With the bodies of the Sydney tragedy not even cold, Fake Professor Philip Alpers and Sam Lee attempt to cash in on another grave dancing opportunity: “Current and former spouses should be interviewed by police whenever people apply for a handgun licence and permit in NSW,
At a Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal hearing this week, we listened with interest as Police solicitors tabled a copy of the new National Firearms Agreement. They were trying to take pistols off a man who has safely used pistols to destroy feral pests for a
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
One of our fans has provided us with a look at their submission to Tasmania Police’s storage proposals: I write to express my objection to the new firearms storage proposals being put forward by Tasmania Police. In particular, I would like to address the absurdity of
After their efforts earlier in the year with an attempt at passing Military Appearance Clauses, Tasmania Police have again tried to force more unsubstantiated, non-evidenced based firearm regulations. Their target this time – handgun licence holders. The draft regulations from the Tasmanian Firearm Review were released.
Another day, another social media outrage. This time, firearm related. A Victorian Policeman was filmed shooting a presumably injured kangaroo on an inner suburban street in Mernda, Victoria a couple of days ago. As usual, Facebook court was in full session with triggered hardcore vegans, bored
With recent news that Bill Byrne MP has been moved on as Queensland Police Minister, we took some time out to ask some questions of the new Minister Mark Ryan. Dear Minister Ryan, Congratulations on your appointment as Minister for Police, Fire and Emergency Services. The
Working livestock on a large property can be a hard way to make a living. Thick scrub, rough terrain, long distances and wandering animals (wanted and unwanted) are a reality of life. Often enough, farmers, pest controllers and animal handlers need a compact, light, reliable repeating