Membership

Membership Fees

  • Our annual membership fee is $60 per year. Membership for Juniors is free.

  • Fees are normally due at the Annual General Meeting on the fourth Sunday in June, but new members pay a pro-rata rate when they join. Our Treasurer will advise what membership fee applies during the joining process below. 

  • You'll also need a range pass for the SSAA Majura complex. If you don't have one don't worry - you can pay with your membership fee (and pro-rata rates also apply for new joiners). Range passes cost $60/year, $30/year for pensioners, or $75/year for a family. 

How To Join Us

  • Attend an MFC introductory shoot for the sub-discipline you are most interested in - booking is essential by emailing mfc.ssaa.act@iinet.net.auNote that all introductory shoot places for pistol have been filled for the first half of this year and no bookings will be taken until at least Jun 2022.

  • Join the SSAA, if you are not already a member. You must remain a member of the SSAA to be in MFC. You can join the SSAA online at  www.ssaa.org.au/members/membership/.

  • Email mfc.ssaa.act@iinet.net.au to request a membership form. If you wish to shoot pistol, your email should also request to register interest in the H Class probationary course.  Please note that all H class courses are full until late 2022, but you can still shoot rifle until then. In your email you should include the following:

    • Specify when you did your introductory shoot

    • Specify SSAA membership status

    • Advise if you already have a range pass - if not advise if you qualify for a concession or wish to purchase a family range pass

    • Advise if you already have an A/B (rifle) licence

  • Fill out and return the MFC membership form. Once we get your form, we'll let you know what the fees are for the remainder of the financial year.

  • Pay MFC membership (and range pass if not already held). Note that potential pistol shooters will not be allocated a place on the H Class probationary course or be allowed to attend an initial "safe handling" shoot (NSW residents only) unless you are a current financial MFC member.

 

If you do not have a firearms licence, we can help you obtain one. 

 

If you have questions, please contact the Discipline Coordinator Ian Jimmieson via email mfc.ssaa.act@iinet.net.au or 0407 397 317.