Melbourne Field & Game and Melbourne Gun Clubs are in the middle of formalising a new agreement, with Field & Game Australia chief executive Dean O’Hara taking the lead.
The two clubs have a long history with Melbourne Field & Game using the gun club’s shooting grounds for their monthly shoots.
Mr O’Hara and FGA chair Peter Hawker met with the clubs committees on Tuesday and are confident the clubs can work together in the future.
“We have a plan and are working together to rebuild relations and build an amicable future,” Mr O’Hara said.
“The Melbourne Gun Cub committee looks forward to working with Dean to resolve any issues going forward and implementing a new agreement in the future,” Melbourne Gun Club president Darryl Johnston said.