2017 Victorian AU Shooting Industry Forum – Registration Now Open

Combined Firearms Council of Victoria: Raising, Dealing with Challenges.

2017 Victorian Shooting Industry Forum
2017 Victorian Shooting Industry Forum
Combined Firearms Council of Victoria
Combined Firearms Council of Victoria

USA -(Ammoland.com)- First of all, we in the AU are in for a big year. It’s full of challenges we’d rather not have, but we’ve also got the ability and capacity to deal with them.

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Don’t forget to forward this to a friend now! 2017 Victorian Shooting Industry Forum in April, so get ready for a busy, busy, busy 2017.

Now for the real news. We’ve just uploaded our latest promo for our forum: 2017 Victorian Shooting Industry Forum

Sat. 8 April 2017

10:00 am – 2:30 pm AEST

The 2017 Victorian Shooting Industry Forum is not only unique – it’s the only one of its type anywhere in Australia – but it’ll cover a lot of important challenges coming up this year. We’ll take you through the threat that the Great Forest National Park presents to all forms of hunting in Victoria, the new regulations coming up in Victoria which the government is trying to hide from us, and the aftermath of the decision to reclassify our lever-action shotguns.

Shooting in Victoria, AU?

Don’t miss this important event hosted by the Combined Firearms Council of Victoria.

Find out what’s happening in the political world affecting your sport, and how it affects you. Hear from industry leaders what the shooting community is doing to help keep you – and your fellow shooters – shooting.

The forum will cover key, topical issues such as the looming Great Forest National Park (which is a major threat to the ability to areas you will be able to go hunting), the aftermath of the National Firearms Agreement review and how we intend to approach the 2018 Victorian State Election.

Earlybird discounts are STILL AVAILABLE. To get your discount, enter “Earlybird” in the “Enter Promotional Code” area in the top right hand corner when the “Select Tickets” dialogue box opens up.

  • Where: Karralyka Centre, Mines Rd, Ringwood East
  • When: 10am – 2pm, Saturday 8 April 2017 (tea / coffee / lunch provided)
  • Cost: $33 with Earlybird discount ($38 full price).
  • Donations: Your donation helps us keep ticket prices down for other shooters. Click here to donate now.

These are all major challenges, but every one of them is winnable. While the stakes are high, we’ll be throwing everything we have at them through the rest of this year.

Ticket sales to the forum are nearing completion. If you haven’t got yours, get in quick by booking now by clicking here.

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Neil Jenkins
Secretary, CFCV

About Combined Firearms Council of Victoria:

The Combined Firearms Council of Victoria represents five of Victoria’s major shooting organisations – Field & Game Australia, Firearm Trades Association, Sporting Shooters Association of Australia, Victorian Amateur Pistol Association and Vintagers: Order of Edwardian Gunners.

For more information, visit: www.firearmscouncil.org.au.