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Become a Shooter

Shooting is one of the few sports that encourages and caters for the participation of the young and old, males and females, able-bodied and disabled. Sport shooting is a family-oriented pastime and as Australia’s largest and most active shooting organisation, the SSAA recognises the importance of encouraging people of all ages into the recreation.

The process for becoming a shooter, obtaining a firearms licence and registering your firearms can differ depending on the state or territory in which you live. For more information about the laws, regulations and processes in your area, check out the following links or contact your local SSAA State Office.

SSAA ACT - Become a shooter
SSAA NSW - Applying for a licence
SSAA Queensland - Getting a licence
SSAA SA - Obtaining a licence
SSAA Victoria - Become a shooter
SSAA WA - First time licensee

Get an introductory sports shooting pack

If you’re not already a SSAA member and would like to receive an information kit about the SSAA and recreational shooting and hunting activities, including some complimentary past issues of our magazines, please complete the following form.

National E-newsletter

The SSAA National E-newsletter is a subscription email service available FREE of charge to SSAA members. It includes current and upcoming news, views and events about firearms ownership, sport shooting and recreational hunting issues, important SSAA news, special offers and time-sensitive news.

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