Another day, another shooting in Melbourne: “A nightclub security guard is dead and another is fighting for life after a drive-by shooting outside a Melbourne club, with police determined to track down the offenders. Shots were fired from a passing SUV, hitting three security guards and
The glorious state of NSSRW delivers again. Not content with being probably the second worst state after WA for firearms laws, comes this latest exercise in collective punishment: “Shooters who fail to declare serious mental health issues will be weeded out and family law court proceedings
Gun City owner David Tipple has given his views on Jackboot Jacinda’s gun grab: Spot on. The only thing we disagree on is the statements on E Cat firearms – all vetted individuals should absolutely have access to these if they have the endorsement. We also
Among all the fake outrage about One Nation and the donations from the NRA that didn’t exist last week, came some wise words on firearms and freedom from Senator Fraser Anning: Spot on. David Leyonhjelm has also previously made similar comments. One only has to look
Bravo, Salvini: “The Italian Senate passed the new legitimate defence bill this week, liberalising the previous self-defence code and allowing citizens more options to protect their homes from burglars and other intruders. The reform, which modifies article 52 of the Italian penal code, now allows Italians
The NZ Labor government have decided they’d champion democracy and equality like they always do and initially offer a farcical 48-hour consultation period to firearm owners, before they use taxpayer money to steal their property: “Public submissions are now being called for Arms (Prohibited Firearms, Magazines,
Just a short time after the Christchurch massacre, Jacinda Ardern seems to have amazingly concocted legislation banning just about every type of firearm in a matter of days: “Police Minister Stuart Nash has introduced legislation changing firearms laws to improve public safety following the Christchurch terror
In the midst of the anti-gun propaganda blitzkrieg of the previous week, you may have noticed this release from SIFA: “Australian states and territories committed to enacting baseline firearms controls via the National Firearms Agreement 1996. The NFA was reaffirmed by all Australian jurisdictions in 2017.
What a surprise: “Neither Fatu nor Black Power’s O’Reilly hide from the fact their gangs have guns – some of them illegal. And neither is willing to concede they should turn them in after the Christchurch attack. “Will gangs get rid of their weapons? No,” Fatu
How to bankrupt and disarm a country in one hit: “The cost of New Zealand’s buyback scheme for newly banned semi-automatic weapons could balloon to $500 million, according to the Council of Licenced Firearms Owners (COLFO). That figure is more than double what the Government has estimated.