Feeney v Qld Police Service (Weapons Licensing Branch) 2017 QCAT 203 is the latest in a line of cases dealing with the vexed question of possession of Category H licences by either farmers or those assisting farmers with pest extermination. Read more
Robert Borsak delivered a scathing speech in NSW Parliament on the conduct of the review of the NSW Firearms Regulation and the Weapons Prohibition Regulation
This document shows at best ignorance of, and at worst contempt for good governance, together with contempt for law abiding shooters in NSW.
A draft letter that you may like to share, modify and use to prepare a letter for your MP.
I was recently approached by a Queenslander who was cautioned on a firearms safety awareness course about the practice of Queensland Police treating a loaded magazine as a firearm. Can they do this? Do they do this?
What to do when a firearm owner dies or suffers dementia? The first thing to note is that there are particular provisions in most of the Firearms and Weapons Acts dealing with the death of a licence holder.
My awareness of the issue of firearms ‘appearing’ to be military firearms first became an issue in Western Australia about three years ago in respect to the Savage 110BA
Simon Munslow, solicitor, writer and our ‘Loose Cannon’ answers some questions sent in by the readers.
A Sydney man, has been sentenced to an additional two years’ jail over the possession of Swedish military rifle was identified in a photograph.
To me the ‘Nannyfication’ of Australia’s knife laws is a major irritation. I understand that knifings have become a problem in the community, but I cannot understand why the general population should have to suffer.
How public discretion is another tool that can be used against you.
I ask that at the moment we all take care to separate the individual from the problem, and treat staff with particular courtesy, and exercise patience.
Under what circumstances can a hunter shoot a target when on private land?
One of the concepts that shooters have a lot of difficulty getting their head around is being a ‘fit and proper person’.
Shooters Fishers and Farmers Party MLC Robert Borsak continued his attack of proposed changes to the National Firearms Agreement (NFA), hitting back at the absence of data security considerations.
Situations often arise following exchanges between duck hunters and protesters. The latter, who are often extremely anti-gun, and often react hysterically merely at the sight of a firearm