Tag Archives: Victorian state election

Poll: Tell us what you think this year’s state election means for the shooting sports


With the Victorian State Election looming, we’ve got a quick question on what shooters think the election means for them.

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Not sure what to expect at this year’s Victorian State Election? Just check your inbox

The future of shooting is, unfortunately, subject to what happens at state elections. 

Shooters have lost a lot over the past three decades.  We’ve lost our semi-automatics, face continual pressure over shooting ranges and hunting, and have more and more restrictions on what we can do. Read more »

Parliamentary briefing note – for new MPs

UntitledCurious to know what we tell politicians?  Sometimes we can’t – but click here to see a presentation we’re sending to MPs from the major parties for your info.

All we’ve taken out is the last page which is the contact information for our President and a couple of others – so the troublemakers don’t hassle them. Read more »

How anti-gun parties stole your vote

preferencesIf you voted “above the line” in the upper house at last year’s Victorian state election, chances are your vote went to an anti-gun party, like the Greens. We’re here to stop that from happening.

The number of small parties attracting a few hundred votes each, leaves a lot of small parcels of votes that can be vacuumed up.  Who gets those parcels of votes isn’t determined by voters, but people hired for that purpose. It’s called ‘preference harvesting’. Read more »

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