Monthly Archives: December 2017

Opinion: A gun too many, in the eyes of some

You will be aware that Victoria Police (VicPol) has decided to interpret the Firearms Act in a way that means it is now asking shooters applying for their 11th Category B PTA for ‘more information’ on why they need that subsequent firearm.

This matter is being worked on by the CFCV in partnership with others, however one of our friends, lawyer Simon Munslow, has prepared this following article looking at it from his legal point of view.

We’d like to thank Simon for providing this article for our use. Read more »

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Openly hostile: Minister Neville’s attack on shooters

The Victorian Liberal Party has moved three amendments to the Firearms Amendment Bill which are likely to be voted this week, possibly as early as Tuesday.

Unfortunately Labor has taken this news badly, and fired off a terse media release which is aimed at the Liberals. 

What it may not appreciate is that it is also attacking the integrity and legitimate concerns of the shooting community. Read more »

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Imagine if we saw THIS on the front page of the Herald Sun

IMAGINE if we ever had a front page like this?
This image was something I made up on Photoshop today to show you what could happen if we let our politicians think they can get away with doing us damage.
… actually, it’s not a fake. It’s real … Read more »
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