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.

http://www.sarpa.org.au/

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Update Grade Break Scores

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