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A good outcome on LRD conditions

A good outcome on LRD conditions

In an ongoing commitment to reducing regulatory burden and improving services for the firearms industry, Victoria Police’s Licensing and Regulation Division (LRD) has committed to removing two reporting requirement conditions for approved hunting clubs and…

Board welcomes female member

Board welcomes female member

SSAA Victoria is ready to officially induct its first female in five years to the current 11-person Board of Directors. Marion Barnes – who has become known in shooting circles through her role as Publicity Officer of…

Board election results announced

Board election results announced

SSAA Victoria hosted its 2017 Annual General Meeting at the Hotel Bruce County on Sunday, September 17. Forty-five members attended the meeting, where the 2016/17 financials were adopted and the results of the Board elections…

Back to the basics of SSAA Victoria

Back to the basics of SSAA Victoria

The Sporting Shooters Association of Australia (Victoria) was incorporated as a public company on October 1, 1973. We exist to promote the shooting sports and protect firearm owners’ interests. With more than 36,000 members, SSAA…

Extended trading at Springvale

Extended trading at Springvale

The Springvale Range will open at 3pm on Thursdays and Fridays from Thursday, September 14. It will be on a trial basis until the end of the year, when a permanent decision will be made. The trial…