Gun Law

Simon Munslow produces a three part article that breaks down the tedious application process of applying for a silencer.

The situation in Victoria continues to slip, and I sadly recently saw a sad example of an attempt at entrapment.

The P650 is a form that people without a firearms licence who wish to shoot on a range or undertake a Firearm Safety Awareness Course must complete before being able to do so.

I am meeting with Deputy Premier John Barilaro on 11 May 2018, and many of you have contacted me to ask what I intend to discuss with him.

On 17th April 2018 I attended a Firearms Registry Consultation evening at the Bicentennial Hall in Queanbeyan.

The NSW Firearms Registry is conducting a Regional Forum in Queanbeyan on 16 April 2018 at the Bicentennial Hall in Queanbeyan commencing at 5.30.

Suppressors have taken the shooting world by storm, and internationally it has become a popular accessory for target shooters and hunters alike.

The Court noted: It would be inconsistent with the spirit of s80(2) for the Minister in exercising power under this section to return them to the owner.

Sadly this is not the first time someone active within the sport has been singled out.

Digging by Tasmanian shooters revealed that the ban was recommended by four members of the TASPOL Firearms Categorisation sub-committee.

Shooters are often amazed when the unexpected activities of a petulant child undermine their sport.

Simon outlines ways to join the fight in defending your rights as a shooter.

Long delays are prima facie evidence of problems in the Registry that are suggestive of the need for an internal audit in order to ascertain if there are problems within the organisation.

When Police seize firearms, it can be quite difficult for people to get them back. Often Police seize firearms for 28 days if there is a suggestion of domestic violence.

This is every shooters fear. Police arrive to seize your firearms.