NSW Farmers show support for the reclassification of Adler shotgun
Simone Norrie representing the NSW Farmers lobby group showed her support for the reclassification of the Adler shotgun from Category A to B in this weeks The Rural publication.
Simone stated “There’s been no meaningful reform achieved from either side of the debate for the past fortnight.”
“The focus of the recent state and Commonwealth discussions has been around a proposal to reclassify the five shot capacity Adler from Category A to Category B and the seven shot Adler (currently banned) into Category D. NSW Farmers would support this”.
“If the seven shot were the be reclassified as Category D – and the ban lifted – there would need to be a serious conversation with the NSW Government about how farmers who need Category D firearms can actually get access”.
“We’ve approached Deputy Premier Troy Grant about access to Category D weapons. NSW Farmers received assurance this would be open for discussion in the New Year”.
Simone Norrie is the South West Regional Services Manager for NSW Farmers. You can contact Simone on 0427 773 495 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Her south-west region stretches to Hay and Griffith in the west, down to the Victorian border (including Leeton, Narrandera, Coleambally, Jerilderie, Berrigan, Bunnaloo and Deniliquin) and Wagga up to Gundagai and down to Albury (including Tumut, Lockhart, Urana and everywhere in between).