Firearms and Weapons Legislation (Criminal Use) Bill 2020 Inquiry Submission - SSAA NSW Advocacy

Recently, SSAA NSW lodged a detailed submission to the NSW Government Legislative Council Upper House Inquiry, regarding the proposed Firearms and Weapons Legislation (Criminal Use) Bill 2020. The Bill, if introduced into legislation, would have significant unintended consequences for law-abiding firearms owners.

From the beginning, SSAA NSW has communicated with Members and sought feedback. We have been overwhelmed by the numerous responses outlining concerns regarding the direct impact of the Bill (if passed) on shooting activities and chosen disciplines. We thank you for partnering with us in advocating for all law-abiding firearm owners.

The lodgment of the submission is just the start of this advocacy process. SSAA NSW has been engaging within the political process and will soon outline the next steps that will involve all Members. The full submission can be found here for your perusal.

We are also pleased to announce that SSAA NSW has been invited to provide submissions and advice on other reviews. SSAA NSW will always advocate for our Members and all law-abiding firearm owners without fear or favour.

This process has united us all and it is great to see everyone pulling together. Your assistance is greatly appreciated and will help us fight against unintended consequences to our great sport.

Thank you,

Lance Miller - President, SSAA NSW
Jai Rowell - CEO, SSAA NSW

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