It has come to our attention that the New South Wales Firearms Registry has decided of their own volition to attempt to revoke the NSW Club approvals of all interstate shooting clubs. In years past because of the nature of border communities many people live near
New South Wales’ Parliament is currently taking community submissions for the upcoming Firearms and Weapons Legislation Amendment (Criminal Use) Bill 2020. You can find details on it here. Whilst presenting itself as a bill designed to assist law enforcement tackle illegal firearm manufacture by creating new
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.
Serial anti-gun offender Nick O’Malley has penned this diatribe from former NZ Police Minister Judith Collins: “A New Zealand MP and former police minister has told the National Rifle Association to “bugger off” out of the nation’s affairs as it prepares to introduce sweeping gun law reforms.
NSW seems to be neck and neck with WA for worst rulings on firearm laws in the country. This from the SMH last week: “However, in a recent ruling, Dr Juliet Lucy wrote: “I am not satisfied that recreational hunting requires the possession or use of
This week’s edition of “who are you and why do we care what you think about firearms” comes to us from Sky News’ mouthpiece Rita Panahi: “But according to police Edward’s crime was carefully planned for months with the 68-year-old financial planner obtaining a firearms license
In the wake of the Sydney double shooting which claimed the lives of two teenage children, there has been a new wave of unnecessary cheerleading for more gun control. This latest hysteria, led by both the Fairfax and Newscorp commentariat, is arguing for such measures as
Right on cue, a slew of journalists, politicians and hack lobbyists have used the murder of two teenage children in Sydney as an opportunity to shill for “muh more gun laws”: “The shooting followed an ongoing divorce and custody dispute between Mr Edwards, 68, and his