Licencing

If you have decided that you want to take up shooting as a sport, you will need to obtain a firearms licence. By Joining the SSAA, membership will fulfil the genuine reason provision on your licence application. For further information on how to obtain the necessary paperwork and the process involved, clink on the below links or CLICK HERE for Licence Testing venues

 

SSAA NSW - Obtaining a firearm

NSW Police Firearms

Safe Shooting Course Instructors & Game Council R Licence assessors

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Put Something Back...

With over 30,000 members, the SSAA (NSW) Sydney Branch Inc. is by far the largest SSAA branch.  If you are a SSAA member living in or around Sydney, chances are that this is your Branch. Check your SSAA membership card (SYDNEY N01) to see if you are a Sydney Branch member.

The Branch owns the Silverdale range, has a 50% share in the St Marys Indoor Shooting Centre, and has access to three other ranges:  Holroyd, Hornsby and Anzac at Malabar.  Scores of members volunteer their time as range officers on those ranges, to provide facilities for members. The Branch is run by an elected Committee of 13 volunteers.  If you enjoy using these facilities, talk to us about how you can put something back into your club.

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