• Support for the Recommendations for Recreational Hunting on Public Land
  • Greens-led Senate report on firearms violence overwhelmingly rejected
  • Send a Letter to the Minister of Police – Liza Harvey
  • Perth’s first SSAA Shot Expo a huge success!!

Welcome to SSAA WA .Inc

Welcome to SSAA WA .Inc

Welcome to the Sporting Shooters Association of Australia (WA) Inc. website. The SSAA (WA) Inc. is the largest organisation representing firearm owners in Western Australia. We promote a broad range of firearm sports at the local and state level through more than 60 clubs spread across WA and we're outspoken advocates for shooters' interests.

The following pages contain information about our clubs, as well as news on the ballistic sports in WA and issues affecting shooters. We hope you'll find the site helpful and informative. If you have any questions or would like additional information about the SSAA (WA) Inc. and its activities, feel free to contact any of the State Executive or your local club.

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Support for the Recommendations for Recreational Hunting on Public Land

Send a letter to the Minister of Environment - Hon. Albert Paul Jacob MLA, expressing your support for the recommendations for... Continue Reading

Express your concerns over the RSPCA WA’s latest Media Campaign

Send a letter to the President of RSPCA WA - Lynne Bradshaw, expressing your concerns regarding the latest media campaign against recreational... Continue Reading

Greens-led Senate report on firearms violence overwhelmingly rejected

The Sporting Shooters’ Association of Australia (SSAA) has received the 180-page Senate report issued today and notes that there is... Continue Reading

Send a Letter to the Minister of Police – Liza Harvey

Send a letter to the Minister of Police - Liza Harvey, expressing your concerns on the treatment of Firearm Owners in... Continue Reading

Perth’s first SSAA Shot Expo a huge success!!

The Perth SSAA Shot Expo is done and dusted and what a massive weekend!! Well over 10,000 visitors attended and... Continue Reading