Fighting for Arms Rights and Preserving history
Today the society has more than 310 members.
SAHS is working for close co-operation and development both in internal and international legislation.
We are the official representative of Finland in FESAC, European collectors organisation.
Nordic collector organization's meeting was held in Ikaalinen, Finland. Nordic delecates with Fesac delegates in group photo ofter visiting 1st September SAHS Gun Show and auction.
The auction list (with lot/item numbers, starting and final prices and links to pictures) for our autumn auction 1st September has now been published.You can access it here: http://www.suomenasehistoriallinenseura.fi/en/auctions/fall-2018/
In Forgotten Weapons Ian McCollum interviews mr. Stephen Petroni, Fesac president. Interview took place in Jersey meeting in June 2018.
SAHS sent three person delegation to that meeting. Report of the meeting comes out in an article in the Ase-lehti, Finnish arms magazine.
SAHS organized artillery and tank auction in June 16th. After that, propably between 21. and 25.6, 37mm Bofors anti tank cannon was stolen from the original exhibition area.
This specific cannon was made under licence in Finland during Winter or Continuation War.
All information is welcome about this deactivated cannon. Please contact Finnish Police, tel +358 295 415 232 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org
The auction list for the autumn auction (2.9.2017, Ikaalinen, Finland) has been published.
You can find it here
Spring auction list has been published: http://www.suomenasehistoriallinenseura.fi/en/auctions/Spring2017/
We have also added pictures, and updated bidding numbers to picture descriptions.
The Conference organized by FESAC, AACTS, AMACS and Firearms United in Malta has attracted media attention – in addition to hall full of firearms enthusiasts and foreign guests from many organizations in Europe! The conference was held 7th January 2017 in Malta.
SAHS vice president Juhani Jokinen, our representative, 2nd row in the middle.
Nothing in the directive is yet settled, and even the trilogue is still formally ongoing before the parliament approves the current ”compromise”. Malta is in key position, because they are taking over EU presidency for the next six months and one of the more challenging areas is the new firearms directive proposal, so the conference was an excellent event, where the message from the shooters was sent to the authorities – loud and clear.