Transferring in to the SSPC / Existing Licensed Pistol Shooters

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Transferring into SPSC or already licensed pistol shooter?

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Joining SSPC is as easy as;

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A. If you already have a Victorian General Category Handgun Licence and are a member of another approved handgun club,

  1. Complete the Membership Application form,
  2. Include a copy of your current Gen Cat H Licence,
  3. Include a “letter of referral” from your existing club,
  4. Include a copy of your SSAA membership card / or join SSAA and include a copy of your receipt,
  5. Include a copy of your originating club Handgun Safety Awareness Course Certificate,
  6. OR, those without a copy are required to complete the SSPC Handgun Safety Awareness Course, then submit a copy of their certificate with the membership application.

.Book Online  (Make sure to choose the Handgun Safety Course)

Each shooter will also be required to complete all and supply a record of SSPC Level 1, 2 and 3 shooter competencies to ensure a minimum of basic shooter safety and knowledge is established.

To obtain a copy of the competencies, please email  info@sspc.org.au

We also welcome shooters from other clubs as visitors and for all attending requirements, please pre-email info@sspc.org.au

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B. If you already have an Australian interstate handgun licence,

  1. Complete the Membership Application form,
  2. Include a copy of your current Handgun Licence,
  3. Include a “letter of referral” from your existing club,
  4. Include a copy of your SSAA membership card / or join SSAA and include a copy of your receipt,
  5. Advise Victoria Police, Licensing & Regulation Division that you intend transferring into Victoria, and confirm current registry requirements
    1. – by email to:  licensingregulation@police.vic.gov.au
    2. – by post to:    Licensing & Regulation Division, GPO 2807, Melbourne 3001.
    3. – by phone:    1300 651 645
  6. All interstate prospective members are required to complete the SSPC Handgun Safety Awareness Course, then submit a copy of their certificate with the membership application.

.Book Online  (Make sure to choose the Handgun Safety Course)

Each shooter will also be required to complete all and supply a record of SSPC Level 1, 2 and 3 shooter competencies to ensure a minimum of basic shooter safety and knowledge is established.

To obtain a copy of the competencies, please email  info@sspc.org.au

We also welcome shooters from other clubs as visitors and for all attending requirements, please pre-email info@sspc.org.au

D. If you are a licensed international shooter and would like to tour/use our facilities, please make contact with us prior to your visit via email to:  info@sspc.org.au

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