You may have a seen a meme recently courtesy of the gents at Aussie LAFO Memes, discussing the hypocrisy of Queensland Police Commissioner Ian Stewart calling for further bans on firearms while at the same time wanting semi-automatic rifles for Queensland Police. Commissioner Stewart took exception
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
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
De ja vu. One week removed from criminal Rick Maddison acquiring what appeared to be a full automatic firearm and killing a Queensland Policeman, a criminal in Melbourne has done similar. Yacqub Khayre, a Somali refugee turned hardened criminal, acquired an illegal firearm (alleged to have
Rebecca Peters reared her head in the Australian media last week on the back of accepting an Order of Australia for her work on gun control. Peters had taken time off from her work in Guatemela to accept the award. Considering it is ranked 10th worldwide
For the 2nd time in four months, Australian firearm owner details have been leaked to the public due to bureaucratic incompetence. In contrast to the incident in Victoria just recently, Service NSW have sent firearm licences to the wrong addresses. From the Daily Telegraph: “WEAPON stores
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.
Following on from our look at the “new” National Firearms Agreement released on Friday, we said there were a few more things needing clarification. One of them was regarding hand guns. Well, we had a look again and sure enough we found something that is already
In true government style when no-one was paying attention on a Friday afternoon, the ‘new’ National Firearms Agreement was released by the Attorney General’s office on Friday. The review took two years, wasted a ton of public money, took no intentional public consultation other than an