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Opinion Editorial: Self defence vs Firearm legislation

This video is in response to a recent article that featured in the Border News regarding a home owner’s response to an attempted home invasion at Bungowannah at 3.30am by an 18 year yearold man armed with a knife and a piece of wood. The full article is available here.   The purpose of this video is to discuss self-defense ...

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Bulletpoints Interview with Luke Brown

Bullet Points is your first source for firearms news and information in Australia. Luke catches up with our friends from LAFO Inc. Talking to the President Chris Howard about the shear incompetence of the Labor party in Queensland, and we discuss One Nation and many other things with the Vice President of the Shooters Union, David Brown.

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Katters Australian Party wants to abolish gun registration

Bob Katter took part in a recent western shoot at the Mareeba SSAA range. He joked that this might be the best way to bring the banks into line. Bob says KAP is the only party in Queensland that wants to do away with firearms registration which has been a long-held policy. Bob spent some time shooting at the range with pistol, ...

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Important: Check your gun storage complies…

Here’s a little trap for the unwary. A handgun licence holder has advised us he was recently broken into and his firearms, 13 rifles and 4 pistols, stolen. He was storing all of his firearms in a safe weighing 410 kg bare, not bolted down because he considered the weight of the safe to be sufficient in itself, according to ...

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New Gun Laws leave successful Ipswich Club in Limbo

THE competitive future of an internationally successful Ipswich club is in limbo under the revised 2017 National Firearm Agreement (NFA). That is the view of Ipswich Pistol Club committee member and licence firearm instructor Scott Geelan, who is keen to receive further clarification on how the agreement will affect shooting clubs. “There are so many grey areas,” Geelan said. “There ...

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Firearms agreement hits wrong target: shooters

RECREATIONAL shooters have hit out at the State Government’s lack of consultation in adopting new provisions under the National Firearms Agreement. The Federal Government reviewed the NFA which was initially drawn up in 1996, making a number of changes which the Shooters Union of Queensland fear will increase regulation and restrict gun ownership. SUQ director Jan Linsley said the impacts ...

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Queensland sporting shooting clubs to close under National Firearms Agreement

Up to 80 per cent of Queensland’s sporting shooting clubs may be forced to close under the revised 2017 National Firearm Agreement (NFA) which requires people seeking firearm licences to belong to ‘approved clubs’, according to the Shooters Union Australia. Shooters Union Australia President Graham Park said the NFA, which the Labor Palaszczuk Government had signed up to, deemed ‘approved ...

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