Calling All Members to Unite: NFA Review Lacking in Detail

With SSAA National still not fully briefed on any proposed changes or improvements to the impending National Firearms Agreement (NFA) review, our position is clear: No changes should be made to the NFA in the absence of any empirical evidence, nor should legitimate firearms owners have to bear the brunt of more unintended consequences based on emotion or politicking.

As a result, SSAA NSW is calling on our 55,0000+ members to urgently contact NSW Police Minister, Troy Grant MP, as well as your local NSW and Federal MPs to voice your concerns and protect our chosen sport before it’s too late.

Visit the SSAA NSW Action Centre for the contact details of your local NSW MP and you can contact the Police Minister by clicking here. For the full story, visit SSAA National.




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