The person pictured on the altered/forged Firearms Licence recently purchased a pistol, magazines and several hundred rounds of .38 calibre ammunition from a licensed Whanganui collector. He purchased the pistol using cash ($850) and showed a licence with his photo inserted in the name of
I started writing this before this latest hunting accident. Unfortunately I didn’t get it done until now. Let’s hope that this one will be the last this year.
Although the number of hunting accidents are actually low in this country each one represents a basic safety violation which, I think we all agree, is never acceptable. Over and over we hear “identify your target”, which is a cardinal rule. The thing is
How many of you will be hunting on public land over the next few weeks? What precautions will you be taking to avoid being shot. If only we all understood the fundamental rule…Identify your target http://www.nzherald.co.nz/hawkes-bay-today/news/article.cfm?c_id=1503462&objectid=11614549