Latest News from SSAA NSW

Nov
24
The end of the attendance year is fast approaching and some of our SSAA NSW members may not have met their longarms attendance requirements for the 2014/15 reporting year which will finish on 31 March 2015. NSW firearms licence holders are required to have a ‘Genuine Reason’ for holding their longarms licence, such as target shooting, hunting or collecting.  Licence holders who use club membership to support the ‘Genuine Reason’ for holding their longarms licence are required to provide proof of actively fulfilling their attendance r...
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Nov
20
SSAA NSW and the Mobile Air Rifle Range (MARR) visited Dubbo for the 2014 Unlock the Bush Muster on Saturday 15 November. It was a fun and interesting event which focused on the importance of the outdoors and accessibility, the MARR was a big hit as well! The Muster also received some great television news coverage on local stations Win News and Prime 7. The news stories can be viewed belo...
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Oct
29
More than 100 women ‘united in pink’ to help raise $11,000 at a Girls’ Night In charity fundraiser hosted by Sporting Shooters Association of Australia (NSW) Inc (SSAA NSW) and St Marys Indoor Shooting Centre (SMISC) on Friday 17 October. Above: SSAA NSW Executive Director Diana Melham (left) w...
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Sep
18
The next meeting of the St Marys Collectors Club will be held at 11am on Sunday 2 November at the St Marys Indoor Shooting Centre. The topic of discussion will be Remembrance Shoot. So bring your trusty military rifle and min 20 rounds; there will also be a BBQ lunch. Please note: the meetings are open to any current SSAA member; you don’t have to be a collector to attend. All juniors are welcome but must have adult supervision and proof membership must be shown at the door. For more information about St Marys Collector Club meetings plea...
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Sep
16
The Sporting Shooters Association of Australia (NSW) and the St Marys Indoor Shooting Centre are excited to host a ‘Girls' Night In’ on Friday 17 October 2014 to help raise money for the Cancer Council. It’s part of the Pink Ribbon campaign which aims to raise awareness about breast and gynaecological cancers. With around 50 women diagnosed with these cancers every day in Australia, we are asking everyone to unite in pink to help. Bookings are open now, so gather a group of friends and come along and try shooting in a safe and supervised...
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