Monthly Archives: December 2016

Queensland’s Commissioner of Police asks firearm owners to lobby for tighter gun laws

While the police have a legitimate interest in providing feedback to the government about how effective our laws are, it is certainly not appropriate for them to advocate policy.  This is especially the case when it comes to public forums, such as the media.

Imagine if an employee of your company hired publicly complained about the way your company conducted it’s business?  They’d be sacked in a flash. 

However for some reason this does not apply to our police.  Or, apparently, Queensland’s Chief Commissioner of Police. Read more »

Adler: What’s next?

As you will be aware, COAG has approved the reclassification of the Alder shotgun from A, to B for the five shot version, and D for those capable of carrying more than five shots.

That will put the 7 shot version in the same category as the AR-15, which is as ludicrous as it sounds. Read more »

Our lever-actions: Join the fight!

As we foreshadowed, the government came back for a third go at our lever-action shotguns and look like getting their way. Read more »

Tim Bull adds pressure on Nats to fight reclassification


The member for Gippsland East, Tim Bull, has joined Senator McKenzie in making his displeasure over the likely vote on the reclassification of the Adler lever-action shotgun at COAG this coming Friday. Read more »