Police are investigating a third bikie gang shooting in two days.
A number of shots were fired at the Hells Angels clubhouse in Seaford last night.
It comes a day after two premises linked to a Hells Angels member were fired on at Dandenong and Hallam.
Police say high powered military style weapons such as AK 47s and M1 carbines and explosives are being used in some of the attacks.
These latest shootings come as Victoria Police will be given the power to remove fortifications from outlaw motorcycle gang clubhouses.
The powers will come into effect from Sunday.
Police will be able to go to court to get orders to forcibly remove physical barriers and closed circuit TV systems.
The Attorney General, Robert Clark, says it will give police the advantage in their crackdown on outlaw motorcycle gangs.
"Fortifications are used to delay and to prevent entry, to threaten and booty trap the police and other law enforcement authorities," he said.
"If these fortifications can be removed, it will strip a layer of protection that these gangs have, make it more easy for police to enforce and uphold the law."
Acting Deputy Commissioner Steve Fontana says he hopes the laws will help get a number of cases before the courts in the coming weeks.
"We've already started working up affidavits to go to court so we'd hope that within a week, maybe two weeks, that we'd be ready to start the process rolling," he said.