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D-day for NFA

D-day for NFA

The National Firearms Agreement Technical Review will be one of a raft of issues discussed at today’s Council of Australian Governments (COAG) meeting. The usually bi-annual meeting between the Prime Minister, State and Territory Premiers…

Illegal roo hunters fined

Illegal roo hunters fined

Two illegal hunters will pay hefty fines after last week being found guilty of possessing a dead Eastern Grey kangaroo without authorisation. The Mornington Peninsular locals, who faced Mansfield Magistrates Court on February 10, were also…

Red tape on gun travel lifted

Red tape on gun travel lifted

Competing in international shooting competitions and attending overseas hunting trips, this month got a little easier for firearms owners. Changes to the Australian Customs Act will reduce restrictions on the import of previously prohibited items…

SSAA gets serious about communication

SSAA gets serious about communication

The SSAA Victoria Board last month approved a new Communications Strategy designed to improve the Association’s approach to sharing information with members, media and the wider public. Feedback from public meetings has suggested SSAA Victoria’s…

Victorian Hunting Guide released

Victorian Hunting Guide released

The Victorian Hunting Guide 2016 is being mailed out to 48,000 licensed game hunters across the State this week. The guide contains extensive information about bag limits, season dates, safe and responsible hunting and updates to hunting arrangements for…