Category Archives: New South Wales Government

NSWPol restricts gun storage for wheelchair shooters

This is NSW Police’s new approach on firearm storage by those with ‘limited mobility’ and home carers: MEMO TO NSW POLICE:Please understand what discrimination is ONE OF THE GREAT THINGS about shooting is equality. Men, women, old, young, able-bodied and the disabled can compete on a level playing field – and without questioning ability. However, […]

NSW gun registry problems concern voters in Police Minister’s electorate

NSC letterbox drops the electorate of Baulkham Hills

The NSC is known for being creative in finding new and better ways to represent shooters. Our latest effort has been doing a pro-shooting mailout across the Police Minister’s electorate because of problems with the NSW gun registry. The great news is that this went better than expected. Letterbox drop in Police Minister’s electorate IN […]

NSC targets NSW Police Minister’s electorate

In this article: The NSC sends flyers to 26,000 households in the Baulkham Hills (NSW) area to highlight the problems with the firearms registry that their local MP is ultimately responsible for overseeing This is the first distribution of flyers which will be used in the lead up to state, territory and federal elections. THE […]

NSW Police set new low for licence cancellation

THE NSW POLICE have set a new low by cancelling the licence of a shooter who did nothing more than show his licence at a store in the state’s north.  This abuse of power by a registry is the worst that we have ever published – and shows why shooters need a strong NSC. In […]

Why our lawmakers want appearance laws

– which they base on ‘could’, ‘may’, ‘potential’ and ‘assumption’ The NSC wrote to eight jurisdictional regulators about the policy rationale underpinning our appearance laws and has received seven responses back.     Of those seven: Two jurisdictions offered explanations of why they have the laws; One jurisdiction showed it doesn’t even understand what its own laws […]

REGISTRY SPIES: Qld snoops while NSW dupes

The Queensland registry is lobbying the Queensland Government to access to the Commonwealth’s MyHealth Records system to use the information it holds against shooters. Meanwhile, the New South Wales registry is duping our veterens into providing medical information in exchange for free firearm licences. Our advice is that: If you live in Queensland and suspect […]

NSWPol’s new bolt action ban

NSW Police have done it again – they are moving to ban another straight-pull bolt action shotgun, in what is going to lead to another legal fight by the NSC. LESS THAN A MONTH after giving the Berika straight-pull shotgun the green light, NSW Police have advised the importer of the almost identical Predator straight-pull shotgun […]

NSW reclassification update – Adler and Berika

KEY POINTS: The Adler B230T is not going to be reclassified in NSW However, a variant of the Berika straight-pull shotgun has been reclassified to category D: other versions will remain category A The NSC remains the only organisation that will take legal action if we can find an applicant seeking to purchase that variant. […]

Media release – NSW firearms registry targets border clubs

The following is a media release the NSC has just put out on the NSW registries decision to force border clubs to cut ties with interstate shooting associations: The NSW firearms registry has advised gun clubs near the state’s borders that they will need to cut formal ties with interstate shooting associations if they wish […]