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LATEST UPDATES FROM THE SHOOTERS UNION CAMPAIGNERS

LNP finally goes over the edge. Gel blasters today, NERF tomorrow?

Letter from Shooters Union President, Graham Park In the midst of a terrible drought across Queensland affecting their core support base as well as the massive social and business issues facing every Queenslander, Liberal National Party Queensland leader Deb Frecklington found a REALLY big issue for the state. She wants to BAN toy guns, yes you got it right, the ...

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Questions without Notice – Illegal Firearms: Queensland Parliament Hansard

Queensland Parliament Hansard – 23 August 2018 QUESTIONS WITHOUT NOTICE Illegal Firearms Mr WHITING: My question is to the Minister for Police and Minister for Corrective Services. Will the minister please inform the House of the action being taken to target illegal firearms and keep Queenslanders safe? Mr RYAN: I am very pleased to inform the House that just a ...

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Giving Statements to Police – The Loose Cannon

I spend a lot of time explaining to people why they should not make a statement to the Police. My advice is, that unless, like Sharon Stone’s character in the movie ‘Basic Instinct’, you have a degree in Psychology, and usually hidden charms that you can use to throw the interviewers off, I wouldn’t, and even then, for reasons other than ...

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Tasmanian Government Backflip

Please read the following statement written by Shooters Union Tasmania’s president, Alistair Shephard. “On behalf of law abiding firearm owners across the state, we are very disappointed to learn today about the Liberal Government’s decision to backflip on its election promise to make common sense changes to Tasmania’s firearms legislation. However, we are not surprised. “This backflip proves that politicians ...

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Gun lobbyists fire up at Tasmanian doctors over opposition to reform

Shooters Union Tasmania has labelled comments from a coalition of health professionals against the state’s proposed gun reforms “ill-informed emotionally charged hearsay.” Medics for Gun Control last month launched a campaign against the Liberals planned changes. The group includes health professionals who responded to the 1996 Port Arthur Massacre. Shooters Union Tasmania president Alistair Shephard said doctors should leave recommendations on firearm ...

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Shooters union says doctors should stick to health issues

Shooters union has hit back at a group of health professionals urging the Government to maintain the state’s gun control laws, saying doctors should stick to what they know. Shooters Union Tasmania president Alistair Shephard labelled the Medics for Gun Control campaign “ill-informed emotionally charged hearsay”. “While I have the utmost respect for our doctors, this is not their area of ...

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Another CAT H win in QLD. WLB overturned once again

Lever v Queensland Police Service (Weapons Licensing Branch) [2018] QCAT 225 (10 July 2018) Last Updated: 26 July 2018 QUEENSLAND CIVIL AND  ADMINISTRATIVE TRIBUNAL   CITATION: Lever v Queensland Police Service (Weapons Licensing Branch) [2018] QCAT 225 PARTIES: JOHN CAMPBELL LEVER (applicant) v QUEENSLAND POLICE SERVICE (WEAPONS LICENSING BRANCH) (respondent) APPLICATION NO/S: GAR327-17 MATTER TYPE: General administrative review matters DELIVERED ON: ...

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Complacency the loose cannon in firearm safety rules

Can you name the four basic rules of firearm safety? Before you’re tempted to read ahead, I’ll bet most of us can trot out the first two – treat all guns as if they’re loaded, and never point your weapon at anything you don’t want hurt. They’re familiar refrains from our childhood – dads instructing the younger generation to assume there’s always ...

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