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Licensing

  • Firearms Registries

    Each Australian state and territory has different laws and regulations concerning the storage and transportation of firearms and ammunition. To familiarise yourself with the requirements for your area, including the various Firearms Acts and Explosives Acts and information about fees, licences, registrations or prohibited items, contact your local firearms registry. Fire...

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  • Storage

    The security of each firearm is up to the individual in possession of it, but it is up to everyone to do the right thing. The following information will help you with the means to legally store and secure your firearms and ammunition when at home or in transit.Secure Your Gun, Secure Your SportTo create greater safe firearm storage awareness among SSAA members and the wider sp...

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  • Importation

    Importing or exporting firearms in AustraliaMost firearms, ammunition and related components require permission in order to be imported or exported in Australia. The Australian Border Force (formerly the Australian Customs and Border Protection Service) can assist you in determining which authority you need to contact to obtain the relevant permission to import or export these i...

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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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