Rabid Roland and the 2.5 clowns at GCA at it again with this drivel in the Mercury: THE State Government has slammed a new poll showing 68 per cent of respondents oppose plans to change Tasmanian gun laws, believing they breach the National Firearms Agreement. The
With voters going to the polls in Tasmania and the Turnbull Government, with the help of the mainstream media, going all out to scare the public over reasonable changes to the firearm laws, there was another day of gun crime across the country. In the most
While another shooting unfolded in Melbourne, Malcolm Turnbull has pulled a John Howard and not so subtly warned the Tasmanian Government about it’s proposed changes to the Firearms Act. From DomainFax: “The Turnbull government has warned the Tasmanian Liberals it would not support any move to
Shot Show Day 3 The third day of the Shot Show falls on a Thursday every year, and is the last full day of walking mile after mile while you view product after product of the some 1600 plus exhibitors spread over 830 000 square feet.
Shot Show Day 2 – Mossberg & Beretta Maree Davidson, FOU US Correspondent. Day two of the Shot Show led the FOU US team all over the 830 000 square feet of convention, looking for products that were about to be launched in Australia, and products
Shot Show Day 1 Maree Davidson, FOU US Correspondent. As an Australian born and educated firearms enthusiast, ex police officer and firearms instructor, who has lived overseas for some twenty years, I walk into the Shot Show in my home city of Las Vegas, Nevada,
With yet another official firearms amnesty on the horizon, it seems prudent to bring forward a case that really makes us question the value of these amnesties. Following the COAG resolution to restrict the availability and use of handguns by sporting shooters in late 2002, a
Aren’t we glad we banned the 7 shot Adler to stop them falling into criminals hands? We’ve written extensively about the failure of the Daniel Andrews’ government crime policies since last September. An event like this was sadly always coming and they failed to heed the
The best way to save our sport and lifestyle, is to introduce people to it. Take some friends or co-workers out shooting. Keep it simple, keep it friendly, keep it safe.
Originally posted on September 11 2016 – FOU Facebook page. So this week we had ‘R U Okay’ day, a National suicide prevention strategy organised by a charity of the same name, and it got me thinking: There is still such a stigma on mental health