Nicholas Taylor has recently provided Pistol NZ a Legal Opinion on the interpretation of security requirements and its not inline with current police policy. The key-points Nicholas makes are: Conclusions/Summary in regards to security for pistols, restricted weapons and MSSA’s 1.) An engineer’s certificate in
Despite the ridiculously misleading headline, this is a sad story that should serve as a reminder to everybody.
We do not know the circumstances of Mr Lambert’s mental illness or how it went un-noticed by Police, but as responsible firearm owners we need to look out for each other. If you have a friend or family member who is suffering from a mental
FOUNZ also applaud the work of the New Zealand Police on their investigations which may have resulted in the recovery of the firearms stolen, but has at the very least, lead to charges being laid.
Now it’s time for the courts to do their part…. COLFO applaud the work of New Zealand Police and the resources afforded them which has resulted in the arrest of two men… Posted by COLFO on Thursday, 10 November 2016
So let us get this straight, 28 firearms, most or all of which are registered get stolen and apparently this is “evidence” that universal gun registration is necessary?
Despite the dramatic irony of the statement, Professor Kevin Clements apparently thinks so. He also thinks that B/C/E cat storage requirements are insufficient because it is still possible for them to be defeated. You don’t say? Of course like all the antis, ol’ Kev offers
Notes on paragraph 4: By calling MSSA’s ‘weapons’, he is showing a wedge CAN be driven between the diverse groups of firearms owners, and is playing straight into the hands of those who would ultimately like to see ALL firearms removed from civilian ownership in