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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
Queensland Police have announced they have introduced a monitoring program to track gun thefts following the accidental release of shooters’ information. Or so they are saying. The data leak READERS will recall that earlier this year, Queensland Police accidently released the email addresses of over 500 shooters in the Moreton area. In the wrong hands, […]
– which they base on ‘could’, ‘may’, ‘potential’ and ‘assumption’ The NSC wrote to eight jurisdictional regulators about the policy rationale underpinning our appearance laws and has received seven responses back. Of those seven: Two jurisdictions offered explanations of why they have the laws; One jurisdiction showed it doesn’t even understand what its own laws […]
The Queensland registry is lobbying the Queensland Government to access to the Commonwealth’s MyHealth Records system to use the information it holds against shooters. Meanwhile, the New South Wales registry is duping our veterens into providing medical information in exchange for free firearm licences. Our advice is that: If you live in Queensland and suspect […]
In this story: A top end handgun gets stolen from a licensed shooter; Five years later, Queensland Police recover it from a crime and advise the owner he will be able to get it back after 3 months when they have finished using it as evidence; QldPol then deny knowledge of the gun – which […]
WALL OF SILENCE: Queensland authorities have gone to ground after being challenged to put in measures to monitor gun thefts after they accidently released confidential firearm registry information of over 500 people in the Moreton area. The list of identifiable email addresses was accidently leaked by Queensland Police in January, when ironically, it was advising […]
The NSC is pushing the Queensland Government to agree to monitor gun thefts to see if there is any increase in the theft rate following the recent mishandling of shooter licence information by Queensland Police. The NSC has written to Queensland’s Police Minister and Office of the Information Commissioner, in a move to hold Queensland […]
QUEENSLAND POLICE have compromised the security of firearms held by licensed firearm owners in the Moreton area, after sending an email out to licence holders reminding them of their responsibilities to keep their firearms safe after what they claim was a substantial number of firearm thefts. The email, which went to 528 recipients, was sent […]
SHOOTERS in Queensland will be going to the polls on October 31, although ‘early voting’ is open now. The NSC has this voting advice for shooters in Queensland, as part of our commitment to help shooters at every state, territory and federal election to work out who is safe to vote for. Parties to choose […]