The Victorian Shooter magazine is produced and published by the Sporting Shooters Association of Australia (Victoria). The bi-monthly electronic publication is designed to promote sports shooting as a safe, fun and inclusive sport, while advocating for the interests of firearms users. Articles featured in the magazine promote the safe handling and use of firearms, and ethical hunting.
The magazine provides news articles on political issues affecting firearms users, technical articles on the operation of firearms, hunting-related stories, product reviews, updates on current SSAA operations, sub-club and branch news, and upcoming and past events. Story ideas are welcome, as are photographs of members on hunting trips or at the ranges.
Who reads the Victorian Shooter?
The Victorian Shooter magazine is available to all 36,000 SSAA Victoria members. The electronic copy is emailed to members and available on the website. Member surveys show that the Victorian Shooter magazine is widely read among the membership base and is where the majority of members look for SSAA news.
Victorian Shooter editions
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|December||Vic Shooter Vol 18 No 6|
|October||Vic Shooter Vol 18 No 5|
|August||Vic Shooter Vol 18 No 4|
|June||Vic Shooter Vol 18 No 3|
|April||Vic Shooter Vol 18 No 2|
|February||Vic Shooter Vol 18 No 1|
|December||Vic Shooter Vol 17 No 6|
|October||Vic Shooter Vol 17 No 5|
|August||Vic Shooter Vol 17 No 4|
|June||Vic Shooter Vol 17 No 3|
|April||Vic Shooter Vol 17 No 2|
|February||Vic Shooter Vol 17 No 1|
Advertising in the Victorian Shooter
Advertising is available for each magazine and is subject to space availability at the time of booking. The Advertise in the Victorian Shooter page offers information regarding advertising prices, deadlines and artwork requirements. Anyone members wishing to advertise goods in the magazine can do so by contacting the State Office on 03 8892 2777.