The Australian Shooters Journal, or simply ASJ, is a political-oriented supplement to the monthly Australian Shooter magazine. Published periodically and released to all SSAA members, it focuses exclusively on the legislative, licensing and lobbying issues that concern Australia’s firearm owners.

The ASJ brings a range of political, economic, social and environmental issues to the fore and enables sporting shooters and recreational hunters to make informed decisions on the issues that concern them.

  • Volume 3: Issue 2

    Volume 3: Issue 2

    • Self defence – how far can you go? by Tony Warner
    • Arming yourself with words – Part 3 by Gary Fleetwood
    • Import update – firearms imports by Paul Peake
    • Bound for Broken Hill by Gary Fleetwood
    • Web site success
    • The Bradbury Collection
    • For-Employment by Paul Peake
    • The continuing British farce by Colin Greenwood
    • Olympian turned politician
    • Australia warms up to winter biathlon
  • Volume 3: Issue 1

    Volume 3: Issue 1

    • Learn to lobby by John Coochey
    • Deceased estates, firearms and the law by Paul Peake
    • NSW pistol affiliation update
    • Arming yourself with words – Part 2 by Gary Fleetwood
    • 'Brady Bill' failure by Paul Peake
    • Reflections on the Schuller thesis by Dr Paul Hopwood
  • Volume 2: Issue 5

    Volume 2: Issue 5

    • Arming yourself with words by Gary Fleetwood
    • New pistol regulations by Paul Peake
    • Animal liberation and Lord Howe Island by Terry Shulze
    • Talk is cheap by Paul Peake
    • 28 Days
    • Proven ineffectiveness
    • The politician’s guide to the gun control issue by Michael Brown
  • Volume 2: Issue 4

    Volume 2: Issue 4

    • Have gun will travel by Gary Fleetwood
    • When facts lie by Paul Peake
    • Licensed shooters vindicated by Paul Peake
    • The journalist’s guide to gun violence coverage by Professor Michael Brown
    • Gun buy-back a total failure by John Coochey
  • Volume 2: Issue 3

    Volume 2: Issue 3

    • Abusing government resources by Paul Peake
    • Over the hill by Pino Saccaro
    • Britain’s handgun ban by Colin Greenwood
    • Genuine reason special need – the essential hurdles to firearm ownership by John Schuttloffel
    • Wise words – Part 1 by Gary Fleetwood
  • Volume 2: Issue 2

    Volume 2: Issue 2

    • Out of step by Patrick Hewiett
    • Taking the heat out of dealing with the media by John Coochey
    • Grassroots campaign – sowing the seed for a firearms’ future
    • Lies, damned lies and pollie speak by Paul Peake
    • Out past the fringe by Paul Peake

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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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