Firearm Owners United – Daniel Kuhl | You’re not tough for foregoing hearing protections Introduction to hearing damage The ability to hear sounds is an important one and contributes to shaping our perception of the world around us, however everyone is susceptible to the reality that
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
Australian firearm owners are very familiar with the phrase “Public Safety”. It’s usually bandied about whenever new restrictions are about to be imposed, or as an excuse for not removing laws that are not only unfair but lacking in evidence that they actually increase public safety.
Some positive news out of Queensland: “A Queensland tribunal has published a ruling that argues a state ban on firearm silencers “may be questionable”, amid concern from gun control advocates that strict laws are being undermined by an increasing number of legal challenges to licence decisions. In Queensland,
Jeff Bourman’s bill to have suppressors legalised in Victoria has been defeated after Labor, Liberal, the Greens and Nationals all teamed up to shoot it down. It gained support from Australian Conservatives’ Rachel Carling-Jenkins and James Purcell: Kudos to Jeff Bourman for the time and effort
In further evidence that mainstream media journalists are nothing more than wage slaves writing clickbait to generate ad revenue and support a failing business model, Tom Snowdon of the Courier Mail decided to continue this trend and launched a neurolinguistic attack on firearm suppressors: “A MAJOR
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
It keeps coming. Fairfax journalists Chris Vedelago and Cameron Houston, yet more household names when it comes to firearms expertise in this country, are the latest purveyors of anti-firearm agitprop by penning a poorly researched, contradictory and downright embarrassing piece dubbing firearm suppressors “deadly assassin’s tools”. It appears