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How this amnesty will differ and be more effective that the other 41 tax payer funded programs is anyone’s guess. Whoever comes up with this stuff has to expect utter and complete failure for what they are proposing.

With PETA making a lot of noise for our duck hunters over the past few weeks, it is only fair to air PETA's dirty laundry.

This groundswell has gained momentum world-wide with “the common people” emboldened to make their voices heard through minor parties like SFFP.

One Of The First True Feminists Was A Crack Shot

The police continue to arbitrarily adopt changes to the administration of the Arms Acts without consultation.

The QLD SFFP want to see a major change in the current attitude towards the management of firearms issues in Queensland.

Knowing the actual Federal Government statistics on legal firearms ownership in Australia is a powerful political tool.

“As my Upper House colleagues have demonstrated in the other place, I will obstruct, I will protest, and as you can probably already tell I will not hold any punches back if the people of Orange are getting a raw deal from this Government.”

Just when you thought our country's leaders couldn't be more out of touch. Animal Justice MP Mark Pearson yesterday suggested phasing out livestock is more important than stopping feral cats.

The feral cat programs are now hitting maturity with the Government allocating $5 million to various community groups on the front line of eradicating 2 million feral cats.

Advice from the Western Australian Police around the re-classification of lever action shotguns has provided no provision for compensation for currently legal shotguns that do not comply.

Shoot a very challenging medium-long-range match on small targets with timed snap serials.

On a property west of Scone, a wild dog that has eluded capture for six years all the while killing and maiming sheep was shot dead. The dog is believed to have killed over 500 sheep.

FEDERAL Nationals MP Mark Coulton has backed a Landcare plan to train work-for-the-dole participants in pest animal management in the state’s west.

The kangaroo cull will no longer need an annual licence and will be cemented as a regular annual event at Canberra's nature reserves under a new kangaroo management plan.