How to get your firearm license in Victoria Below is a simple step by step process to getting your standard category A/B firearms licence in Victoria. (Category A/B outlined at the bottom of the page) New Applications Step 1a. Genuine Reason. There are 2 main reasons
Getting your Firearms license in Tasmania Step 1. Establishing a genuine reason The simplest way to establish a genuine reason to own a category A/B firearm is to either/both be a financial member of a shooting club or have permission to hunt or perform pest control
How to apply for a firearms licence in Western Australia Below is a simple step by step process to getting your firearms licence or additional firearm added to your existing licence. New Applications Step 1. Genuine Reason. Generally speaking there are only two commonly used genuine
Re-posting from the Shooters and Fishers Party’s facebook page. BREAKING: A recent systematic review study has showed that there has been no impact on firearm homicide rates from John Howard‘s firearms laws. None. You can read the article yourself here: http://doi.org/10.1016/j.avb.2016.03.012 The article by Samara McPhedran
Surprise surprise, John Howard has been quite busy in the lead up to the 20th anniversary of Port Arthur. Fuelled by his rampant holophobia, Mr. Howard recently sat on the graves of the dea- sorry, the panel of SBS’s Insight, to forward his opinion that guns are
Here is the first of our politically-themed posts, in the lead up to the federal election. This is a post describing how a bill passes through Parliament in Australia. We will use a hypothetical example relevant to firearms owners. We’ve kept it simple to avoid boredom.
In this format, we will put up each letter written to the various authors or articles, and anti-firearm hit pieces on TV, such as sunrise. We shall also publish the letters we send to politicians. Like so: We have responded to the Sydney Morning Herald’s James
We are always happy to publish opinion pieces. This is one such piece. The human right to self-defence As an Australian ask yourself the question, “do I have the right to self-defence?” Well, the answer is yes, no and maybe. It all depends on what