Sporting Shooters Association of Australia

Morinish Branch Inc. Q37

PO Box 9708, Park Avenue, QLD, 4701.

ABN - 74 001 776 794

Email: morinish@ssaaqld.org.au

Web-site:  www.ssaamorinish.org.au

         

 

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Welcome to the SSAA Morinish Branch Inc. Q37 web-site.

 

The SSAA Morinish Branch Q37 is a small club with a proud history.  SSAA Morinish Branch Q37 has firing rights at the Cawarral Shooting Range (402 Tookers Rd, Cawarral, Qld, 4703) and the Raglan Shooting Range (129 Hourigan Creek Rd, Raglan, Qld, 4697).

We shoot many different matches every month - refer to the Calendar.  Some of these matches - we call them disciplines - are  more popular than others, but this does not always relate to the degree of difficulty.  All have their own difficulties ranging from very small or moving targets to various distances to timed events.

Our Calendar is your first step. Choose which shoots to come to - you don't have to shoot at first. We are happy to have spectators but everyone must comply with the SSAA Range Rules, the Particular SSAA Discipline Rules  and Range Standing Orders.  Pets must be leashed and kept away from the firing line.

Everyone needs: ear protection.  Shooters also must have: eye protection and closed-in shoes.

Introduce yourself to the Discipline Captain - Range Officer 'RO'.

          

The 'RO' will ask you to sign the Range Register and complete any official forms and fees.  Photo ID will be required as part of the official forms.

   

The 'RO' will introduce you to members who can assist with teaching and use of their equipment. 

Shooting is strictly controlled by Laws, Permits and Rules including: the Weapons Act Range Approval & Conditions, SSAA Range Rules, the Particular SSAA Discipline Rules and the Range Standing Orders.

Beginners are expected to pay their Range Fee and reimburse the cost of ammunition used - just ask your support member.

Beginners who wish to obtain a firearm licence must undergo a firearm safety course specific for the type of firearm they wish to use. The club will advise on licensing requirements which vary depending on whether you wish to shoot: pistol, rifle, or shotgun firearms.  Generally speaking, you should be a member of an approved sports shooting club - such as ours - before you will be considered for a license.

If you wish to join our Branch, then refer to the Join menu.

 

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