Try Shooting rules
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Legal requirements and identification.
If you are unable to meet any of these requirements, you will NOT be permitted to partake in the program on the day and you will forfeit your full fee.
Only persons 12 years of age or older are able to participate in the Try Shooting Program.
You MUST complete and meet all requirements of the NSW Police P650 declaration on arrival.
Pursuant to the Firearms Regulation 2006, you MUST bring the original proof of ID document, and it must be an acceptable form of photo ID (e.g. passport) to support your P650 declaration.
The photo ID must be the same type as what is on your P650 declaration.
All minors (persons aged between 12-17 inclusive) MUST be accompanied by their parent or legal guardian (as deemed by the court). The P650 Declaration must be completed by the minor and signed by the minor (Sections A, B & D).
The minor’s parent or legal guardian MUST sign the NSW Police P650 declaration (and thus consent to the minor possessing or using a firearm; Section C).
The minor’s parent or legal guardian MUST bring an acceptable form of photo ID (e.g. passport) along with the minor’s birth certificate OR passport AND the minor’s current medicare card.
If you are from overseas, you MUST bring your passport – no other identification, with a photo or not, can be accepted.
Range Officer’s decision is final – no refund and no transfers can be provided.
If you have not met the legal requirements (above) before the start time of the Try Shooting session, you will not be permitted to participat.
Dress and behavioural codes
Alcohol is prohibited. Additionally, please do NOT consume prohibited drugs or medication that will impede your judgement before shooting.
Participants will NOT be allowed to shoot if they are under the influence of alcohol, prohibited drugs or medication that impedes judgement.
Alcohol/drugs/medication and shooting don’t mix!
Secure footwear MUST be worn (no bare feet, thongs or sandals allowed).
Due to safety reasons low cut apparel must NOT be worn.
You agree to/for your child/ward to attend the Centre/program and to undertake all activities and/or to participate in the Program.
In the case of an emergency, you authorise Office of Sport staff, where it is impracticable to communicate with you, to arrange for you/your child/ward to receive such medical or surgical treatment as may be deemed necessary.
You also undertake to pay or reimburse costs which may be incurred for medical attention, ambulance transport and medication for you/your child/ward incurred while participating in activities, or attending the Centre/enrolled in the program.
You understand that although the Office of Sport and its service providers attempt to minimise any risk of personal injury within practical boundaries, accidents do happen and all physical activities carry the risk of personal injury.
You acknowledge that there is an inherent risk of personal injury in physical activities that will be undertaken at the Centre as part of the Program and you accept that risk.
You release and indemnify the Office of Sport, the Minister for Sport and the New South Wales Government and its/their officers, servants, agents and service providers from and against all actions, suits, claims, demands, proceedings, losses, damages, compensation, costs, charges and any expenses whatsoever arising directly or indirectly out of any personal injury and/or loss of any description whatsoever and howsoever caused which I or my child/ward may suffer or sustain in the course of or consequent upon my or my child’s/ward’s participation in any activity at the Centre.