Once you have served your probationary period and completed your minimum number of shoots, you can make an application to licence the firearm(s) through the Club.
You will be required to complete a Form One club firearm support document (after you purchase your handgun). The Club’s management will assess the application on the basis of its merit and upon a successful assessment, which will then be sent to the SSAA (WA) for their approval. A Form Two association support letter along with a Form One club support form will be mailed back to you in due course from SSAA.
You will be required to supply a firearm serviceability certificate (provided by the gunshop) number as part of the application, along with the Firearm Dealers number. You will be required to submit the following documents with you completed application.
Once you have all these documents, you attend an approved Australia Post office to lodge the application. You will need to provide 100 points of proof of identity. Driver’s Licence, Passport, Medicare card, a bill with your name and address. See Australia Post website for details.
The application process will undergo a twenty eight (28) day “cooling-off period” if you are a first-time licence applicant. You will be contacted by the firearms branch by mail or e-mail for your approval. You will then need to provide “safe-storage” facilities in order for you to licence your firearm. This usually involves purchasing and installing a gun safe that meets WA Police Firearms Branch requirements and providing further information to Police Licensing Services.
Once all these criteria have been satisfied and your application has been approved, you will be issued with a Firearms Licence with your firearm listed. This is presented at the dealer holding your firearm, together with sufficient photo identification, and your firearm will be released to you.
In order to maintain your firearms licence support you need to remain a financial member of Lone Ranges Shooting Complex and Sporting Shooters Association of Australia (SSAA).
You also need to satisfy a “minimum activity requirement” of one registered match shoot every eight (8) weeks six (6) times a year.
12 Months: $450.00
Renewal Fee for the following years:
12 Months: $360.00
6 Months: $200.00
3 Months: $110.00
- Club support for your handgun licencing process.
- One free training session with a .22 calibre firearm including 50 rounds of ammo.
- 50% discount on all our firearms to hire.
- $20.00 to shoot your own firearm.
- Shoot for free with your own firearm on Members Nights on Tuesday and Wednesdays between 4:00 PM – 5:30 PM (You are eligible for the Members Night once you complete the licencing process with us for your handgun).
$90.00 – (To be paid once only)
- Training with a free .22 calibre firearm with 50 rounds of ammo.
- $20.00 discount on all our firearms to hire.
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