Imagine if there was a dedicated fighting fund for the shooting sports?

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Imagine if the Victorian shooting industry set up a fighting fund you could donate to, to support better outcomes for the shooting sports? 

One which could help make 2016 a big year for the shooting sports.

The CFCV has been at the leading edge of a new fight for shooters across Victoria since 2002.

In May this year, we expanded our fight for your rights with a new and aggressive approach to make more shooters aware of what they can do to help.

Get read for a busy year

This will continue in 2016.  It’ll start with an industry wide shooting forum – the first of it’s kind in Australia – to be held in February.

In April, we will have a continuation of the Adler fight when it goes back to the police minister’s conference.  The antis will use the fact this will coincide with the 20th anniversary of the Port Arthur shooting to push again for more restrictions.  However we’ll be there, to make sure our politicians understand why reclassifying our lever actions to more restricted categories is a bad idea.

That’ll be followed by a federal election in the second half of 2016, where we want to kick some MPs who want to stop you shooting, out, and help those who will support shooting, in.  We’ve done it before, and we’ll do it again.

We’re in for a busy year, and ready for the challenge.

All shooters can help

th Help us score some big wins for the shooting sports by donating to the fund set up by Victoria’s shooting industry – for just $5 a month.

If you’ve got shooting friends who are also frustrated about what is happening, let them know about our email list.  This will make sure they stay up to date on what’s affecting their sport – and what they can do about it.

Help us make 2016 the year we had some big wins!

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