Latest hunting news from Australia and around the globe.
21 Feb 2013
It appears as though the bureaucracy are taking things into their own hands, and trying to pre-empt the way the ammunition control laws should be operated. The SFP is calling on you to help stop them.
From 4 March it will become harder to buy a firearm and ammunition in NSW as a new ammunition control law comes into effect, forcing a new burden of bureaucracy on shooters and dealers.
19 Feb 2013
Factually incorrect and misleading statements made by the AWU do not do anything but cloud the true situation and real debate on the issue, the Game Council says.
The NSW Game Council says the GetUp! anti-hunting ad does nothing to further the debate on hunting in National Parks and can be added to the piles of misinformation that have characterised media attention on this issue.
18 Feb 2013
The Sun Herald may this week run an anti-hunting ad that makes blatantly false claims and shows a hunter aiming dangerously towards a family of bushwalkers.
15 Feb 2013
SA ducks season opener; Game Council boss on Hunting Podcast; no hunting on Sunday; Maltese hunting politics; die, alarm clock, die!
Fears that the security of firearm owners has been compromised by the NSW police are strengthened by an Auditor-General's report that found the state government cannot guarantee the security of sensitive personal information on its databases.
14 Feb 2013
Joshua Collard has added to Australia's medal tally at the 2013 Qatar Open by winning a bronze medal in the men's trap in Doha.
A petition calling on NSW to abolish its Firearms Registry has been started in the wake of revelations that police have been lax with the security of gun owners' data.
Darling Downs Rifle Club member Rob McMaster held his nerve to win a tight season-opening Prize Shoot at Crows Nest on Sunday.
Made exclusively for the Australian market, Colt’s new Government 1911 9mm semi-auto pistol will arrive in Australia in May.
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