In some states including Queensland, shooters do not legally have to be vaccinated to attend a range and a range may allow non-vaccinated shooters to attend, potentially with additional social distancing requirements in place.

However, they do not have to allow non-vaccinated shooters to attend and are legally within their rights to restrict access to vaccinated shooters only. We know a number of ranges have chosen to do this, for various reasons. While we agree with the Government (in this instance!) that excluding unvaccinated shooters is unnecessary, Shooters Union respects the right of clubs to run their ranges as they see fit.

If you do face difficulties, then your options are to discuss the matter with the range/association, and either get vaccinated or find somewhere else to shoot if they refuse to change the policy.

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