We found something the Herald Sun didn’t tell you when reporting on firearm issues

BlundenVictoria’s most widely circulated daily newspaper, the Herald Sun, recently ran an anti-gun tirade consisting of no less than seven articles and opinion pieces.

It was strange for a number of reasons:

  • It was ferocious;
  • None of the articles contained comment from anyone representing shooting interests;
  • It came after the government announced the Adler A-110 was safe;
  • It involved extending an invitation to the CFCV to have an opinion piece published – and then withdrew the invitation.  

Then we found a link to another organisation readers weren’t told about. Read more »

We want our 22 self-loaders back

22 semi autos

The CFCV has put out the following media release, which is the first on a series of topics we’ve decided to pursue, on behalf of shooters across the state Read more »

Herald Sun’s failure to comply with their Code of Conduct

Herald Sun - Code of Conduct

The Herald Sun recently published 7 articles and opinion pieces supporting Victoria Police’s lobbying on our storage laws and the anti-gun lobby’s calls to ban the Adler in the lead up to the 20th anniversary of Port Arthur.

Not one of these articles include comments or views from anyone in Victoria’s shooting community.  This, despite our repeated communications with their editorial staff to provide that balance. Read more »

A shooters guide to the 2016 Federal Election

eventbrite - hootsuiteThere’s less than 48 hours to go to a first – an open invitation to Victorian shooters to join one of two webinars on the upcoming 2016 Federal Election. 

Click here to join us on Sunday 1 May at 2pm. Read more »

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