Sporting Shooters Association Of Australia (Victoria)

Shooting Ranges - Box Hill, VIC

The Premier Body Representing Licensed Firearm Owners In Victoria

Unit 3/ 26 Ellingworth Pde, Box Hill VIC 3128

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  1. About Us

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  3. FAQs

About Us

SSAA VIC currently has 17 branches and a large number of sub-clubs and disciplines within the organization.
The Sporting Shooters' Association of Australia (Victoria) was incorporated as a public company on the 1st of October 1973. We exist in order to promote the shooting sports and protect firearm owners' interests.

Rifle shooting:

Rifle shooting is one of the most multifaceted shooting disciplines. The SSAA caters for the casual weekend plinker to some of the most advanced benchrest competitors. We have special interest groups that cover topics as diverse as hand loading skills to hunting techniques.

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ABN
88 005 020 422
Established
1983
Also listed under
Guns & Ammunition, Pest Control, Shooting Clubs

Products and Services

Kind

Pistol, Rifle

Class

Gun Safety, Youth

Service Option

By Appointment

Assurance

Licensed, Registered

FAQs

  • Do I need to buy a firearm?

    It is not necessary for you to have your own firearm, however range officers will be able to answer any questions you may have on the type of firearm to buy and perhaps suggest a suitable dealer to buy from should you wish to invest in your own firearm. The Springvale Range is able to provide firearms for use on the range.

  • Am I able to get a receipt of application to progress with the firearm license application?

    Yes. We can provide you with a certificate of receipt of application for membership of the SSAA in order for you to progress with your firearm license application. Please contact the state office to do this.

  • What can I do with unregistered firearms?

    Unregistered firearms must be taken to a licensed firearms dealer or police station to be disposed of or held until they can be registered by a licence holder. If you already hold the required licence then the firearm simply needs to be registered under your name at a firearms dealer.