Our FOI applications seeking information on how many illegally imported firearms Customs has seized has revealed some interesting information.
Jack Wegman explains a key part of our election strategy, to support candidates who will return their support for our regardless of party allegiance.
First of all, we’re in for a big year. It’s full of challenges we’d rather not have, but we’ve also got the ability and capacity to deal with them.
If things seem a bit quiet lately, it’s because we’ve been writing up a business plan for the next two years. It’ll take a while to complete but the main work has been done.
It’s obviously too early to draw conclusions from the recent Federal Election but one thing which is clear is the harmony in which our shooting industry pulled together for this election.
The CFCV has released voting advice to help guide as many shooters in certain electorates to help elect candidates who will or have helped the shooting sports.
If you would prefer to vote early, check out the early voting locations on the Australian Electoral Commission’s website.
Victoria Police continued with their strategy to try and bully the government into tightening your [gun] storage laws…
This Saturday will be our first shooting industry-wide forum.
During the week we exposed a massive preference deal the Liberal Party had negotiated with the Greens for the 2018 Victorian State Election.
You will probably be aware the Victoria Police issued transportation guidelines which copped our ire.
Your demands to Australian politicians that they listen to shooters concerns over the Adler – National Firearms Agreement issues have paid off…
In 1996, Australian shooters were subjected to confiscation of their guns on an unprecedented scale. Leading to the creation of Combined Firearms Council of Victoria…