Welcome to S.S.A.A. (Qld) Inc.'s website.

The Sporting Shooters Association of Australia was established in 1948 in order to promote the shooting sports and protect firearms owners’ interests. Those roles remain the same today and with more than 65,000 members, the S.S.A.A. (Qld) Inc. is the premier body representing licensed firearms owners in Queensland.

This is Shooting - A reflection of who we are.

Positive interest in the shooting sports continues to grow and nearly 70 years since the formation of the SSAA, there’s much to be proud of. In this documentary-style video, filmed script-free on location at our gun clubs and on the land, several shooters share their experiences with shooting and what it means to them to be a shooter. The stars of the video - including a family of target shooters who call their club their second home, a past champion turned coach who also happens to be in a wheelchair, a keen international handgun competitor, and a farmer who manages pest animals to protect his livelihood - are real SSAA shooters and true reflections of the diversity and inclusiveness of recreational shooting and the SSAA today.

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Current Legislation

Make sure you know your legal responsibilities. We have the facts here.

Get Involved

Your local branch needs YOU! Get Involved Today. We are always on the look out for volunteers.

Welcome to S.S.A.A. (Qld) Inc.'s website.

The Sporting Shooters Association of Australia was established in 1948 in order to promote the shooting sports and protect firearms owners’ interests. Those roles remain the same today and with more than 65,000 members, the S.S.A.A. (Qld) Inc. is the premier body representing licensed firearms owners in Queensland.

This is Shooting - A reflection of who we are.

Positive interest in the shooting sports continues to grow and nearly 70 years since the formation of the SSAA, there’s much to be proud of. In this documentary-style video, filmed script-free on location at our gun clubs and on the land, several shooters share their experiences with shooting and what it means to them to be a shooter. The stars of the video - including a family of target shooters who call their club their second home, a past champion turned coach who also happens to be in a wheelchair, a keen international handgun competitor, and a farmer who manages pest animals to protect his livelihood - are real SSAA shooters and true reflections of the diversity and inclusiveness of recreational shooting and the SSAA today.

Read More...


Find Your Local

Looking for your local club or range? Try our new directory service.

Current Legislation

Make sure you know your legal responsibilities. We have the facts here.

Get Involved

Your local branch needs YOU! Get Involved Today. We are always on the look out for volunteers.

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Anti-gun propaganda has no place in mature firearms debate Anti-gun propaganda has no place in mature firearms debate SSAA statement on News...
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Minister declares communication channels open as NFA review continues Minister declares communication channels open as NFA review continues 6 April 2016 While...
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Latest News

Leyonhjelm urges shooters to arm themselves with the facts Leyonhjelm urges shooters to arm themselves with the facts 11 April 2016 New South...
11 April 2016
More detail
Anti-gun propaganda has no place in mature firearms debate Anti-gun propaganda has no place in mature firearms debate SSAA statement on News...
08 April 2016
More detail
Minister declares communication channels open as NFA review continues Minister declares communication channels open as NFA review continues 6 April 2016 While...
06 April 2016
More detail