What do I have to do to join a Club in South Australia ?
today 8, January 2020
Visit your local club. They will need to apply to SAPOL (SA Police) and you will usually need to supply references for you to be a member. You may need to do the SARPA Firearms Awareness Training Course (FASAT) before becoming a member or as soon as you join.
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The Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) has today announced that Shooting will be included in the Victoria 2026 Commonwealth Games event program. The International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) received confirmation that Shooting’s expression of interest (EOI) had been successful and that Clay Target (Trap), 10m Air Pistol, 10m Air Rifle (Small-Bore) and Para Shooting would be […]Read more…
Sometimes, we don’t always get to do everything we want to when we want to! We wanted to make sure that all those ‘special VOLUNTEERS’ who helped us with the ISSF State Championships, know that we appreciate your assistance greatly. The ISSF State Championships being held on the state range facility at BISC, means we […]Read more…