Do you spend big $$$ on shooting each year?

Then protect it!  Do it by donating to the CFCV today.

Donations help us cover the costs of what we do, and fund election campaigns to keep you shooting.

If you’re a typical shooter, you’re already spending hundreds – if not thousands – of hard earned dollars each year going hunting, target shooting or gun collecting.

Yet those opposed to what we do, some in the media, anti-gun groups and some politicians continue to conjure up stories or new regulations to stop you doing what you love to do.

In the last couple of months alone, we’ve seen:

  • Derryn Hinch say whey he would ban the Adler;
  • the Tasmanian registry put out guidelines which would have had the effect of banning the types of rifles at the Rio Olympics;
  • the Herald Sun write a string of stories without seeking comment from shooting interests or declaring it’s own conflicts of interest; and

** Help us STOP this! **

Get behind Victoria’s major shooting organisations who have pulled together to pthrovide you with a voice.

You’ve seen how we tackle the big stories.
You’ve seen how we lobby and how we run election campaigns.
You’ve seen us score some great wins for shooters with $12.5m for range upgrades, the establishment of the Firearms Consultative Committee and helping pro-shooting candidates get elected.

If you’d like to see more of this, help us with a donation for
just a FRACTION of what you spend every year.
It’ll be one of the best investments you’ll be making to protect your sport.

We want to do a lot, lot more in the lead up to our next Victorian state election, but can’t do it alone.

Why not help us achieve more, for you and your fellow shooters?
Click here to see how to become a regular donor (including if you’re thinking about buying some beer and donuts tonight!)

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