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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
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REMEMBER THE STORY about Peter, the NSW shooter who had his licence cancelled for simply showing it during a conversation at local store? If you haven’t seen it, then you should check it out. Click here to read the story – it will open up in a new screen so you can come back to […]
In this story, the NSC: retains the services of a second Barrister for legal actions it is taking and to help shooters in trouble; and publishes a new page on its website to help shooters who have had their licences suspended or cancelled. The NSC has made two changes to help shooters fight bad gun […]
The NSC has had its response to claims about the National Firearms Agreement made in several News Corp publications, published in some of them. Last month, several News Corp papers ran articles supporting the views of people who claim to be gun control researchers, that the states and territories had been dragging their feet on […]
A SIGNIFICANT NUMBER of shooters believe that we should be able to have firearms for self-defence. Even those who disagree couldn’t argue that there can be times when you need to be able to use a firearm to defend yourself. For example, when someone comes at you with a knife. The David Dunstan story […]