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Adler – Gun control

I write to you concerned that important decisions being made on the topic of gun control (specifically the Adler) is being made on misinformation, media hysteria and non -factual comments made by the anti- gun lobby and media. I urge you to make decisions based upon facts. As a registered gun owner, It upsets me to be treated like a ...

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Government issues, listen to the people.

I’m writing to you in regards to the upcoming proposed changes you are planning on making to the NFA, I need you to realise, I will not beg, I will not plead, I will not grovel to you! No citizen should have to do that in the apparent free world that we live in! I want you to listen to ...

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Derryn Hinch- Would You Reconsider your Stance on Firearms?

Hello Derryn my name is Chris, I have worked on rural farms in Queensland and seen the hardship making a living off the land and supporting a family. Some farms claim to lose up to 10 to 15 % of there income from feral pests especially pigs. It’s very hard to control these pest as baits and trapping is expensive, ...

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NFA Review by RL Queensland

I understand the Police Ministers will meet in October to consider proposals relating to the National Firearms Agreement, in particular the categorisation of some firearms, storage requirements and magazine capacity. These proposals have been developed under a shroud of secrecy to avoid consultation with the shooting community. This is divisive and can only lead to bad policy outcomes. Good policy ...

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NFA Review by CM – Wide Bay

I am writing to you to request information in relation to the current review of the National Firearms Agreement (NFA) to be discussed at the October meeting of State & Territory Police Ministers. I had concerns earlier this year and so I met with the honourable Warren Truss in March of 2016 who reassured me there was definitely nothing to ...

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National Firearms Agreement by Ozzie Reviews

I am currently licensed to use Category (select: A B) firearms and I am a member of the Sporting Shooters Association of Australia (SSAA) and Shooter Union of Australia. I have been safely using firearms since I was 12 years old and I currently use firearms for sports/target shooting, recreational shooting and culling of feral animals. I understand that the ...

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National Firearms Agreement Review – by SG of Brisbane

Dear Members of Parliament I am a law abiding licensed firearms owner and user. I jump through Lord knows how many hoops continually to be able to maintain my licences and possession of firearms, which I use for lawful pursuits, including sport target shooting, recreational hunting, and also provision of Course in Firearms Safety QLD30989 I am very concerned at ...

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NFA Review by JK, Maryborough

I am a Sporting Shooter living in Maryborough Qld. I appeal for sensible decisions to be made by all involved in this review, so far it appears to be shrouded in secrecy with little involvement from Licensed shooters, Associations, Clubs, Licenced Firearm dealers and more importantly Manufacturers and related industries. I have been involved in target shooting since I was ...

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NFA Review Concerns by JP, Toowoomba

To whom it may concern. I would like to bring to your attention matters of concern for myself and others as law abiding licenced firearms owners. Over the past 12 months or more there has been an alarming disregard and shutout of key stakeholder groups by the police minister and labour government from any form of genuine consultation on reforms ...

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National Firearms Agreement by GB, QLD

I understand the Police Ministers will meet in October to consider proposals relating to the National Firearms Agreement, in particular the categorisation of some firearms, storage requirements and magazine capacity. These proposals have been developed under a shroud of secrecy to avoid consultation with the shooting community. This is divisive and can only lead to bad policy outcomes. Good policy ...

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