America’s civilian gun inventory is currently estimated at over 400 million. It is a sure bet that Americans will never comply.
Note that none of them teach actual gun safety, they just deliberately conflate the word with what they really mean: Prohibition.
The national government of Australia has called for a shut down of gunshops and gunsmiths as non-essential. Australian states are implementing the policy.
Judge William Griesbach has sentenced Andy Huebschmann to two years in prison and a $15,000 fine for participation in an Australian gun-smuggling scheme.
The Australian states and territories have agreed to start a continual gun amnesty in 2020.
Police in the Australian state of Victoria are set to buy and fit 600 AR-15s for their patrol cars at a whopping $28,000 (US) per gun.
On 1 January 1915, two Muslim men heeded a call to Jihad and attacked a picnic train at Broken Hill Australia. They killed four and wounded seven.
Another mass murder by shooting in Australia. Australian gun control proponents can no longer claim their extreme gun laws stopped mass murder by shooting.
The Shooters Fishers and Farmers Party of New South Wales in Australia has gained three seats in the NSW Parliament. They look to introduce reforms of firearms law.
The Australian legislature passed new regulations which require destruction of 70 percent of firearms in the Lithgow Small Arms Factory Museum.
Australian police in the coastal city of Brighton, in Victoria, take down a man carrying a toy gun.
NRA is proud to have a relationship with SSAA that stretches back decades. In 1993, SSAA hosted NRA President Robert K. Corbin in order to learn NRA strategies…
Governments can always shut down productive activity more easily than it can be created. One of the restrictions is that only headshots are allowed while hunting kangaroos.
Under New South Wales law, and Australian law generally, firearms may *only* be used for the purpose the license to use them for is issued under.
The decision was a disaster for gun owners. It gave the New South Wales Police everything they asked for. Then, it gave them things they did not ask for.
Tasmanian win of the Liberal party in Australia may lead to reforms in Tasmania’s gun laws.
Liberal National Party (LNP) Queensland Legislative Assembly MP Anthony Perrett took a principled stand in favor of his constituents’ gun rights.
The Boston Globe recent ran an article where it acknowledged the obvious: the long term goal of the gun control movement, is to confiscate firearms.
Through the good offices of Dr. Jim Clary, I was recently most fortunate to receive a Caldwell Hunter’s Blind Bag from him in my mailbox.
The extreme form of gun control pushed onto the Australian electorate after the Port Arthur massacre in 1996 will not “work” in America.
The Australian nationwide gun amnesty is over. It lasted three months, was nationwide, and received a lot of attention, domestic and international.
This amnesty is completely different from the mandatory confiscation/turn-in that happened in 1996. In 1996 people were paid to turn in firearms.
David Dunstan, a farmer in Victoria, about 10 miles outside of Albury, found himself confronting a teen armed with a knife and a large club at 3 a.m.
When I came to Australia for the first time, I read up a lot on the weapons laws regarding the carry of knives, other weapons.
My friend, Curtis Eykamp, was showing me a bit of Australia. He wanted me to see a captured Turkish gun from WWI, in Manila, NSW.
Guns are basically 14th-century technology. A first world country, with access to the normal run of the mill hardware store power tools, can make guns easily.
When surveying various articles about firearms and firearms ownership in Australia, I have read that the numbers cannot be known.
The media fed the wave of emotion after the Port Arthur Massacre. John Howard and Rebecca Peters had the plan in place, waiting for a suitable trigger.
With the extreme restrictions put in Australian firearms law in 1996, those seeking firearms illegally have many avenues of obtaining them.
When I arrived in Australia, one of the first stories was about how the so called “sensible gun laws” were not so “sensible” for people in rural Australia.