Latest News from SSAA NSW

The SSAA SHOT Expo, Australia’s premier event for the shooting sports, is set to be one of the biggest ever in Sydney this June. With over 130 retailers and distributors representing over 500 brands the SSAA SHOT Expo is a must attend. Held over Saturday 25 June and Sunday 26 June, the Expo will showcase the newest the industry has to offer for shooting, hunting and outdoors at Rosehill Racecourse, Sydney. The SSAA SHOT Expo is an event for the whole family, and...
The latest attempt by NSW MP David Shoebridge and the Greens Party to evoke unnecessary fear within communities throughout New South Wales is nothing but a cheap political stunt based on misleading and unsubstantiated statements regarding legal firearms ownership. In its Media Release, SSAA NSW highlights the irresponsibility of the latest attempts by the Greens to mislead the NSW community and compromise the safety and security of those people within the community that legally own and store firearms. The recent acts of the Greens are yet anot...
The Sporting Shooters Association of Australia (NSW) Inc and the St Marys Indoor Shooting Centre are excited to be hosting a ‘Try Shooting Charity Day’ on Sunday 17 April 2016 to help raise money for the National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF). Breast Cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer among women in Australia; one in eight women will develop breast cancer in their lifetime. On average, seven women die from breast cancer every day in Australia and NBCF’s goal is zero deaths by breast cancer by 2030. Bookings are open now, wit...
SSAA NSW is proud to announce its sponsorship of Devil Ark, a not for profit charity organisation dedicated to ensuring the survival of the endangered Tasmanian Devil at risk of extinction due to Devil Facial Tumour Disease (DFTD). The population of wild Tasmanian Devils has plummeted by more than 90% since 1996 when the first case of DFTD was discovered. In 2009, Devil Ark joined an innovative captive breeding program to save the Tasmanian Devil from becoming extinct. SSAA NSW has continually promoted the importance of conservation, ethical...
More than 20 junior shooters from around NSW took part in the 2016 SSAA NSW Junior Target Shooting Camp held from Friday 15 to Monday 18 January at the Silverdale Rifle Range. The juniors, who all held Minor’s Permits, had the opportunity to experience a variety of disciplines including Shotgun, Lever Action, Brenchrest, Silhouette and Cadet Rifle 3-Positional. Specia...

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