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"Mate I find all this very frustrating and seeing my lifestyle choices impacted (removed and restricted) every day by laws made by these kinds of people really annoys the heck out of me – especially so since I do not go out of my way to break the law or hurt or negatively impact on others.Honestly, I am sick of being dictated to by these immoral hypocrite Marxists; how I should live, what I can and can’t do, how I should morally think even."
–from a shooter just like you
Politics For Shooters - Providing Effective Representation
THE VICTORIAN FIREARM REGISTRY has chosen to link the issuing of infringement notices for non-firearm related matters to firearm licences, with the result that they have threatened firearm licence suspensions for unrelated matters. Matters such as copping speeding fines. The easiest way to avoid the fine is to back off on the accelerator. However, if […]
This is NSW Police’s new approach on firearm storage by those with ‘limited mobility’ and home carers: MEMO TO NSW POLICE:Please understand what discrimination is ONE OF THE GREAT THINGS about shooting is equality. Men, women, old, young, able-bodied and the disabled can compete on a level playing field – and without questioning ability. However, […]
THE NSC HAS OFFERED to work with the Shooting Industry Foundation of Australia (SIFA) on the recent announcement by FedEx / TNT Express that it will cease transporting firearms and ammunition in Australia. The news, which was first broken to the NSC through our industry channels, has also been reported on SIFA’s website which can […]
IN A MAJOR LEGAL BATTLE with WA Police, the NSC has scored a key victory in getting the Ruger PC Charger licensed in Western Australia. It is an outcome that we believe will pave the way for the gun to be able to be registered in NSW, TAS and South Australia, which are trying to […]