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There are many organizations in Australia and internationally that support gun law reform. Check out their insightful resources.
Sporting Shooters Association of Australia (SSAA)
The Sporting Shooters’ Association of Australia (SSAA) was established in 1948 in order to promote the shooting sports and protect firearm owners’ interests. Those roles remain the same today, and with more than 175,000 members and 400 clubs, the SSAA is the premier sports shooting body representing licensed owners in Australia.
SSAA NSW: http://www.ssaansw.org.au/
Phone: 02 8889 0400
Fax: 02 8889 0442
SSAA VIC: http://www.ssaavic.com.au/
Phone: 03 8892 2777
Fax: 03 8892 2700
SSAA QLD: http://ssaaqld.org.au/
Phone: 07 3281 3447
SSAA NT: http://ssaa.org.au/northernterritory/ssaa-northern-territory-inc.html
SSAA SA: http://ssaasa.org.au/
Junior Vice President: firstname.lastname@example.org
SSAA WA: http://www.ssaawa.org.au/
Phone: 08 9497 7919
SSAA TAS: http://www.ssaatas.com.au/
Phone: 6249 9293
SSAA ACT: http://ssaa.org.au/act/ssaa-act-inc.html
General Inquiries number: 0423 043 663
Range Office phone number (02) 6241 7313
National Rifle Association Australia (NRAA)
Phone: 07 3398 1228
NRAA Phone Numbers and Contacts for all Member Associations & Clubs across Australia:
Firearms Owners Association of Australia
Phone 07 54 825070 / 07 5482 4099
NSW Amateur Pistol Association
Phone: 02 8736 1234
Law Abiding Firearm Owners Inc
On Twitter @lafo_aus
National Rifle Association (USA)
While widely recognized today as a major political force and as America's foremost defender of Second Amendment rights, the NRA has, since its inception, been the premier firearms education organization in the world. But our successes would not be possible without the tireless efforts and countless hours of service our nearly five million members have given to champion Second Amendment rights and support NRA programs.
National Rifle Association (UK)
National Rifle Association (NZ)
International Confederation of Fullbore Rifle Associations (ICFRA)
ICFRA is a confederation of independent autonomous national fullbore rifle associations and is the only World-wide body for the promotion of fullbore rifle shooting. It is the successor to the Palma Council. Its aims are set out in the Constitution and include the standardisation of fullbore rifle shooting rules and the promotion and control of international matches at World level.
The Dominion of Canada Rifle Association
The Dominion of Canada Rifle Association was founded in 1868 and incorporated by an Act of Parliament 63-64 Victoria Chapter 99, assented to July 7, 1900, to promote and encourage the training of marksmanship throughout Canada.
South African Bisley Union (SABU)