ADVOCATING FOR THE SPORT OF AIRSOFT IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA

We are a not-for-profit, community group advocating for the legal acceptance of the sport of Airsoft in Western Australia.

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Our Objectives

  • Public education and promotion of the sport of Airsoft as a safer, cheaper and more convenient alternative to paintball and practical shooting;
  • Advocate for the legal acceptance of Airsoft as a competitive sport in Western Australia;
  • Development and enforcement of rules for regulating the sport of Airsoft for safety, competitiveness and enjoyment purposes.

The Club has no associations with firearm owner groups, firearm lobbyists or their supporters, nor expresses any opinions of their activities.

NEWS FEED

Toady we attended the Federal Firearms Community Consultation meeting organised by Jason Wood MP.

We provided a brief overview of the sport and Senator Bridget McKenzie, VIC expressed her support for the sport of Airsoft.

Together with the other stakeholders in the meeting we have been invited to make a submission for the amendment of the Customs (Prohibited Imports) Regulations 1956. Assistant Minister Jason Wood MP is looking at amending the regulations towards the end of the year or early 2021.

We asked if the submissions are limited to the participants that attended the meeting or are open to all interested parties. If we receive a positive response, or the invitation is made publically available we shall let you all know.

We are celebrating the great success we have had today and are hoping for great outcomes to soon eventuate for the entire Australian Airsoft community! ... See MoreSee Less

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3 weeks ago

Western Australia Airsoft Club, Inc.

Following numerous lobbying efforts undertaken by the Club and Aaron Stonehouse MLC, we've been invited by Hon. Jason Wood MP, Assistant Minister for Customs, Community Safety and Multicultural Affairs to attend the next Firearm Community Consultation Meeting on the 15th September 2020, where the sport of Airsoft is on the agenda.

The Customs (Prohibited Imports) Regulations 1956 which currently ban Airsoft in Australia are within Mr. Wood's portfolio.

This is a massive success as the sport of Airsoft will be benefiting from a second look (hopefully unbiased), 23 years after it was first banned. Whatever changes are made to the Customs Regulations will benefit the whole of Australia, not only WA.

Whether you live in the constituency of La Trobe, Victoria or not, please send your appreciation to Hon. Jason Wood MP (jason.wood.mp@aph.gov.au).

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