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Legislation requires that people intending to join the Club need to complete a Safety Course run by instructors at Eastern Amateur.

The course covers Firearms Safety, theory and practical aspects of handling firearms related to Pistol Shooting .

Courses are run over a 10 week period on Sunday mornings or on a mutually agreed time with the instructors.

Once accepted for probationary membership to the Club new members will need to apply at their local police station to obtain clearance from the Registrar of Firearms prior to commencing any training.

When the Safety Awareness Course is completed satisfactorily the Club will notify the police for issue of the appropriate Firearms Licence. There is then a waiting period before any firearms may be acquired.

Members have access to further coaching within the Club and from affiliated groups for beginning and advanced competitive pistol shooting.

AFFILIATED ORGANISATIONS

  • South Australian Revolver and Pistol Association (SARPA)
  • Pistol Australia
  • Australian Shooting Association
  • International Shooting Union
  • International Shooting Sports Federation (ISSF)

LINKS

South Australian Revolver and Pistol Association (SARPA)
www.sarpa.org.au

Berri Pistol and Shooting Club
www.riverland.net.au/~bpsc

Sturt Pistol and Shooting Club
spsc.sarpa.org.au

Adelaide University Regiment Rifle and Pistol Club
aurrpc.org.au

Noarlunga City Pistol Club
users.picknowl.com.au/~ncpc

Adelaide Pistol and Shooting Club
www.apsc.org.au


ORGANISATIONS

Pistol Australia
www.pistol.org.au

Auspistol
www.auspistol.com.au

International Shooting Sports Federation
www.issf-shooting.org

Firearms Branch
www.police.sa.gov.au/sapol/services/firearms_weapons.jsp

Fisher Firearms
Norwood, South Australia
Ph: +61 8 83628977
Web: www.fisherfirearms.com.au

Adelaide Gun Shop
Adelaide CBD, South Australia
Ph: +61 8 82313570
Email: shotgun@senet.com.au
 
 
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