VICTORIA POLICE are trying to trip the NSC up a second time in the legal action it is taking against them for closing the state’s gun shops.

The Australian Institute of Criminology (‘AIC’) has recently produced a Firearms Report- something that it has unfortunately not done for quite a long time.

The KAP has blasted a change to Queensland firearms licence applications which could potentially see people with old speeding fines denied a gun licence.

Premier Mark McGowan has called for a wildlife officer who posed for photographs with big-game animals in Africa to be sacked, calling his actions "depraved, disgusting and disgraceful".

Due to the success of the feral pig program LLS will now be setting their sights on deer.

If this goes ahead it could spell the end of tahr hunting in New Zealand.

Keen bow hunter Chris Mcsherry has survived a water buffalo goring that required medivacing to a Darwin hospital.

A parliamentary inquiry will investigate the impact on Australia's wildlife of feral cats, which kill millions of native animals each day.

Victoria's brumby cull has been given the green light, but a cattleman has pledged to take his fight to save the horses to the highest court in the land.

Micro satellite technology is becoming a real option in the fight to track and monitor 160,000 feral buffalo roaming the Northern Territory.

Shooters are familiar with the case of the Riverina farmer who produced an unloaded .22 firearm when faced with home invasion and the hassles that he endured before his licence was reinstated.

The Greens want total eradication which would see a valuable resource lost and a viable industry destroyed.

The world has gone mad when Elmer Fudd and Yosemite Sam loose their guns.

It is the longest continuous fence in the world, and crucial to supporting and protecting the South Australian sheep industry.

Long time firearm industry supporter Senator Bridget McKenzie had her questions answered this week by The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA).

Protected wildlife killers have had their gear destroyed and have been issued a $6000 fine.