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LATEST UPDATES FROM THE SHOOTERS UNION CAMPAIGNERS

Toy gun ban LUDICROUS and must be rejected

MEDIA RELEASE Calls to restrict toy guns in Queensland are ludicrous and represent a thought bubble that needs to be popped immediately, the country’s pre-eminent pro-firearms peak body says. Police Minister Mark Ryan has stated he has raised the issue of restricting gel blasters – which are legally toys and incapable of hurting anyone – with the state’s Police Commissioner ...

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Reminder to Journalists regarding Darwin Shooting Incident

With reports of the multiple killings in Darwin, at least some of which involved a firearm, there is a real concern among Australia’s law-abiding firearm users that we are collectively about to get dragged through the mud once again through no fault of our own. We at Shooters Union, as one of the country’s pre-eminent peak bodies for law-abiding shooters, ...

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More Shooters join the Union that fights for them

MORE and more shooters across Australia are signing up to Shooters Union, which has established itself as one of the pre-eminent peak bodies representing the interests of lawful firearms users across Australia. New memberships are up more than 20 per cent year on year as more lawful firearms users from across the country lend their support to the pro-shooting organisation ...

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Channel 9 Code of Practice Complaint

We refer to a Nine News broadcast on May 24, 2019, as seen from 6pm on Channel Nine in Brisbane and elsewhere in Australia, regarding a dispute over the legality of a (presently legal, pending QCAT proceedings) self-loading firearm in Queensland known as the Wedgetail WFA- 15-01. Multiple promotions for this segment on Nine News, both online and during the ...

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WA joins the ranks of ineffective firearm registries

ANOTHER damning state auditor-general’s report regarding the huge problems facing a state firearms registry has been handed down, with Western Australia in the firing line this time – and one of the country’s pre-eminent peak bodies says it’s further proof firearm registration doesn’t work. The Firearms Controls Audit, issued by WA auditor-general Caroline Spencer earlier this week, took aim at ...

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Is your vote funding Anti-Gunners?

Don’t let your vote pour $$ into the election fund of anti-gun political parties. Discover the hidden agenda’s of the major parties to take our guns – and take an unbiased look at who you could vote for instead. Remember if you care about your rights as a law abiding firearm owner, always put the Greens & the majors last

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Shooters Say funding complaints are off-target and un-Australian

Misleading reports from Gun Control Australia regarding government funding to the shooting sports are proof the fringe organisation has not only lost the plot but actually crossed over into extremist and un-Australian behaviour, according to one of the country’s leading peak shooting bodies. According to a widely-reported on statement from the uninformed anti-gun organisation Gun Control Australia, Australian governments have ...

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Ammo safety just as important as guns

Law-abiding shooters all know the importance of securely storing firearms to prevent unauthorised people getting access to them. It is not legal to leave a shotgun lying around a shed unattended, or leave a rifle leaning against the porch back home while you have a cuppa at the neighbours – but do you give the same thought to how to ...

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Your Vote Matters. Use it Wisely

With a Federal election called for May 18 we’ve had a lot of questions here at Shooters Union HQ about how firearms users can best vote to ensure their interests are represented in Commonwealth Parliament. Unlike a state election, where there are maybe a dozen parties running, there are considerably more at Federal level, ranging from the majors through to ...

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Congratulations to Shooters Fishers & Farmers Party

SHOOTERS Union would like to extend our congratulations to the Shooters, Fishers and Farmers Party (SFFP) on their outstanding results in the recent NSW elections. The party has won three seats – Barwon, Murry and Orange – in the Lower House, while in the Upper House Mark Banasiak joins sitting member Rob Borsak, giving the party two seats in the ...

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