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  TOPICS AT THE MEETINGS OF THE AACS of AUSTRALIA   
     
  The meetings take the form of open discussion on antique arms and accessories brought along by members from their collections. These meetings are mutually beneficial and educational. Visitors are most welcome.  
       
  Sydney Monthly Meetings  TOPICS FOR 2017  
       
     JANUARY    Belgian, French and Austrian - their firearms and edged weapons, the comparisons          and legacies. Bring along your prized examples.  
     FEBRUARY    Double rifles, Cape guns, Drillings, Fine Double shotguns - all with the emphasis on,      but not limited to, English makers.  
     MARCH    Arms and equipment from the American / Mexican wars - American War of                    Independence - American Civil War.  
     APRIL    Blades and accessories of Indo / Asian - Persian - Islamic - Middle Eastern Origins.  
     MAY

   Society AGM + Topic of interest - Australian MARKED, MARKETED OR                    MANUFACTURED firearms and accessories.

 
     JUNE    Buy - Sell - Swap night + Topic of interest - British pre-WW1 military arms.  
     JULY

   Police and Cavalry firearms and accessories thru all eras

 
     AUGUST

   The 'RARE' and 'UNUSUAL' - not limited to firearms - any related subject

 
     SEPTEMBER    A 'Red Coat' talk on their arms and Governor Macquarie's legacy by guest speaker          Ron Ray - members are encouraged to bring and show their related collections of            the topic.  
     OCTOBER    American Old West and Civil War  
     NOVEMBER   "Isandlwana 1879 " a unique British defeat with Australian connections. Followed           by our end of year festive supper. Bring along your Zulu - York's Drift - Martini             weapons / memorabilia for discussion.  
     DECEMBER    No meeting will be held due to the date falling too close to Christmas day.  
       
 
 
 

 

COUNTRY CHAPTERS

Country chapters have also been set up to provide meetings for those living remote to the Sydney area. Please follow this link for details of who to contact in these Country Chapters.


 
 
 
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