Harbour – Nationals), Michael Johnsen (Upper Hunter – Nationals) and Bronnie Taylor (MLC – Nationals) visited the St Marys Indoor Shooting Centre.  To kick off our visitors were given a tour of the Centre, then over lunch we provided a run down on SSAA NSW; who we ar...
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May
16
The Sporting Shooters Association of Australia (NSW) Inc. “SSAA NSW” has welcomed the NSW Police Minister’s announcement of another firearm amnesty which will run from 1 July to 30 September. SSAA NSW Executive Director Diana Melham said this amnesty is the result of extensive lobbying by SSAA NSW and other shooting bodies and a fitting response following last year’s amnesty. “We have been calling on the NSW Government to implement a permanent amnesty for some time now and it is pleasing to see the Minister and NSW Police take actio...
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