What is the Shooter’s Gallery?
The Shooter’s Gallery is a special ‘classifieds’ section of the Australian Shooter magazine. It is intended to assist SSAA members in the occasional buying and selling of firearms, firearm parts, ammunition, shooting and hunting equipment and other items such as real estate.
SSAA Media & Publications provides this advertising service to members at a discounted rate compared to commercial advertisers who may put in small ads. Hobbyists (with a dealer’s license) are welcome to place ads and participate in continuous/repeat ads; however, their ads do cost slightly more than the normal discounted member ads.
View the current Shooter’s Gallery
You can view it digitally by downloading a pdf of the latest Shooter’s Gallery or alternatively, you can read it in the latest edition of Australian Shooter magazine.
Place an advertisement in the Shooter’s Gallery
Condition guide for firearms classification in the Shooter’s Gallery
SSAA National gives the following definitions that apply to the whole range of firearms and accessories advertised for sale in the Shooter’s Gallery:
SSAA Perfect (pc): Firearms or accessories that are new in every aspect.
SSAA Excellent (ec): Firearms or accessories that are in as-new condition. Used rarely, with no signs of marring on either wood or metal, the blued finish is perfect, except at the muzzle or on sharp edges.
SSAA Very Good (vgc): Firearms or accessories that are in perfect working condition, with no appreciable wear on working surfaces, no corrosion or pitting and only minor surface dents or scratches.
SSAA Good (gc): Firearms or accessories that are in safe working condition, with only minor wear on the working surfaces, no broken parts and no corrosion or pitting that will interfere with proper functioning.
SSAA Fair (fc): Firearms or accessories that are in safe working condition, but are well-worn, perhaps requiring replacement of minor parts or adjustments (which should be indicated). There should be no rust. There may be corrosion pits, but they should not render the article unsafe or inoperable.