Singapore Shooting Association agrees to reinstate rifle body

The Singapore Shooting Association expelled the Singapore Rifle Association after a meeting in December 2016.
The Singapore Shooting Association expelled the Singapore Rifle Association after a meeting in December 2016.PHOTO: ST FILE

The Singapore Shooting Association (SSA) and Singapore Rifle Association (SRA) have finally reached a ceasefire, after the former held a 90-minute extraordinary general meeting yesterday.

The SSA and its ordinary members - Safra Shooting Club, Singapore Gun Club and Sporting Shooters' Federation - unanimously voted for the SRA to be reinstated as an SSA member, as long as it paid the annual $5,000 membership fee in compliance with its constitution.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on September 30, 2018, with the headline 'SSA agrees to reinstate rifle body'. Subscribe