Another fine waste of tax payer money. From news.com.au: “More than 60 airsoft guns that fire gel balls have been seized by Australian border officials, who also arrested a Perth man this week after searching his home. Border authorities intercepted 45 gell ball airsoft guns contained
Paging David Shoebridge. From NSW Police: “A member of the Comanchero outlaw motorcycle gang (OMCG) will face court today after an illegally imported Glock was located during a Firearm Prohibition Order (FPO) search in Sydney’s south. The State Crime Command Gangs Squad’s Strike Force Raptor are
Desperation stuff. Gun Control Australia spokesman Charles Watson gave an interview on the ABC this week on the national firearm amnesty. As usual, GCA were allowed to air their view unopposed, with no pro-firearm guest on to counter the myriad of farcical claims made by Watson.
It didn’t even take 10 minutes. On the first day of the National Firearm Amnesty, a Queensland gun owner has surrendered a Nerf Gun: What is interesting is that names and details are being taken (although it is standard procedure to do so when handing in
One week removed from Lesley Podesta’s disgraceful comments on firearm ownership, the Australian media have been in overdrive trying to desperately sell the national firearms amnesty this past week. Yesterday, both NSW Police and Malcolm Turnbull indulged in a spot of virtue signalling by both having
Michael Keenan announced today that there will be a three month national firearms amnesty where unregistered firearms could be handed in “no questions asked.” This is also in addition to the bomb amnesty that NSW Police announced just a few weeks ago. Yes, that’s a real
The Australian press has been on the offensive this week on an alleged seizure of more than 5000 illegal firearms destined for Melbourne. It is alleged that these were all due to arrive in Melbourne and then intended for national distribution. On Thursday, Justice Minister Michael
A read of the news the last week and you would think the streets were running with red tinged plastic. 3D printers have been the target of authoritarian bansturbators in Australia for some time now, but it appears just recently the narrative has stepped into overdrive.
What a time to be alive! Upset about the outcome of the National Firearms Agreement and Adler fiasco last week, Gun Control Australia and a cavalcade of irrelevant names decided to pen an emotive, void of fact letter in the most left leaning, anti-gun publication in
And here we go again. With the Law and Community Safety Council meeting later this week to see how much they can get away with in terms of changing the National Firearms Agreement, the next instalment of Adlergate erupted in Parliament. As Malcolm Turnbull grows ever