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If you are a South African who lawfully owns a firearm, you are us... and we are you. We are the blanket organisation for all of the Provincial GOSAs, the Municipal GOSAs, and the Ward GOSAs. Our principles are simple: We strongly recommend reading and familiarising yourself with the and the Firearms Control Regulations, 2004, both available in the files section of the group, and all approved amendments.

If you are a South African who lawfully owns a firearm, you are us... and we are you. We are the blanket organisation for all of the Provincial GOSAs, the Municipal GOSAs, and the Ward GOSAs. Our principles are simple: We strongly recommend reading and familiarising yourself with the and the Firearms Control Regulations, 2004, both available in the files section of the group, and all approved amendments.
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South Africa

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If you are a South African who lawfully owns a firearm, you are us... and we are you. We are the blanket organisation for all of the Provincial GOSAs, the Municipal GOSAs, and the Ward GOSAs. Our principles are simple: We strongly recommend reading and familiarising yourself with the and the Firearms Control Regulations, 2004, both available in the files section of the group, and all approved amendments.

Twitter:

@gunownerssa

Language:

English

Contact:

+27832271409


Episodes

Common Misconceptions | 1-up, hollow points, S15 and S16

1/21/2019
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Welcome to Gun Talk. The GOSA (Gun Owners South Africa) podcast that answers your FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) relating to firearm ownership in South Africa. In this episode Paul Oxley (GOSA Chairman) will tell you more about common misconceptions, in particular: carrying 1-up, hollow point ammunition, how many rounds you can carry, and whether you can use a Section 15 or 16 firearm for self defence. If you are a South African who lawfully owns a firearm, you are us... and we...

Duration:00:08:59

How do I get a firearm? | Competency, Proficiency and Sections

1/21/2019
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Welcome to Gun Talk. The GOSA (Gun Owners South Africa) podcast that answers your FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) relating to firearm ownership in South Africa. In this episode Paul Oxley (GOSA Chairman) will tell you how the entire process of getting a firearm is supposed to work. He’ll also advise you on time-frames and what you should do and when. If you are a South African who lawfully owns a firearm, you are us... and we are you. We are the blanket organisation for all of the...

Duration:00:05:48

How long does it take to get my licence?

1/21/2019
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Welcome to Gun Talk. The GOSA (Gun Owners South Africa) podcast that answers your FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) relating to firearm ownership in South Africa. In this episode Paul Oxley (GOSA Chairman) will tell you more about how long you can expect to wait to receive your licence card. And what you should do if it’s delayed. If you are a South African who lawfully owns a firearm, you are us... and we are you. We are the blanket organisation for all of the Provincial GOSAs, the...

Duration:00:10:48

Is My Licence Valid? | Understand Firearm Licences

1/21/2019
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Welcome to Gun Talk. The GOSA (Gun Owners South Africa) podcast that answers your FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) relating to firearm ownership in South Africa. In this episode Paul Oxley (GOSA Chairman) will tell you more about white licences, green licences, old licences and new licences. He’ll also tell you which are legal (spoiler alert - Green is Gold! If you are a South African who lawfully owns a firearm, you are us... and we are you. We are the blanket organisation for...

Duration:00:03:14

Who is GOSA? What do you do?

1/21/2019
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Welcome to Gun Talk. The GOSA (Gun Owners South Africa) podcast that answers your FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) relating to firearm ownership in South Africa. In this episode Paul Oxley (GOSA Chairman) will tell you more about common misconceptions, in particular: carrying 1-up, hollow point ammunition, how many rounds you can carry, and whether you can use a Section 15 or 16 firearm for self defence. If you are a South African who lawfully owns a firearm, you are us... and we...

Duration:00:13:30