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An email from Queensland Police that reminded firearms owners of their responsibilities to keep their firearms secure has compromised the security of the firearms.

February Sporting Shooter is another cracking read for hunters and tech buffs.

Grampians farmers are angered with a proposal that would see the re-introduction of dingos to areas that currently have livestock grazing.

It is conceivable that if this legislation, as currently drafted, could see an innocent NSW LAFO convicted for owning something like this.

Hunting has contributed a whopping $1.4 Billion to the New South Wales economy last year, eclipsing many other primary industries.

Now they have gone after a bloke who not only beat them on a previous stuff-up on their part, but they've come back for a second go.

The bad news for shooters is that there is going to be quite a bit of tightening up at the Registry in Queensland, so I, to ensure that you do not get caught out, use this as a warning to conduct your own compliance audit to ensure that you comply with the law.

Victorian Game Licence holders are enormous contributors to regional economies across Victoria. They hunt to spend time in places special to them and whilst doing this contribute huge dollars to struggling regional towns.

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Bumper harvests are providing pigs with perfect for conditions for a feeding and breeding frenzy. Local Land Services is urging landholders to ramp up their ground control of the pest.

Almost one in five Australians think introduced horses and foxes are native to Australia, and others don’t want “cute” or “charismatic” animals culled, even when they damage the environment.

Deer hunters spent 344,604 days out bush in Victoria and killed 173,000 deer a 43% increase from the previous year.

Northern Territory Cattlemen's Association CEO Ashley Manicaros said the alleged trophy killing re-enforced the need for a dedicated stock squad within NT Police.

The GMA are conducting helicopter surveys across Victoria to monitor the abundance of game duck populations, to help ensure duck hunting remains sustainable.

After completing the course, my only regret, not taking it a long time ago! The amount of ammo, range time and barrel life I would have saved would have covered the course costs many times over.

Victorian hunting could be turned upside down if the new Animal Welfare Act receives the changes that are being pushed from animal welfare and green organizations.