Article written by: Carlo Di Falco Tasmanian Mercury May 6, 2016 12:01am
The Port Arthur tragedy is not now mentioned without referring to banning the Adler lever-action shotgun.
While no one denies what happened at Port Arthur was an unprecedented tragedy, Norway had a massacre in 2011 that claimed 77 lives and yet there was no gun buyback or tightening of their gun laws. There has not been a repeat despite citizens having access to the same types of firearms used by Anders Brievek and Martin Bryant.
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