We have recently had some extremely concerning news reach our ears from senior Liberal sources, that the Liberal party in Victoria at present is seriously considering adopting an ‘amend but not oppose’ approach to the Duck Hunting Ban Bill that has been introduced from Andy Meddick
A 24 hour stand-off between Queensland Police and a known criminal has resulted in a Policeman being killed with a full auto firearm near Adare in Queensland. Senior Constable Brett Forte was gunned down by reknown criminal Rick Maddison when Forte attempted to stop Maddison’s vehicle.
Rebecca Peters reared her head in the Australian media last week on the back of accepting an Order of Australia for her work on gun control. Peters had taken time off from her work in Guatemela to accept the award. Considering it is ranked 10th worldwide
You thought the kangaroo sterilization program was a farce? The infamous trial to use dingos equipped with 18-month suicide collars to eliminate feral goats on Pelorus Island near Townsville has backfired. Colour us surprised. The Courier Mail reports: “Two killer dingoes released on to a pristine
The ACT government has revealed that a recent trial sterilization program to attempt to stem breeding of kangaroos within the state has cost $612,000 to date with only 135 kangaroos sterilized. That’s approximately $4,500 per kangaroo. From the article: “The trial was announced by then minister
As the fallout from the Adler disaster continues, one thing Law Abiding Firearm Owners and the public can (hopefully) learn from the entire debacle is the true colours of the major political parties were shown. Yet again. As the saying goes “Fool me once shame on
The .250-3000 Savage The .250-3000 Savage cartridge was released in 1915 in Savage’s famed model 1899 hammerless lever action rifle. It was the first commercial cartridge to attain a velocity of 3000fps. It accomplished this with an 87-gr bullet. The reasons for its success were easy
One thing I have said for a number of years now is that the disconnect between city and country has grown so wide that you could almost describe it as chalk and cheese. Those in our rural and farming areas know that not much has changed